Marvel has partnered with Fetch to develop a line of clothing for dogs
Meagan Marie as Magdalena
I would never let my man take up this much closet space. EVER!!!
Sony has recently showcased its line of electric power sockets and plugs that can control the power usage based on the user, device or source.
The “smart sockets” only dish out electricity to approved users or devices, and a home power grid that constantly tracks electricity use by time and appliance. Sony has no firm date for when the technology will be released, but hopes to cooperate with appliance makers, power companies, and large infrastructure developers in rolling it out.
The company said the concept could also be applied to public outlets, for instance those available at airports or for charging electric vehicles. Consumers could “log in” by tapping personal touch cards to the outlets, then be charged by the amount of electricity they use, similar to the way gas stations operate.
The Beam Brush is a small and handy device that checks the dental condition of your teeth and sends it to your cellphone. There, an app will help you study the observations received by the brush.
The Genius Cavimanus Virtual 7.1 Vibrating Gaming Headset will feature a couple of neodymium drivers, a unique vibrating function, a frequency response between 20Hz and 20kHz and 96dB sensitivity. There’s also an anti-corrosive USB jack.
British designer Craig Lawrence has designed a dress made from 500 meters of cables. Commissioned by two electrical appliances chains PC World and Currys, this dress is meant to highlight how much cable is lying around in the average home connected to electrical devices. Made entirely of HDMI cables by Sandstrom, this dress is a feat in engineering. Sandstrom is a Scandinavian technology brand known for their design, available exclusively at Currys and PC World. And now, this dress will also be exclusively displayed at the Currys and PC World stores.