In the drone market, DJI is making their mark with items such as the Phantom 2 vision+. A lightweight quadcopter that can connect wirelessly and run up to 2,000 feet from the controller. This makes for some great video shots overhead with smaller sized cameras. The Phantom 2 also has a 3-axis attachment for full camera […]
R360und is actually pronounced “Rebound”. This is a small rugged device that will map your location, the G-Forces you hit to the orientation of how you land. All this information is transferred via Bluetooth for you to see in an action video. It’s important to note that this is not a camera. R360und is a sensor that models your […]
Courtney Wallin interviews the group at iGrip. They have Universal holders – Blackberry, iOS, HTC. Even some GPS devices like Garmin and TomTom. Simply connect your device to the iGrip, then fasten to the dash. The PerfektFit holders hold almost any device. With or without a case. iGrip also demonstrated the case attached to a bike handlebar. […]
Adria Richards talks with Sarah from Snapette: a place where you can find the trending clothing anywhere in the world.
Adria Richards talks with GoInstant – software that can share a browser session with another computer
Jeffrey Powers talks with Peter Semmelhack was with K Venkatesh Prasad to find out how Bug Labs and Ford are working together
Day one wrapup for TechCrunch Disrupt
Day one wrapup for TechCrunch Disrupt
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The BBC reports that about 50 virus-infected apps have been removed from the Android Marketplace. Apparently, the authors of the malware took legitimate apps, injected them with malware, and then republished them under under a different name from the legitimate author. From the story: The virus-laden apps were discovered by a Reddit user called Lompolo […]
Gregory Borchardt joins the TPN Live CES coverage. Gregory is from Oxygen Audio and they are showing the O Car stereo where the iPhone becomes the faceplate. Your phone then attaches into the stereo – a 455 Watt amplifier that can attach to your speaker system. The result is you can listen to audio from […]
Sometimes we need someone just to hold the camera. However, with Panvise, we can get that camera shot without having someone around. Panavise makes many types of mounts. Mostly for industrial need, holding items while you work on them. However, they have developed the 809 suction cup mount that can stick. In fact, it has […]
Keep running more. That is what Nike wants you to do. If you can track your progress, then you are motivated more to continue. This new version of the Nike watch lets you then upload your data (if you choose) to show off to your other running buddies. Best part is we’ve seen earlier versions […]
While out at 4G World, we ran into the guys at Bug Labs. They are gearing up for Bug Labs 2.0, but more important, the 4G module they are working on with AT&T. Bug Labs is a modular device for developers and those that want to have more from a mobile device. Interchange cameras, screens, […]
The iPhone dons olive drab, according to the Guardian: At a conference in Arizona on Wednesday, US defence company Raytheon announced its plans to launch a new range of military-oriented programs that can turn the popular touchscreen mobile phone into a tool for use in war zones such as Iraq and Afghanistan. The first application […]
Just my luck. The Guardian reports that the GPS satellite system is developing cracks in the foundation. The satellites are aging and may start to fail before they can be replaced. The full story is here. Now, I don’t care all that much. I like maps. I bought the GPS with credit card rewards points […]