Yep, you guessed it! RunPee is an app that will tell you the best time to run and pee during a movie without missing the best scenes.
This app also tells you if there’s anything extra after the end credits?  Plus it will tell you how long the credits are and if the extras come at the end or during the credits.

So that the app doesn’t interrupt the movie experience, you can start a timer at the beginning of the movie, and the app will vibrate for you when it’s time for a pee break.

On top of all those features this app also gives the top ratings and reviews on the movies.

This is an excellent app for movie lovers out there!!

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The beauty of this little gadget is that not only does it supply hours of various gaming, it also includes augmented reality. Check out their website for more information as well as additional information on the games that are available.

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What is Sphero?

Coming Soon…

Sphero 2B takes on a new form factor, drives like it’s from the future, comes with interchangeable parts like tires and hubcaps for different terrain, and will launch with accessories for advanced gameplay. Powered with AI Superdrive capabilities, 2B is unreasonably fast and maneuverable. With only two points of contact, 2B can turn on a dime, launch off steep inclines, and tumble unlike anything you’ve seen.

Sphero 2B is also made for open play and is designed to inspire future inventors like Sphero’s young co-founders. And just like Sphero Original, Sphero 2B offers awesome new ways to play. Not just with its driving, programming, and multiplayer apps, but also by inspiring imagination through a robot that is completely programmable. We’re even working to have built-in infrared technology that will offer interactive and multiplayer gameplay.

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Flick! The easiest and simplest way to share documents, videos and images between iPads, iPhones, iPods, Macs, and other devices and operating systems. Check our website for details. It’s all done by simply flicking from one device to any nearby devices running the Flick app.

It’s hassle free! Place photos, notes, documents and contacts onto your Flicktop and flick to any other device running the app. The built-in Flicktop provides a safe layer where files are easily transferred with a simple flick gesture. Once the file lands on your Flicktop you can then decide whether to save or delete it.

One of the really cool features is Auto Destruct! You can set images or notes you send to your friends to auto destruct after a set amount of time. No more embarrassing photos or notes floating around! Great fun….

The app uses both WiFi and Bluetooth to connect devices and share files. Photos, videos, contacts, notes and games are available from within the app. Sharing other files such as Keynote, Pages and Numbers documents are handled via the “open in another app” feature from those apps.

To flick files to and from your Mac, download the free Flick for OS X from the Mac app store. On Mac devices the functionality is available only over WiFi.

For sending to and from other devices visit to download the free app from the flick website.

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– Flick photos, videos, notes, and contacts between iOS devices
– Flick photos, videos, notes, and contacts to Mac OSX devices
– Flick photos, videos, notes, and contacts to other devices and operating systems
– Flick documents from other apps using the “Open in another app” function.
– Broadcast files, photos or notes to all connected devices
– Set photos, notes and other documents to Auto Destruct
– Save received photos to camera roll
– Take a photo or video directly within the app
– Save documents received using “open in”
– Paste copied images or files onto the Flicktop for flicking to other devices
– Copy from the Flicktop to other apps
– Choose your own wall paper for your Flicktop
– Play Tic Tac Toe with other Flick users.
– Email all files on the Flicktop in a single email
– Flick Bitcoin requests between devices

FiLIP – Locator Watch for your Children

Looking for a phone for your child which allows them the freedom to investigate yet the safety of knowing where they are?
FiLIP is a phone for your child which allows your child to call you and it has a GPS locator on it so you’re able to see where they are. Another safety feature is an emergency button where when activated it send out a location beacon to 5 contacts until one is reached. And finally it is safe in that it only emits radio waves once activated and emits them away from the child.

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FiLIP is a cell phone reimagined for kids as a wearable device. Powerful two-way GSM cellular voice capability provides the same quality of coverage as you expect from the best smartphones.


FiLIP can locate your kids wherever they are. To ensure complete accuracy FiLIP uses more than just GPS – it utilizes a blend of assisted GPS, GSM cell tower location, and Wi-Fi hotspot triangulation to provide the most accurate location information indoors and out.


FiLIP has been designed with an Intelligent Emergency procedure. When activated, the emergency button triggers an automatic location beacon, ambient sound recording, and calls each of the five contacts until one is reached.


FiLIP is powerful but safe. It is the first wearable device with full mobile voice capability to earn government certification from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The unique design emits radio energy only when active, and directs it away from the child.

For additional information and to purchase, check out their website

Fitbit Force

Recently I purchased the Fitbit Force for both myself and my boyfriend for a wellness gift since we both love all things techie.

Fitbit has a variety of products to fit an individuals needs.

The beauty of the Force is that is does a multitude of things to track your daily movements such as steps, distance, calories burned, stairs climbed, active minutes, as well as sleep. There are goal setting tools, a clock and there is an app that you can use and sync with your fitbit product.

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Push yourself further with Force™


A powerful Force for everyday fitness, this sleek wristband is with you all the time. Stay motivated to keep moving with real-time stats right on your wrist. Track steps taken, distance traveled, calories burned, stairs climbed and active minutes throughout the day. At night, track your sleep and wake up silently with a vibrating alarm.


HAPIfork: Eat slowly, lose weight, feel great!

I know that one of my biggest problems is that I’m always running around so much that when I get a chance to eat, I typically inhale whatever I’m snacking on at the moment. Which leads me to feeling horrible moments later since I ate too quickly. A new technology tool is out there to help you monitor the effectiveness of your eating.

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Eating too fast leads to poor digestion and poor weight control. The HAPIfork, powered by Slow Control, is an electronic fork that helps you monitor and track your eating habits. It also alerts you with the help of indicator lights and gentle vibrations when you are eating too fast.

Every time you bring food from your plate to your mouth with your fork, this action is called: a “fork serving“. The HAPIfork also measures:

* How long it took to eat your meal.
* The amount of “fork servings” taken per minute.
* Intervals between “fork servings”.

This information is then uploaded via USB or Bluetooth to your Online Dashboard on to track your progress. The HAPIfork also comes with the HAPIfork and apps plus a coaching program to help improve your eating behavior.




Why is it important to eat slowly?

Originally developed by Slow Control for clinical or medical use, HAPIfork has today the potential to become a must-have utensil for everyone, available in every kitchen.

Since 2002, a series of scientific studies highlighted the negative effects related
to eating meals too quickly:

  • Weight gain: as during the meal, satiety is felt after about 20 minutes. The faster you eat, the more you eat.
  • Digestive problems: food that is eaten too quickly is often poorly chewed. The work of the digestive tract is made more difficult.
  • Gastric reflux: several studies have shown that the faster one eats, the more likely the possiblity of gastric reflux.
  • Postoperative complications: eating more slowly lessens the stress on weakened tissues.

Follow this link to access the latest scientific surveys about the benefits of eating slowly (a bibliography compiled by Slow Control).