Saturday, October 19, 2013

READY BATT-Power in Your Pocket

It’s a portable, pocket-sized, 800 mAh li-polymer battery that gives an iPhone battery 85 more hours of standby time or 2.5 more hours of talk, text, web surfing time.

READY BATT-Power in Your Pocket


It is available in 4 different colors i.e pink, blue, green, black 




It also comes in a stylish design keychains which are very easy to carry.

Stylish Design Keychains

Stylish  Keychains


Dimensions: 2.4 x 1.5 x .6 in.
Weight: 8 oz.


  1. Input: 5.0V/1.0A (Max)
  2. Output: 5.0V±0.25V/1.0A
  3. Charge Cycles: 10,000

Internal Technical Structure


ReadyBatt comes in two flavors! One for Apple products utilizing the Lightning Connecter and one for any micro-USB supported device- which of course means Androids as well as Windows phones.


Flip the slider located on the side of the device to expose the connecter and plug it into your device. After you’re done, use the Micro-USB cable and plug it into a USB outlet to recharge.

As it includes :-

  1. Micro-USB Cable for charging your ReadyBatt
  2. Wall Adapter for faster charging
  3. Standard Travel Case for extra protection

Now, some question may arise like :- 

1 .How many times can it charge my device?

That depends on the capacity of your device. The ReadyBatt is a 800 mAh battery.

If you want to get an idea , it can be as :
  1. An Apple iPhone 5 Battery is 1,420 mAh. So essentially it will charge your iPhone up to 60%.
  2. A Samsung Galaxy S4 Battery is rated at 2,600 mAh, so it will give you about 40% more power.
Finally, an iPad Mini battery has a capacity of 4,400 mAh, so that will net you about 23% more battery.

2. How long does the battery take to charge my device?

Approximately about 25 minutes to reach its full potential charge.

Expected Price :-

Retail Price is looking to be around $29.99 however you can get one on Kickstarter by pledging $25.

Real World Scenarios

  1. When you are trying to meet up with people in an unfamiliar place and your phone dies.
  2. If you run out of gas in a sketchy area and don’t have enough battery to call for help.
  3. When you are lost and can’t use GPS because your phone battery is dead.
  4. When you are expecting an important business call and your phone dies.
  5. If you are a parent and need your phone on in case your children call with emergencies- but your phone dies.
  6. If you are texting and autocorrect causes you to write something horrible but your phone dies before you can fix it!

ReadyBatt is convenient, easy, and always there when you need it. It allows you to control the power and never lets your battery get the best of you.

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Thursday, October 3, 2013

Chill your wine to 5 degrees in less than 45 seconds by V-Tex

A rapid cooling technology called V-Tex that can chill Fanta, lager or even Champagne from room temperature to 5 degrees in less than 45 seconds has been created by a British company.


The technology has been developed with the help of EU research funding and works on the basis of a cooling vortex that whizzes the drink round to chill it in record time, allowing you to uncork that bottle of white wine almost as soon as you bring it home from the shop.

While the V-Tex unit will manufactured and brought to market as a consumer product for anyone to put in their kitchens, it will also be a commercial product, and started life trying to solve an environmental problem very much caused by the commercial world.

Hall is dedicated to bridging the gap between environmental technology and the consumer market and has in the past invented a water-saving device for urinals. "Everyone's talking about the importance of reducing carbon emissions and lowering energy use, so we've got an opportunity to do something about it," he says.

He set about building a device that would chill lots of drinks of all different sizes and shapes quickly. To get the drinks to mix without fizzing, he had to use a collapsed vortex, called a Rankine Vortex.

Dutch researchers working with Hall developed an algorithm that provides the optimum speed for each type of drink, as bottles behave differently to cans, and glass, aluminium and plastic all have different heat transfer properties. The user enters the data about the drink into the control panel and the algorithm adjusts accordingly to provide the right spin speed.

The consumer version of the product might eventually be able to be incorporated into fridges, says Hall, and one commercial unit will be enough to replace up to seven drinks fridges.
Not only does the V-Tex benefit the environment, it could also seriously benefits retailers. Refrigeration accounts for over 70 percent of the energy costs facing small retailers, and 50 percent of the costs facing an average supermarket.

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Facebook Partners with Cisco to offer free Wi-Fi Internet at Hotels

As said by Cisco Systems Inc and Facebook Inc on Wednesday that they will work with big businesses such as hotels and retailers to provide free wireless Internet access to consumers who sign in using a Facebook log-in.

Facebook Partners with Cisco to offer free Wi-Fi Internet at Hotels

Cisco Chief Executive Officer John Chambers, in a speech at the Interop technology conference in New York, said the system would allow retailers to deliver tailored promotions or information to consumers who check in through Facebook when they arrive at a store.

Rather than having to get the provider's Wi-Fi access code, a visitor to a coffee shop or a hotel, for example, could connect to the Wi-Fi system simply by logging onto Facebook and "checking in" to the business' Facebook page.

Cisco said some customers of its Connected Mobile Experience Wi-Fi technology are currently testing the system.

Facebook is joining arch-rival Google Inc in helping its users connect directly to the Internet, which increases the amount of time they spend on the companies' advertising-supported websites. This service also helps it forge closer relationships with corporations by providing the businesses anonymous demographic data about Facebook users coming through their doors.

Facebook is not funding the Wi-Fi effort, and merchants would pay for the network equipment and broadband costs.

Earlier this year, Google announced plans to bring free wireless Internet access to 7,000 Starbucks Corp cafes across the United States.