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Wallet Drone fits in your pocket, charges in its controller

Wallet Drone fits in your pocket, charges in its controller

Personal drones have become a so common that they have started to come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. A new crowdfunding campaign wants to stretch that size range even further. The name Wallet Drone probably says it all. The drone itself actually isn't the size of your wallet. In fact, it is much smaller than that. The tiny quadrocopter fits inside a controller box and that controller is the one that is the size of your wallet, letting you carry fun and mayhem anywhere you go.

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Barracuda wants to be THE road warrior’s smart carry-on

Barracuda wants to be THE road warrior’s smart carry-on

Know what's the next thing after your bulb that's about to get smart? Your luggage. Smart carry-ons seem to be catching on. Even the likes of Samsung and Samsonite are said to be working together to make that a reality as well. And while we've seen our fair share of such smart bags, especially on Kickstarter or Indiegogo, Barracuda thinks it can top all that. And it might just make it if the outpouring of dollars over at its Kickstarter campaign is any indication of that.

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‘Night Terrors’ turns your home into a horror AR game

‘Night Terrors’ turns your home into a horror AR game

Horror games are fun and all, but when it gets too scary you get to turn the game off and return to your regular non-scary home. The horror survival game “Night Terrors” is different, in that your safe and comfy home becomes the base of the augmented reality game, and you're likely to hesitate turning corners long after calling it quits. As with other augmented reality offerings, the game overlays elements into your actual surroundings, and the end result — in this case — is being able to walk about your own home where various spooks and monsters will appear from around corners and in doorways.

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Connected Bike Pedals Track your Rides and Prevent Bike Theft

Connected Bike Pedals Track your Rides and Prevent Bike Theft

One of the big issues that face people who like to ride their bikes as an alternative to cars or public transportation is theft. Bike theft in many cities is a huge problem. A new type of pedal has been unveiled from a company called Connected Cycle. These pedals replace the normal pedals on a bike and are able to record the path you take when you ride your bike.

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GeniCan smart garbage can builds your next shopping list

GeniCan smart garbage can builds your next shopping list

A new smart home appliance has just cropped up, and it aims to make throwing out your kitchen waste a convenience. It’s called GeniCan, and it is a smart device that attaches to the top of your existing kitchen trash can. When an item is thrown away, the GeniCan scans the product and adds it to a growing shopping list for the next time you go shopping. It eliminates the need to write things down on a shopping list, and is joined by a few convenient features like finding coupons for the product (if available), and more.

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Nextear wireless earbuds include multi-purpose case

Nextear wireless earbuds include multi-purpose case

Earbuds used to be the ultimate audio convenience, but they’re not anymore. The cable is an unwanted shackle between smartphone and ears, and while Bluetooth earbuds eliminate that tether, they don’t often eliminate the actual wire. Nextear is different, being two individual and entirely wire-free earbuds that work together to produce stereo audio. They come with a case that features an integrated battery for charging the earbuds while on the go, but it does more than that — the case is multi-purpose, and brings with it several features including an LED flashlight.

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Flex Cam PIC: a bendy, flexible camera with personality

Flex Cam PIC: a bendy, flexible camera with personality

Sometimes it feels as if all cameras look alike, even if the makers go to an effort to stand out. Many of them are business-chic, and the most playful ones you’re likely to find are of the rugged outdoorsy sort with that typical “rugged” design scheme. It’s this common, nearly bland reality that makes the Flex Cam PIC camera stand out so drastically: it’s a long bendy camera with personality. Literally. There are a few different kinds, each with the camera serving as a single eye in what is perhaps best described as a troll-doll camera.

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Roto retractable charger is sleek and extra long

Roto retractable charger is sleek and extra long

Carrying around a charging cable generally means wrapping up an individual cord and toting it around with an outlet adapter, or carrying a retractable cord that is more compact but likely to get tangled easily or not be long enough for your needs. Roto is similar to the latter offering, but with tweaks that improve the least-liked parts of retractable chargers — in this case, the connectors lock down neatly into the square body, the cable is nearly 3 feet long, and the design is a mixture of sleek and functional. A built-in clip allows Roto to be attached to a bag or belt loop, or even a key ring if you’re particularly absentminded.

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Three things to know about popSlate

Three things to know about popSlate

E-paper isn’t new, but slapping a sheet of it on the back of your iPhone is, with popSlate confident not only that its case is the best around for Apple’s smartphone, but that it can build a social network around it. They’re ambitious plans, but enough to persuade crowdfunding backers to part with more than $200k two years ago. Still, there are some things to consider before you wallpaper your iPhone with E Ink.

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