Monthly Archives: October 2014

Free Software October 14, 2014 posted by

EVDA Anon Private Browser TOR – the perfect way to keep your browsing secure on your Android smartphone [Freeware]

Keeping your affairs private is something that’s important to many people, and not just because they’re doing something wrong. It can be as simple as stopping villains stealing your ID to staying safe in a hostile dictatorship country, and it can be serious stuff. So it’s always good when more tools come on to the market to help people stay safe.

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EVDA Anon Private Browser TOR – the perfect way to keep your browsing secure on your Android smartphone [Freeware]
Gadgets October 13, 2014 posted by

Portable Voice Clarifying TV Speaker – now you can hear the words you keep missing

What is it about modern televisions and the spoken dialog on shows? Everyone seems to be focused on big boom box type sounds, with heavy bass for the explosions etc, but there’s not a lot of attention being paid to actually hearing what the actors say during the shows, which means it’s easy to miss important things simply because your TV won’t pick up dialog audio properly.

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Portable Voice Clarifying TV Speaker – now you can hear the words you keep missing
Fun & Games October 13, 2014 posted by

Cocoro Lie Detector Headset – liar, liar, head’s on fire

What would the world be like if we could all tell if everyone was telling the truth or not? Would that make things better or worse? The idea is so radical that there was a huge selling book about it called The Truth Machine (free download available here), which offered up a rather surreal view of a world where truth was the only way of life.

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Cocoro Lie Detector Headset – liar, liar, head’s on fire
nice idea... October 10, 2014 posted by

Dancing Traffic Light gets more people to stop

Traffic lights are boring. But this past summer in Lisbon, Portugal, a new phenomena helped pedestrians stay safer and have fun too. The Dancing Traffic Light was created by the Smart Company, the same firm that brought us the Smart Car. This light was part of an ad campaign by Smart called #WhatAreYouFor as in For More Safety. This innovative light has been configured to mimic dance moves from passersby. Pedestrians are encouraged to enter a nearby booth, select music…

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Dancing Traffic Light gets more people to stop