Tag Archives: Gadgets

10 Must-Have Gadgets and Gear to Thrive in Your Home Office

Designed with small business owners and entrepreneurs in mind, Canon MAXIFY printers feature advanced inkjet technology to keep your business running smoothly. No matter the demand, the extensive line of small office business printers provides high-quality, cost-effective document printing, suitable for a wide range of professional needs. Please tune into Canon’s Facebook Live event on Tuesday, Nov. 14 for expert advice from ... Read More »

5 gadgets and apps to jazz up your Diwali party

From cocktail makers to pancake printing machines, these offbeat home appliances will jazz up your parties… Mix it up : Throwing a house party? You don’t need to be an ace mixologist to treat your guests to heady cocktails. Barsys is here to help. This handy gadget is your resident bartender and whips up bar-style cocktails. It comes with an iOSand Android app that tells you ... Read More »

US bans gadgets on flights from 10 nations

WASHINGTON: The Trump administration has banned laptops, iPads, cameras and other electronic goods larger than a cell phone in carry-on (cabin) baggage for flights to the US originating from 10 Gulf/West Asia/North Africa airports. The ban is temporary, and all said items can be checked in the baggage that goes into the cargo hold. The ban will not apply to return flights ... Read More »

Lenovo lines up new software and gadgets at Tech World Summit

The Chinese company unveiled AI-focused technology and gadgets at the show Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the glitzy, sometimes mysterious, aura around what the technology promises entices everybody, right from the tech bigwigs to scribes jostling for the latest byte or scoop about it. A recent example being Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg siding with the technology, saying it promises a lot, ... Read More »

Gadgets: Easy-to-use devices analyze, watch, and retouch

The pocket-sized (4.0-by-2.0-by-0.6-inches) Alcomate Revo is a great device for accurately reading an individual’s blood-alcohol level. Since I have no experience with using portable breathalyzers, I did some research and found that often pocket breathalyzers must be sent back to manufacturers for calibration to keep them accurate. That’s not the case with the Revo because it features a pre-calibrated sensor, ... Read More »

Top 12 weirdest, craziest and wackiest tech gadgets of 2017

From virtual reality shoes to smart hair brushes, find the perfect tech gadget which complements your weird, crazy and wacky self. Get your life in gear or throw yourself out, using these 12 top, high tech, and totally insane gadgets. Hushme: Does your friend keep talking on the phone continuously while trying to work? This mask resembles the Bane mask ... Read More »

15 Bathroom Gadgets That Are a Waste of Your Money

Targeted consumer marketing can get the best of us, despite our hard-fought efforts to resist the temptation. Whether it be extraneous household gadgets or expensive pet supplies, they’re all out to attack our wallets with a vengeance and test our frugal resolve. Bathroom gadgets are no exception. There are countless useless bathroom products designed to take our money and crowd our counters. Some gadgets — such as ... Read More »

Quiz on gadgets and devices

On July 1, 1979, Sony first marketed the Walkman, which sold over 385 million units over the next couple of decades and changed the personal electronics industry. This quiz is on the most famous gadgets and devices in modern history. Gadgets galore 1 Which legendary product, first manufactured in 1933, but really gaining popularity with US servicemen during the World ... Read More »

Beware! These Are the 5 Most Dangerous Gadgets in Your Kitchen (One Just Caused a Death)

Everyone knows the kitchen isn’t exactly a safe space. Boiling liquids, hot pans, and sharp knives are everywhere you turn. There’s the food processor and the blender, with their ultra-sharp whirring blades (make sure you unplug the appliance before reaching in with bare hands). The meat grinder can pulverize chunks of meat into a fine pulp; just imagine what it ... Read More »

Older people trust smart gadgets less than kids, survey says

The older you are, the less likely you are to trust technology — particularly smart home gadgets in our personal living spaces, according to a new study from an organization called SafeHome. That might not seem like the most shocking finding, but the data in the survey offers a fascinating glimpse into how different generations balance the convenience of today’s gadgets ... Read More »