• coolest gadgets 2016

    Coolest Gadgets of 2016 – Part 1

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  • crowd funding can be dangerous

    Latest gadget ‘scams’ on crowdfunding websites

    We recently reported on Triton, the fake gadget that allows you to breathe underwater. It had raised $600,000+ when we published the article, but today, the figure is around $338,327 as we believe many people figured out their scam and got a refund. But there are still MANY people...
  • Triton 'artifical gills' is a fraud

    New Gadgets: Triton – breathe underwater like a fish using ‘gills’ – Real or Scam?

    A new Indiegogo campaign, which was able to collect $594,187 (at the time this article went live) or 12 times its target caught our eye. It claims to be the world’s first “Artificial Gills Re-breather” and tells us that it has been featured in big websites like Huffington, Yahoo...
  • red programmable usb fan

    Cool Gadget: A Time or Text Printing USB Led Fan

    We recently had the chance to review a really cool USB Led Fan, one that can print a message or time in air! The USB Mini Flexible Time LED Clock Fan retails for around $5.5 and as the name suggests, its very flexible. Not only you can attach it...
  • inkless pen

    Geek Alert: An Inkless Pen That Can Last For Ages

    Yes, you read it right, an inkless pen that can last for many years. If you keep it in a drawer and forget about it, then take it out after a century, this pen will still write, as there is no ink in it that would have dried or...
  • water filter

    Review: Life Straw Personal Water Filter

    A Time Magazine Invention of the Year, LifeStraw Water Filter does not contain any batteries, chemical compounds and no moving components that can wear down. It incorporates a high flow rate and weighs only 54 grams. It’s excellent for the Ultralight backpacker, fishermen, traveler, camper, hiker, huner, boy scout...
  • fairphone modular

    The Modular ‘Fairphone 2’ is available now – Is it any good?

    Two years after Fairphone launched its debut gadget, the firm is back with an altogether more interesting follow-up. Fairphone’s first handset was released in 2013, and was intended to be a more equitable device — one which used fairly traded supplies and put a premium on better working conditions for those...