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Solution to Broken Smartphone Power Button - Bionic Goodies

Solution to Broken Smartphone Power Button - Bionic Goodies | The Goods | Scoop.it
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So your power button on your smartphone has given out and your contract doesn't go out for a year? Do you want to save money and still have a usable phone? Well then you came to the right place, and have had bad luck with your gadgets faulty power button like me.

Signs of a faulty power button:

Random restartsOwn a Galaxy SII (lol)Very sensitive buttonSometimes unresponsive butonStuck in a loop (assuming non-root related)


If you have any of these issues then you physical power button has probably failed just like mine. Okay my fix is not an actual 100% make it brand new kind, but a user friend solder-less way to get you by without having to spend any more money on your faulty phone.

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Bosch develops self-parking technology with phone app

Bosch develops self-parking technology with phone app | The Goods | Scoop.it
LAS VEGAS -- German supplier Robert Bosch GmbH has developed a self-parking function for vehicles that can be remotely activated by the driver via a cell phone. The self-parking system, which relies on ultra-sonic sensors ...
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INTEL introduces wearable devices and projects at CES

INTEL introduces wearable devices and projects at CES | The Goods | Scoop.it

Intel is introducing at CES several new products and projects focused on wearables:

 

Jarvis, a headset that can automatically integrate with a personal assistant app like Siri on a phone without touching it.A smartwatch with “geo-fencing” to monitor the person who’s wearing it. For example: in case of an emergency and a person steps out of the geo-fence, the watch can send out an alert.Wearable reference devices to accelerate wearable-device innovation, including smart earbuds that provide biometric and fitness capabilities, and a smart wireless charging bowl.Collaborations with Barneys New York, the Council of Fashion Designers of America and Opening Ceremony to explore and bring to market new smart wearable technologies, and to increase dialogue and cooperation between the fashion and technology industries.

 

Intel also introduced Intel Edison, a new Intel Quark technology-based computer housed in an SD card form factor with built-in wireless capabilities and support for multiple operating systems. Intel says it will “enable rapid innovation and product development by a range of inventors, entrepreneurs and consumer product designers when available this summer.”


Reference:Intel CEO Unveils Products, Initiatives and Collaborations for More Immersive, Intuitive Experiences and Increased Device Security 
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Future Gadgets to Expect in 2014 - Bionic Goodies

Future Gadgets to Expect in 2014 - Bionic Goodies | The Goods | Scoop.it
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4K displays to wearable gadgets (Lumus SmartGlass, Qualcomm Toq) 2014 will surely be a great year for technology evolution as these awesome gadgets become more and more affordable everyday, and built for the average consumer.

2013 Was already a crazy year in technology advancement its self, but it is almost over and it is now time to look ahead to 2014. Technology gossip probably buzzes as much as celebrity gossip, among us techies, with new and future gadgets that are constantly advancing. When a new gadget comes out we become so immune to its "newness" and start to take it for granted, and forget we didn't have touch screen phones and smartwatches a couple years back.

That is today, but what does the future hold? What awesome gadget will we own in 2014? Will we all hop on the smartglass train? We have a couple of ideas of what gadgets will be coming, but it is only a fraction of what we will see in 2014 because gadgets are advancing so quickly. From smarter gadgets to HD screens that make you feel like you are in real life, here is our look into 2014...

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3 Ways Pokemon Was Ruined Since Red and Blue - Bionic Goodies

3 Ways Pokemon Was Ruined Since Red and Blue - Bionic Goodies | The Goods | Scoop.it
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Most late 80's and 90's kids have played at least the Red or Blue version of Pokemon's first video game installment and are at least familiar how Pokemon works. You travel from city to city to battle made up characters, and everyone loves to raise their own Pokemon and to battle them. Through all the fight no one really truly gets hurt even though there is much clawing and burning going on, because that would probably make an adolescent mind sad, but no fear the cartoon and game is pretty wholesome and family friendly as a fire fight can get.

The first Pokemon game came out 15 years ago, and I remember asking for the blue version and my new Game Boy color, and most of us by now have not kept up with its later generations. If you have heard about the newer Pokemon and at the minimum looked into it you probably though chandelier and icecream Pokemon was just getting out of hand and ruining one of your favorite childhood games. If you stuck with the series you can say it grew up with you with a stunted imagination.....

 

 

 

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