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This is the Head Armchair developed by French artist Harold Sangouard. It appears like a huge angular skull. But just from the back, from the front it just looks like an old-timey chair. One with a wicked villain sitting in it! Close your eyes, what do you see? Is he brushing a hairless cat? Viewing an enemy getting consumed by sharks in one of his huge shark tanks? Demanding a ransom from world leaders to not explode the world? “He’s masturbating.” WHAT? “Yeah, with a Powerglove on.” Whoa. “To Geekologie.” My biggest fan! Keep opting for a couple more shots of the “Rate available upon request.”
After a few years of bringing hands-free video broadcasting to the masses, Looxcie has updated its design language for the first time. Meet the Looxcie 3.
The Looxcie is a digital recording device that lets you record video, or broadcast video live, using a companion app for iOS and Android. Originally, the Looxcie was meant to be worn on a hat or over the ear, pointing at whatever you looked at.
The new design instead puts the Looxcie on a shirt, necklace or backpack, much like the GoPro.
The Looxcie 3 has a wider angle lens, with a 100 degree field of view, and comes in a number of colors as well as a waterproof option for the adventurous.
It records up to 720p and allows for simultaneous live streaming and recording, with an option to live stream directly to Facebook. Plus, users can snap a still image with a single press of a button.
But perhaps the most impressive feature that carries over from past generations is the InstaClip button, which lets you press a button to retroactively record the past few minutes, capturing a moment you weren’t quite ready for.
The Looxcie 3 weighs 1.3 ounces, has a 2-hour battery life, and has expandable microSD video storage up to 64GB. It’s available now for $ 99.99.
Reggie Watts admits he’s an impulse tech buyer, but it’s those digital interfaces that still need work
When Reggie Watts took to the Expand stage, he was wearing a Pebble. The performer said that he’s obsessed with the wearables and picked up multiples of the smartwatch during those early adopter deal days. “If it’s something I’m curious about, [something} that provides a service or that I’m …
Xbox One’s Top Marketer Brags to Advertisers About Kinect SpyBox Abilities. PS4 Team helps Disabled Fan. Microsoft doesn’t care. Xbox One’s Top Marketer Brag…
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Cast your mind back to the period between August and October 2012, and there was barely a whisper about a smartwatch round these parts. Pebble was funded and well underway, and we discovered a curious Google patent — but that was pretty much it. In that same period one year later, you’ll find …
What’s the difference between the white (old one, but they still sell it) Macbook and the aluminum one?
Question by appleeee<3: What’s the difference between the white (old one, but they still sell it) Macbook and the aluminum one?
I am planning to get a MacBook soon, but can’t decide which one to get…I know the Airs aren’t good, so that’s a definite no. But what’s the difference between the Pro and regular MacBook? I plan to use it for school (college) and probably just need the very basics, like word processing, iChat, etc.
Thanks so much!
Answer by Pam G
since they upgraded the old one, basically just the aesthetics, mini displayport, and heat
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Question by Juaníta: If I buy an unlocked smartphone will it still work?
I am currently with MetroPCS (yes, I know, its cheap). I want to buy a HTC Windows Phone 8x, however I am not buying from the HTC website. I looked online and it said that this phone is eligible for activation. However, I’m just not sure because I’m buying it new from Amazon, and not a normal retailer of the phone. Can I still take it to Metro and get it activated?
and please don’t write any mean, degrading, or judgmental answers.
I would really appreciate it!
Answer by cubs223425
Yes, the idea behind unlocking a smartphone is to make it usable on multiple carriers. However, it depends on the frequencies the device runs at, and while I don’t know those off-hand, I’d ask your carrier before making a purchase.
Also, I’m not sure how much the 8X is, but I’d recommend looking into a Nokia Lumia device. The 8X is made by HTC, who is known for poor software update support. Also, Nokia has done a MUCH better job at getting software exclusives and getting developers to make apps/games for Windows Phone.
I have a Lumia 920 on AT&T myself, and my sister has the Lumia 822. She chose the Lumia 822 over the 8X herself, while I knew the 920 was what I wanted from the start. I would recommend looking into a Lumia 820, if you can find it. Regardless, you shouldn’t have any issue with getting an HTC 8X on MetroPCS, if it’s unlocked (make sure it’s running on GSM bands).
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What does the Microsoft of the future really look like?
It’s been four weeks since the company announced its $ 7.2 billion plan to acquire Nokia’s phone business, cementing CEO Steve Ballmer’s plan to transform Microsoft from a software provider into a devices and services company, and the answer is getting fuzzier by the day.
The main issue is that Ballmer himself is leaving Microsoft in the next 12 months — he offered a tearful goodbye to employees at last week’s annual companywide meeting — and finding a new CEO to execute such a dramatic shift in the company’s strategy while maintaining its existing 16 billion-dollar businesses will be no easy task.
There are still a lot of tough decisions to be made
That task has been…
Amazon’s really laid off the pomp and circumstance this year. Between a new Paperwhite e-reader and a trio of tablets, the company’s hosted nary a press conference; just a couple of small-scale meetings. In the case of the Paperwhite, the reason seems clear. From the name on down, nothing about the device screams “major upgrade.” Both the hardware and software received some tweaks, sure, but, well, if this were an Apple product, it would almost certainly be called the Kindle Paperwhite S. Then again, we loved the Paperwhite the first time around, so why mess with near perfection?%Gallery-slideshow99545%
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Elon Musk says that self-driving Teslas are on the way. In an interview with the Financial Times, Musk declared that his electric car company, Tesla, is officially in the race to bring autonomous vehicles onto the streets — a race that Audi, Mercedes, Nissan, Volvo, General Motors, and Google are already in. The CEO tells the FT that he believes autonomous Teslas will be able to operate largely, but not completely, on their own. “We should be able to do 90 percent of miles driven within three years,” Musk says. However, a vehicle that can operate without a human in the cockpit isn’t something he thinks is feasible.