Category Archives: Personal Technology

Free Your Ears—AfterShokz Bone Conduction Bluetooth Headphones

Straight From NYC’s CE Week, 2015

If you’ve ever owned a pair of headphones (which includes pretty much everyone these days) then you’ve probably experienced a moment where you wished you could both listen to music and clearly hear what is going on around you. Heck, you might even just dislike having things in your ears, in general.

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Learn How to Meditate With Muse: The Brain Sensing Headband

Straight From NYC’s CE Week, 2015

What are you thinking about right now? Are you entirely focused on these words, or is your brain drifting around them, distracted by dinner or tomorrow’s meeting or your next bill? Psychology researchers at Harvard say that the average person spends 46.9% of the day thinking about something other than what they are doing. When I first heard that I thought, “Eh, who cares?”

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Seek Thermal: An Infrared Camera For Your Smartphone

Straight From NYC’s CE Week, 2015

Let’s get straight to it: there is a thermal imaging camera at Home Depot that you can plug in to your phone. I thought that the camera lens attachments offered by olloclip (link to olloclip post) were amazing, but the Seek Thermal Camera is on a different wavelength.

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Beyond the 4K TV: 8 Mind-Blowing Inventions From NYC’s CE Week, 2015

Last week I took a trip down to New York City for CE Week, a consumer electronics show that I like to go to for their TV shootout. It’s always good to see how the latest in 4K technologies compare to one another or to an OLED TV. This year it wasn’t a 4K TV that caught my eye, though—it was the gadgets.

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Ōlloclip: A Pro Photo Lens for your iPhone (and Samsung Galaxy 5)

Straight From NYC’s CE Week, 2015

These days everyone fancies themselves to be an amateur photographer. It’s no wonder as everyone that has an iPhone in their pocket has instant access to a pretty impressive camera. In a short amount of time smartphones have made the mobile phone a contender for the “best mobile camera” award.

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