Fusfoo brings you the top 5 tech products you should know about this week!
#5. ROKU BRINGS NEW STREAMING SOLUTIONS.
Roku has released an updated line of streaming media devices with new features to rival those of industry competitors Chromecast and Amazon Fire TV Stick. In addition to a Roku branded smart TV, the company now offers six additional products that vary by price, portability, picture quality and stream speed. Additional software interface and app remote updates are set to accompany the new hardware.
Learn more: at Roku
#RokuNew #StreamSolutions #MeTV
#4. BRING OLD SPEAKERS BACK FROM THE DEAD.
Vamp Stereo + Speaker promises to resurrect your old speakers, turning them into portable, Bluetooth versions of their old plugged-in selves. The Vamp stereo streams audio from any smartphone or laptop (or from a direct input cord), and plays back through any two external speakers. The device holds a 10 hour charge and recharges via Micro-USB cable. Also available is the Vamp speaker, a stand-alone speaker made of recycled materials that interfaces directly with Vamp stereo.
Vamp Kickstarter Page
#BlueTuneIn #VampSound #SpeakerRecycle
#3. PHOTOMATH APP SOLVES LOTS OF PROBLEMS.
Photomath is a point-and-click mobile app that scans math equations, computes an answer and displays the steps taken to solve it. Previously available only on Mac devices, the app is now making the jump to Android, where it will feature an updated solution screen and the ability to process quadratic equations and inequalities. The Android app also features faster processing and a revamped solution screen.
PhotoMath Main Site
#EquationSolution #MobileMath #AndroidApps
#2. SNAPCHAT GLASSES ARE COMING SOON.
Snapchat, now known corporately as Snap Inc., has announced the release of Spectacles, a new line of sunglasses with Snapchat enabled cameras embedded in them. Capable of snapping 10 or 30 second videos, Spectacles feature small lights on both sides of the frames that indicate when they are recording. All videos, which play full-screen no matter which direction the playback device is held, can transfer directly to Snapchat memories or be saved on the Spectacles.
#SnapApp #SurveillanceShades #Spectators
#1. SIT WITH US BRINGS ALL TEENS TO THE TABLE. CREATED BY A TEEN.
An 11th-grader from Sherman Oaks, Calif., has brainstormed a new app called Sit With Us, a private mobile tool designed to help teens avoid the stress of finding a spot to eat in the school lunchroom. After registering via Facebook or e-mail, students can either view open table locations, or register as an ambassador and organize an open table themselves. Sit With Us joins a number of other school-based apps being developed to unite students of different backgrounds and social crowds.
Sit With Us News Story
#SchoolTools #LunchLove #NoBullying