Getting ready to grill this weekend? The Wireless Remote Cooking Thermometer comes in two parts, one for the unsuspecting steak and the other for you to hang onto. It displays the temperature and boldly announces when it is almost done then completely cooked. Water-resistant, it features a backlight for those late night bashes and needs 2 AA and 2 AAA batteries (not included.) The thermometer will keep your party from being a complete burnout for $69.95.
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Poor texters can now use TweetCall to speak their messages. A free service, after signing up, you dial up 1-877-TWEETCALL, tweet a bit and your voice is transcribed. The service is powered by Quicktate that uses real humans to proofread for correct syntax, spelling, punctuation and capitalization, not that most use them in the first place. And speaking rather than typing may result in your being cut off because you went past your 140 character limit.
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We always want to complain when we hear someone on a cellphone who is too loud. TheAudeo was originally designed for those who cannot speak but also can be utilized by those who can. Ambient designed the tech that translates thought into speech through a neckband by catching nerve signals. At this point, it recognizes about 150 words and phrases. The company is working on an improved version that will identify phonemes and thereby have a larger vocabulary base. This video is almost eerie, don’t you think?
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It’s about time somebody thought this would be a good idea. Nyrius’ Verbal Translator speaks and displays languages including French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Swedish, Portuguese, Dutch,Turkish, and English. It also has 8 conversational categories with full phrases, and alarm, phone book, world time display, and headphone jack so no one has to know that you are not bi-lingual. Made of plastic, and at a size of 4 x 21 x 1-inches, its MSRP is $69.98.
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