The business side of innovation can be quite fascinating, just as much as new technology for social reasons. But yet, most people will tell you that technology is not a substitute for actual in-person socializing. It merely adds to the ease of facilitating, when not in physical company of a person. If you want to stay atop of new gadgets about to cross our marketplaces, you may find it helpful to plug yourself into the sources, like these summaries. Multiple ones can be a positive for doing so and introducing you to up and coming entities. Furthermore, for those of us writing, and of the topics we covered, among the reasons after enjoyment, includes a business side, also involving the passage of knowledge, about innovative products changing the current landscape, however defined, inclusive of lifestyle and economic trends.
We begin with Codice, a new MultiTouch product that allows every person on this planet to have their own ‘Personal 2D barcode to interact with MultiTaction displays’(http://www.multitaction.com/); X-Doria, a fashion designed shell to safely protect your MacBook Air (http://www.x-doria.com/); PowerFlask, a charging solution for smartdevices in the shape of a flask (http://digitaltreasures.com/dt/); mentalKase, an impact resistant case for the iPhone, in extreme outdoor adventures (http://mentalkase.com/); Klingg, a wearable code manager that keeps earphone cables out of your way while exercising, etc. (http://www.klingg.com/); Rolling luggage, designed with compartments for your laptop, iPad, and power cords (http://www.ec-bc.com/); Mobile Speakers, a mini speaker compatible with a Bluetooth-enabled smartphone (http://www.bemwireless.com/); Smartstick, turns your TV into a Smart TV (http://www.favientertainment.com/); Auris, an elegant Bluetooth receiver that turns your 30 pin dock into a wireless speaker system (http://www.bitemyapple.co/); SuckR, transform the iPhone into a mountable, ruggedized POV camera (http://store.hitcase.com/); Jabra Motion, a headset complete interoperable with all mobile devices and UC platforms (http://www.jabra.com/); Bluetune-solo, a portable Bluetooth speaker featuring X-Bass Sound System and built-in microphone (http://www.divoomusa.com/); BRV-1 speaker, a rugged palm sized water resistant speaker made for use at the beach, to the slopes, and to the bike trail (http://www.braven.com/); R300 Headphones, designed with Active Noise Cancelling technology and sound quality with 40mm drivers (http://www.ferrari-by-logic3.com/).