Smartphone Charging Wallet provides juice as and when required

The modern day road warrior has plenty of things to think about – considering the number of gadgets and gizmos that they carry around, one would also need to prepare the range of chargers on one’s travels. Forget one charger and you might be in trouble, especially if you are in a country or location … Read more

Topcor Tech Wallet – puts all of your essentials in one spot

There are so many gadgets and gizmos that we carry around during the day and it seems like there are only going to be more of them. You want your MP3 player, phone, tablet, laptop, headphones, backup battery, extra cables, and a few different flashlight options for those ‘just in case’ times. OK, I’m exaggerating, … Read more

Keyport Slide gets an upgrade with version 2.0


A few years ago, we introduced you to the Keyport Slide. This was an interesting new take on the keychain. Rather than having a bunch of bulky keys in your pocket, this offered a way to cut down on the bulk, and put them all into one smaller package. What you were left with was a gadget about the size of a pack of Tic-Tacs that held up to 6 of your keys. Well, the Keyport is back, and better than ever.

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The Chillsner – Coolest BEER Gadget

I think everyone but me is looking forward to summer. I mean, I’d like summer if all I had to do was relax poolside and swill a few beers… but even that’s not as much fun as it could be, with a sweaty little beer bottle warming itself in the sun. Beer has gotta be … Read more

Smallest flying robot in the world

Do you think that robots are cool? If you think so, then you would be pleased to hear that scientists in the US have managed to come up with a robot that is as small as the size of a fly, where it is capable of performing the agile manoeuvres of the ubiquitous insects. Known as the “robo-fly”, it is built from carbon fibre, tips the scales at a fraction of a gram, and boasts of super-fast electronic “muscles” to power its wings. According to the robot’s developers from Harvard University, these small robots do resemble the real thing, and could eventually be used as an accessory when it comes to rescue operations. Definitely useful in the event of an earthquake, where it can navigate through tiny spaces in collapsed buildings to search for survivors.

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