The next best thing to carrying your guitar around over your shoulder is wearing it on your shirt, and the playable electronic guitar shirt lets you do just that. SEE ALSO: Wake up and smell the lavender with this aromatherapy alarm clock This shirt features a special electronic panel that can hook up to a clip-on amp. When you strum the strings on the guitar, it'll play the actual notes and chords through the amp, so you can jam out wherever you are — no picks required. Check it out: The electronic panel is easily removed for when you need to throw your shirt in the wash. But like, rock stars don't do laundry, okay? Get the Playable Electronic Rock Guitar Shirt for $30See Details … [Read more...] about Absolutely nail your next air guitar session with this awesome, playable T-shirt
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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:46 0 1. me. (Posts: 28; Member since: 10 Oct 2009) sorry verizon, got to go, tired of waiting .The Droid is wasting all my lunch time till it gets something done. Hope att is good as verizon posted on 12 Jun 2010, 19:58 0 2. wade1968 (Posts: 224; Member since: 12 Apr 2010) me ask about at&t from those who are on AT&T make a pros and cons list then make a desition that works best for you. don't forget what works best for you money wise to. posted on 14 Jun 2010, 11:08 0 7. whocares (Posts: 235; Member since: 19 Dec 2009) i have att its good coverage i find myself having better coverage than tmobile and spring everywhere. not many verizon customers in my area though. posted on 12 Jun 2010, 22:56 0 3. PapaJay224 (Posts: 866; Member since: 08 Feb 2009) It amazes me that the EnV series went up to 3 before they really amped up the device, and they were all released around 1 year apart. The iPhone has been steadily released … [Read more...] about Comments for : AT&T corporate stores are confirmed to open at 7AM for the iPhone 4 launch?
You’ve no doubt noticed that smartphone makers are now truly at war with the headphone jack. It’s a battle that few of us appreciate, as it takes away a useful port and offers nothing in return. The result? Many of us must now choose: Do we want to continue using our wired headphones (some of which are worth many hundreds of dollars, thank you very much) through a sad little dongle, or, do we bite the bullet and invest yet more money into a decent set of Bluetooth cans?To this situation, a new Canadian startup is saying, “Just, no.” Instead, Montreal-based Bluewave Audio is offering the minimally-named Bluewave Get, a tiny, Bluetooth headphone amp, assembled in Canada, that aims to let you keep using your favorite cans and even improve how they sound, for $99. In our Bluewave Get review, we let you know just how high wireless sound can fly for under a Benjamin.Getting it rightAt first glance, most people who look at the Bluewave Get have the same reaction: … [Read more...] about Bluewave Get Hi-Fi Wireless Headphone Amp review
At any given moment there are approximately a zillion different crowdfunding campaigns happening on the Web. Take a stroll through Kickstarter or Indiegogo and you’ll find no shortage of weird, useless, and downright stupid projects out there – alongside some real gems. We’ve cut through the Pebble clones and janky iPhone cases to round up the most unusual, ambitious, and exciting projects out there this week. Keep in mind that any crowdfunded project — even the best intentioned — can fail, so do your homework before cutting a check for the gadget of your dreams.Soundboks — Ultraloud battery powered speakerMost portable speakers require an AC adapter if you really want to crank the volume. But this new crowdfunded speaker breaks that rule. Soundboks, as its called, is designed to deliver up to 30 hours of nightclub-level decibels off a single battery charge.Soundboks uses custom-designed amplifiers that help to enhance battery life while … [Read more...] about Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: Universal cables, ultraloud speakers, cheap LiDAR
Ever wanted to know what it feels like to be tackled in a game of football, but aren’t prepared to get off your couch to actually find out? You’ll love the Alert Shirt, a fun piece of wearable technology designed to make you experience every tackle, collision, and score from the comfort (and safety) of your living room.The Alert Shirt connects to your smartphone using Bluetooth, and is filled with tiny motors which attempt to replicate how a football player feels at key moments during a game. Think haptic feedback on a larger scale, and against your body rather than the tip of your finger.It has been created as a promotional tool for Fox Footy subscribers in Australia, provided they sign-up for 12-months of access to Rupert Murdoch’s dedicated Australian Rules Football channel. Known for being a tough, hard-hitting sport, the thought of being on the receiving end of any punishment handed out in an Aussie Rules match doesn’t sound particularly pleasant.It’s … [Read more...] about Wear this t-shirt and feel every play in a football game, without leaving your couch
Gil Penchina, CEO of Wikia, showed up for a recent interview in a brown T-shirt that said "Wikia" in yellow letters on the front, and "Lunatic" on the back."We have a monopoly on lunacy," he said, when asked about the shirt.While Google works hard to nurture its image as a whacky, non-corporate company, Wikia seems to manage it quite effortlessly. Started by Wikipedia cofounder Jimmy Wales, the company is not making much money yet, and its executives seem barely interested in doing so. But they do like to work. The company began life building Web sites using its wiki collaboration software where users can discuss their passions, vent opinions, and share experiences. So far there are 3,000 sites and around 80,000 Web pages, supported by the 38 people at Wikia.Somehow that wasn't enough, so the company decided to build a search engine, too. And when they're done with it, they plan to put all the software, algorithms, and a constantly-updated index of the Web on the … [Read more...] about Wikia CEO on lunacy, air miles, and being profitless
The American International Toy Fair (Feb. 14-17) is one of the largest toy industry trade shows in the world! Toy companies from around the globe gather at NYC's enormous Javits Center to show off their new products and give big kids like me an excuse to play with toys! With an increasing number of products integrating electronic, robotic, and online elements, this year's Toy Fair was a veritable playground for this GeekTecher. Now that it's over, let me share with you this year's geekiest toys.Star Wars Force TrainerAny Star Wars nerd's dream come true! The wireless headset has sensors that reads your brainwaves and performs an algorithm to determine the differences between Alpha, Beta, Gamma, and Delta waves. The harder you concentrate, producing greater Beta waves, the higher a fan lifts a ball (no, unfortunately you don't actually levitate objects). I am proud to say that while my two predecessors weren't able to lift the ball at all, the Force was strong with this one and I got … [Read more...] about Geekiest Toys at the American International Toy Fair!
Geek girls don't have much time to worry about their looks — we're too busy being smart and playing video games. It turns out, though, that lots of people like the geek look, and it has become quite fashionable. Check out the TechRepublic gallery Geeky attire and accessories for women to pick up wardrobe ideas that will show off your geek pride. (Note: Some of the items featured are not necessarily just for women.)Photo credit: ThinkGeekThese are the items featured in the gallery: 8-Bit hairbow from ThinkGeek Rectangular or round eyeglasses from FramesDirect.com, such as this pair from Armani Exchange Crystal Cube Firejewel from ThinkGeek Ballroom Bliss Dress from ModCloth Stellar System Dress from ModCloth Vine-ing for Affection Dress from ModCloth Gunnar i-amp glasses RPG t-shirt from Five Finger Tees Ada Lovelace tee from ThinkGeek "We are made of carbon" shirt from Threadless Tees Phi by Numbers tee from ThinkGeek Self-Rescuing Princess tee from ThinkGeek Sugar Skull Trooper … [Read more...] about Geek fashion suggestions for women
It's the eve of San Diego Comic-Con, the biggest source of entertainment news between the industry and fans, and DC Comics has declared July 23, 2014, Batman Day. And writer Brad Meltzer's retelling of the origin story in "Detective Comics #27" for the event. It's free online and in stores. Get the Free Tracker App to find a Nintendo Switch in Stock Batman's the company's draw for general audiences, not just comic fans, and they're acknowledging the impact. But why today?Well, 2014 is the 75th anniversary of Batman's first appearance in May 1939. And SDCC is…well, SDCC. Batman Vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice's filming for a 2016 release. And news means a captive audience to amp up the press and buzz in San Diego.But that's not the only reason.So much tension and pain means the world needs something or someone to cling to, a bastion of safety and humanity. Meltzer describes the importance to Michael Cavna in the Washington Post article "COMIC-CON 2014: DC Comics marks … [Read more...] about Batman Day: Brad Meltzer On Why Batman’s ‘Cultural Shield’ Protects Us All
With statistics revealing that nearly half of Americans are planning to use a digital device (desktop, laptop, smartphone or tablet) as a primary means of purchasing holiday gifts versus just over 33-percent of folks planning to beat the streets and shop in-store, digital mobile consumerism has clearly come of age. I myself am indelibly on the hunt for great gifts and gets that can be bought online with all of the comfort and convenience that affords. Given the National Retail Federation finding that personal holiday spending this season will reach the second highest in the 13-year history of its consumer survey, it seems cyberspace will be one busy place this year.In the spirit of easing and expediting your efforts, here are this year’s holiday gift picks starting as low as $20 in the tech, style, wellness, foodie, sport, self-care, beauty and kids categories that can all be purchased lickety-split via a viable Internet connection. ***** TECH *****VocoPro … [Read more...] about The Luxe List: Holiday Gift Picks 2016