See The Amazing Technologies of 2013

Game Stick

The Game Stick is the world’s most portable TV game console, the size of a USB Flash drive and costs $79.99. It connects directly to your TV via HDMI allowing you to play your favourite Android games in Full HD with the aid of its own Bluetooth controller.



Tile is a tiny GPS gadget that you place in your wallet, bag etc and lets you know their location using a mobile app. Lost your bag, wallet, keys?? You can locate them via your phone.


Gravity Light

The GravityLight is a lamp that doesn’t require any electrical power source, it works with gravity. All you have to do to make it work is to attach something heavy to a cord, this pulls a rope slowly through a number of gears and can power a bulb for 30 mins. It can be used over and over again, anytime.


The Motorised Bike Wheel
This wheel called “FlyKly Smart Wheel” is a special wheel that attaches to any bike wheel and turns your bike into an e-bike. It is a cool way of giving your bike an e-boost with a top speed of 20 mph which can be controlled using a smartwatch or phone.


Google Glass


Google Glass is one out of many Google’s pet projects, it is a wearable mobile computer that displays information like a smartphone in hands-free format, can communicate with the Internet via voice commands, take pictures, records what you see, shows direction etc its just like a digital companion. Based on several reviews i have read about this this gadget, i’ll say its amazing. Its one of the devices to shake the world this coming year. Watch Out!



Oculus Rift

The Oculus Rift is an awesome gadget for gamers, it is a set of virtual reality goggles that make you feel you’re in another world. It is a virtual reality device that puts you inside video games, Amazing! isnt it? turn your head in any direction and you’ll look around the game world in real time, you can run around, fight, race and fly, doing things that couldn’t be done easily in the real world. The Oculus Rift works with your computer or mobile devices.



Nvidia Shield

The Nvidia Shield is a gaming device brought to you courtesy the graphics hardware giant Nvidia, it consists of a regular eight-button console-size gamepad with dual analog sticks, a 5-inch (130 mm) touchscreen display with 1280×720 pixel resolution running on Android 4.2.1

The Ubuntu Edge
The Ubuntu Edge is a proposed hybrid smartphone by Canonical Ltd. But the Ubuntu Edge is more than a smartphone, I call it ‘Trinity’ (3-in-1), it is a device that can function as a smartphone (dual booting Ubuntu Touch and Android) and can also be operated as a Desktop PC running Ubuntu (Linux) OS with the aid of an external keyboard, monitor and mouse attached. Watch out for this gadget in 2014!








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