Tagged: flashlight


Pressy Adds a Programmable Button via Your Smartphone Headphone Jack

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSA successful Kickstarter campaign, Pressy is a cool button you can program and use when you need it. Whether it takes a photo, turns on the flashlight, or opens up your favorite app, the button can become a helpful gadget. Pressy comes with a keychain holder so you can store when not in use. Download the app from the Play store and insert Pressy. Alert the phone its inserted, then use it for whatever you programmed the button with. For example, I have one press opening the Pressy dashboard. Two presses and it opens up one of my favorite games. Three presses and a photo is taken. Programming is simplistic at this time. I forsee a lot more options – maybe a morse code system to add more functions. Short presses vs. long presses opening new apps. It’s only available for Android...


FourSevens Flashlight MAELSTROM XM18 at 15,000 Lumens! CES 2013

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSYou might wonder why you would need a light running at 15,000 lumens. It’s great for a portable spotlight, but can also be a valuable life saver if you have it in your gear. FourSevens is a company that makes flashlights. From the small pen lights to larger industrial lights. The Maelstrom XM18 is a brainchild of the engineering department (when they let them do whatever they wanted to). The light is portable so you can use it for everything from lighting a stage to looking for a lost item. The XM18 has multiple light settings. 600 lumens, 3,0000 lumens and 15,000 lumens. There is even a strobe feature for emergency or dancing. The XM18 is battery driven. 26 – 18650 cells with fan cooling and aluminum heat sink. The FourSevens XM18 Maelstrom costs $2,399. Other flashlights start at $23.99 (www.foursevens.com) [cessponsor]...


TrustGo Scans Mobile Apps for Malware, Mobile Phishing – DEMO 2012 [Video]

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSI download apps all the time to review. You might download apps to play games, or just for utilities. But some of those apps might be doing more than just turning your phone into a flashlight. They might be malware, or they could be taking more personal information than you know. That is where TrustGo comes in. They look at the apps, then let you know if this app is safe to download. For Android (working on iOS), you install this app, then let it scan other apps that download. This is technically not anti-virus, because TrustGo does a lot more. In this day and age, malware is only one threat. TrustGo is available now for you to download.

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ETÓN – Emergency Powered Electronics – CES 2010

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS ETÓN is a company that designs devices that power in emergency conditions. Whether you need a flashlight, radio or communication charging device. Not only do you have a crank to juice up the unit, but some devices are powered through solar panels on the front. The FR160 is an AM/FM/NOAA Weather Radio. It also has a flashlight and cell phone charger (USB). This is one of many devices endorsed by the American Red Cross. Prices are low (FR160 is $30), and ETÓN will also donate up to $1 for each item sold to the Red Cross. In this video, Todd Cochrane talks with Johnithon about Home Preparedness. Sponsor:  Try GoToAssist free for 30 days – GoToAssist.com/techpodcasts. Get this content on TiVo, Roku and Boxee

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MPower – Emergency Illumination – CES 2010

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Sometimes you might need an emergency flashlight. In some cases, you may need emergency power for your cell phone. That is where the MPower Emergency Illuminator comes in. With the flick of a switch, you will have emergency power to charge up your cell, get light to change a tire, or a lot more. Todd Cochrane talks with George on this great product idea from MPower. Sponsor:  Try GoToAssist free for 30 days – GoToAssist.com/techpodcasts. Get this content on TiVo, Roku and Boxee

Geekazine Podcast Ep 96 – The Late, Late Edition; Apple, Yahoo Q2 Results 0

Geekazine Podcast Ep 96 – The Late, Late Edition; Apple, Yahoo Q2 Results

Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSOK, the website had some issues, THEN the Podcast computer acted up. OYE!… – Week 4 Summer of Podcasts & need people to talk to August 9th at the Podcast Carnivale – I hosted TPN Weekly this week – I did not participate on Podcampcity Online. This is why. – Show 100 is August 19th. Take the Geekazine Podcast Survey Try GoToAssist free for 30 days – No CC needed: GoToAssist.com/techpodcasts. Put Your Financials into order – Edward Jones Save 15% on all orders at Eastbay with code AFZINE15 & 20% on orders $75 or more at Eastbay with code AFZINE20 All Show Notes are also on Delicious Hotline – 608-205-4378 – geekazine (at) gmail.com Download the show Subscribe: Zune – iTunes – TechPodcasts – Blubrry – Stitcher I – S.U.N. (Straight Up News) Intel SSD Faster – Also Cheaper Medical iPhonejuana– I...

Geekazine Podcast #54 10-08-08 – My Sick Truck 0

Geekazine Podcast #54 10-08-08 – My Sick Truck

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