Capsules Made to Survive Upcoming Tsunamis

Posted November 17, 2014 by Jack

A Japanese company has come out with a tennis ball like capsule that floats, to prepare for upcoming tsunamis and earthquakes. The company Cosmo has come up with a little capsule called “Noah.” Noah is a fiberglass made shelter that can float and could of saved many lives from the last tsunami. Noah can hold […]

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Flexible Battery Will Help Improve Technology

Posted October 27, 2014 by Jack

We are well into 2012 and we should by not have a flexible phone. After all, flexible AMOLEDs have been demonstrated before in the past, so a flexible smartphone isn’t exactly a stretch of the imagination. Now with the new developed flexible batteries, it is getting really close to success.

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Waterproof NUU Splash Bluetooth Speakers

Posted October 12, 2014 by Jack

A lot of people will wonder, who would ever need a waterproof speaker? Well there are a lot of people who would want them, people who spend all day near the pool or just near body of waters. A lifeguard could be using it during his leisure time and its great because it’s waterproof. The […]

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Samsung SIII

Posted September 22, 2014 by Jack

The Developer Edition will be different from the standard issue Galaxy S3 from Verizon, as it will not be made available on-contract with subsidies, so you will need to go through Samsung and fork out the full price of $600 a pop. Definitely a huge amount of money in these economically challenging times, but it […]

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Best Tech Gadget Gifts for 2013

Posted September 14, 2014 by Dustin

With the ho-ho-holidays just around the corner, gift-giving season is already upon us.  If you missed out on the Cyber Monday deals last month, don’t worry—there are still plenty of great tech gadget gifts out there that won’t break your budget. Get Your Geek On for Christmas 2013 Here’s a list of some of the […]

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