Samsung fans will be pleased to read that AnTuTu just posted an image on their Weibo account depicting the alleged specs of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S7. The next Galaxy smartphone packs lots of features under the hood: Exynos 8890 processor, 5.1 inch screen with a resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels, 12 MP main camera and 5 MP secondary camera. It also packs 4GB of RAM and 64 GB of space. AnTuTu warns its readers that the smartphone is still in the testing phase, so they can't release additional details.
This one goes directly to my crazy cool gadgets category. A team of folks decided that they could boost your bathroom experience, so they've created the perfect gadget that combines a bluetooth speaker and a toilet paper roll. In other words, with this gadget you can convert your ordinary bathroom into a DJ station. The AFT iCarta uses wireless streaming, which means that you can connect your smartphone to it via Bluetooth. The 4 x AA batteries will power the device for up to 20 hours. It's compatible with iPhone, iPod or Android smartphone.
This project is named O.R.B. and it was awarded at CES 2010 as the best item in the wireless accessories category. From the design perspective, ORB can be used as an ear ring or a simple ring, it looks pretty futuristic and glossy. From the functionality perspective, O.R.B. connects to your smartphone and reacts with vibration or sound to new calls, messages and reminders. It had a small bluish screen that displays alerts when the wearer receives an email or messages, a call, or when it's time for an important meeting in the day's agenda. It even unfolds and becomes a twisting Bluetooth headset, as seen in the first image. (more…)
I am not even sure how to describe this gadget, because it's not really a full sized fridge. In fact, it is so small that only a single 12 ounce can of juice. It may not seem like much, but it will look great on any bureau.
OUYA is the first console that will run Android 4.0 to be released around June 2013 at a price of only $99. This console is the definitive statement that dreams come true, because it was first presented in July 2012 by the well known platform, Kickstarter, and one year later it will be available in stores. (more…)