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Enko running shoes absorbs shocks, boosts strides

Enko running shoes absorbs shocks, boosts strides

Technology these days has us focusing on our health and fitness, but most of them through monitoring devices like smartwatches and fitness bands. But sometimes, the most efficient and effective improvement doesn't have to be the most sophisticated or complicated. Like these pair of Enko running shoes. You won't find any digital or smart component in here. What you will discover, instead, are shock absorbers that not only protect your feet from injury-causing impact, but also stores and then releases energy in order to give your feet a push to power up your running.

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Storm eBike electrifies the fat wheel: Hands-on [Updated]

Storm eBike electrifies the fat wheel: Hands-on [Updated]

Luckily for Storm Sondors he has an amazing name, and thus so does the Storm eBike he created as an electric bike for the everyman. Launched on crowdfunding platform Indiegogo this weekend, the urban transport option certainly isn't the first battery-powered bike we've seen, but at $499 it's one of the most affordable. According to Sondors, however, being easy on the wallet as well as the thighs isn't all that the Storm eBike is about, so I snapped on my bicycle clips to take a ride and find out more.

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Connect Plus keychain adapter has micro USB, Lightning connectors

Connect Plus keychain adapter has micro USB, Lightning connectors

Echo's Connect Plus is a "Y"-shaped USB connector with a standard USB connector on one side, and both a micro USB and Apple Lightning connector on each arm. This allows both Apple devices and gadgets that use micro USB to be charged without carrying around separate compatible cables, and the addition of flexibility means it can be re-adjusted and bent to work with different gadgets that might have unusual port placements. In addition, the device is small enough to fit on a keychain, and includes a keychain loop.

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Akolyt smart sensor for cars wants to create “superdrivers”

Akolyt smart sensor for cars wants to create “superdrivers”

Like most other areas of life, driving is becoming an increasingly "smart" activity, mostly due to the connected nature of modern life. We've seen some systems crop up lately that aim to provide drivers with more data on their driving habits, and among them is the new Akolyt, a smart sensor that plugs into a car's OBD connector and gathers data on all things vehicular. That data is then shuttled to the driver's smartphone where it is laid out in simple to digest blocks of data, including trends that show over time.

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Jolla Tablet goes for a second round with 64 GB in tow

Jolla Tablet goes for a second round with 64 GB in tow

Some say "third time's a charm", but for the folks at Finnish startup Jolla, the second one might already be just as sweet. The Jolla Tablet is returning to Indiegogo again, but not exactly for a complete second crowdfunding campaign. It's more like an extension of the original highly successful one, but this time with another chance to pledge your allegiance if you haven't done so yet, and a chance to upgrade the internal memory from 32 to 64 GB. Of course, for a price.

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Coolbox is a toolbox for your gadgets (and tools)

Coolbox is a toolbox for your gadgets (and tools)

Coolers have received a modern makeover, and so why not the trusty ol' toolbox? Enter the Coolbox, a toolbox for your tools and gadgets with some oft-used integrated technologies. LED lights, for example, are built into the toolbox to provide light when needed, and the lid has a magnet inside that'll keep loose hardware (like nuts and bolts) in place. There's also a built-in battery and charging ports for powering or juicing up one's smartphone or tablet, both of which can be propped up on the lid.

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Bluewire records phone conversations with Bluetooth

Bluewire records phone conversations with Bluetooth

Imagine you're speaking on the phone several times a day and want to make certain you've got every conversation recorded for posterity. Do you hit the "record" button on your smartphone every time you make a call? Or do you rely on a 3rd-party device to hold up to your phone to record what's being said? There's a device by the name of Bluewire appearing this year that's able to record both sides of your conversation via a wireless Bluetooth connection to your smartphone, and it's being crowd-funded right this minute.

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Desolenator uses the sun to make salt water and contaminated water drinkable

Desolenator uses the sun to make salt water and contaminated water drinkable

In most of the developed countries around the world, we take for granted that we will always have clean drinking water. All we need to do is turn on the faucet to get a drink. In developing countries, getting water is a struggle. A new device called the Desolenator promises to make it cheap and easy for people in places without a clean supply of water to make their own drinkable water.

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Oomi Cube wants to make your smart home automated

Oomi Cube wants to make your smart home automated

There's a group out there that hopes to redefine what it means to create a Smart Home. Still here in the Smart Home's infancy, the group behind this brand Oomi hopes to take the definition of Smart Home - "a home equipped with lighting, heating, and electronic devices that can be controlled remotely by a phone or computer," and throw that all in the trash. Or at least make a more automated system of it all. No more of this "smartphone control makes everything super amazing" nonsense.

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Mouse Box puts a PC inside the mouse

Mouse Box puts a PC inside the mouse

Unless you work from a laptop all the time and like using a track pad, you have a mouse sitting on your desk at home or in the office. Not all mice are considered equal and there is a huge number of different mice out there to suit every need from gaming to working with graphics and more. A new mouse has turned up that is very different from all the others on the market today; the mouse is called the Mouse Box.

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