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Dave LeClair

Dave LeClair
Dave is an avid follower of all things mobile, gaming, and any kind of new technology he can get his hands on. Ever since he first played an NES as a child, he's been an absolute tech and gaming junkie.
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Rockochet prevents rocks from tripping up skateboarders

Skateboarding is an inherently dangerous activity. However, just because it's risky to hop on a board doesn't mean the risk of injury can't and shouldn't be decreased. One risk skateboarders face is large rocks that can cause the rider to trip forward. A new device called Rockochet aims to fix that, by sitting in front of the wheels and deflecting rocks away – leading to a safer, smoother ride.  Read More

The Light Bandit captures sunlight and allows you to use it in your home In order to get sunlight into the home, one has to simply open the curtains, but what about parts of a room that aren't near a window? Light Bandit captures the sunlight from a window and allows you to use that light on the other side of a room.  Read More

OXX claims that its COFFEEBOXX coffee maker can take a beating

Sometimes, all one needs to get through the workday is some coffee. Depending on where you work, though, getting a coffee maker onto the job site might end really poorly for the device, as most machines aren't designed to take a beating. That's the problem OXX set out to solve with the introduction of its COFFEEBOXX coffee maker. It's water-resistant, dust-proof, crush-proof, and all kinds of other proofs.  Read More

Amazon's Fire Phone is now available for $199 unlocked and contract-free

Amazon isn't exactly setting the world on fire with its Fire Phone. We didn't think the "gimmicky and overpriced phone" was worth picking up in our review, and the company is doing away with the second part of that issue now, as it has dropped the off-contract price to US$199.  Read More

Flow aims to change the way users interact with their devices

When it comes to interacting with our devices, the mouse and the touchscreen are the predominant methods. Senic, the team behind a new device called Flow, is aiming to change that by adding quite a few new ways for users to interact with their computers, smartphones, and tablets.  Read More

ImageTech aims to make printing from a smartphone or tablet possible on legacy printers, w...

Having a printer that can accept documents from a smartphone or tablet is great, but unfortunately, there are still a lot of legacy printers out there that can't print without wires. That's the problem that ImageTech is aiming to solve with its printWiFi and printUSB devices.  Read More

SMI's new technology adds eye-tracking to the Oculus Rift DK2

The Oculus Rift virtual reality headset could soon be getting a boost in functionality. SensoMotoric Instruments (SMI) is planning on adding eye tracking to the Oculus' recently-released Development Kit 2 (DK2).  Read More

The Pantelligent pan and its app

Cooking can be hard. The team at Pantelligent are aiming to make the process a little easier, though, by allowing users to connect their "smart" frying pan to a smartphone to monitor temperature and cook time ... taking the guesswork out of pan cooking.  Read More

Wrap turns an entire desktop into a dry erase board Dry erase boards are a great way to jot down ideas, schedules, or anything else that's going to be temporary. Wrap aims to take that concept and apply it to an entire desktop, but without requiring users to purchase an entire new desk. Instead, it simply covers the top of an existing one.  Read More

The Wearhaus Arc is aimed at making sharing music personal again

Headphones are, by their very nature, a solo experience. They enclose the user with his or her music, and block out the world around them. Wearhaus aims to change that with its new Arc headphones, that promise to allow users to connect with each other by streaming music to other Arc wearers.  Read More

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