Bluesmart Luggage, Less Worries For Travelers

Traveling is fun! Visiting places, meeting nice people, making new friends and learning other cultures are basically what you do when you travel. But what is the one thing you hate the most about traveling? Getting robbed? Being a victim of a crime? Meeting undesirable people? Being in an accident? Certainly those are the most extreme things that you could encounter out there; however, the chances of them happening to you is slim at best and the only thing that makes traveling less fun is losing or misplacing your luggage.

Bluesmart the smart carry-on luggage And sometimes it’s the airline’s fault that you lost your luggage which is worst. A friend of mine once told me “this is the 21st century for crying out loud, why haven’t they invented the technology where we can just use our mobile phones to hail a cab over here at 2 O’ Clock in the morning?” that’s when we couldn’t get a ride in a remote region in South East Asia.

She had a good point though, except for two things: 1) it’s not that the technology hasn’t been invented yet, because it already has been, but it’s the cellphone app that is; and then 2) we were really really far from the city, so no driver would ever take the risk of going there at that hour and the cost of going there and taking us back to the city is just staggering. But that’s a different story, on the other hand when it comes to tracking and now controlling your luggage, there is good news for you! Someone actually invented a smart luggage and an app that allows you to keep in touch with your luggage through your smartphone 24/7 and it’s called, the Bluesmart luggage!
Bluesmart carry-onWhat is Bluesmart anyway? It is a state-of-the-art luggage with built-in technologies that surpasses the old ones you had. The Bluesmart digital luggage has GPRS that lets you track its location anytime anywhere. You can also lock it remotely using your mobile phone via its digital lock feature. From your phone, you can use the app in order to identify the accurate weight of your luggage and it will instantly notify you in case you forget to take it with you – it has a proximity detector. The Bluesmart luggage has a height of 21.5 inches (54.61cm), width14 inches (35.56 cm), depth 9 inches (22.86) and it has a weight of 8.5 lbs (3.8 kg) and for something seemingly small can pack your essentials.

The Bluesmart has ample divisions inside of it, the main compartment is actually the largest among them, which is also made of hard case where clothes, shoes, and other important stuff should be stored. Laptops, smartphones and other fragile objects are kept on a separate division. To be more specific, Bluesmart is made of special three-layer polycarbonate material which makes it unique and tough, although it has a soft part too, and it’s made of 1200D Polyester. The Bluesmart luggage is covered with Polyurethane externally which makes it water resistant and scratch proof.

Bluesmart has two USB power ports for charging your mobile phone or tablet considering that it has 10,000 mAh battery capacity it can handle 2 or more of your hand-held devices. Regarding its connectivity, it has a built-in GPS and Bluetooth that gives you data on your trip in terms of your location, distance, and the time spent for traveling. The Bluesmart luggage is pretty handy indeed! Bluesmart connecting to ipadAnd it takes a ton of your worries about traveling which means you will have more time to enjoy your trip.

LG G4 will Compete Strongly Against Apple’s iPhone 6 and Samsung’s Galaxy S6

 

LG is making a comeback with their G Series Smartphones and this will bring back the excitement that the Cookie did just 6 years ago.

New LG g4 flows like water  The best thing about smartphones manufactured by Asians is that they can load the phone with an insane amount of good stuff (that’s comparable to or even greater than US and EU-made phones) and still sell them at one third the price that Apple iPhones are being sold. But this time the Korea-based phone manufacturer dared to raise eyebrows when it plans to sell the G4 at around $800 – $1,000 which is surprisingly more expensive than the iPhone 6 and HTC One M9! However, they’ll give you a lot of the good stuff for the amount you’ll be paying, like upgraded screen and a more advanced camera, longer battery life, RAM, core processor speed and the new leather coating which is not available in any other phones.

The Design

Honestly, the leather back overlay for the LG G4 is kind of a step backwards, because you may get that nagging feeling that you’re purchasing a Louis Vuitton bag or boots instead of a smartphone; which is awkward – and that’s an understatement. Just wait ‘till it’s your turn to go shopping for this thing!

The huge 5.5-inch Quad HD display absolutely kills it! From the moment I touched the second-series prototype LG G4, I never wanted to put it down again and I even had this silent enthusiasm to ask the attendant if I could take it home with me, which was inappropriate and rude to a certain extent. Still, with all the emotions aside, there’s nothing NOT to like about the G4. It is as a premium brand quality as any other phone in the market!

LG G4 Leaked promotionThe plastic, ceramic and metallic versions of the G4 is not so terrible, in fact, they are comparable to the other top mobile phone manufacturers. However, I have to say that HTC, Samsung and Apple does it slightly better. Keep up the good work LG, you’re almost there!

I think that the main goal of LG is ergonomics as that’s what I’ve concluded when handling the G4 smartphone. It feels easy and light to the touch compared to other smartphones out there. The battery is also better in two significant ways: 1) it packs more power than other phones at 3000mAh and, 2) it’s removable.

I actually prefer the removable battery design over the unibody chassis that other phone manufacturers have added to their latest design features. The point is Lithium-Ion batteries can only last so long and after using it for 8 months on, their power factor is reduced by 18% or more, depending on how often you use your phone. Replacing the old battery with a new one is one way to go, of course, you can also use two or more batteries in reserve to lessen the charging time.

Massive phones have become the trend nowadays and if you don’t have one of those in your pocket or shoulder bag, then you’re certainly the sorest person to ever walk this Earth. But the bulky and wide horizontal surface makes them unwieldy, so the designers came up with an ingenious idea – make the edges curved to compensate for ergonomics! And it worked. Even the designers at LG realized this fact and included it in the G4.

The G4 has neatly tucked away all of the inconvenient pesky keys on the back of the phone just below the 16 megapixels camera; while most phone manufacturers have these in the front and sides of their phones.

LG G4 leakThe Display

Okay, our contenders for the maximum resolution on their respective phones’ display starts with Apple iPhone 6 (750 x 1334 @ 326 ppi) which is the lowest among the 6th gen smartphones on the market. Next we have HTC One M9 (1080 x 1920 @ 441 ppi), then comes the other Korean-made Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge (1440 x 2560 @ 557 ppi) which is more or less similar to the LG G4’s resolution [2560 x 1440 (Quad HD) @538 ppi].

The new Quantum IPS display on the LG G4 is probably the best I’ve ever seen to date, and I think it competes more with its homegrown rival, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge than Apple or other brands. I find the 5.5-inch display a bit difficult to navigate (makes you wish you had a stylus pen actually), but again, the screen will take your attention away from other inconveniences.

Deeper reds and brighter blues, that’s what’s mostly the QUAD HD does which means it has cinema quality images and videos. It should feel like blu-ray on a smartphone, yeah, that’s just how amazing this phone is. Apple had better watch its back, because Samsung will not be the only rival in the block soon, HTC, Lenovo and especially LG will want a huge chunk of the smartphone market!

LG G4 Poster soon releasedThe LG G4 also sport a new unlocking feature called, the “Knock Code.” It works differently with the security PIN and the swipe code that you may have already seen in other smartphones. The Knock Code works by tapping a couple of times on particular areas of the LG G4’s screen to wake it up from sleep. It is a more efficient way to unlock the phone and it’s much ‘cooler’ in my opinion.

Pros

•    Superb camera
•    Elegant leather back
•    Color-rich display

Cons

•    Camera launcher could be better
•    No QuickCharge technology
•    Jury is out on leather durability

Initial Verdict

Whatever the decision-making block did in LG for its latest G4 smartphone concept, they did it so well, because they focused on 3 things: a) great camera for photos, a colour rich display and excellent design features. It’s so much better than Apple’s iPhone 6 and HTC One M9 that it is, by far, the only one I could find worthy to compete with the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. I’m definitely getting the LG G4 when it opens up for sale next month and you should too!

Bill Murray: From SNL to Oscar Nominee

With his latest film coming out, Rock the Kasbah, sees Bill Murray play the manager of rock star Zooey Deschanel as they both travel to Afghanistan for a gig. The film follows Murray as he loses his star in the middle of Afghanistan. Murray then finds another singer he sees potential in, and attempts to get her to Kabul in order to sing in a competition. In celebration of the great funny man, we take a look back at his incredible career so far, spanning five decades and over 60 feature length films, not to mention a four year run on Saturday Night Live.

Bill Murray starring in The Ghost BustersWilliam James Murray was born in Wilmette, Illinois in 1950 to Lucille Collins and Edward Joseph Murray II. Bill got his first shot at acting in a short film back in 1973 in The Hat Act, playing a bookstore owner, but it only took two years for Murray to receive his big break on comedy sketch show Saturday Night live, along with soon to be collaborator Dan Akroyd. His first major feature film was 1979’s Meatballs, where he played Tripper, a film about counsellors and campers at a summer camp. Over the next three years, Murray starred in multiple comedies, including the two cult classics Caddyshack and Stripes.

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Kung Fury: An 80s Throwback Complete with Dinosaurs, Cops and David Hasselhoff

What started as an idea of paying tribute to everything that was great about 80s action films; buddy cops, cheesy dialogue, ninjas, dinosaurs and of course over the top action, Kung Fury swiftly picked up traction online and a Kickstarter campaign was underway. Adam Sandberg, the man behind Kung Fury, set out to make a short film which involves everything he loves about the 1980s.

Kung Fury Movie PosterHe had always wanted to make a film about dinosaurs, robots and cops, and felt the 80s were a perfect decade to combine them all. Prior to Kung Fury, Sandberg worked as a commercial director, where he shot music videos and television commercials. Upon quitting his job, he focussed on writing and directing a comedy action film that pays tribute to the 1980s. In December 2013, Sandberg decided it was time to start a Kickstarter campaign, hoping he would reach the goal of $200,000 in order to make the short film. Little did Sandberg know, but the project was about to explode, exceeding anything he expected. In just under a month, the campaign garnered over 17,000 backers, combining for an incredible $630,000.

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The Last Ship Season 1 Review and the Riveting Plotline for Season 2

The Last Ship - Logo

 

I just came across this amazing TV series adapted from William Brinkley’s best-selling novel, The Last Ship. The season premiere actually aired back in 2014 and I was quite disappointed having only watched it in reruns, but it was rewarding nonetheless and it got enough fan support and audience share for the studio to make a second season.

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NOKE: No Key, No Problem

It’s normal for people to think about their safety, in fact, psychologists say that we think a lot about our safety all the time that through the evolutionary process, we’ve developed several defense mechanisms in our mind and body in order to survive.

NOKE the bluetooth padlockToday, however, it’s not just about hunting food or fending off predators, but a lot of complicated things thrown into the mix of feeling secured. Besides thinking about our well-being we also think about our properties and how to keep them safe from thieves and burglars, our money from getting robbed and all other material possessions. So we made our homes hard to invade and even keep one or more firearms to fend off intruders, while in outdoors we lock our cars, bikes and other modes of transportation and keep our money in bank vaults with several security guards and a cutting-edge security system just to keep it safe.

noke unlock your lock with you deviceBut whatever your material possession is it will always require a lock and a key and these days that could be an inconvenience, so the guys at FUZ Designs created NOKE – a tough metal padlock that was built to respond to digital signals in order to lock and unlock itself. It requires no key you see, that’s why they gave it the name “NOKE.”

NOKE only recognizes Bluetooth signals, so it’s almost impossible to hack it, plus FUZ Designs added extra security measures in it in order to make it impregnable. You’ll need to use your smartphone in order lock or unlock the device; however, you don’t need an app or adjust the settings on your phone to do this, because it responds to the proximity of your phone, so all you have to do is bring the phone closer to it. If you have an Android phone that supports Bluetooth 4.0, then you can use the NOKE padlock as it is specifically compatible with it. FUZ Designs had intended to designed this device for multipurpose basis which will make it usable in almost anything and gives the user flexibility.

NOKE was made to look attractive on the outside but on the inside it is made of a very tough allow of hardened steel and boron which can withstand tempnoke no need for a key again - only your smartphone eratures of up to 2,348 Kelvin, you can be sure that your padlock will last through anything. This unique padlock is actually weatherproof and the hardened shell casing is very advantageous for its Lituim-Ion battery also. The NOKE keyless padlock is perfect for outdoors and using your smartphone’s Bluetooth 4.0 technology and lock or unlock it from 10 feet away (its minimum operational range). You can also share access to your NOKE with your friends by simply including them in your NOKE app, then they can use their smartphones to unlock it as well. Also, a special bike cable that cost $20 which stands as a shell for easy locking bicycles. It costs $59 for preorders and its retailing price will costs $89.

Your personal safety is of paramount importance, second comes your property and possessions and the rest is just pawn and loan stuff on a daily basis, but at least you got the NOKE keyless padlock for the little things that you cherish. Technology when used properly can be very advantageous for us all.

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