Thin is in, and not only for smartphones and tablets. Down in Kickstarter valley, one development startup has an on-going project to produce the world’s thinnest watch, the CST-01.
Before anything else, we just need to get this out in the open: we’re not really fans of tiny mobile speakers. Sure, we all use them when we have to – their size alone makes them pretty handy to lug around for sharing music, and besides, you can’t avoid them since they’re built into everything
Since launching in 2009, Kickstarter has been helping individuals, groups and startups get their brilliant ideas off the drawing board and into the waiting hands of interested people. As of writing, 64,871 projects have found a home on the site where they can seek financial support from people all over the Interwebs.
As advanced a smartphone as it is, the iPhone still lacks a pretty common feature you’ll find on budget mobile phones and most Android devices: a notification light. Sure, you can enable the camera flash at the back to work as one, but since it’s at the back, it’s something you’re bound to miss. And
If you’re often out at night biking, jogging, or just looking to feel the beat of the rhythm of the night, then you’d do well to make sure you’re safe. While there are a number of things you can use for visibility, they’re not all that flexible; reflectors need a light source, and bike lights