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My life-long dream has been to test out every gadget on the market! Considering the fact that I've rapidly destroyed almost every gadget I've had so far, I'm not inclined to owning something, so my ideal outcome would be to have a different gadget each month. I'm really into smartphones, wearables and tablets and I love Playstation and Xbox, I'm sure I'll beat you at your own game (after a month of training... or two)

Print your own asteroids with NASA!

Courtesy of NASA, those of you who have access to a 3D printer can now revel in the possibilities of creating your own galaxy by printing almost any outer space object you desire to include in your design. You can create your own fleet and make-believe a space-exploration by 3D printing the models (beta) NASA has posted in its library. ...

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for Android released just in time

The new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game for Android and iOS has just hit the Google Play Store, perfectly timed with the upcoming TMNT movie! In the game, you pick your favorite turtle, Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello or Raphael. You then use swiping to deal with threatening minions acting on Shredder’s orders. TMNT presents itself as an action-packed game, sold at ...

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Lenovos’s new smart glasses prototype debuts

Lenovo is following in Google’s footsteps and has decided to create the first prototype of the smart glasses they have designed. Lenovo has been tampering with different technologies, straying from their tradition laptop and PC domains, wanting to get in on the action that has been going on in the mobile and wearable device markets, which are booming nowadays. Lenovo ...

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Free All Access passes for Chromecast ‘s birthday!

It has been a year since Chromecast has been launched by Google and the giant decided to celebrate the occasion by giving away free all access passes to Chromecast subscribers that are available until September 30th. The all access passes refer to Google Play Music and are available from today in the U.S.  But, like anything that comes free of ...

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The Sense: invisible high-tech sleep monitor

It’s not actually invisible, but you surely don’t notice the effort you have to put into monitoring your sleep via the usual wearable devices or smartphone apps. The Sense is a sleep monitoring device designed by James Proud’s Hello company. The device is a small sphere decorated with geometric patterns and intricate design hiding a device that is quite smart. The ...

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Meet SWIP3: the first game for Android Wear

The Android Wear category has been stacked with specific apps and wearable device users are satisfied with the way the OS works, but there haven’t been games designed for the OS so far. SWIP3 is the first game specifically designed for wearable devices, and it is a standard swiping game where you have to match colored blocks in rows and columns; ...

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Vysk QS1 the king of privacy

This phone case is the perfect example of how the issue of privacy has become marketable by the savvy and how technology might be what proves people to be convinced of their constitutional rights. Not of course without Edward Snowden and the NSA scandal’s help, of course. Vysk Communication has seized the opportunity and created a high tech phone case ...

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Digify, the ultimate iOS and Android security app

Digify is a new application that has recently emerged on the market for Android and iOS and is offering something that most of us have been yearning for because of the current situation of internet privacy and security for the individual. Digify actually turns the files you wish to share with someone into content exclusive to you and it’s free ...

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Two new ways to improve your shooting with DSLR

Photographers have been given a new opportunity to improve their experience with the new app and accessory combination from Chainfire. You can now connect your phone or tablet via a cheap little accessory that mounts with a hotshoe to the top of your DSLR turning the attached device’s screen into a camera monitor, giving you a considerably larger viewing area. ...

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