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BEDDI alarm clock takes advantage of your favorite apps, smart home devices and more

Get this - the BEDDI alarm clock is so smart it can call an Uber ride and make you coffee! I bet we have your attention now, so let's dig right into the details.
by Edgar CervantesOctober 20, 20151

Skreens puts all your entertainment in a single display

Picture-in-picture is available, but it is quite limited and Skreens wants to take things a step further and bring you the most advanced multi-screen technology you can find.
by Edgar CervantesSeptember 22, 20151

Turn your phone into a baseball speed radar with Scoutee

Scoutee aims to end all your pitching woes by becoming your very own portable baseball speed detector, providing you with all the data you need to improve your skills or impress ...
by Edgar CervantesSeptember 22, 20151

Nextbit Robin Kickstarter campaign surpasses $1,000,000 in funding

We weren't sure if the Next Bit Robin would be a hit or miss, but now it turns out their Kickstarter campaign is doing amazingly. Nextbit just doubled their funding goal, breaking $1 ...
by Edgar CervantesSeptember 16, 20155

Nextbit is Kickstarting its Robin “cloud-first” smartphone. (Update: passes goal in 10 hours)

The Nextbit Robin is a cloud storage oriented smartphone now looking for backers on Kickstarter.
by Robert TriggsSeptember 2, 201530

Micro-Flip: a reversible microUSB cable (not USB-C)

Sadly, it's taking a while for all manufacturers to adopt USB Type-C. Still want reversible plugs? Don't worry, Codistas is making it possible with its new Micro-Flip cables and adapters.
by Edgar CervantesAugust 13, 201524

GNARBOX – a complete photo & video editing machine that fits in your pocket

Want to do more high quality photo/video editing on-the-go? Let us introduce you to the GNARBOX, the first editing hardware that can fit right in your pocket.
by Edgar CervantesAugust 9, 20159

Z E1: a connected high-quality camera with interchangeable lenses

Portable cameras can be very limited, so Z Camera has taken it upon itself to create the smallest camera with 4K support and interchangeable lenses. Let's check it out!
by Edgar CervantesJuly 22, 20156

UBIK UNO is a $345 smartphone funding on Kickstarter

The UBIK UNO is an affordable smartphone, priced at just $345, looking for Kickstarter funding to begin mass producing its phone for the US market.
by Robert TriggsJuly 21, 201515

Mosaic battery, storage and WiFi pack hits Kickstarter

PowerStick is back with its second Kickstarter campaign, this time for a battery and WiFi storage packed called Mosaic.
by Robert TriggsJuly 21, 20155
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