With so many options for Bluetooth connectivity to your mobile devices, it’s easy to stay connected no matter where you are or what you’re doing. You can work out with your favorite music or navigate to a new location without any wires to tie you down.
Last week at South by Southwest (SXSW) Google has announced their new "Talking Shoes” as a not so stylish pair of Adidas high-tops. This is an experimental technology that Google has been working on and clearly they are making everything they can think of “smart” with Android technology. We aren’t sure what the practical use of talking shoes is exactly although its pretty cool just the same. Hopefully we can get a pair of these to actually test out.
We’re willing to bet that at some point in your life you have misplaced your keys, wallet, or phone. Heck, we’ve lost all three, and more times than we care to mention. Sometimes, we lose all three at the same time. Face it, we’re a bunch of losers. A company out of Vancouver called Linquet is here to ensure that these things don’t happen again.
Billed as the “easiest and most comprehensive anti-loss solution”, Linquet is one part app and one part Bluetooth accessory. Paired together, these will both sound an alarm whenever they are out of range from each other. In other words, leave the house without your wallet and you’ll get a notification before you drive down the street.
We’re undoubtedly swimming in accessories these days and as an Android user, the options are practically endless. Between Bluetooth speakers, Bluetooth headphones, wired speakers, and wired headphones, it’s often difficult to know what’s worth your time and what isn’t. When we had the opportunity to take a look at the MobiAir Blueooth Speaker Dock from iLuv, we were immediately skeptical. I’ve personally got 3 docking stations in the apartment, and it seems like almost EVERY company is turning out a rendition of a speaker-dock to fit in that market-space. Upon use, my trepidation quickly subsided.
Have you ever heard of IDAPT's multi-device charger? IDAPT I4 is an innovative charging solution that can charge up to 4 mobile devices simultaneously and is compatible with over 4,500 mobile electronic devices including the iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, Nintendo DS, PSP, GPS systems, digital cameras, and Bluetooth products.
You have Android on your phone, tablet, and TV. But what about your car? If you're not only an Android fanatic, but a car stereo junkie, Clarion is serving up a fully loaded new car stereo system called the Mirage just for you.