Ever since phone makers started building front-facing cameras into their handsets, people
have been snapping "selfies." But only when some yutz coined that term last year did the
selfie backlash begin.
Frankly, I don't think the picture itself is the problem. It's the process of taking them that
Think about it: Using just one hand, you have to hold your phone at arm's length, then
tap the screen or a button to trigger the shutter. That seemingly simple action often results
in a slight jarring of the phone, which can lead to a blurry image. And how often do you
screw up your carefully staged camera angle at the same time?
This is, suffice it to say, a first-world problem, but it's also one with a solution: HISY, a
remote camera trigger that let's you snap hands-free photos. (Well, sort of. Read on.)
If you're wondering what kind of classy, edgy, techy super present to get
Dad for last minute Father's Day gifts…I'd highly recommend you don't
read this blog post. But if you want to see some amusing ideas that you
can grab to make him laugh or get Dad geeked out, look no further. These
Father's Day gift ideas are sure to make your pop smile, possibly make
your mom cringe, and some are even--gasp--useful!
This week includes
iPad accessories, a trimmer, and even a calculator that doesn't run on
your average AAs. What does it run on? Well, you'll have to read on to
find out. I know, the mystery of it might drive you insane.
Let's face it, we all want the same things from our flash drives: we want them to store things we need, and we want them to harbor deceptive cat-like reflexes for when we are trapped in dire situations so they can keep us and our computers safe from evil villains, robots, and aliens of the future.
Well, good thing we can get Bone Ninja Flash Drives, which do both of these things! And, they are incredibly cute to boot.
I consider external hard drives a must-have accessory for any computer user. Beyond their most obvious use--providing extra storage when you run out of space on your primary drive--these drives are ideal for making backups, moving large files between PCs, and archiving space-hogging data like photos and videos.