This is what comes with the Everpurse
Place the purse on the charging mat, which is plugged in, and a full charge should last an average day. You don't need a special cord or a special case for your phone, you really just place it in the charging station inside the purse and let it charge on it's own.
Everpurse is 8.5" by 7", your standard clutch size. There's enough room for essentials like your wallet and keys and throw in a couple lip balms. I bought the fabric purse, and I wish I bought the leather. What happens if I tear the fabric? Do I have to buy a new Everpurse for the charger? I didn't want the option for the strap, since I would just throw this in my bag.
It takes the iPhone and Galaxy and if you upgrade your phone and you need a new charger; instead of purchasing a new Everpurse, pay $35 and they will send you a kit to install your new charger in your Everpurse.
The Everpurse did the simple task- it charged my phone. However, it was a little cumbersome for just a charger. If I was using it as the purpose of the clutch only, it would be great for running errands or a night out. However, I need more than a clutch and I could use a smaller charger I plug in via USB smaller than the Everpurse. I also had a larger case on my phone (the Otterbox to be specific) and it didn't fit. In order for me to use it, I have to remove my case, and it only allows for a slim case. It would also be nice if you can take out the charging station and put it in any other clutch Everpurse has but it's not made this way.
The charging pad is great, but it's also a little big to just charge the purse, plus the clutch is just one more thing to charge and make room for. I do love how it's magnetic and chargers wirelessly. It's also beautiful. I never thought I'd say this about a charger but even if I did have to make room for it on my nightstand, I don't mind the space taken up by something so nice to look at.
I think this is a great purse for the busy woman or someone who works all day and can't go home for a quick charge. The colors are fashionable and it looks like a bag, not a typical tech accessory. For $189 and up, the convince is worth it. It's a great company to watch for to see how else they expand the Everpurse. Buy it here.
Part 3: Through a Google Glass, SnarkyThis week, we've taken a journey through a world of pure imagination. Well, almost. We didn't tour a chocolate factory, but in the end, they flew away in a glass elevator, so I think the reference works.
Today, I'm going to take the opportunity to answer your questions about the Google Glass. These have been gathered through every means a question can be posed, from social media to delightful jabs to sour grapes.
Let's get to it!
What was your #ifihadglass application?
#ifihadglass, I would:
1. Chronicle 50 random acts of kindness.
2. Document my cross-country roadtrip in May. (Author's note: unfortunately since I got my Glass in July I could not do this, but I'm planning on a presentation of a scrapbooking project I've been doing from my trip to fulfill this desire)
3. Create a music video of life in Pittsburgh for my family living in Virginia.
4. Encounter a beluga whale.
5. I’m a writer: “Make good art” (Neil Gaiman said to do this).
Can you read on it?
Right now, you can read on websites. When you do a Google search, it will bring up websites you can visit. Once there, you can "look around" the site and click hyperlinks using a button along the side of the strip. There is not currently a way to view, say, ebooks or documents, but I'm excited to see what sorts of links will be made between Glass and Google Drive.
Is it water-proof?
No! Don't go swimming with Glass! This was relevant to my interests, given the beluga item on my Glass application. Since then, I've found there's no danger in going out and getting caught in a few sprinkles, but it's very sensitive technology.
How well does the voice recognition work?
Short answer: generally well. Google can recognize many familiar words and will adjust spelling as you speak. An interesting story, though...I was initially concerned because I really hate how voice programs won't take into account natural punctuation. This often results in an email going, "Hi Josh we should hang out at the movies I can't wait to see you have you had lunch yet talk more soon." With Glass, I found that when dictating emails, I could actually say, "Hi comma Josh exclamation point" and have it come out appropriately! Neat, huh?
What social media functions with Glass?
So many! Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Evernote, Pinterest and Tumblr are all accessible through MyGlass. Decide you don't want all that on there? You can toggle it off from the MyGlass page.
There are also new apps that are being developed outside of Google. For example, I am currently playing with Throughlass, a Facebook enhancement app. I also have a Glass To Do app, which allows me to make task lists on Glass.
Are you some kind of Glasshole?
Ah, Glasshole. A word I've unfortunately gotten used to over the last several months. The fact of the matter is this: there will always be people who have a negative outlook when it comes to new technology. And with good reason, I suppose: just as you will always have your friend who can't put their phone down, there will probably be those out there who will only have Glass off their face if it's charging.
Here's the thing: I enjoy playing with Glass and trying new things, but I am very conscientious about when and how I am using it. It isn't fair to generalize people who want to try something new and fun, especially during a time when the development of this device hinges on people experimenting with it and sharing their findings. Creating a negative atmosphere stunts growth by trying to make it seem like all Explorers are weird or annoying.
Is it worth it? (Another variation to this question is: what's the point?)
Another short answer: yes.
A longer answer that also address the variation: Google Glass is what you make of it. When I was deciding whether or not I wanted to buy one, I was pretty open-minded. I tried not to have any concrete expectations, and I allowed myself to be pleased with the opportunity to uncover its many mysterious qualities and abilities.
That said, if you are expecting an amazing cell phone, super capacity portable hard drive, and a digital camera that can photograph the eyelashes on a butterfly...all bundled into one Star-Trek-esque facial computer...sorry, pal. Consider this my invitation to join the club. I'd love that too, because Glass is not that.
If, instead, you are looking for something to enhance your perception of the world and put interaction with it in a more immediate reach, Glass is absolutely worth it. If you are looking for a tool to take your business to the next level or create a more personal interaction with customers, fans and loved ones, that is absolutely the point of Glass.
Part 2: Keeping It Glassy
From here, you can log into Wifi or hotspots by scanning a QR code. This is also important: you cannot access Wifi using the Glass on its own. You must be able to scan the code. The best way to access the many different aspects of the Glass’ capabilities is with the MyGlass app, available through Google. It should be noted, however, that the app requires Ice Cream Sandwich on Droid phones. But rest assured that, if you’re like me and have failed at maintaining the most up-to-date phone models, you can still use all the features except text messaging and GPS directions. Here is a very basic video of Glass’ features to segue
into the next section of information:
individual cards, which you can also select without voice command. This is where I’d like to get into a little bit of myth-busting. After I purchased Glass, it was no time at all before I started getting images like this from my ever-hilarious friends:
probably have roughly five seconds to start talking. If Glass can’t understand what you are saying, it won’t do anything. If you don’t enunciate, it won’t do anything. If it’s not on that first screen, it won’t do anything.
transducer, meaning that it transmits sound to the ear through the bones in your skull. It is insane and amazing. I have never experienced anything like it.
sense except physically – changing each day. Every update brings something new, something more polished and something safer. I am very excited to be a part of Glass’ evolution. Have any questions I didn't answer? Go ahead and post them in the comments. Tomorrow, I will be doing an FAQ for Glass based on the
questions I've received most since I bought this little toy.
If you’re interested in seeing Glass in action, check out my channel “Through the Google Glass” on Youtube.
Evernote is one of those dream applications with all of the qualities I love; a great web app, great desktop app, and great phone app all combined into organized. When you take a product that I already love and combine it with a beloved icon like Moleskine notebooks, you have magic and a product that the obsessed with order will love.
Complete with tags that can be recognized by your camera and the app, the notebook is designed with the purpose of having your pages scanned into the Evernote app for easy reference. While you don’t need one of these notebooks to copy your handwritten pages into Evernote, the added functionality, ease of use, and guaranteed readable quality definitely makes it worth it.
Designed exclusively to work with their proprietary app (for iOS and Android), Whitelines would’ve been perfect during my brief College stint as a paid notetaker. Similarly to the Evernote book, the Whiteline series of notebooks are designed for easy scanning for future reference. They combine this with a great feature allowing a simple check mark on the bottom of your page when scan to automatically email your notes directly to an address specified by you. When choosing between Whitelines and the Moleskine option, it might boil down to which color to you like more: White or Black.
While writing this post, my husband commented that he wished there was a pen that would just copy everything he wrote digitally. When I told him that existed, he was so excited I felt the need to include it (and note it down for a future holiday).
The Echo SmartPen series is designed to allow you to directly upload your writing to a variety of programs (including Evernote, Microsoft OneNote, and Google Docs) for future use. It also allows for recording, making this another tool I wish I had in college.
Any other suggestions of great products marrying our love of the hard copy with the digital age?
I am a heavy user of the Kindle Fire and I do not plan on replacing this case anytime in the near future! It is made of a durable rubber and provides excellent gripping for my heavy reading and my intense tower defense games. Thanks to this case, my Kindle has survived 2 falls without a scratch. In fact, I've "tested" it by having it tumble down a flight of stairs, hitting pretty hard, and it was still in tact. I think it could survive being tossed out of a second story window! It does however add a little weight or girth to the device. While it isn't "cute" like most of the cases that I gravitate towards, it provides the actual protection that my butterfingers need. The case pretty much envelops the whole Kindle, even covering the power button (but still keeping it functional, as it replaces it with a rubber power button.)
My only complaint is that if you already have a screen protector film like I do, the Gumdrop case screen protector plastic does not make a perfect seal. I get air in between film and plastic which can distort the surface, but even that's only noticeable when the LCD displays black. Another thing worth mentioning is that the rubber parts have to snap into a frame that holds the screen protector, and it is at these snap points that the rubber case comes out (only during really heavy use).
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I've recently been having some difficulties with my local photo lab due to a change of staff and the lack of control that I have with the quality of my photos is starting to really frustrate me - after asking my trustworthy film fanatic friends on Twitter - the favourite scanner seemed to be Epson Perfection V700 film scanner - unfortunately that scanner is double my budget, but in doing some research the V600 and the even cheaper, older V500 are both excellent choices if you budget isn't as generous.
As we are enjoying the last days of summer, I am filled with the desire for alfresco eating and watching my favorite films projected against the house. This digital projector would also be awesome for Friday the 13th movies on my bedroom wall!
What can I say? I feel like it's a birthday-Christmas-give-me-great-things kind of year, what with how many books are being put out by my favorite authors. Fortunately, The Milk one is a kid's book about a family's search for the eponymous milk. Adventures and oddness ensue.
I'm looking into buying an iPad mini because I'm in need of an e-reader (and am a bit of an Apple snob). When I do get the device, I'm certainly going to need this cover to keep it safe—and being able to show off my nerdy side while keeping it protected is a total bonus.
After installing hardwood floors throughout our house, I wanted to find a quick and easy way to clean them. I also didn't want to rely on any harsh chemicals since our floors will soon be home to a crawling ittle one. I picked up this Eureka Enviro Hard-Surface Floor Steamer and have put it to the test. It cleans really well and even works on super sticky hard to clean messes. (Which I'm sure there will be no shortage of when baby arrives!)
When I first heard that there was going to be a six-part audio adaptation of Neil Gaiman's NeverwhereI flipped out... well, mostly it's one of my favorite Gaiman novels and Benedict Cumberbatch's name was attached to the project. I mean, that man's voice... *fans self* On September 5 an audiobook of the entire production will be released including unaired material (extended scenes, bloopers) from the original BBC radio broadcast! This'll be perfect to listen to on a dreary fall day with a cup of chamomile tea.
Diablo III for PS3 is on my wishlist this month! This iconic role-playing game continues the battle against evil. Create the ultimate hero as you work through the interactive game environment while you explore the new take on character skill assignment and new batch of character classes. Defend the mortal world with the multiplayer functionality or go it alone (with up to three companions), it's your choice. While the changes to the gameplay may upset the fanboys, this Gadchick is looking forward to defending the land of Sanctuary.
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The Ouya is a micro console that runs on a modified version of the Android operating system. This means that the games in the Ouya library are downloadable, much like mobile games in a smartphone application store. It means that both the software and hardware of the Ouya are completely open to modification; in fact, the manufacturer encourages tinkering with the console. Even means that you can run a number of emulators on the device, which allows you to play games from vintage and handheld consoles like the Nintendo 64 or the Gameboy.
Operating system: Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean)
System-on-chip: Nvidia Tegra 3
CPU: 1.7 GHz Quad-Core ARM Cortex-A9
Storage capacity: 8 GB internal flash memory
Display: HDMI (1080p, 720p)
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce ULP GPU
Input: USB 2.0 (one), Micro USB
Controller input: wireless
Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n; Bluetooth LE 4.0; Ethernet port
Let's look at the pro's and con's on this new console.
-It's cheap. At only $99 for the console with one controller, the Ouya is at a pretty sweet price point, plus with a library of free games and demos isn't something many will regret.
-Every game is downloadable. No more gas or time wasted browsing at GameStop or Best Buy. Whenever you’re in front of the television, you can be surfing through the Ouya’s library of games (360 and growing) and picking out new ones to try.
-Every game is free to try. Every game for the Ouya is free to download and play. Have a credit card ready on file to start downloading, but won’t be charged until a game is purchased. There’s no rule to how the purchasing itself works—some games are demos with a set amount to play before paying for more; some offer extras on a pay-as-you-go basis, like mobile games’ “in-app purchases”; others have flexible pay-to-play price point, more like a “pay-what-you-can-to-play”. If you don’t want to pay at all, it’s completely possible to get hours of gameplay without spending a penny.
-It feels cheap. Or at least, the controller does. The controller is made of light plastic and lacks the weight of popular controllers. It made annoying squeaking sounds when you pressed certain buttons, and the design of the controller, while innovative, could use improvements: the touchpad in the center is a cool feature, but it can get in the way of play, and just getting the batteries in was confusing because you have to pull the arms of the controller apart (they're held together by strong magnets).
-Downloading takes time. Waiting for downloads is unavoidable no matter what the context, but it’s still frustrating. I would start a download and have to stay on that screen until the game was done because any attempt to go back to browsing during that time would freeze the system and require a re-start, often at the loss of downloading progress. A recent update has enabled me to browse while downloading, but the Ouya will still freeze if I try to download several games and continue browsing all at once.
-The price points of games are unclear. There is a comprehensive range of options for paying to play, depending on the game, but no price points—in fact, no real information—is given to the user on any given game’s description page. A short description and perhaps a screenshot or two is all you get. This can make for a fun surprise sometimes, but it’s also frustrating if you’re looking for something particular or want to know what you’re getting into.
So who should try the Ouya?
-New gamers or gamers with kids. Ouya would be a great starter system for someone who isn’t really a “gamer” but is curious.. It’s inexpensive and offers free games in a wide range of genres. It’s not a huge investment, and it could be a reasonable gift for a kid you want to keep off your more expensive consoles.
-Handheld or mobile devotees who want to try console gaming. Its form and function make it one step up from handheld systems like the Nintendo DS and the PSP, or smart phones with mobile games. Mobile gamers in particular will find the Ouya’s download-only system of purchasing games comforting and familiar.
-Gamers on a budget. As a college student, myself, I can think of several ways in which the Ouya is perfect for gamers who are currently on a strict budget. Saving $100 for the Ouya is a lot easier than saving several times that for one of the “big” consoles. The Ouya can’t replace, or compete with, the PlayStation or the Xbox, but it could be plenty satisfactory for the poor college student needing a quick video game fix. The lower price also means you won’t be out as many if the console is stolen or broken.
-Gamers who love to travel.. The portability of the Ouya really comes into play here. Traveling and console gaming aren’t two things that can readily mix; you can’t really just throw your Xbox and a controller in your carry-on bag and be on your way. But the Ouya could fit in something as small as a medium-size purse, and since all you need to use it is a TV with an HDMI port, a power outlet and a WiFi network, it’ll be easy to set up in any hotel room.
From my experience with the Ouya, I’ve come to the conclusion that this game system is for a certain type of person—or several certain types of people, really. Which one are you? You can buy the Ouya here for $99.
I didn't start feeling my baby move until half way through my pregnancy, around week 20, and even then it was very sporadic. I used the AngelSounds Fetal Doppler throughout my entire pregnancy. It's such a treat to be able to listen to babies heartbeat when you aren't at your healthcare providers appointments and in the comfort of your own home. A special feature on this Doppler is that is has two headphone jacks so both your and your significant other can listen at the same time.
To use the Doppler, you're going to need ultrasound gel though I used baby oil when I ran out and it worked just as well. It may take a while to find the babies heartbeat at first, especially when you are still early on in your pregnancy. The only thing that isn't so great about the Doppler is that when you move it to another location on your belly, the friction rub is super loud. I highly recommend turning down the volume whenever you move it to another location on your belly and then turning it back up to look for a heartbeat. This isn't as advanced as the Doppler your doctor uses but after some practice, it gets to be extremely easy to use and well worth the price for the reassurance that your baby is doing alright.
You can purchase the AngelSounds Doppler here for $33.
A cinematic and philosophical look at the growth of a young woman from teen to adult trying to understand a supernatural force in her life, Beyond: Two Souls is the game I'm most excited for this fall. Starring
Ellen Page and Willem Dafoe from Quantic Dream, maker of Heavy Rain, the game uses motion capture technology for a realistic and immersive experience.
Confession time: I've never played a Pokemon game. Maybe I was too old when they became popular or maybe I was too busy thinking that I was too old for it, but either way, Pokemon remains a largely unknown in my trivia vaults. However, similarly to how Animal Crossing: New Leaf suddenly took over our Twitter and Tumblr feeds, Pokemon X and Y will soon be taking over the internet as everyone relives nostalgia. This
might even be the best time for me to learn what the big deal is, especially when I finally take a break from Animal Crossing.
To help you find your new favorite character or creator, here are five great web-comics that you need to check out. Make sure to leave your suggestions in the comments!
1. Anu-Anulan and Yir’s Daughter by Emily Carroll A beautifully drawn and written love story, this folk tale isn't long but may send you down the rabbit hole of exploring Emily Carroll's other pieces of work. Carroll's story about a goddess who falls in love with the silvery braids of a mortal feels ageless and ancient all at the same time.
2. Help Us Great Warrior by Madéleine Flores
Quick and quirky strips, Help Us Great Warrior is the story of the most fabulous and brave warrior who knows the importance of both eyeliner and selflessness. Each strip is giggle inducing and addictive, once you
start reading, you will find yourself at the start of the archive before you know it.
3. Nimona by Noelle Stevenson
needs to have her own movie or television show or any other way for me to get to see her more often. While an upcoming book is in the work, the web-comic will need to satiate my needs for now. An often endearing and always entertaining series, Nimona is about a supervillain and his shape-shifting sidekick traveling, getting into fights, and showing thatthe good guys aren't always the heroes.
4. Doctor Cat by Sarah Sobole
Not all comics need to be serious or have a message beyond stuff that is great like a cat who is a doctor. Literally about an adorable cat who practices medicine, readers are able to see his co-workers at the
hospital, how cute his patients find him, and his buddy lawyer cat.
5. Strong Female Protagonist written by Brennan Lee Mulligan and drawn by Molly Ostertag
The only superhero comic on the list, Strong Female Protagonist is the book that you need to find on the shelf when you realized that your comic book shop pull list is lady deficient. About a female superhero who
retires from fighting super-villains to go to college and learn what real world heroism is, Mulligan and Ostertag have created a character that feels honest and relatable to comic book readers.
Apartment Therapy ran a great round up of nerdy books perfect for your baby. Including the adorably named, CSS for Babies.
a new architecture set, designed for the future architect in your life, the little one who wants a blank canvas to create, or yourself. All adults should have at least one Lego set.
Don't let him creep you out, he's here to help out your kids with some tech support.
BBC launches CBeebies Playtime App for Apple, Kindle and Android. Read all about the new playtime app here via Engadget.
How cool is this R2D2 LEGO? I'm sure to most parents aren't crazy about losing a piece or two and finding them embedded to the skin of their bottom foot, but how fun are they? It took a few hours but Diana got it done! Check it out here.
Gadchick writers who are moms-to-be already have our names picked out for baby, but if I didn't have a family name yet, I would have loved to own this book, Sci Fi Baby Names.
BrightNest is one of my favorite current iPhone apps and one of my most awaited push notification each week. After learning more about your interests and needs as a homeowner or renter, BrightNest provides quick weekly suggestions and DIYs on how to have the best house ever. These articles are also available online and many deal closely with the needs of parents. Check out a few like Help Your Kids Go Green, Kid-Proof Your Kitchen, or 11 Ways To Use Baby Wipes Around The House.
There is very little to say besides that this is one of the simplest and best DIYs of all time and makes me want to do this adult-sized one morning.
RedBubble is a great place for adorably nerdy and tiny clothes. From tech-friendly and very hungry caterpillars to your own little vault dweller, there are a ton of options by small designers to ensure your child is the most fashionable geek in their playgroup.
However, for many of us gadget fans, we can remember fondly our own childhood of first CD players and brick-sized Game Boys. Part of our future love of technology came from that early exposure and if you have children in your life, you can help inspire that same love by choosing the best gadgets to expose them to. Luckily as our children slowly take over our tablets and smartphones, new kid-focused gadgets and technology stores have come out to let you take back (or kid-proof) your tools.
Maker Shed is a technology and DIYers dream store. From robot kits to circuit boards, there are options for soldering newbies and McGyvers of all levels. For kids, they have numerous projects that could be perfect for your little engineer. The Squishy Circuits Kit is a great example of an introductory project, using dough and LEDs to teach children about circuits. Another great option is the Sound Kaleidoscope Kit that walks you through building a speaker and microphone to explore frequencies and, using colored sand, display sound waves.
For many of us, our first gadget was a Nintendo product. You can recount your first Zelda game or the color of your first Game Boy, even tracing back your constant love of Tetris on long car rides (or that may just be me). For today's kids, the Nintendo 3DS is a great hand-held device with tons of family-friendly games like Animal Crossing: New Leaf.
Robots are just cool. While we still wait for our own housekeeping maid, we may be able to inspire the future inventor of it with a neat robot kit. There are numerous great ones on the market from the adorable Tin Can Robot to your child's first J.A.R.V.I.S..
Sometimes, the best gadget for your kid is the gadget that is already in your house. But while they may be able to beat your Angry Birds score, they may not be able to hold on tightly to your phone or tablet. Luckily some great cases designed to take a beating are coming from companies like Fisher Price to protect your gadgets while letting your children explore.
Period Tracker (Free, on iOS and Android, pro version available)
This app dedicated to tracking your monthly period goes beyond being just useful to expectant moms. Instead, it allows all women to learn more about their cycle and health. I highly recommend it for a great UI, accurate calendar tools, and trend reporting.
Hypermunes Pregnancy Wheel (Free, on iOS)
Wondering about your due date? This app will help you estimate when the special day could come and is similar to a tool used in your doctor's office.
WebMD Pregnancy (Free, on iOS)
I've discussed my love of WebMD's apps before and their pregnancy app is no exception. With support for expectant moms, articles to answer your questions, and support when you need it most, this app will be indispensable during your pregnancy.
Peaceful Nursery (1.99, on iOS)
As you start to plan for your baby's arrival and stock your home, Peaceful Nursery provides you helpful shopping lists, tips for greening their room, and what to avoid.
Baby Connect (4.99, iOS/Kindle/Android/Web Application)
In the first year of parenthood, it can be difficult to keep all of your information straight. From feedings to appointments to naps, Baby Connect serves as one app to track all vital information about your child. Combining functionality like bottle/diaper tracking, milestone tracking, and reminders, Baby Connect replaces the need for several apps and gives you the peace of mind that you are remembering all moments from the first year.
WebMD Baby (Free, iOS/Android)
Another WebMD app that I"m happy to gush about. The first year of parenthood is plagued with questions such as, "Is it normal?" Or, "Should I worry?" This app helps placate your nerves and answer anything that might spring to mind during your 3 am feeding.
Toddler Flashcards (Free, on iOS and Android, pro version available)
It is never too soon to learn the word for dog in multiple languages. This app is a great tool for learning with your child in a quick, easily accessible format.
Family Organizer (Free, on iOS and Android)
Every family requires their own Martha Stewart, someone to track the calendar, ensure delicious meals, and guarantee they are living the most organized life possible. However, while you may not have your own staff of managers, chefs, and landscapers to manage this, you can have a great app like Family Organizer to track your family's vital information.
As a mom to be, I wanted the safest and best car seat on the market. After much research, the Orbit G2 Car Seat and Base was the winner, we researched and talked to close friends who owned the product. It's so easy to add to a seat, we're thinking of buying an extra base for grandparent's if needed. Watch the video below for our demo!
My favorite part of this week? Our baby photos. I had so much fun putting them together, we're giving away a $25 iTunes gift card to buy your favorite kid apps. Some rules to apply-
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