In the age of the mobile evolution, everything seems to be getting more nimble and lean and the printer is no exception. Zuta Labs, an Israel-based company led by a group of geekers, launched their mini mobile robotic printer recently.
“Finally! Mobile printing is really here! A printer that goes where you go & prints from your phone on any size page!
The days of trying to decipher a map on your smartphone will soon come to an end because a new product, ‘Satnav’ footwear is going to tell you the route.
Two Indian engineers, 30-year-old Krispian Lawrence and his 28-year-old partner Anirudh Sharma, have invented the shoes. Different from those GPS-based shoes before, ‘Satnav’ is linked to your smartphone via Bluetooth and will emit a discreet vibration in either foot telling ...
StoreDot, an Israel-based startup, unveiled its new technology battery prototype at Microsoft’s Think Next Conference in Tel Aviv. The company demonstrated their new technology on a Samsung Galaxy 4S battery to show how it charged the phone battery to a 100% in 30 seconds.
StoreDot was born out of the nanotechnology department of Tel Aviv University and originally focused on memory chips made of nano-crystals.
It’s that time of year, where Google pulls out quirky yet addictive ‘pranks’ from its sleeve. This year, they kicked of April Fool’s day with a Pokemon game for its employees.
“Dozens of wild Pokémon have taken up residence on streets, amidst forests and atop mountains throughout Google Maps. To find and catch ‘em all, you’ll need to tap into your inner Pokémon Master,” Abby, Google Maps Community Manager wrote in ...
To keep the favorable position in music sales, which is up to 80% in the US, Apple mulls multi-prong strategy including launching Android iTunes app and on-demand streaming music service.
‘Apple has opened exploratory talks with senior music label executives about the possibility of launching an on-demand streaming service that would rival Spotify and Beats Music, according to industry experts.