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We know Glass comes with some snap-on shades, which is no doubt great when casually vlogging in the sun. If you’re heading down a mountain, though, you’re going to need something a little more like Recon Jet. You may know Recon Instruments from its line of technolicious HUD ski goggles, but Jet sees the firm leap into more casual (yet no less useful) eyewear. Inside you’ll find a dual-core processor, WiFi, GPS, Ant+, Bluetooth and an HD camera, plus all the sensors you could want (altimeter, thermometer, accelerometer etc). Recon Jet comes with its own open platform (which typically has been based on Android), and will have some existing native apps (video streaming, Facebook integration, etc.) on display at Google I/O this week. Comparison with Mountain View’s own product will be inevitable, but we’re guessing that Recon hopes you’ll leave Glass on your desk, while popping Jet on for the weekend.
A dedicated time lapse camera is about as niche as a piece photo gear gets. But, we’ll say this about Brinno’s latest offering, it captures some pretty stunning clips. The TLC200 Pro is supposedly the world’s first such device that captures these dramatic clips in HDR. The 1.3 megapixel sensor weighs in at a healthy 1/3-inch, which means the pixels are much larger than your average sensor — in fact, they’re more than twice the size of those found in the HTC One UltraPixel shooter. The built-in lens sports an aperture of f/2.0 and a 112-degree wide angle field of view. But you can also slap on one of the available interchangeable lenses to alter that to your liking. About the only thing we could find to complain about (besides its limited functionality) is the fact that it captures video at only 720p. Unfortunately there’s no word on price yet, though we’re sure it’ll be a bit more than the non-Pro version of the TLC200, which will set you back $ 300. If you’re curious, there’s a whole host of sample footage after the break.
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Play like a pro! Transform your Wii Remote controller into a baseball bat, tennis racket, bowling ball, golf club, or boxing gloves, and turn yourself into an instant sports superstar! Put yourself right in the game as a Mii character – a personalized and customizable Wii version of you! Don’t feel like a pro? Pick up the skills you need in over a dozen training games, or just shoot for the best score!
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Samsung’s Galaxy Huge 6.3 still doesn’t have an exact launch date, however it has actually made its method to the FCC. While the Mega was revealed with LTE and HSPA+ radios, it appears that this version, model I9200, only has the latter onboard (I9205 is the LTE-equipped variation)– the Galaxy slightly-less Huge, it appears. It’s a winner that this specific model won’t formally make it stateside, but the reports appear to suggest that it’ll play good with AT&T’s HSPA+ bands. In case you’re thinking of importing this 1.7 Ghz device down the line, you can have an appearance at our hands-on right here. Otherwise, you can take a look at the declaring by visiting the source link.
When it concerns GPS sport gadgets, TomTom has actually decided that it doesn’t have to linger under Nike’s wing anymore. Information is dribbling out that the Dutch navigation company has simply announced a pair or wearables that is meant to bring a whole brand-new level of “simplicity” to exercisers. The TomTom Jogger is, unsurprisingly, made for joggers, while the waterproof Multi-Sport can be used by swimmers and cyclists also. There’s nothing about pricing or availability yet, however as early as we understand more, we’ll fill you inFiled under: GPS, WearablesCommentsSource: TomTom
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a great gameBundled with Wii, Wii Sports introduces a whole new way to play your game. This is what video games should be: fun for everyone. Wii Sports offers five distinct sports experiences, each using the Wii Remote controller to provide a natural, intuitive and realistic feel. To play a Wii Sports game, all you need to do is pick up a controller and get ready for the pitch, serve or that right hook. If you’ve played any of these sports before, you’re ready for fun!
Play Tennis, Baseball, Golf, Bowling and Boxing in the comfort of one’s living room. No ball boys scurrying about, no oil from the alleys to get players dirty and no rain to keep anyone from a day at the court, park or course. Use the Wii Remote controller to mimic the actions of swinging a racket, bat or club, roll a ball down an alley or bring the left jab.
Players can use their own Mii caricatures in the game and play them against their friends’ Miis for a more personalized experience. As players improve, their Miis’ skill levels will increase, so that they can see exactly how much better they’ve become.
People of all skill levels can pick up and play any of the games in the unprecedented Wii Sports package, making this truly a title for everyone!
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Nearly 100 years ago, the Anderson Carriage Company produced and sold one of the most popular electric vehicles of the time: The Detroit Electric. With production peaking at 1,000-2,000 cars in 1910, the company eventually renamed itself after its popular model and sold nearly 13,000 electric vehicles during its 32 years of production. The company never recovered from depression, producing its last EV in 1939.
Detroit Electric is back. Meet the first car to wear the historic nameplate in over 70 years: The SP:01.
The brand was revived in 2008 by Albert Lam, former Group CEO of the Lotus Engineering Group and Executive Director of Lotus Cars of England. Now headquartered in Detroit’s historic Fisher building, the company is set to restart Detroit Electric starting with the SP:01 electric sports car.
The SP:01 is just the first from the Detroit startup. More family friendly vehicles are in the works, with two new models in the pipeline for 2014. The company is also setting up its production shop somewhere in the Detroit area where it expects to have a yearly production capacity of 2,500 vehicles. This facility will create 180 new jobs.
Detroit Electric only plans on making 999 examples of the SP:01. That’s well under the 2,400 Tesla Roadsters produced during its four-year run. With a starting price of $ 135,000, the SP:01 also has a starting cost higher than the Roadster. But at least it’s just as fast.
Detroit Electric claims the SP:01 is the fastest pure-electric production car on the market. And that’s true since the Roadster is no longer available. It’s claimed, although yet verified, performance numbers puts the SP:01 on the same level as the limited edition Tesla Roadster Sport. Plus, with a claimed top speed of 155 mph and 0-62 mph time of 3.7 seconds, it’s quicker than just about every other car out of Detroit including the new Corvette Stingray.
Propulsion is provided by an air-cooled, asynchronous AC motor powered by dual 37-kWh lithium-polymer batteries. The system is good for 201 horsepower and 166 pound-feet of torque — not bad for a car that weighs just 2,403 pounds. Strangely enough, unlike the dead-simple Tesla Roadster, the SP:01 features a four-speed manual transmission or an optional two-speed automatic. Since the electric engine is either on or off, there is no need to use the clutch when stopping or starting.
Detroit Electric claims the SP:01 has a driving range of 180 miles based on the New European Driving Cycle, but as Autoblog notes, while the official calculations haven’t been released, that likely results in about 150 miles on a U.S. cycle.
It’s no secret that the carbon-fiber shell comes from a Lotus Exige. Interestingly enough, the Tesla Roadster is based largely on the Lotus Elise platform.
Per Detroit Electric’s press release, it takes 4.3 hours to fully charge the SP:01 from a 240 volt outlet with 32 amps. It takes 8 hours on a 13-amp sources. But like the Chevy Volt, the SP:01 can output its electrical charge, serving as a sort of $ 135k electric generator in a pinch.
Here’s hoping that Detroit Electric finds the same level of success as its forebearer. The EV market is wide open for new players. Tesla, while Detroit Electric’s main competition, has a large head start but by no means a monopoly. Fisker is dead in the water, GM and Toyota are pursuing hybrids, and Nissan is seemingly content selling low-end electric vehicles.
The SP:01 will hit the production lines this August. The price starts at $ 135,000.
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UK PayTV provider Sky will finally allow Now TV subscribers to access its line-up of sports channels, following an original promise to bring Sky Sports content to the service by the end of 2012. Sky Sports access is available for a £9.99 (around $ 15) per day, with unlimited access to live football, Formula 1, tennis, cricket and other high-profile sporting events.
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Fox has been gently busy over the last couple of days, unveiling plans for a 24-hour sports network that may be the most significant challenger to ESPN’s throne, and including brand-new features to its mobile apps. Fox Sports 1 is set up to launch Saturday August 17th, loaded with content including NASCAR, soccer (Champions League, Europe Organization and World Cup in 2018 and 2022), weekly UFC battles, university football, university basketball and in 2014, pro baseball. The problem? According to the LA Times, for Fox Sports 1 to live Rate TELEVISION will die this fall, while Fuel TELEVISION is anticipated to be replaced by Fox Sports 2 while Fox Soccer is developed into a home entertainment channel. One tweak it will bring is the “double box” industrial format that tries to keep the game on while ads play, which is expected to be used frequently on the new channel. It will have a suite of studio shows to contend with the sports leader also, and even a Fox Sports Go “mobile experience” on iOS, Android and the web with live video streaming and news/stats for authenticated customers.
Talking of “authenticated” cable and satellite subscribers, the broadcaster likewise updated the free of cost Fox Now second display apps on iOS and Android, adding access to stream full episodes of its TELEVISION shows anywhere you are– as long as you have a membership with a getting involved carrier. That listing presently consists of Mediacom and Verizon FiOS, however it could expand in the future. The Fox Now apps still have other functions, with synced material, Twitter streams and behind the scenes info, so Brand-new Lady and Bones followers might still have a reason to examine them out.
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