15 Cool Gadgets That Are Going To Sell Out Soon (part 2)


  1. Bluewire Antenna – Gift Free TV! 

Is there anyone on your gift list that likes watching sports, movies, and TV? If yes, we’ve got the best gift ever! The Bluewire Antenna offers an awesome selection of TV, movies, and sports programming, without subscriptions.

It is simple to install (can go right on a window near the TV), and can receive up to 100 HD stations for free without any other devices, USB sticks, smart TVs, converters, or anything else needed. All you need is the Bluewire TV Antenna and some spare time to watch the awesome TV it delivers (about 85% of the most popular stations for free.)

This is a unique gadget which can save you a ton of money and also makes for a great gift.

  1. Peeps™ – The Ultimate Glasses Cleaner

If you wear glasses, you may be tired of how often they get smudged, making you having to use your shirt to clean them. That’s the reason why we love Peeps! They are some of the best glasses cleaners in the world, using NASA carbon lens cleaning technology to help you have the most crystal clear view through your glassesx. Moreover, they’re very small and portable!

  1. Dodow – Give The Gift Of Awesome Sleep!

Different from the other sleep remedies which provide temporary solutions, Dodow really RETRAINS YOUR BRAIN to fall asleep by mesmerizing you to sleep! Its slow rhythmic light is designed to quiet your busy mind, relax your body, and slow your breathing – gently lulling you into a deep and peaceful slumber.

  1. Neck Hammock – Better Than a Chiropractor

Neck Hammock can quickly relieve neck pain at your own home. It gives you a controlled stretch, helping with increased circulation, fewer pinched nerves, and improved posture. Neck Hammock pulls the tension out of those tight and inflamed muscles in your neck while you are resting! Dr. Oz calls it “one of the best health finds of 2018!”


25 best sports gadgets (part 2)



Legmaster power is an affordable and effective exercise tool, which sculpts your lower appendages into a Greek god/goddess’s ones. By sliding your feet inwards and outwards on the ramp, it forces you to lift your body weight. The result is a workout which tones not only your inner thighs but also your lateral thigh muscles, abs, and buttocks. You can add extra weights to up the intensity.


It is an electric bicycle made by the makers of the Smart car. It uses a motor when required to supplement your pedal power and uses the energy that is gained when braking to replenish some of the battery (that gives it up to 100km per charge). It also has a charging dock for your smartphone, which is ideal for GPS navigation when in the saddle. However, it’s admittedly a little on the pricey side.


If you’re doing sporty activities in the wilderness, there is a case of the trots because of guzzling some dirty water. Camelbak all-clear is your savior. It uses UV light to neutralize the bacteria inside the bottle in only a mere minute. Each charge can purify up to 16 gallons of H2O. However, it’s only available in the US now.


If you’re a runner, normal earbud headphones aren’t much cop: rain and sweat can leak into them and fall out of your lugholes. To avoid this case, you should try these Sennheiser’s sporty in-ears, designed to stay locked in your shell-likes. They’re water resistant and also have a reflective strip on the neckband. And their sound quality is peachy for the price.


Adidas F50 Adizero TRX AG is ultra-lightweight football boots which are designed for artificial surfaces. They could help you become the fastest in your five-a-side league. The single layer SPRINTSKIN upper is super light and thin, the idea is that you can really feel the ball, therefore can kick and dribble it with greater accuracy.

15 Cool Gadgets That Are Going To Sell Out Soon (part 1)


Now here’s the list of 15 cool gadgets which are going to be selling like hotcakes in the year 2019. However, they’re only available ONLINE. You can’t find them in-stores. It’s expensive to sell retail so that the top gadget-makers are going straight-to-online.

  1. FIXD – Diagnose Your Own Car

Fixd has always been one of the biggest Kickstarter campaigns ever. It’s a revolutionary device which allows you to get info about what’s wrong with your car before you take it to a mechanic in order to avoid them taking advantage of you. Just plug the Fixd into your car, connect its device with your smartphone, and voila! It will tell you exactly what’s wrong with your car without any mechanic.

  1. Photostick – World’s Only Instant Photo Organizer

You may have known the risks that come with storing photos and videos on the computer or ‘the cloud’: viruses, power surges, and computer crashes could wipe out all of your digital memories just in a few seconds. That’s the reason why the Photostick is one of the most 2018 in-demand gadgets, selling more than 1,000 units per day. The Photostick is a clever device which was designed to protect your photos and videos.

It is easy to use the Photosick. All you have to do is connecting this small drive to your PC or Mac, then press ‘Go’ and it will sync your photos and videos into the stick automatically. It even can find and remove duplicates so you don’t have to spend time on deleting them manually.

No computer expertise or technical knowledge is required and all your photos and videos are safely stored offline and only you have access to them.

  1. Photostick Mobile – The Best Way To Protect Your iOS and Android Photos

The same as Photostick, Photostick Mobile are created to easily back everything up, except it’s for mobile devices. It is a perfect gift for a person who cherishes their memories. With only one push of a button, it will instantly find, organize, and secure all photos and videos on any mobile device so you will never lose any of them.

25 best sports gadgets (part 1)


The world of technology and the world of sport have an interesting relationship, so we’ve assembled 25 of the best sports-related gadgets in this list for you to get off the sofa and jog while you read.


Available only at NikeTown flagship store of London, the Nike+ FuelBand accelerometer-based movement sensor can track all your exercise and translate it into “NikeFuel” which fills up a daily target counter, changes an LED meter from red to green when it does so. It can also help you measure time, steps, and calories burned.


Do you think that the German lens-meisters have just made cameras? The fact is that: Leica Pinmaster II, designed for the well-heeled golfer, is the laser-toting which tells you exactly how far it is to the lake/pin/club/bunker house bar. It has the ability of accurate measurements up to 825 yards and features 7x magnification as well as a crystal clear LED display.


Known as the Selk’bag in the past, the MusucBag is a basic slanket to be used in hard cases: slip it on and you’re walking around in a sleeping bag which will keep you comfortably snug even in the coldest conditions. While couch potatoes are free to use in the house, when camping, it comes into its own by helping you get some shuteye almost everywhere.


The Freebord, a skateboard crossbred with a snowboard, features extra centre wheels which allow it to be ridden both in a perpendicular “stylee” and in regular fashion. You can slide, carve, slow down and stop wherever you want. The concept behind this gadget is that you have more flexibility and control than a normal skateboard delivers.


This go-to sports camera is for the sort of nutcases which love nothing more than cycling down scree-covered slopes, jumping off cliffs, or rafting through rapids in a boat. The near-unbreakable HD Hero can capture 1080p footage by using a wide angle lens. It also can be mounted on almost anything – helmets, bikes, and surfboards included.

10 Coolest Gadgets in 2018 (part 3)

Vuzix Blade Augmented Reality Glasses

Considering Alexa has made its own way into every Internet-connected product, it was only a matter of time before the digital butler came in smart glasses. The Vuzix Blade augmented reality glasses will help Alexa so that the wearers can ask for things such as the directions and the weather. This glass’s display sits more prominently in the view of the wearer than Google Glass and also looks much more colorful and crisp. If developers create compelling apps which blend Alexa’s capabilities and augmented reality, the Vuzix Blade augmented reality glasses could have much more promising potential.

Byton Concept Car

Byton wants to make your car become more like a living room rather than just a means of transportation. This is the idea behind its concept car, which is said to be launching in the U.S. in 2020 by the company.

The most striking characteristic of this car is its gigantic screen stretching across the entire dashboard. It will also provide facial recognition to identify the driver and load his or her settings when he or she enters the vehicle.

Movi Phone

Because smartphone screens have gotten larger, they have become our entertainment devices. However, there are still some occasions that you may want to watch movies, dramas, or TV shows on a much larger screen while a TV isn’t nearby. That’s the reason why the Movi smartphone comes in: The $599 Android phone has an integrated projector which can project 720p videos.

Philips SmartSleep

Philips’ product isn’t designed and produced to help you get more sleep, but to help you get the most out of your sleep. Philips’ headband emits a tone which is said to be able to improve slow wave sleep – the stage in the sleep cycle when breathing and brain waves slow to their lowest levels.

10 Coolest Gadgets in 2018 (part 2)

Samsung’s “The Wall” TV

According to Samsung, TVs needn’t be just one size. That’s the idea behind its new The Wall 146-inch TV, which is positioned as the first modular TV. by the company.

Samsung says that users can alter the shape and size of The Wall to make it become a multipurpose display. In a demo on the showroom floor, The Wall TV’s display looked like a smaller TV in the screen’s center, while the surrounding area was made to blend in with the wall which the TV was mounted on. And because this TV uses MicroLED technology, it can produce potentially infinite contrast and deeper black tones.

My Special Aflac Duck

There are many smart robotic toys which are designed with education in mind. But the interactive toy My Special Aflac Duck, developed by research and development workshop Sproutel, can do a very different but important job: to provide comfort to children who are diagnosed with cancer.

Children can mirror their care routines and express their feelings through the duck by holding a circular token to its chest and it will assume the corresponding emotion. For example, children hold a token with a smiling face or an angry face to the duck and it will react accordingly. This helps to provide a sense of companionship to children when they undergo treatment or therapy. The toy is expected to be available without cost for children who are diagnosed with cancer in late 2018 or early 2019.

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon and Yoga

Lenovo’s ThinkPad lineup is getting some new additions in 2018. All new ThinkPad computers contain a built-in physical webcam cover, a dazzling HDR display, and far-field microphones for speaking to Microsoft’s Cortana and Amazon’s Alexa. They also run on the newest eighth-generation processors of Intel.

The most impressive feature is the HDR support of these laptops, which makes colors look vivid and bol, adding more noticeable improvements than 4K resolution.

10 Coolest Gadgets in 2018 (part 1)

The year 2018 seems to be all about improving communication between making the car feel more personal, smart home gadgets and putting screens everywhere imaginable. Here’s a look at some of the coolest gadgets in this year.

  1. L’Oréal UV Sense

L’Oréal’s UV Sense is a battery-free sensor having the ability to detect ultraviolet exposure. It is small enough to be comfortably worn on your fingernail. The sensor includes a temperature sensor, a UV sensor, and an NFC antenna.

L’Oréal’s UV Sense can store data from up to three months and send the information to the accompanying app every time the user holds it close to his smartphone. The app keeps track of the user’s exposure levels and provides tips for managing the sun intake.

Although this sensor is designed for you to wear on your nail, L’Oréal will also release accessories so that you can wear it in different ways. The company worked with Yves Béhar, a designer and entrepreneur, on the product to resemble it the nail art rather than only a piece of wearable technology.

2. Lenovo Smart Display

The Smart Display, Lenovo’s Google Assistant-powered, feels like a sleeker, more attractive than Amazon Echo Show.

The same as Amazon’s touchscreen-enabled Echo, Lenovo Smart Display is a computer which is voice-activated with a screen to display supplementary information. For example, if you ask Google for restaurant recommendations, the Smart Display will pull up information about nearby eateries for you.

However, Lenovo’s Smart Display has more three key advantages than the Echo Show: it includes a larger screen, it can play YouTube videos, and it has a more polished design.

  1. Honda 3E Robotics Concept

Honda’s new concept robots designed to serve different functions are both cute and useful.

For example, Honda’s Robot 3E-A18 is a social empathy robot. According to the company, it’s meant to represent the idea that robots can support human-beings by providing a sense of understanding and compassion. Comparatively, Honda’s 3E-B18 is a chair concept robot, while its 3E-C18 contains cargo space for transporting materials.


The top Do-it-yourself SEO Tips you need to know (Part 2)

  1. DIY Public Relations

Although link authority is one of the main components of SEO, purchasing links is forbidden by search engines like Google and Bing. As a result, public relations come into play. If you have your own PR representatives, work with them in order not to invalidate their efforts. If you’re doing it yourself, please read on.

Google advises site owners to build obliging websites that they want to tell their friends about to visit over and over. This is Google’s answer to the question “how to get more links ethically?”

You should produce content that must be targeted to different segments of the media. Then, these contents will become conversation starters with different sites, as an enticement that let them write about or link to.

  1. Build Your Social Media Network

Join Twitter and at least one other social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn. Joining social media helps you to connect with your customers and offers a number of audiences for your content.

Nurturing these relationships develops your SEO in the long term. Increasing the view of your content also helps in increasing the likelihood that some of those audiences will blog about or link to it.

  1. Understand Google Analytics

You can’t optimize what you don’t measure. The importance of digital marketing analytics is nearly the same with financial reports in business.

So, try to understand basically about Google Analytics (or any other web analytics package your business uses). In Google Analytics, read the reports under Acquisition > All Traffic > Channels. Clicking on “Organic Search” will help you to analyze performance for your SEO program.

  1. Read an SEO Blog

Study an SEO guide such as my blog. Then subscribe to another SEO blog.

There are some helpful and free beginner SEO guides like Search Engine Land’s “Guide to SEO,” Moz’s “The Beginner’s Guide to SEO,” and Google’s “Search Engine Optimization Starter Guide.”

  1. Ask Questions

If you are stuck or have any question, join SEO communities like Google’s Webmaster Forum, WebmasterWorld Forum, Search Engine Watch Forum, to ask for instruction.

The top Do-it-yourself SEO Tips you need to know (Part 1)

Search engine optimization (SEO) is not advertising, but it still costs time and money. If you have the money but don’t have time, an SEO agency or consultant is an option. But if you don’t have enough money, use these do-it-yourself SEO tips to improve your organic rankings.

1. Master Keyword Research
Always begin with keyword research, don’t assume that you know what consumers want.
You may understand your industry jargon clearly, but your prospects might use different words and phrases to refer to your services or goods. Keyword research provides an understanding of the terms that consumers use to find your products. It also helps to judge the demand for them.
The best keyword research tools offer a quantitative demand score that helps define the relative value in directing each keyword theme. There are many popular free keyword research tools such as Google Trends, Keyword Shitter; AdWord & SEO Keyword Permutation Generator; Google Correlate; Keywords Everywhere.
2. Understand Your Competition
Search for the most important products and services you offer and note the top ranked websites in the search results, those that have the same business model with you and also the ones that don’t have the same one with you but compete for the same searches.
Also, remember their reviews and remark their social media activities to discover what their customers think unlike what you hear, or not, from your own.
3. Plan Your Site
By defining what consumers want and the keywords they use to find those products and services, identify your website to address those search queries.
Use long keyword themes which are longer and more specific in blog posts and FAQ pages.

4. Optimize Your Site
The next step is to optimize your site for search engines, accessibility, and performance. Website optimization is the process of using controlled experimentation to increase a website’s overall quality to drive business goals. If your website ranks highly in search engine results, is easy to use and loads quickly, it can help to increase your traffic and prevent user frustration.
5. Produce Regular Content
You don’t need to post content every day but publish your own content regularly, maybe weekly or at least monthly updates. New content is an important factor in keeping site visitors interested and coming back for more, so it will lead to higher search engine rankings. When writing new content, remember that each page should have at least 350 words.
Content does not need to be text, it can be a video with transcripts, or photographs with short textual descriptions.

What Exactly Is Internet of Things (IoT)?

Internet of Things, or simply IoT, is essentially a system of interrelated mechanical and digital machines, computer devices, objects, people or animals that are provided with UID’s (Unique Identifiers) along with the ability to send data over a network without the need for human-to-computer or human-to-human interaction.

A thing within the Internet of Things could either be an animal on a farm with a biochip transponder, an individual with an implant such as a heart monitor or a luxury vehicle with built-in sensors to notify the driver of oil levels, tire pressure, or assist with parking. Basically, it can be any man-made object that could be allocated an IP address and is capable to transfer data over a network.

Organizations in a broad range of industries are utilising Internet of Things to operate much more efficiently, improve decision-making, better understand customers where they can provide enhanced service, and increases the overall value of the organisation.

How Internet of Things Work

An Internet of Things ecosystem basically consists of smart devices that are web-enabled and utilise communication hardware, sensors, and embedded processors to act, send, and collect data they need from their environments. The IoT devices will share the data they collect from sensors by basically connecting to an Internet of Things gateway where the data is either analysed locally or sent to the cloud.

In some cases, these IoT devices will communicate with other devices that are related and will act on the information they receive from each other. The IoT devices perform most of the work without the need of human intervention. However, people could interact with IoT devices. For example, to give them instructions, set them up, or access the data. The communication, networking, and connectivity protocols used within these devices that are web-enabled greatly depend on the applications deployed.

Enterprise and Consumer IoT Applications

There are several applications of IoT in the real world, ranging from enterprise IoT and consumer IoT to industrial and manufacturing IoT. These IoT applications span across several verticals, such as energy, telco, automotive, and more. For example, in the consumer segment, smart homes equipped with smart applications, smart thermostats, and connected lighting, heating, and electronic devices can easily be remotely controlled by smartphones, computers, or other mobile devices.

In healthcare, Internet of Things provide loads of benefits, such as the ability to closely monitor a patient and use the generated data to analyse it. Smart buildings can rapidly reduce energy costs by utilising sensors to detect the number of occupants in a specific room. Businesses can use IoT to switch on air conditioners when a conference room is packed with people. IoT systems in agriculture can assist in monitoring soil moisture, humidity, light, and temperature by using connected sensors.

Benefits of IoT

There are loads of benefits to organisations that utilise Internet of Things, for instance:

• Improve customer experience
• Monitor overall business processes
• Save money and time
• Enhance the productivity of each employee
• Adapt and integrate business models
• Generate more revenue
• Make better decisions in the business