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Star Trek: Axanar, The Newest Feature Film You Haven’t Heard About

Say what you want about the ongoing debate between which sci-fi franchise is better — Star Trek or Star Wars — but one thing is for certain: the Star Wars camp just aren’t as inventive as the Trekkers. It took Disney buying out Lucasfilm for us to get another SW film or TV series. When Trek fans go without, they just decide to make them themselves. That’s why we have Star Trek Continues, Star Trek Phase II, and now this, Star Trek: Axanar, a new slick-looking feature film funded through the Kickstarter community. Axanar takes place 21 years before the Read More

CaseCam Could Be The Death Of The Selfie, And That’s A Good Thing

The death of the selfie is imminent. That’s because CaseCam, now underway over on Kickstarter, is a brilliant case/tripod for your smartphone that allows you to take group pictures without having to hold the phone or remove the picture taker from the shot. So now instead of holding your phone out in front of you like a dolt and making that idiotic duck face that is almost instinctive, you can stand there like a normal human being taking a picture. The CaseCam app allows you to monitor what the pic-snapping smartphone is doing so you can make sure that the Read More

Emberlight Turns Any Dimmable Bulb Into A Smart Light

The Emberlight is capable of turning any dimmable bulb into a smart bulb by simply connecting to your existing Wi-Fi router, no hub required! Featuring plug-and-play easy installation and the ability to automate based on Bluetooth proximity, you’ll be able to sculpt lighting patterns around your life and even set certain moods with the touch of your smartphone. It doesn’t matter if you buy one light for $49 or get several for every room in the house, you’ll only need one control source. There are even preset moods so you don’t have to play a guessing game while in a Read More

Strike Cam Lets You Fish Like You’ve Never Fished Before

Whoa, how ingenious is this! The Strike Cam is an underwater camera developed for fishermen to get an up close and personal view of what happens when they drop their bait into the water. Waterproof, of course, it captures how fish react to lures, how they position themselves to structure, the dynamics of schooling fish, the hookset, the fight … you name it … all from a highly detailed POV shot. The goal of Strike Cam is to grow the library of this unique film footage for the enjoyment of viewers. And now you can grab a Strike Cam for Read More

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Tiwal 3.2: Introducing The Inflatable Sailboat

Ever wanted to go sailing, but just didn’t have the money to buy a boat? Well, now you do with the Tiwal Inflatable Sailboat. This magnificent creation is the very first high performance inflatable sailing dinghy for water sports; it is designed to make navigation fun and simple and for the thrill of speed and glide. Some of the specs include capacity for one to two people. It’s 10.5 inches in length with a 5.20 m2 / 7.00 m2 (56 sq.ft / 75 sq.ft) sail. It is light, 50kg (111lbs), compact and folds away in two bags. It can be Read More

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Samsung Milk Introduces Unlimited Skips

Samsung Milk is one of the great unsung benefits of being Team Samsung. If you own one of the newer Galaxy tablets or smartphones and you live in the U.S., then you already know about its contribution to the streaming music service market. For those who don’t, it’s a freebie that comes with Galaxy ownership, and until recently, it allowed a limited number of skips per hour. Now by paying the $3.99 per month, you can have unlimited skips and listen to only the stuff you want to hear, ad-free. Featuring 200 stations of music and a customizable dial that Read More

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Did BitTorrent Finally Upend The NSA?

Take it with a grain of salt, considering just how advanced in spying that it turns out the NSA really is, but BitTorrent claims that it has created a “snoop-proof” form of calling and texting. Of course, the very act of looking it up or purchasing the tech will automatically put you on the American Commie’s watch list, as much as writing this sentence did for yours truly, but still, at least someone is doing something to fight back against government abuse. According to the L.A. Times, the company announced a test version of BitTorrent Bleep software, “which will enable Read More

The FLIR One Is Here! Time To Use Your Phone’s X-Ray Vision

The FLIR One iPhone 5 case allows you to see through walls. It accomplishes this by way of its heat signature collected from the infrared camera in conjunction with the live camera image from the iPhone itself. Working together the two are able to render a composite thermal heat image that allows you to basically be your own Superman (minus the heat ray vision). Each image appears like a camera negative and shows the various heat levels using a variety of colors with white being the hottest. The uses are many, including revealing the placement of pipes in walls, finding Read More