While some people like to carry around extra batteries or the factory chargers that came with their devices, others just want something small, compact and universal. And Scosche has just the gadget for that. No, in fact, they have two – the superCUBE and superCUBE flip – and they’re 40% smaller than others out there.
Want to legally take calls in your vehicle, but don’t want to wear a Bluetooth earpiece while driving? Or perhaps while in the car, there’s a call for the family? In either case, you certainly need a gadget that can be placed within earshot that you can use hands-free. One solution is the new SuperTooth Crystal ($69.99). It’s a wireless speakerphone that connects to your iPhone or Smartphone via Bluetooth 3.0.
Back in 2010, here at CanoeTech Blog we previewed the Jorno foldable keyboard, a small and innovative solution for those who loved their mobile devices but preferred the touchy-feely of a real keyboard. It has still not yet come to market, as it seems the creators are in need of some cash and are looking at crowdsourcing the funding.
When we make credit or purchases at the store we always keep our card in sight and carefully hide our pin number from prying eyes; We’re savvy about emails promising us the lion’s share of a Nigerian estate settlement and those that congratulate us on winning the Irish Sweepstakes when we’ve never set foot outside of Canada or even bought a ticket. We are always on high alert knowing that these tactics are fraudulent and we know they’re a scam.
But can we truly manage to keep from falling prey to cyber predators?
Planning on ordering an extra hot, half-caf, non-fat macchiato with whip on the side this morning? There’s an app for that! (Fortunately it can be used for, you know, regular coffee too.)