Jan 07


Pebble has announced the launch of the Pebble Steel. The Pebble Steel is a steel version of the populair smart watch and comes with a brushed stainless steel band, a matte black steel band, or a black leather band. The Pebble Steel is covered with the scratch resistant Gorilla Glass and is water proof, the smart watch lasts for up to a week on a single charge. » Pebble Steel: Next-generation Pebble Smart Watch

Jan 10

Liquipel has introduced an upgraded version of their watersafe nanocoating “Liquipel 2.0” on CES 2013, which it says is up to 100 times more effective as Liquipel 1.0. Liquipel protects electronic devices from water damage by adding a vapor-applied water resistant coating that does not compromise the performance of the device and is able to achieve a water resistance rating of IPX7, which means the device can be submerged in a meter of water for 30 minutes. » CES 2013: Watersafe Nanocoating by Liquipel To Waterproofing Devices

Jan 10

Pebble, the kickstarter project that raised over $10 million has just announced on CES 2013 that the device will begin shipping to Kickstarter backers on January 23. Becasue there are a total of 85,000 backers, it will take 6-8 weeks before the watch will be available for general sale. If you are unfamiliar with the Pebble watch, check out the hands-on videos after the break to see what this iOS and Android compatible watch can do. » CES 2013: Pebble Smart Watch to Begin Shipping January 23 For $150

Jan 02

CES 2013 will begin on January 8 and last until January 11 and it promises to be very television-centric this year. Intel will be be launching a set top box and cable TV service and Samsung will unveil a new TV “that is unlike anything the world has ever seen“. On Samsung’s blog there is a picture of a portrait-shaped TV that is taller than it is wide and looks like it may be transparant. “A true innovation of TV design is coming up with an unprecedented new TV shape and timeless gallery design“. » Samsung Teases New TV With ‘Unprecedented’ Shape and Design

Jan 10

ion-itype-iphone-toetsenbordION has developed a full size keyboard holder for the iPhone. The accessory works on batteries and is therefor easy to take with you. You can type pieces of text on your iPhone as you normally do on your laptop. The ION iType will be available on the market in the second quarter of this year.

» ION Developed iType: A Full Size iPhone Keyboard [CES]

Jan 08

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created a gadget which streams live TV on the iPhone or iPod Touch. But when you are watching tv shows on your iPhone it will lose lots of battery power fast, they solved that by worked together with Mophie by creating a juice pack with a build in antenna. » Juice Pack™ TV: TV On The iPhone

Jan 08

tv hat 1This must be the weirdest iPhone gadget i have ever seen so far. It’s a TV Hat. Other then looking stupid this gadget allows you to watch movies without your neighbour knowing what you are watching. » TV Hat: Weirdest iPhone Gadget Ever! [CES]

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