The latest 3D printer from MakerBot has a massive 12″ x 12″ x 18″ build area, which allows for printing large models, or multiple small ones at once. We want one just so we can print skulls like the one shown here.
A portable wireless scanner. It connects to Windows or OS X computers as well as the iPad over Bluetooth, sending an image of the object you’re scanning in real time. It can also extract text and charts from scanned images.
Previously exclusive to the iPad, Parallels’ mobile-friendly remote desktop software is now available for the iPhone as well as Android tablets and smartphones. It’s also more affordable now, down to $20 from $80 per year.
Glance replicates the key capabilities of a smartwatch, but augments your existing timepiece. Just slip it under your wrist strap, and it adds incoming call alerts, message responses, activity tracking, and doubles as an air mouse.
Earin claims it has developed the world’s smallest earbuds. The earbuds connect to media players via Bluetooth and last up to three hours per charge. They come with three different foam tips and a carrying case that doubles as a charger.
A 5200mAh portable battery pack and a dock with two outlets and a 2.1A USB port. Both the battery and the dock have built-in microUSB, Lightning and 30-pin charging cables. The battery pack can also be charged via USB.