Kiss Connectivity from Keyssa

Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to download an HD movie in just seconds between two devices? That type of super-fast data transfer will be here soon courtesy of a new company backed by Tony Fadell, Keyssa, and its Kiss Connectivity feature.

This great leap forward in data transfer speeds will prompt even more changes in how we use our computers and mobile devices. It will also change how they are designed, because with this technology you’ll simply be able to “tap” them together to initiate the transfer, which will make many of the ports on a device like a smartphone obsolete. If this lives up t the promise we’ll see big changes soon.

Top 5 Ghost Hunting Gadgets for Catching Ghosts and Ghouls

If you are a part of a ghost hunting team, making sure that you have the right gear is immensely important. In order to properly capture ghosts in their native environment, it is a good idea to keep these tools close by in your hunting kit. (Or if you are just looking to throw a ghost hunting party this upcoming Halloween, these tips can be useful too!)

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Will Apple improve Beats Audio?

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Beats Audio by Dr. Dre is a great example of style and brand can trump product details. Of course quality matters even in the headphones business, but the opinion of audiophiles regarding sound quality isn’t going to impact 15-year-old kids on what they determine to be cool.

The cool factor propelled the Beats brand and ultimately made Dr. Dre a billionaire with Apple’s acquisition of his company. This is a perfect compliment to iTunes and the iPhone, but it will be interesting to see if Apple applies some of its billions to also improve the quality of the product.

Awesome transparent kayak

I want to hang out in Bora Bora with this transparent kayak.

Tony Fadell on the iPod, Kickstarter, Nest, Steve Jobs and more

Tony Fadell has a very interesting background, and he’s very knowledgeable about the process of creating great hardware and gadgets. In this excellent interview with Kevin Rose, Fadell discusses a wide variety of topics that would be helpful and interesting to entrpreneurs or anyone who loves gadgets.

He explains the value of Nest and where the company is going in the future. He gives some background on his role in the creation of the iPod and his work with Steve Jobs. And he also addresses some of the challenges of trying to create a hardware company using Kickstarter. Listen to his discussion of the power of saying no and the need for simplicity in products.

Check it out, and you can follow him on Twitter here.