There’s a smartwatch on the wrist of at least one GadgetGuy staffer daily, and that’s proof that we like them, but so far, we’ve only been able to play with rectangular or square watches, and we’d like that to change. Fortunately, Moto’s 360 is ready.
We all have external drives for our data, and we all have cables, but an entry in WD’s “My Passport” seeks to cut the cord and make external data wireless once and for all.
Deodorant is one of those things not everyone knows they need, and some just plain well don’t want to, but if you’re having trouble using a spray, a gel, a roll on, or the white crumbly stick, there’s an electric solution on the way
Blue LEDs may well be one of the more annoying things to look at in gadgets, but Philips has come up with a new use for the technology, finding a way to improve the health of skin for people with psoriasis.
Going on holiday often means looking for a way of staying connected, and if your hotel has it, great, but what if it doesn’t? HP owners look like they won’t have to worry about this problem moving forward, though, thanks to a new deal happening.
Like 4K video, high resolution audio is in a bit of a sore place, with few places to find it, and much of the availability locked out thanks to international restrictions, but if you have enough money, you can find a whopper of a pack.
If there’s one company that tends to do well in the field of noise cancellation, it’s Bose. We’ve seen its headphones used by so many on overseas trips, and now we’re about to see a new model on the heads of people who love sound, with the highly portable QC25i.
Even though Apple first introduced Thunderbolt 2 nearly a year ago, we haven’t seen much supporting it in the way of peripherals, outside of a hard drive here and there. That isn’t going to stop Belkin, though, updating its desktop Thunderbolt dock for people who need support for the new version.
Earlier in the year, Telstra announced plans to make one of the world’s biggest WiFi networks, making it possible to get WiFi where ever you go at a small cost, and it looks to start up shortly ahead of the expected 2015 roll-out.
An update to the Bose earphone line-up is on the way, bringing the price point for Bose in-earphones down to a little over $100, putting better quality earphones within reach of more people, primarily those who value high quality sound, but don’t want to spend more than $200 to get it.