Each and every year different automotive accessories enter the market. And the ones you include in your vehicle express components of your personality. If you are the kind of entertainment liking person then you will add entertainment gadgets to your car, while if you are the time conscious ones then automatically you will go for the speed gadgets. Generally while referring to the automotive you include bikes, motorcycles and even the boats. Below are some of the Coolest New Gadgets for Automotives 2014:
· This majorly deals with the backseat driving. For instance a person is likely to cause an accident if he or she is driving while texting, this is majorly due to the reduced concentration. The cell control now comes in that it helps you in controlling your phone even while you are driving. At least with its appearance in the market, accidents have reduced.
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Stylus pens are used for touch screen electronic devices which include tablet, computers and cell phones. Stylus is a writing instrument that works by touch or pressure. Regular pen and stylus pen work in a similar fashion but the main difference lies in the fact that stylus pen has plastic or cloth ball point so as to prevents the screen from damage. A stylus usually resembles a pen, hence the name stylus pen and it can be used to select options, write or draw on a touchscreen.
Why use a Stylus
Stylus is used for touchscreen or stylus enabled devices. At times using a stylus may seem absurd but the following advantages will surely change your perspective:
– More comfortable mainly when you need to touch the screen frequently
– High precision
– No fingerprints on screen hence no constant cleaning
– At …
When we think of technology today, most of us will immediately think of the super slim products coming from Apple, Samsung, and HTC. We think of how everything is getting so small and super fast. However, there are technologies that lie outside of the mainstream that involve massive machinery and incredibly big jobs. We call these “super machines” and they do some of the most interesting jobs. Here’s some highlights of what these machines are and what they do:
1. ABG Titan Road Paver
The ABG Titan Road Raver is a 25 ton tarmac road paver that has the ability to deposit 19 inch thick tarmac spreading 52 feet across in a single pass. The paver accomplishes this feat through sheer size. Dump trucks constantly feed asphalt into the paver’s hopper. With the help of a corkscrew, the paver evenly distributes mixed tarmac onto the ground in a crack free layer, making it perfect for …
In many instances, travel places people in strange surroundings and away from everything they feel comfortable with. Oftentimes, this results in extreme boredom and frustration. There are also instances where things go wrong when traveling. Fortunately, technology has made things easier for all of us. The bigger and more complicated things in life have become smaller and easier to do, giving the avid traveler many benefits. Thanks to many advances in technology, traveling all over the world is easier and more enjoyable than ever.
Directions and Maps
At one time, if someone got lost traveling in a strange city, they had to pull over on the side of the road, unfold a map and try to figure out where they were and how they could get to their destination. Today, we have the luxury of a GPS system and many apps that tell travelers their exact location and the best …
It’s impossible to deny that technology and creativity go hand in hand. A fictional innovation from a creative mind can be a functioning gadget when used by someone technologically inclined. The same is true in reverse: whenever a company releases hardware or software, new and creative uses are found which save enormous amounts of time for people who work under deadlines. Here are some new gadgets that are saving some time for creative professionals.
If you can Dream it, you can Print it
The 3D Printer is a new creative advancement, and its implications are limitless. How limitless? Recently, NASA contracted the creation of a 3D Food Printer. So, they are building a prototype that can “print” pizza in space. That’s a game-changer that any creative professional could use.
Draw Right into your Hard Drive
Another piece of technology is the touch screen panel PC. The …
If you embrace living in the 21st century, you’re probably decked out with devices. You always have the latest smartphone, you’re hooked into social media 24/7, and your entire life is organized on a tablet. If this description fits you, then you should have a car that fits your technology fetish as well. Having a tech-friendly car will allow you to truly stay up to date and hooked into all your devices no matter where you go. There are plenty of affordable vehicles that are loaded with the latest technology. Read on for a list of some cars that score big in the digital technology department.
In the compact class, the 2014 Dodge Dart has been named the “Most Connected Car” of 2014 by Connected World Magazine. This model boasts an advanced console that features a UConnect 8.4 inch touchscreen. A modern GPS navigation system is combined with SiriusXM …
The digital revolution — development of increasingly specialized mobile applications — has changed the way we think about everything from retail to exercise, and cars are not immune to this shift.
The latest models boast voice-recognition software and real-time GPS mapping. Soon, cars will be parking themselves.
In many respects though, the auto-industry has yet to maximize the potential of mobile technology.
Clickdrive is hoping to change that.
“After experiencing issues with my own car, I was personally inspired to create a solution to the lack of data available on my car,” says former Lehman Brothers trading systems designer and Clickdrive founder Mark Sutheran. “Wifi and highspeed networks have become ubiquitous, but why aren’t our cars taking advantage of the situation?”
Clickdrive is a mobile hardware device that connects to Wifi and the …
Today’s technology is coming out of the computer and into your home as manufacturers reach out with new ways to rescue you from costly expenses. The emphasis is on saving energy, on using both hardware and intelligent software to streamline wastage and save your hard-earned cash. Let’s look at some of the approaches being used to solve your money problems with technology.
There’s a new generation of smart thermostats being fitted in homes with the express intent of cutting expensive energy bills. They learn patterns of usage, turning off when a room is unoccupied. These microprocessor controlled devices are quite capable of learning personal preferences and schedules, efficiently managing heating and cooling.
An electronic eye designed to register whether a room is currently in use, motion sensors detect the tiniest movement but they posses enough programming to intelligently discriminate between the family pet and a …
Laptop users who have never tried using an extra screen may want to give it some thought.
After bringing in almost $100,000 on their first campaign, Able-HD CEO Nell Harton and the folks behind the Able-HD portable monitor are going back to Kickstarter to raise money for the new and improved Able-HD Plus.
With a synthetic polymer casing, thermoplastic acrylic screen and detachable adaptor board that doubles as a prop stand, the updated version is, according to Harton, “stronger, clearer and even more reduced in terms of design” than its predecessor.
Harton says that fragility was the main impulse to go back to the drawing board, but that the design team took advantage of the opportunity “to rethink the entire system design.”
The main development to come out of this process seems to be the first-ever …
They say, “there’s no such thing as a free lunch,” and the internet is no exception. Supposedly “free” services, be they email or social networking or what have you, all have their hidden costs. Facebook sells its users’ personal information, gmail uses email content for targeted advertising, and the whole of the internet, it seems, is increasingly susceptible to invasive monitoring from hackers and government intelligence agencies.
The problem, explains Pixeom co-founder and CEO Samir Nagar, is a system that privileges third-party service providers with control over and access to personal information.
”The public cloud services are all built on the foundation of the data center, and it’s a treasure trove of personal information that’s vulnerable to data breaches, or vulnerable to being accessed by the service providers, because they create their own encryption keys which lets them access your data.”
Privacy is the secret price of the “free” internet, …
Listening to music through computer speakers just doesn’t cut it. If you want to get the most out of your music – from whichever device you are storing it – it’s time to look into wireless speaker options.
With wireless Bluetooth speakers you can easily listen to music from a variety of devices, with AirPlay you can stream video and audio, and with whole home systems from Bose and Sonos, you can connect your entire house wirelessly.
Bluetooth speakers are probably the easiest, cheapest and most accessible way to stream music wirelessly. A couple of the best known examples include the Jawbone Jambox and the Beats By Dr Dre Pill, allowing users to connect their device to the speaker simply by pressing a few buttons.
You can even turn existing speakers into Bluetooth speakers by attaching an adapter. Logitech, Aluratek, Auris, and Monster all offer …
The new year brings some exciting new features to the automobile market. Automakers are enticing consumers with a dose of innovation in order to stay ahead of curve. While Mercedes-Benz gives its yearly upgrades to comfort and convenience, other automakers look to add versatility, safety, and economy upgrades.
Automatic Lane Keeping Helps You Stay on Track
The Mercedes-Benz S-class has always been on the bleeding edge when it comes to auto amenities. This year the S-class boasts many new features, most notable however, is an auto lane keeping system for freeway driving. This lane keeping system uses sensors that detect the edges of the freeway lane and automatically compensate steering to keep the vehicle perfectly centered within.
With fuel economy always a concern, Mazda has introduced “I-ELOOP,” into its Mazda 6 sedan. The system recovers kinetic energy from braking and uses it to assist in powering the …
Without a doubt, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is one of the most anticipated gatherings of anything tech related. Each year thousands of tech savvy people and the innovators of such technology converge in Las Vegas, Nevada for what has become the premier event of the year. 2014 proved to be no different as the hottest, newest, and most innovative pieces of technology are unveiled.
Televisions and Video Displays
Ultra High Definition were the key buzz terms on everybody’s mouths with televisions ranging from Panasonic’s 4K, to curved shaped televisions that allow viewers to see clearly from any angle, to the rugged outdoor displays like those offered by the I-Tech Company.
Aside from Michael Bay’s presentation cuing mishap, Samsung came out swinging with not only it’s 85″ UHD Television but huge updates to its tablets and the announcement that the Galaxy S5 may include an iris scanner.