A desktop application that makes it easy to select which programs can connect to the Internet. Very useful when you’re using a mobile hotspot and other cellular connections. It also shows the total data consumed for that session. Available for Windows and OS X.
Japanese tech company MicroAd created a new kind of drone which is covered with numerous colorful LEDs. Here, they demonstrate just how cool they are with a synchronized performance against the dramatic backdrop of Mt. Fuji. They look kind of like floating soccer balls to us.
BMW didn’t change the outside of the new i3, but it’s what’s underneath that counts. That means more battery capacity, and an electric driving range of 114mi combined city/highway without affecting performance. The optional gas range extender also gets a bigger fuel tank.
Mooring is a bed heating pad. It lets you set different temperatures for each half of the bed, as well as for the top, middle and bottom. It can also wake you up silently by gradually raising the temperature and vibrating. Its sensors can send sleep data to your mobile device.
This compact Bluetooth speaker offers 24 hours of battery life. Its custom acoustic driver and dual 30W amps provide a spacious soundstage. Like all things B&O, its design is one of style and substance, with its minimal aluminum enclosure and a leather hanging strap.
A portable, unobtrusive and legal speed trap indicator. Instead of using radar, TrapTap uses location data and input from users to locate speed traps. It flashes red, green or blue depending on the zone or listed trap. You can add locations or turn it off by tapping on it.
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