A foldable Bluetooth keyboard worth talking about, fiber optics for prosthetic nerve connections, a compact vacuum to love, an iPhone App for Google Voice, clothing from a spray can and a change in our ad format.
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Foldable Bluetooth keyboards are nothing new, but one you want to use might be noteworthy. The Jorno folds up small enough to fit in a pocket but unfolded is only 15% smaller than a full-sized keyboard. You might even want to try it with one of these refurbished iPads.
Researchers at Southern Methodist University are developing a way to connect the brain to an artificial limb with fiber optics. It's called neurophotonics and it could be a major step toward making replacement limbs work more like real ones.
Do you ever wish you had a small rechargeable vacuum that was easy to operate and empty? Maybe you're wishing for the Hoover LINX, a trim and handy device for keeping smaller spaces tidy.
After Apple's loosening of some restrictions in the App Store, they've made a lot of people happy by approving GV Connect, a native app that makes using Google Voice from the iPhone easier.
With budget cuts left and right, teleconferencing is looking better and better. GoToMeeting makes the process easy, and they have a free 30-day trial to get you started. Remember to use the code GEEK when getting set up.
Would you be interested in getting dressed with a spray can? This spray-on cloth fiber forms clothing that can actually be removed and worn multiple times.