The Virtual Windscreen Concept is a track-oriented heads up display. Similar to the interface in driving games, it can show data such as GPS, lap times and racing lines. It will even let you race against a “ghost” car.
It appears Apple has been discreetly using eBay to clear its stock of old or refurbished devices. This year the company opened an eBay store to sell refurbished and unlocked iPhone 5 units. The phones come with 1-year Apple warranty.
A stackable media hub which wirelessly syncs, stores and organizes images and videos from all of your devices, and automatically eliminates dupes. Future stacking modules may include a Blu-ray ripper and a retro game emulator.
While most LED bulbs are packed with modern features and aesthetics, Edison chose to get the best of both worlds. Its dimmable LED bulbs have the look and warm glow of old bulbs and the efficiency and safety of LEDs.
Synek lets you serve fresh beer in a compact package. It uses vacuum-sealed 1-gallon bags and an adapter to transfer beer from a keg or a tap. You can switch bags out of the dispenser and store them for up to 30 days.
A web app that disguises any webpage to look like the New York Times’ website. It even has the title and image from an actual news article, plus a summary of the article so your cover won’t be blown if someone asks what you’re “reading.”
If the Terminator had a backup battery, it would be this one. This 6,000mAh battery can charge two gadgets at once, is IPX 5 weatherproof and shockproof, and its level can be checked from your smartphone. It even comes with a flashlight.