iBike App and iBike Dash “Always On” Update

I just got this as a press release.  Have not looked into it yet, so consider this post an FYI.   iBike Coach App The new iBike Coach App (designed to work exclusively with the iBike Dash CC), includes a new user interface, more extensive use of video instruction tutorials, a simpler product setup, easier… Read More

wireless bike monitor computer by IBIKE DASH

Another cool option to measure your speed, power, heart rate, wind speed, time, trip, elevation, and calories. Dash has a cool feature called the “HR Pacing Meter,” you can see at a glance whether your heart rate in the right zone. The HR Pacing Meter determines your fitness level with 5 Heart Rate Color Zones… Read More

Review of Path Tracker as an iphone bike computer

I did a survey of the various navigation apps out there and decided to give Path Tracker a try.  It was only 99c. Path Tracker is not like TrackThing where you get a graph and stats on the iphone. Instead, data is uploaded to a website as with GPS Tracker.  Except I never could get… Read More

iphone as a bicycle computer – the ebike tests

The last week has been insanely busy, so I have not even had time for a quick 10 mile ride in the hills.  I did however take my ebike to get lunch and did a recording just for fun. Now for those of you who do not ride electric bikes, (and I’m guessing that is… Read More

Skully Smart Helmet about to pass the 1 million mark on Indiegogo

If you ever needed proof of a market demand for a new type of product, do a crowd funding raise.  Skully, producers of the cyber motorcycle helmet that gives the rider a Google Glass like HUD, is just about to pass the $1 million dollar mark for money raised.  The helmet is pretty cool.  Take… Read More

Top Best Tech Wishes for 2013

2012 has been quite a year in tech, but things are still missing, and I have plenty of tech wishes for 2013.  I’m going to make my wishes doable instead of AGAIN wishing for a flying car for the everyday joe. So here is my list for for 2013 in no particular order. Improve existing… Read More

T Mobile girl dons black leather; and T-Mobile gets to work

Its been a while since the T Mobile Girl, Carley if you will, changed from her girly pink to a bit more edgy black leather, but still with pink accents mind you.  So what does it mean?  Is suppose to indicate an more aggressive T-Mobile that is going to try get back the customers it… Read More

Petridish. Kickstarter for Science!

I have written about kickstarter a few times, even bought my first item, the pebble smartphone watch. Kickstarter has been so successful that its not surprising there will be spin offs. Petridish is one of them; the science kickstarter. If you would have told me someone was working on this and I would have gave… Read More

Coolest smart watch ever! Connects to your iPhone or Android.

This watch is not on the market yet, but basically its a smart watch that lets you load applications.  Using bluetooth, it will connect to your iphone or android and get alerts, run apps and who knows what other apps will come in time. The phone is called the Pebble and its on Kickstarter. (Check… Read More

3D ski maps for the iphone.

Got this via email. Have not tried it myself and I’m not even sure I’m going to make it to the slopes this year, but if you looking for a 3D map for skiing, this could be what you are looking for. Movingworld is glad to announce the release of “Maps 3D 2.5″ an 3D… Read More

A few deals for tech this black friday

I just got this in an email, so just posting for the heck of it.   SENSOGLOVE: 10% off SensoGlove digital golf glove and FREE shipping at www.sensoglove.com from November 25th – December 2nd.  Use promo code: Christmas2011.   IBIKE:  $100 off any iBike Dash Power (Black) bicycle trainer computer systems:  iSport ($299, normally $399),… Read More

There is no law in Mississippi to protect cyclists

I’m astonded at this, and as a biker, I feel I have to try and pass the word and hopefully SOMEONE can pass this on to get more attention.  I read this on reddit where you can get more information. Last month,  Jan Morgan was hit while riding her bicycle training for an Ironman. It… Read More

Terminating Reality with OLED Eyetracking head mounted displays

I think most are familiar with the scene from Terminator 2 when Arnold walks into the biker bar after going back in time and uses his ‘Terminator view’ to scan the environment. Bringing this science fiction one step closer to science fact is Fraunhofer IPMS. IPMS (Institute for Photonic Microsystems) is one of fifty six… Read More

XKCD in 3D! Well, kinda 2.5D .. ishd

You know something has jumped the shark when I write using ‘jumped the shark’.  Yes if “Mars Needs Moms” is proof of anything, making something 3D does not help make something bad, less bad.  What does that have to do with today’s (tomorrows) XKDC comic?  Not a damn thing..  Just wanted to say that.  Now… Read More

ibiking service strava making strides in the right direction.

I’ve always known San Francisco to have a large affinity for bikers. It comes as no surprise, then, that a San Francisco based company called Strava is working on a universal program to keep track of a biker’s exercise for those who opt for the more sophisticated technology. This means bikers with an iPhone, Android… Read More

Adversts in Google Maps on the iPhone? Great. Not

I saw this in TC and have not seen it myself, but I will keep an eye out over the weekend.  Basically, you could have a ad for beer or a bike shop or something based on the search.  Also, it SEEMS uses can inject items into maps, but I think its more of where… Read More