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The TechCrunch Gadget team's events and product demos.
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access_time6 days ago
Meet Flippy, a burger flipping robot
access_time13 days ago
The X is the phone for a world where pricing isn’t an obstacle for users who simply want the latest and best of everything packed into one device. It’s at once fan service as the phone hits a big milestone and a tactic acknowledging that we’ve crossed a threshold into a world of truly premium flagships where a $999 price tag is, for many, an afterthought.
access_time18 days ago
Canvas Technologies is building an autonomous cart to move goods around factory floors. With its own proprietary computer vision stack, Canvas is building robots that can adapt to complex environments and produce 3D mappings on the fly.
access_time25 days ago
We got an early look at a handful of toys that'll be announced at Force Friday, the day Disney debuts all of the stuff they're building for the next Star Wars movie.
access_time27 days ago
BittBoy is a new third-party portable console that clearly owes a lot of inspiration to the GameBoy. The tiny handheld packs a library of “300” games built-in, controls that will feel familiar to any Nintendo fan, a battery you can recharge via microUSB and a 2.2-inch IPS display.
access_time1 month ago
After setting his stove on fire, gadget reviewer Doug Aamoth finds that he's capable of making grilled cheese if the only steps involved are putting the sandwich into a bag and putting the bag into the toaster.
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The Ojo scooter is designed to get you where you need to go. With a max speed of 20mph, it’s legal to ride in the bike lanes, but that doesn’t mean bikers will be happy about it.
access_time1 month ago
The Huger Tech Racer electric skateboard is one of the best under $1,000.
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Gadget reviewer Doug Aamoth knows that his wife's book club doesn't read books or even talk about books. Instead, they drink wine and complain about their husbands. So when book club comes to the Aamoth household, Doug needs a way to stream his living room-shackled PlayStation 4 to the computer upstairs.
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We've spent the last few days with the Essential phone. It's the latest project by Andy Rubin, co-founder of Android. Here's a quick unboxing.
access_time2 months ago
Gadget reviewer Doug Aamoth argues about whether it's "sick" sense or "sixth" sense as he gets a funny feeling that he has 231 online accounts. He then uses an online service to corral all of his accounts in one place so he can decide whether to delete them or not.
access_time2 months ago
Cycflix is a project that lets you hook a stationary bike up with your Netflix account so that your favorite shows only play if you stick to your fitness routine. It works by hooking up an Arduino to your stationary bike, which (with Byrne’s Python script) can control your Netflix based on how hard you’re pedaling.
access_time2 months ago
By all important measures except for one, gadget reviewer Doug Aamoth is a true American success story. The only thing that's missing? He doesn't have a tablet mounted to his kitchen wall that serves as a music player, TV, and digital organizer.
access_time2 months ago
Developed by Israel-based OTM Technologies, Phree is a digital pen that you can use on your arm, the wall, an apple - almost any surface.
access_time2 months ago
Ofo is the largest non-docking bicycle sharing platform in the world.
access_time2 months ago
Timekettle's WT2 earpieces translate Chinese to English and vice versa in real time.
access_time2 months ago
Timekettle's WT2 earpieces translate Chinese to English and vice versa in real time.
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Tito Hamze gives an in-depth review of the Sling Studio, a multi-camera production studio that turns your existing cameras wireless and makes your phones into cameras with the ability to control everything from an iPad as a switcher. It’s the most portable multi-cam setup I’ve ever used -- and it’s awesome!
access_time2 months ago
Solar powered Tertill keeps weeds in check.
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Gadget reviewer Doug Aamoth could spend $500 on a dealer-installed backup camera, but he's not a 26-year-old girl anymore. And installing a janky $30 system is out of the question, as his knowledge-worker hands musn't get dirty. Instead, he finds a $10 Android-powered camera that's weatherproof and installs in two minutes. Win-win!
access_time3 months ago
Bike-sharing is this year’s hottest tech trend in China. During our recent TechCrunch China event in Shenzhen last month, we took time out to get to know Mobike, one of the leading bike on-demand companies, and the bicycles it offers to consumers.
access_time3 months ago
The OrCam MyEye is a device for the visually impaired that can read text, recognize objects and faces.
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Lithium Cycles is a maker of e-bikes and is based out of Tustin, California. The Super 73 Scout weighs about the same as regular bikes, can be secured using the same locks, but has a lower learning curve than say, an electric skateboard. It’s fast, with a top speed of 20mph and a range of 40 miles. It’s available for pre-order now, at $1,395 and ships in December.
access_time3 months ago
Comma.ai launches its new product (Panda), Roche buys mySugr app and Tesla's making the largest battery storage facility. All this on Crunch Report.
access_time3 months ago
Gadget reviewer Doug Aamoth is a trend-setting thought leader who lives so far along the bleeding edge of technology that he's actually hydroplaning a bit. In this video, he shows off some tips and tricks for the Google Pixel XL - a phone that came out in October 2016 but he didn't buy until June 2017.
access_time3 months ago
Rokoko's Smartsuit Pro is revolutionizing motion capture.
access_time3 months ago
Gadget reviewer Doug Aamoth leaves his wife speechless on Mother's Day with the freestanding Della 2-in-1 water dispenser and ice maker. At $175, it ensures his spot as a clear frontrunner for the 2017 Husband of the Year award.
access_time3 months ago
Pittsburg-based startup Kaarta is building hardware devices for architects and engineers to create quick scans of rooms.
access_time3 months ago
These shoes by B-shoe help prevent the elderly from falling
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Despite zero fanfare being made about his 83rd video, gadget blogger Doug Aamoth remains professional enough to show you how to connect a high-quality USB condenser mic (like the Blue Microphones Yeti) to your Android phone. A cheap cable, a free app, and a sexy tech-blogger voice are all it takes.
access_time3 months ago
A team at Carnegie Mellon is teaching robots to identify object through touch.
access_time3 months ago
Ellie Q is a home robot meant to make technology simple and less intimidating and aims to help older generations age actively.
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Token has made one ring to rule all your passwords, payments and physical access.
access_time3 months ago
The $230 Echo Show is set to further cement Amazon’s dominance of the home assistant market.
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MIT's CSAIL department is using a wheelchair to test is self-driving car techonology
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We took Sony's new mirrorless flagship, the A9, out for a shoot in Chinatown.
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Your work life will never be the same after gadget reviewer Doug Aamoth shows you how to mirror your Android screen to Windows 10 and record it, all for free and without any special software required. Power. Prestige. Respect. These things and more can be yours.
access_time3 months ago
Through their dynamic actuator product, Hebi is trying to make building custom robots a DIY project.
access_time3 months ago
Like most of you, gadget reviewer Doug Aamoth can't get enough of gadget reviewer Doug Aamoth. Thankfully, the Waze app for Android lets him record his own voice so he can tell himself to hang louies and randys, advise himself to be his best self, and watch out for whoopsie-doodle fender-benders.
access_time3 months ago
Sphero's new Spider-Man toy shares stories, tells corny jokes and can sort of hold real conversations.
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It's hard to believe that Microsoft was able to make the latest generation Xbox so compact, and yet still so much more powerful. We had the chance to check out the console ourselves, and we were rather impressed.
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Ryan Lawler sits down with eero's CEO and Co-founder Kevin Weaver to learn about eero's new Beacon wifi router.
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Gadget reviewer Doug Aamoth has the ultimate physique - a perfect blend of a world-class body builder mixed with an elite triathlete mixed with an undefeated karate champion. So how does he stay so fit, yet travel so light?
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A breakdown of how Apple's new iMac Pro compares to the Microsoft Surface Studio.
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Gadget reviewer Doug Aamoth has a rocky relationship with birds vis-a-vis their daily deposits on his precious patio. Armed with $80 and hell-bent on keeping his patio sparkling, he leverages the Sun Joe SPX1000 pressure washer, a city-friendly unit meant for light jobs.
access_time4 months ago
DJI's new Spark drone is an impressive feat of engineering and a reminder that drones are a ways from being true mainstream devices. It’s DJI’s smallest and cheapest drone by far, and the company has also tossed in some neat gesture control tricks that make you feel like Luke Skywalker for the 16 minutes its in the air. But there are still some kinks to work out.
access_time4 months ago
Gadget reviewer Doug Aamoth reads selections from his wildly popular Cheers fan fiction podcast, but the background noise of the hissing fan makes the recording sound like amateur hour. He quickly strips out the noise using free software, making Frasier's and Carla's catch phrases sound better than ever.
access_time4 months ago
Desktop Metal's new additive manufacturing method uses FDM techniques making metal safer and easier to work with.
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The big news at DJI’s event in New York City is, as expected, pretty small. The world’s largest consumer drone maker cracked the code of portability with last year’s backpack-sized, folding prop Mavic Pro drone and now it’s back on the scene a little over six months later with the Spark, a palm-sized unit that makes the Mavic look downright massive by comparison.
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This is a car that you can control from your iPhone or Android, based on the Owen Wilson-voiced character from Pixar’s Cars franchise. (Cars 3 is coming out on June 16.) Ultimate Lightning McQueen is available today for a price of $299.
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