Tuesday, July 26, 2011

OnStar FMV Mirror

As we all know, driving can be really dangerous. In order to make people feel safe while driving, OnStar released a new piece of fantabulous car equipment.

OnStar FMV mirror has many features which allow you to drive in permanent security. It has Automatic Crash Response, which consists of a built-in accelerometer that detects a hit and automatically connects you with an OnStar advisor, voice navigation system, hands-free calling. More than that, OnStar FMV mirror is compatible with more than 75 vehicle models. It’s also easy to install and access.

It is available on BestBuy, $374.99.

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Logitech Internet Radio Gadget

Today I'm going to present to you a new internet radio gadget, the Logitech Squeezebox.

The gadget is a Wi-Fi Internet radio and wireless music player which allows you to listen to music whenever you are in a wireless internet area. You can tune in to thousands of Internet radio stations, listen to online music services like Pandora, Rhapsody, or even play songs from your own music library.

The music player is based on a software named Squeezebox Server (formerly SqueezeCenter and SlimServer), a streaming audio server developed to support the Squeezebox digital audio receivers. It supports a wide range of audio formats, including MP3, FLAC, WAV, Ogg, AAC.

Even though the technology that lies underneath is complex , the Logitech Squeezebox is simple to install and also very simple to operate. It’s very easy to add more Squeezebox players around your house so that you could listen to a different song in each room.

The product is available HERE for only $250.

Monday, July 18, 2011

New beginning

Today is a big day: WE ARE BACK.

We have a new website, www.dailytechresource.com, and we are inviting you to read our next posts, because we are going to have lots of them.

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Motion Activated Garden Guard

For all of you who want to protect your flower beds, garden and ponds from deer, raccoons, herons or domesticated animals, here is the latest, easiest, chemical-free device to use.

This is a motion activated garden sentry using infrared detection technology. When it detects something moving in it's 105° field-of-view, it sprays a forceful yet harmless stream of water. The targeted animals are scared by the sudden noise and the movement of the sprinkle and leave the area. The device requires a 9-volt battery which lasts four to six months.

You can buy this from HERE, for the price of $70.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Diving Prescription Mask

A few days ago I was surfing the web and I saw that there was no site displaying information about diving prescription masks, so I decided to write an article, helping those who might need it.

A diving prescriprion mask is almost a normal diving mask, only that it is for those who have eye problems. If you usually wear glasses and you want to practice diving, you surely need one of these. There are many types of lenses that can be ordered for anyone's prescription, so that you have no problem under water.

A few sites selling diving prescription masks: Prescription Dive Masks, Rx Dive Masks, Sea Vision USA.

Monday, March 16, 2009

The Talking Calculator

Here we have what I call a great invention: the talking calculator. This is a multifunctional device, mainly used as a calculator. The best thing about it is that it speaks loud what you are typing, so that you type correctly. It supports two languages: English and Mandarin.

The talking calculator also has many other functions, such as alarm, time displaying, calendar, etc. Another great thing is that it can be powered by USB or by AAA batteries.

This useful gadget is available HERE, for only $23.

Monday, February 16, 2009

iPod Video Goggles

Today I will present you the newest tool for those of you who have an iPod: The iPod Video Goggles. Anyone who has an iPod knows that it can play different types of video files, but this ability isn't used so much because of the small size of the screen (you must hold the iPod very close to your eyes to distinguish what the video is about).

The new goggles make this ability useful now. They project a virtual 24 inch TV right in front of your eyes just by connecting them to your iPod. They draw power directly from the iPod, being able to run between two (30 Gigabyte iPod Video) and more than four hours (80 Gigabyte iPod Video).

The product is available on amazon.com, HERE, at the amazing price of $110.