After nearly a whole month without a new episode, the Gadgettes are back and badder than ever! We devote today's episode to examining the category dubbed "mommy tech" from this year's CES. By the end of today's episode, the entire mommy tech category is practically crying to it's own mommy.Subscribe with iTunes (audio) Subscribe with iTunes (video) Subscribe with RSS (audio) Subscribe with RSS (video)… Read more
One of the first albums I owned was a Chuck Berry greatest hits compilation wherein the very first song, "Maybelline," name checked the Cadillac Coupe De Ville as the ride of choice of Berry's muse within the song. "Maybelline" was a hit in 1955, so even at a preteen age I became interested in Caddys from the '50s, especially the 1955 model that I imagine Maybelline in while sitting "at the top of the hill." I've never had the fortune of owning or even driving a 1955 Cadillac Coupe De Ville, so … Read more
This Australian-made marvel can follow you onto the first tee, through all 18 holes, and into the clubhouse, perhaps with the exception of sandtraps. And it will do it all by itself, without even a remote control. This robo-caddy works by communicating with a sensor worn by the player and navigating its way around the links with built-in processors.
The pefect accessory for the lazy duffer, it makes the … Read more
Gadgets like the golf watch may have lessened the need for a human caddy, but you still need to figure out how to lug the clubs around the course. And if you're anything like us, carrying them yourself is out of the question. But there's a potential solution that seems almost too good to be true: a remote-controlled caddy.
Running on 12-volt battery that powers two motors, Stewart Golf's "X3R Electric Golf Trolley" will tote your clubs for all 18 holes with a remote that has a 50-yard range, according to Gizmo Watch. Think of … Read more