The Rufus Cuff is an overgrown smartwatch

by Caitlyn

We use our phones to communicate with the world at large. Friends, family, and coworkers that are far away can talk to us with crystal clarity. If your phone has a front-facing camera, you can even see them through video chat. We’re already glued to these devices, and have phantom buzzes when we think our phone is going off, only because we’re always expecting an incoming message or alert.

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LifePrint wants to make sure you memories can’t be deleted

by Caitlyn

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Taking a picture or shooting a video is often done in an effort to keep a specific memory. Through these methods of recording, that concert you went to or meal you ate with a friend you haven’t seen in years is solidified as something you can look back on. However, the importance of a photo has changed in the last few years, as hundreds of thousands are uploaded every hour …

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Local Alarm System – Neighborhood Watch in an App

by Julie

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Some communities have a neighborhood watch, and I like that idea. There is something to be said about knowing there are people, awake and alert, that care about you, your home, your town. I’d like to see the concept taken up a notch, I’d like to know when there’s an accident clogging up my way to work, or that a break-in has occurred at a business in town… that would …

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The Exetech XS-3 is a standalone Android smartwatch-phone

by Caitlyn

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It seemed so superfluous to have a smartwatch for your phone that would tell you what your phone is up to. One motion of pulling it out of your pocket will do the same thing. However, that’s not to say that bringing back the wristwatch aesthetic isn’t appreciated. Paying several hundred dollars for something that can do just about everything your phone can without actually being a phone seemed a …

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The Pebble Bee is a motion tracking device for every occasion

by Caitlyn

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While we manage our lives fairly efficiently, there are always items out of place. Keys seem to love playing hide and seek, pets run further than they should from home, and the remote seems to find itself a new spot to hangout almost daily. It is impossible to micromanage the location of every object in your house, so why not put together a system that will do all the hard …

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ProtectCELL – Protect your Connection

by Julie

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Come on, admit it, your mobile device has become something you absolutely, positively, cannot live without. It is a link to your family, your friends, it’s your information source, your memories, your business contacts, your safety net, heck, your weather reports, alarm clock, and entertainment … just about every facet of your life. So who is out there protecting your precious device? You know the one, the one that holds …

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Danbo Robot Head Portable Charger will bring unyielding power to your phone

by Caitlyn

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We all need a portable charger of some sort if we’re going to be away from an outlet for too long. Our phones just can’t last through a day from the amount of use they go through. Of course, we could use our mobiles a bit less, but then how will we send texts and emails, make calls while gaming, and browse the web simultaneously?

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Gamehook GH101 brings some familiarity to mobile gaming

by Caitlyn

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The perfect way to use up a few minutes while waiting on your bus commute or in line at the DMV is to whip out your mobile phone and play some games. For those of you who have a touchscreen, there’s more to see, but more often than not your fingers are covering it as that’s where the controls are. If you are plagued with sausage finger syndrome, then you’ve …

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