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Retrievor GPS Fetches Anything You Want To Track

Forgetful much? With the Retrievor Self-Charging GPS Tracking and Receiving device, go ahead and be as forgetful as you want to be. Memory is so overrated anyway when compared to modern GPS technology. This particular piece of tracking tech is about the size of a quarter and as thick as four of them stacked together. In fact, the Retrievor is so tiny that it measures at just 28 millimeters (or 1.1 inches) in diameter and 10 mm (0.39 inches) in thickness. That means you can attach it to just about anything and use the iPhone, Web, or Android apps — Read More

Toss Out Your Keys With The August Smart Lock

The August Smart Lock isn’t designed to work only one month out of the year; it’s “August” as in “inspiring awe or admiration.” And you’re likely to be in awe and admiration of this secure and convenient way of managing access to your home or office. With the August, you use an app on your smartphone or tablet instead of a key to lock and unlock your door. August employs encrypted technology so hackers can’t copy the code. You can also send invites to people who typically access your home or office, such as a cleaning person, and set specific times when Read More

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Dual XGPS160 SkyPro GPS Receiver

Your buddies use their GPS to find cheap tacos or the Taylor Swift autograph signing at the mall (even though they claimed it was The Black Keys).  But you’ve got better plans.  If you’re traveling at high speeds — in your plane, boat, or mountain bike — the Dual XGPS 160 SkyPro GPS Receiver has you covered. This GPS tool is all about fast signals — you pair it with your iPad, iPod, or iPhone, and it delivers the GPS, pronto.  If you want to get technical, it uses WAAS technology and GPS and GLONASS reception.  Its built-in battery lasts Read More

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Hear No Evil With The Sono Noise Canceling Device

The Sono noise canceling device, a new creation from Australian mastermind Rudolf Stefanich, goes one step further than the white noise smartphone apps designed for helping you to forget about the world outside and focus on work. Instead of dishing out a manufactured, electronic humming, Sono actually tones down the volume on the external distractions while allowing pleasant ambient sounds depending on what your preferences are and how you’ve structured the settings. Stefanich recently earned finalist contention for the James Dyson Award, an international design competition that celebrates, encourages, and inspires the next generation of design engineers. Regardless of whether Read More

This 3D Printer Will Only Cost You Two Hundred Bucks

QU-BD One Up is a project from Little Rock, Arkansas inventor Chelsea Thompson and it has taken the Kickstarter world by storm. Seeking a donor stake of just $9,000, Thompson has managed to pull in $243,000 as of this writing and she still has about a week to go. Apparently you can make a lot of headway with crowd-funding when you’re creating and selling a high-quality 3D printer kit for less than $200. Thompson’s brainchild uses industry standard technology and electronics for a completely open-source printer that can produce vases, sculptures, and all kinds of three-dimensional goodies for a fraction Read More

LG G Flex Curved Smartphone

Wow. We don’t even know where to begin with the LG G Flex Curved Smartphone. There are so many cool features that you could literally fill up a book (or at least an entire press release) with the findings. Some of the coolest features that jumped out at us — other than the curved screen, of course — are: A “self-healing” coating on the back cover which allows the phone to “bounce back” from the wear and tear (i.e. nicks, scratches, etc.) in a typical day. The ability to enjoy multiple forms of music — Hi-Fi, CD, and MP3 qualities Read More

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10 Wearable Tech Gadgets That’ll Change Your Life

Wearable technologies are expected to take off in 2014, bringing with them a great deal of versatility and “Wow! Never seen that before” wonder. While some forms of this technology will probably fare better than others, we’re pretty sure that the idea of making tech a part of your wardrobe is here to stay. And if you think we’re too obsessed with smartphones, just wait until some of the items you’re about to see arrive on the scene. Of course, that’s not altogether a bad thing. Many of these add a great deal of functionality, productivity, and even safety. Some Read More

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MaKey MaKey Invention Kit

The MaKey MaKey Invention Kit comes from a couple of MIT graduate students, who believe that anyone can be an inventor with the right tools. The guys have already completed a successful round of funding on Kickstarter, earning more than $568,000, and now they’re ready to take their invention to the world. From the image, you can see that MaKey MaKey is a circuit board that looks a little bit like an old Nintendo controller. Switch it over, and you’ll find even more keyboard commands on the back. By plugging the device into your computer’s USB port and then using Read More

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