2012 was an incredible year in technology. Google showed off its incredible self-driving cars and Google Glasses which takes augmented reality to the next level. Social networking juggernauts continued to duke it out as Facebook gobbled up Instagram and Twitter kicked developers out to the curb. And, of course, we saw a flurry of awesome apps like Clear, Wunderlist, and Letterpress being released, continuing to drive the mobile revolution.
Imagine a future where computers no longer require keyboards or mice. With some simple gestures, you can fluidly control motions on a display. You don’t even have to touch the screen itself, and why would you want to anyways?
Self-driving cars? Pssssh! Big deal! You know what’s even cooler? A bottle of ketchup where no ketchup is ever left behind.
Aiming to solve an age-old problem, MIT PhD candidate Dave Smith concocted a special lubricant he calls LiquiGlide. When applied to bottles, it can make the surface inside super slippery so that the entire contents will pour right out effortlessly.
In the market for a new power strip to fuel your burgeoning armada of laptops, tablets, and smartphones?
The Belkin Mini Surge Protector and Dual USB Charger may suit your needs. In addition to its 3 AC outlets, it comes with 2 USB outlets, allowing you to recharge your iPad and any other USB device. The device is also versatile in any environment. It has a 360 degree rotating plug that makes it easy to work in even tight spaces.
In this age of text-based messaging, who needs to write their loved ones physical cards?
This 4.25″x5.5″ card is designed to help you step away from the technology, giving you a blank canvas inside to write freely to those you care about.
Purchase the card from Etsy.
Feeling down lately? I ain’t no doctor, but I can sure prescribe you a heavy dose of laughter.
In this post, I put together weeks worth of hilarious and memorable photos I have found while visiting social news websites such as Digg, Reddit, and Stumbleupon. So sit back, have that mouse scroller ready, and remember to share the photos with others.