NEEO thinking remote control makes all your devices work together

  • 17/01/2015 at 23:18 by It's a Gadget Staff
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Neeo Thinking Remote Control

Neeo Thinking Remote Control

Home automation is getting simpler, and yet more complex, every day. NEEO thinking remote control is proof of that. It is a remote control that can manage up to 30,000 different devices around your home.

NEEO is made up of two parts: the “brain”, and the remote itself. The brain is what manages all of the devices and can be quickly programed to run appliances, apps, and anything else around your home. The remote is what controls is all from a single place.

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Google Translate now allows for real time translations

  • 15/01/2015 at 23:59 by It's a Gadget Staff
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Google Translate Realtime

Google Translate Realtime

Good news for all you fans of Google Translate! It is now becoming a much for functional app, thanks to two new features that will revolutionize the way it is used.

This morning, Google announced what they had been promising for awhile: changes that would make Google Translate a more viable tool for people who want a real conversation outside of their spoken language.

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Facebook gives you the power to use it at work, without the boss caring

  • 14/01/2015 at 23:17 by It's a Gadget Staff
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Facebook Mark ZuckerbergFacebook is taking a new step to wriggle its way into your daily life, becoming more insidiously entwined with you than ever. The social network has launched Facebook For Work, a step that might have your company actually encouraging you to Facebook during work hours.

Basically, it is an inter-department memo/email system gone social. Your company can create a network based specifically around your place of employment, so it can be used by employees only.

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Avegant Glyph’s CES showcase illustrates the potential innovation for VR design

Avegant Glyph VROf all of the many incredible gadgets shows at the CES 2015 show, Avegant’s Glyph virtual reality headset is among the more intriguing. But as we continue into the early stages of genuine VR, it is more about design than function.

The Glyph is most fascinating due to the way it looks: like a pair of headphones. A big pair, yes, but stylish enough to compare in look to the inexplicably popular Dre Beats.

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Sony’s new Walkman ZX2 costs $1,100…really

  • 06/01/2015 at 23:50 by It's a Gadget Staff
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Sony Walkman ZX2News is continuously pouring out of CES 2015 about the latest and greatest to be released this week. One that has really gotten tongues wagging is the Walkman ZX2, though it has to do more with its price tag than its features.

The device itself is incredibly high end. It features an endless number of components that were hand picked for their quality, and the design improves on the less impressive ZX1 with its sleek casing and etched buttons along the side.

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ASUS to release ZenFone 2, ZenFone Zoom and 3 new Transformer Books

ASUS ZenFone ZoomIf anyone has so far had a big day at the CES 2015 conference, it is ASUS. While LG showed off their Flex 2, and NVIDIA unveiled the Tigra X1 and their auto-piloting car products, ASUS has shown off a full five new products: the ZenFone 2, ZenFone Zoom, and three Transformer Books.

ZenFone 2 and ZenFone Zoom

First up are the two new smartphones in the ZenFone line. Just like the LG Flex 2, both are curved. But the design is more subtle, with rounded corners and a gentler and smoother bend.

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LG shows off the G Flex 2 smartphone at CES 2015

LG G Flex 2If you thought that the hype about curved smartphones was over, think again. LG made a surprise splash with the G Flex 2, an update to their original G Flex device.

When LG announced the first G Flex smartphone back in October 2013, it was during a rush to accommodate what was thought to be a more natural curving design.

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