A camera-like rangefinder for golfers, an iPad case that lets kids trace the screen image, Google tries their hand at the eBook business, doubleTwist integrates with AirSync, Robots get trained in strawberry picking, augmented reality brings new sensations to a lollipop, and an opportunity to learn and connect with other WordPress users.
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It looks like a camera, but the Leupold GX-4 golf rangefinder is actually a high tech way to help you out on the links.
Kids love to trace pictures and the Griffin LightBoard makes it easy for them to trace whatever is showing on the screen of an iPad.
Google wants to get into the eBook business, with versions that work on any reader. Will their expertise in search make this project a winner?
doubleTwist, the software for syncing iTunes libraries to devices that don't always play well with iTunes (like Android), has introduced AirSync, for wireless syncing of your media.
The Belkin PLAY N600 router is set to become the wireless core of your computing life. Make your hard drives into wireless NAS, stream HD movies and more! Check it out at Belkin.com/unleash.
Robots haven't made many in-roads in the agriculture world, but this strawberry harvester is looking to change that.
Sucking on a piece of candy is an experience that hasn't changed much in a very long time, but what if it were merged with sensations that suggested fireworks or a jet taking off?