The UV radiation from the Soeland UV cellphone sanitizer is about 2000 μW / cm2, which can effectively fungi, viruses and so on. Under ultraviolet light, oxygen in the air decomposes, producing a small amount of ozone. Ozone is a strong oxidant and also effectively remove various pathogens.
If you want to fit larger tablets, remotes, keys (or different items altogether – baby bottles etc.) the Baby UV Sterilizer is another option.
Using a 70 percent isopropyl alcohol wipe or Clorox Disinfecting Wipes, you may gently wipe the hard, nonporous surfaces of your Apple product, such as the display, keyboard, or other exterior surfaces. Don’t use bleach. Avoid getting moisture in any opening, and don’t submerge your Apple product in any cleaning agents. Don’t use on fabric or leather surfaces.
They specifically are saying isopropyl alcohol wipes are ok; they are not saying that spraying anything onto your phone to clean it is ok.
Ok this isn’t really a gadget but it is my blog so I get to do what I want 🙂 PulsePoint is a crowdsourced iOS app that locates nearby help for a cardiac arrest and helps get help to those in need quickly.
[PulsePoint] on his phone warned him that someone nearby needed CPR. Brawner reportedly raced around the gym, trying to find the victim, before heading to the parking lot, where he saw a man sprawled on the pavement. He began giving the man CPR until fire and rescue units showed up.
The man’s survival wasn’t just a blessing for his family, it was a huge victory for the PulsePoint Foundation, a Bay Area nonprofit whose app is making it easier to alert CPR-trained people that someone nearby needs help.
PulsePoint’s free app connects to local 911 call centers and alerts users when there is someone nearby in need of CPR. PulsePoint users get an alert the same time as local emergency responders.
It also shows the location of the closest automated electronic defibrillator (if there is one nearby) as well as a reminder about how to do CPR, just in case the user has an adrenaline-induced brain-freeze.
Very cool. It is great to see us find ways to help improve the health care system.
I am not a big fan of Google Glass or running (basketball is my sport, and I also swim to stay in shape) but this is a pretty cool product combining those two things (you can also use it for biking and skiing): Race Yourself.
You can have your previous runs added into your view using Google Glass. This product is in development.
I like the convenience of just drinking healthy stuff. The slow juicers seem to capture a greater yield of juice (based on reviews I have read). Reviewers also seem to think greater nutritional value is retained (I am not sure how much credence to give this claim). I do think losing the fiber is a bad part of juicing though.
The Zeo personal sleep manager monitors your brain wave patterns using a headband. You can also move data from your Zeo to your computer using an SD memory card (like those used in digital cameras) out of the headband and put it in your computer and get a view a graph of your light, deep and REM sleep over the course of the night.
The optional SmartWake alarm feature will look for a “natural awakening point” based on your sleep patterns to decrease the grogginess associated with waking from Deep sleep. When SmartWake is selected, Zeo will find a time to wake you within a half-hour of your set time, never later. The result should be a slightly easier way to wake up.