OnHub Google Router If you have ever been frustrated with your home network, rebooting devices, pulling cables and remembering cryptic passwords and controls, then this is for you. Google has just taken another step inside the home space with this brilliant networking device. OnHub makes the most of your existing internet service by using smart […]
Meet Graava, the video camera that edits itself. We first came across this post on Mashable today introducing a self-editing video camera that uses AI to capture and save those important moments in film. See: Meet Nest Cam by Google
Manage Google Analytics Properties When you need to remove a view or a property or web site from your Google analytics account, follow these steps below: Note: As Google constantly improves analytics there are minor changes to where they put certain buttons, including the Move to Trash button To remove a property from your account:
Nest Cam Meet Nest Cam. The latest in the Smart Home products launched from Google. Check out some of the features on this amazing home camera: secure 1080p HD video streaming, advanced Night Vision 130° wide-angle view and can zoom sends an alert to your phone if it sees something advanced algorithms using depth sensing and […]
Starting April 21, 2015, Google announced in this post that users on mobile devices should get more mobile friendly web pages served to them. What does that mean? More mobile friendly web pages will display in your search results when searching Google on your smartphone.
Update to Google Smartwatch Today Google announced some very impressive updates to Andriod running the smartwatch. ALSO SEE: Microsoft HoloLens
Introducing the Amazon Echo Amazon Echo is a voice command device from Amazon with functions including question answering and playing music. The device consists of a 9-inch (23 cm) tall cylinder speaker with a seven microphone sensor array, speakers that include a woofer/tweeter and a remote control.
Holographic Computing is Here Microsoft announced a major product during it’s Windows 10 launch this week called the HoloLens. According to Microsoft it is, Microsoft HoloLens puts you at the center of a world that blends holograms with reality. With the ability to design and shape holograms, you’ll have a new medium to express your creativity, […]
Along with the Internet of Things (IoT) comes more connection to our surroundings and things that matter. As more smart technology becomes available and as more accepting we become to using that technology, we see really amazing ideas that help keep us connected with those things most important. Like the cell phone and text messaging […]
The Company StoreDot is a nanotechnology company with a ground-breaking technology, based on its discovery of new generation, self-assembled nanodots of biological origin. The company is claiming that this new technology allows cell phone batteries to be recharged in 30 seconds.
What is the Grid This is not another do-it-yourself website builder. The Grid harnesses the power of artificial intelligence to take everything you throw at it – videos, images, text, urls and more – and automatically shape them into a custom website unique to you. As your needs grow, it evolves with you, effortlessly adapting […]
Introducing the SoloShot SOLOSHOT automatically rotates your camera to keep it pointed at you, from a distance, with NO camera operation. Set up your SOLOSHOT tripod, attach your camera, and film all your outdoor exploits. SOLOSHOT works by keeping your camera pointed at an armband you wear while you are having fun.
Google Chromebook Google is giving away 1 TB of storage for two years with every purchase of a Chromebook. Basically the same price as the Chromebook itself. I haven’t used the Chromebook yet, if I was to go that route, it would probably end up as an extension of my smartphone (currently Galaxy S3). The […]
If THIS then THAT This is a very cool application that I found recently which is a simple IF THEN statement called, IFTT. It’s like artificial intelligence to alert you on conditions that you determine in a very simple interface called recipes.
Its been a slow climb for the latest operating system from Microsoft to gain any traction. Windows 8 was first launched in December of 2012 and has seen a very slow acceptance rate since then. The updated interface and gestures have not been overwhelmingly accepted which prompted us to write about how to disable gestures […]
I had a try of Google’s Cardboard today and was impressed, and scared about how it felt. Cool that it is made out of cardboard so they can ship it to you for about $25.00. Two eye pieces inside give you the realistic view. Simple velco on top to hold together most phones that are […]