Tinkermite hopes to teach toddlers about the parts that make up a tablet.

Sweet Kickstarter projects seem to abound lately. One of my new favorites: The Tinker Tablet. An innovative children’s wooden toy tablet that teaches young kids about technology. Designed to inspire creative kids ages 3 and up. The Tinker Tablet from Tinkermite comes with Camera, Wi-Fi, CPU, Memory and Battery ‘modules’. Each of these little wooden [...]


The 5 Must-Have Gadgets For College

You need to pack a ton of stuff for college. Here’s 5 things you must have to help get you started. 1. A Light, Fast, and Beautiful Computer The 13″ MacBook Air is the best computer I’ve ever owned, and mine isn’t even the latest generation. It weighs less than 3 pounds (about the same [...]


Should you back App.net?

So, you can join a new real-time social service, like Twitter, for $50 a year. The account gives you access to a social stream that will never try to sell advertisements against you. I have 3 Thoughts: Value Caleb Hicks had a great post over on GeekDaily about supporting App.net: So why am I not [...]


SkyCube: Your Personal Satellite

Did you ever want to be an astronaut to send messages down to Earth? Now’s your chance. The SkyCube project on Kickstarter promises to do just that: send a 10x10x10 cm cube satellite in space to not only take pictures from space (that you can receive on an iPhone) but also to send messages, as [...]


Coming Soon: Sensors That Allow You To Measure Anything

A team of three amazingly smart geeks (and I mean that in the highest sense of the word) have teamed up to create a multi-sensor device that interfaces with your Android and iPhone. It’s called the Sensordrone. What’s that mean in english? You can measure temperature, humidity and a host of other things on your [...]


Add Permanent Space to your MacBook Air – In a “Nifty” Way (by @TrevMcKendrick)

I bought the 13″ MacBook Air a year ago and it’s the fastest computer I’ve ever owned. If you’re like me and have a MacBook Air from the past year or two you probably love everything about it except one thing: the size of the hard drive. I opted for 128 GB, the stock model size. [...]


The Industrial iPhone Bumper With Built In Stand

I love to peruse the Kickstarter projects for sweet new designs. This is the first time I’ve found a pre-announced Kickstarter project: The Idostand. I love the industrial glass and metal of the iPhone. I don’t like to cover it up with anything but an Invisible Shield. In some situations, I have a bumper for [...]


Day Maker Turns Your iPhone Into a Pop-Tart to Wake You Up

Kickstarter is always a fun place to find cool projects. Even if they may not get funded, it is a great place to find cool ideas by interesting people. The Day Maker is an alarm clock with one goal – make waking up a little bit more fun. I have been reading a lot lately [...]


I Gave My Mom This Ladies iPod Nano Watchband As An Early Mother’s Day Gift

Mothers day is fast approaching and I needed a present for my mom. I had considered a number of gifts, mostly typical presents: flowers, candy, jewelry, one of those coupons for favors (like setting up her surround sound system, because I was going to do it anyway). Then I was inspired. My mom had one [...]

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The World’s Most Persistent Alarm Clock

Despite the use of cellphones and other tech gadgets as alarm clocks these days, New Jersey engineer Paul Summut has created the ultimate alarm clock that can wake even a hibernating bear from his cozy winter slumber. The Nixie Ramos alarm clock was designed to be durable and resistant, as well as look appealing. The [...]

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