Going to work is expensive. You have to pay for accommodations near your place of employment which sometimes means uprooting your life, paying for gas or public transportation, and worst of all, lunch. It’s only one meal, but it can rack up a hefty sum at an alarming rate if you’re not careful. While making food at home isn’t too much cheaper (depending on what restaurants you eat at), it can save you quite a bit if you’re making enough for a few meals.
Have you ever been overwhelmed with so many things to do that you immediately become tired? If you have the willpower to only sleep 20-40 minutes, it can be a very helpful way to refresh your brain. Of course, the hard part is laying down and forcing yourself to do your work after that amount of time rather than continuing to sleep.
The Singing Machine company certainly lives up to its namesake, having rolled out different kinds of karaoke machines in the past, with the Singing Machine iSM990BT being one of the more recent releases. Having said that, here we are with their latest model that is called the Singing Machine SML385 which ought to be able to spruce up just about any party and make it a whole lot more fun. After all, when you have some drunk guests take over the microphone, that is when they bare (and sing) their heart out – and you will be able to see the “real” them without any pretenses.
If you enjoy eating bread and butter that is a genuine dairy product (none of that ICan’tBelieveIt’sNotFood stuff), then you know that there is a bit of process involved in combining the two. Your toast must either be hot enough for the cold butter to melt, or the butter must be at room temperature to be able to spread. Seeing that you don’t want a melted pile of butter sitting in a bowl on the counter, the best place to keep it is in the fridge. However, if you don’t time things correctly, you can’t immediately get out your butter and put it on bread.
Samsung has already seen some smartwatches released in the past, but those have not really set the world alight, turning them into “must have” devices. However, this does not mean that one ought to simply give up just like that, and for a company of Samsung’s size, surely they have more than a one track mind where their products are concerned. This time around, we have seen LG reveal their upcoming LG G Watch R that will be officially announced at IFA 2014 in Berlin, and being LG’s bitter rivals on the consumer electronics front, here would be the Samsung Gear S that sports an elegant and aesthetically pleasing design.
The smartwatch industry certainly looks as though it is about to take off in a huge way, especially when you take into consideration how all the major players in the mobile device market are starting to look into the possibility of churning out a range of such devices. South Korean company LG has just revealed their latest masterpiece, which is known as the LG G Watch R, and this bad boy looks all set to make an appearance at IFA 2014 that is happening in Berlin, Germany, early next month. What has LG done to make the LG G Watch R more unique than anything else in the market would be the fact that this is the first watch-style wearable device in the world that sports a circular Plastic OLED (P-OLED) display, which means it will make full use of its watch face. Now that is something that the rest of the smartwatches in the market are unable to lay claim to.
The whole idea of pico projectors never really took off, simply because there really wasn’t any real market niche for it to fill up. Apart from that, battery life proved to be an issue, and so were brightness levels which were not up to par for a boardroom sized presentation. Having said that, there are still pico projectors in the marketplace, with new models being released from time to time, although those happen to be rather rare and few in between. Heck, even a company like Samsung has come up with a smartphone that has a built-in projector before, and so did India’s Spice with their Popcorn Projector M-9000 Phone. Having said that, how about a projection clock instead? This is where the Kickstarter project known as Clockety comes in, where it touts being the first smartphone projection clock in the whole world.
I am quite sure that we have read enough stories about crime around the neighborhood in the local paper each day, not to mention we probably know someone, or happen to have been a victim before, of such a burglary in the past. Having said that, a fair number of homes still rely on the old school lock and key system, and while it might have worked a couple of hundred years ago, it is not going to be all that effective in this day and age where a little bit of technical skill would allow someone to waltz into your home given enough time, to take all of your treasured possessions in the blink of an eye. Well, Yale, a trusted name in home security for years, intends to slow down and deter thieves from entering your abode with their new range of keyless smart locks that cannot be picked.