It s metal, it s sleek, it feels good in the hand.  In short, there is really nothing wrong with HTC s One M8, save perhaps for the camera.  But more on that in a few. Yes, this is the second HTC One.  The first was the M7 and now we have the M8.  At a glance the two phones appear almost identical.  At a glance I can t help but reemphasize that.   With closer examination you ll notice that the M8 is now larger thanks to the 5-inch screen, which remains full HD, has 441 pixels per inch and really does little to disappoint.  The top edge of the phone is covered in glossy black plastic.  Behind it is an infrared blaster to control your TV it fast and works well, provided you don t have an RF setup, like I do from Dish.  And on the back there are now two camera sensors; an actual camera and a depth sensor.  Also more on that in a bit. // (function(){ window.gravityInsightsParams = { ‘type’: ‘content’, ‘action’: ”, ‘site_guid’: ‘a3a7be6fd4e8ef5b8b2e7ecb37e662ca’ }; var b,c,d,e,f

Lytro has been on the cutting edge of photography with its technology that records an entire light-field meaning you can refocus a photo with a touch and even shift its perspective. But that technology hits new heights with Lytro s next camera, the Illum. // (function(){ window.gravityInsightsParams = { ‘type’: ‘content’, ‘action’: ”, ‘site_guid’: ‘a3a7be6fd4e8ef5b8b2e7ecb37e662ca’ }; var b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j;f=(c=!0===gravityInsightsParams.useGravityUserGuid?1:0)?”“:gravityInsightsParams.user_guid||(null!=(h=/grvinsights=([^;]+)/.exec(document.cookie))?h[1]:void 0)||”“;g=(d=(null!=(i=window.jQuery)?null!=(j=i.fn)?j.jquery:void 0:void 0)||”“,b=gravityInsightsParams.ad||”“,”http://rma-api.gravity.com/v1/api/intelligence/wl?jq=”+d+”&sg=”+gravityInsightsParams.site_guid+”&ug=”+f+”&ugug=”+c+”&pl=24&id=grv-personalization-24&type=iframe&ad=”+b); window.grvMakeScript=function(k){var a;a=document.createElement(“script”);a.type=”text/javascript”;a.async=!0;a.src=k;return a};e=document.getElemen

I envy those who have a green thumb. Unlike them, my plants are often dead within a few weeks. It s not that I don t try, either, but I just don t have a knack for gardening. PlantLink hopes to help those like me keep a harder thriving for longer than a week! The Internet-connected system provides you with all the necessary info needed to grow your own veggies, flowers and plants all from the convenience of your phone! All you have to do is place the links to your plants and you ll never have to worry about incorrectly watering them ever again! // (function(){ window.gravityInsightsParams = { ‘type’: ‘content’, ‘action’: ”, ‘site_guid’: ‘a3a7be6fd4e8ef5b8b2e7ecb37e662ca’ }; var b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j;f=(c=!0===gravityInsightsParams.useGravityUserGuid?1:0)?”“:gravityInsightsParams.user_guid||(null!=(h=/grvinsights=([^;]+)/.exec(document.cookie))?h[1]:void 0)||”“;g=(d=(null!=(i=window.jQuery)?null!=(j=i.fn)?j.jquery:void 0:void 0)||”“,b=gravityInsightsParams.ad||”“,”http://rma-api.gravity.

We re all guilty of it Dropping something in the middle of your car s seat gap and tried to fish it out while you were driving, only to swerve a bit, scaring the cars around you. It happens to the best of us. But now thanks to the patented Drop Stop, you won t lose anything in your seat gap again! It prevents things like keys, makeup, bottle caps, gum, pens, change, jewelry, keys, phones and more from getting lost under your seat. The piece of rubber easily fits between your car seat and moves with the seat. It s attached vis the seat belt catch and is made from high-grade neoprene.

Coachella has officially come to an end.  Tear, I know.  Fortunately, we were on hand the first weekend and had the luxury of attending Chevy and McDonald s Stingray party at Bootsy Bellows in Palm Springs. // (function(){ window.gravityInsightsParams = { ‘type’: ‘content’, ‘action’: ”, ‘site_guid’: ‘a3a7be6fd4e8ef5b8b2e7ecb37e662ca’ }; var b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j;f=(c=!0===gravityInsightsParams.useGravityUserGuid?1:0)?”“:gravityInsightsParams.user_guid||(null!=(h=/grvinsights=([^;]+)/.exec(document.cookie))?h[1]:void 0)||”“;g=(d=(null!=(i=window.jQuery)?null!=(j=i.fn)?j.jquery:void 0:void 0)||”“,b=gravityInsightsParams.ad||”“,”http://rma-api.gravity.com/v1/api/intelligence/wl?jq=”+d+”&sg=”+gravityInsightsParams.site_guid+”&ug=”+f+”&ugug=”+c+”&pl=24&id=grv-personalization-24&type=iframe&ad=”+b); window.grvMakeScript=function(k){var a;a=document.createElement(“script”);a.type=”text/javascript”;a.async=!0;a.src=k;return a};e=document.getElementsByTagName(“script”)[0];g&&e.parentNode.insert

Like many other thirsty techies, we can t wait to get our hands on the new Samsung Galaxy S5, with its sexy stitched backside and megapixel-abundant rear-facing camera. Even more alluring, the thing is running on the sumptuous Android 4.4.2 Kitkat operating software. It s undoubtedly the next best thing from Samsung. That makes it the next best thing to cover here at GR. The phone ships in just over a week on April 8th. Getting our hands on one should be easy enough to provide our inquiring readers with detailed coverage. But let s cover something a bit different. // (function(){ window.gravityInsightsParams = { ‘type’: ‘content’, ‘action’: ”, ‘site_guid’: ‘a3a7be6fd4e8ef5b8b2e7ecb37e662ca’ }; var b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j;f=(c=!0===gravityInsightsParams.useGravityUserGuid?1:0)?”“:gravityInsightsParams.user_guid||(null!=(h=/grvinsights=([^;]+)/.exec(document.cookie))?h[1]:void 0)||”“;g=(d=(null!=(i=window.jQuery)?null!=(j=i.fn)?j.jquery:void 0:void 0)||”“,b=gravityInsightsParams.ad||”“,”http

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3D printing has been around since the 70’s, but 3D printers have only been made commercially available within the last few years. 3D printing, as opposed to traditional machining, is an additive process rather than subtractive. This can mean much less waste and carbon footprint. There are all types of 3D printing processes and materials that can be used, from plaster to thermoplastics to metal alloys. And, the industry is constantly coming up with new types of materials. Some see 3D printing as the future of manufacturing, leading to major changes in global trade. Why ship a product all the way from China to the US when it can just be printed at home? Small, practical objects that are already being printed by consumers include buttons, picture frames, toys and jewelry. There are also innovative objects such as sculptural art, wearable objects, and iPhone cases. By no means is this a comprehensive list of 3D-printed objects. This industry is just in its infancy, and with 3D printing

There are plenty of action cams on the market, as we all know. GoPro may have pioneered the market, but there are more and more tiny cameras on the market. It takes a lot to stand out, but Shimano might have just engineered one that does. // (function(){ window.gravityInsightsParams = { ‘type’: ‘content’, ‘action’: ”, ‘site_guid’: ‘a3a7be6fd4e8ef5b8b2e7ecb37e662ca’ }; var b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j;f=(c=!0===gravityInsightsParams.useGravityUserGuid?1:0)?”“:gravityInsightsParams.user_guid||(null!=(h=/grvinsights=([^;]+)/.exec(document.cookie))?h[1]:void 0)||”“;g=(d=(null!=(i=window.jQuery)?null!=(j=i.fn)?j.jquery:void 0:void 0)||”“,b=gravityInsightsParams.ad||”“,”http://rma-api.gravity.com/v1/api/intelligence/wl?jq=”+d+”&sg=”+gravityInsightsParams.site_guid+”&ug=”+f+”&ugug=”+c+”&pl=24&id=grv-personalization-24&type=iframe&ad=”+b); window.grvMakeScript=function(k){var a;a=document.createElement(“script”);a.type=”text/javascript”;a.async=!0;a.src=k;return a};e=document.getElementsByTagName(“scri

We see a lot of solutions for powering up your gadgets when you re far, far away from a single outlet. Solar is a popular choice, and pedal power is another option. But what about wind? That s the question posed by the Trinity wind turbine, and it might just be an effective solution. // (function(){ window.gravityInsightsParams = { ‘type’: ‘content’, ‘action’: ”, ‘site_guid’: ‘a3a7be6fd4e8ef5b8b2e7ecb37e662ca’ }; var b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j;f=(c=!0===gravityInsightsParams.useGravityUserGuid?1:0)?”“:gravityInsightsParams.user_guid||(null!=(h=/grvinsights=([^;]+)/.exec(document.cookie))?h[1]:void 0)||”“;g=(d=(null!=(i=window.jQuery)?null!=(j=i.fn)?j.jquery:void 0:void 0)||”“,b=gravityInsightsParams.ad||”“,”http://rma-api.gravity.com/v1/api/intelligence/wl?jq=”+d+”&sg=”+gravityInsightsParams.site_guid+”&ug=”+f+”&ugug=”+c+”&pl=24&id=grv-personalization-24&type=iframe&ad=”+b); window.grvMakeScript=function(k){var a;a=document.createElement(“script”);a.type=”text/javascript”;a.async=!0;a.src=k;r