TechHive TechWatch: Amazon Coins, 3D Phones, Flying Cars
May 16, 2013 2:25 PM -
Airdog uses a GoPro or Sony action cam and follows its users in action sports.
We got to poke our head inside Digital Storm's prototype Aventum 3 and were shocked at what we found inside. This big bad Aventum 3's case is pre-wired for power and custom liquid cooling. In fact, it has so many fans, it's custom fan controller has its own fan to keep it cool.
Why would you want a mechanical keyboard in a laptop? Because standard laptop keyboards suck and this real Cherry MX keyboard from SteelSeries is simply awesome.
The Onelink series includes everything from smoke detectors that talk to a Wi-Fi safe you unlock with your smartphone, so why is none of it integrated?
The appliance company now lets you control your smart range with voice commands on the go.
Can a pint-sized NUC PC run what it used to take a dual processor, Core 2 Extreme system with 8 cores to do? Yes, except the NUC actually does it better.
Samsung is betting big on the Internet of Things. CEO BK Yoon says all Samsung products will be Internet-connected within the next five years.
Most dash cams just record stuff, but the X500 also watches the road and alerts you if you stray from your lane or get too close to cars ahead of you. Not bad for a $250 product.