Control your smartphone with a ring-Ringbow

Designed by some Israeli guys, Efrat Barit and Saar Shai, the Ringbow may very well become the ultimate accessory for our smartphones. It definitely changes the way we can interact with touch-screens, hand-gestures recognition devices and augmented reality. The Ringbow has a directional nub with five different controls for direction that can be personalized. By using his thumb, a user can easily guide the actions he takes on his phone, without having to physically touch it. This allows you to have more mobility. Hopefully, the Ringbow will become a device…

Have fun with Sony Ericsson MBS-200 Portable Bluetooth Speaker

I have a Sony Ericsson W850i phone since 2007 and it’s still working amazing, like in the first day. The Sony Ericsson W850i is a Walkman-branded phone in a slide design and it features Sony’s award-winning Walkman music player with great memory for around 1,000 songs, a built-in FM radio, 3G video calling and a 2 MP camera. I’ve never bought anything for this phone, but now I’ve received as a gift this amazing wireless portable speaker that connects wirelessly to the phone and I can listen to my favorite…

Design Your Fridge with App Magnets

iDevices are rapidly taking over the world. We will soon take deep breaths of iAir. Meanwhile, you can expand your virtual life by matching your fridge to your iPhone display. Just don’t try to dial, that’s too much. You can now pinpoint your sticky notes on the fridge by using 18 different squared little magnets that look like iPhone icons. There’s an app for anything nowadays, so why wouldn’t we take advantage of that? Necessary for any respectable iPhone freak, these app magnets would make a great gift that any…

Weird and wacky: Inventors show off their devices

Weird and wacky: Inventors show off their devices The Associated Press The Associated Press GENEVA They say there’s a gadget for just about everything. That now includes boots which detect radiation and a kangaroo tail for weary humans who’d like a rest but can’t be bothered to sit down. These and a thousand other devices went on display Wednesday at the world’s biggest inventions fair, where exhibitors from 45 countries showed off their weird … Read more on Washington Examiner Millions watch live “Eagle Cam” in Decorah, Iowa for third…