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Breathometer is a mini breathalyzer for your smartphone

Breathometer is a mini breathalyzer for your smartphone

When you're out with your friends late at night, it's easy to lose sight on how much alcohol you consumed, and sometimes your blood alcohol level can be over the legal limit even if you don't feel drunk and think you can drive, which can be a regretful mistake that you'll think long and hard about when you're in handcuffs. However, a new accessory called the Breathometer aims to help folks figure out their blood alcohol level before they decide to get behind the wheel.

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Stick-N-Find Technologies updates its tracking system

Stick-N-Find Technologies updates its tracking system

Back in November of last year, we talked a bit about the Stick-N-Find object tracking system. The system uses little Bluetooth-enabled stickers that you can adhere to just about anything from your keys to your smartphone to your notebook allowing you to find it if you lose it. The system also has a number of other functionalities allowing you to perform other tasks.

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SmartFitty touchscreen smartwatch and fitness monitor debuts

SmartFitty touchscreen smartwatch and fitness monitor debuts

I had pretty much counted the watch out since most fans of technology had ditched the traditional watch in favor of using the clock on their mobile phone. The watch is coming back though with a new round of smartwatches that offer all kinds of intriguing features. The latest smartwatch to turn up on Indiegogo is the SmartFitty and it combines two types of products into one device.

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DiveBot hits indegogo as $1300 remote-control underwater robot

DiveBot hits indegogo as $1300 remote-control underwater robot

This week the folks behind F5 Robotics have revealed DiveBot, also known as the "world's first ready-to-use underwater HD ROV under $1300." That's quite the feat, making such a device at such a price, and it's coming in a way that's no small challenge for the public as well - it'll be crowd-funded on its way to reality. Through the crowd-funding platform indegogo, users will be able to put down an amount of cash that will gain them early access to a final product, knowledge that they helped fun the project, or just a friendly letter saying "thanks!"

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ReelSonar finds the fishes using a fancy bobber

ReelSonar finds the fishes using a fancy bobber

I've never made a secret of the fact that I lack the patience to fish. I've gone fishing more times than I can count during my life and if the fish aren't biting within a few minutes I'm ready to go. If you're fishing in a boat, you can use technology to help you find where the fish are hiding, such as the fish finder systems you have probably seen mounted near the steering wheel of many boats that are cruising the lake.

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Tethercell lets you control battery powered devices from your phone

Tethercell lets you control battery powered devices from your phone

We've seen our share of cool devices and ideas here at SlashGear, but this one might just rank up with the best of them. Today at ShowStoppers we got to take a look at a new technology called Tethercell, which incidentally went live on crowdfunding site Indiegogo earlier today. Tethercell has received a significant amount of funding in its first day, due to the simple fact that it allows you to control your battery powered devices from your smartphone.

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Bone conducting hat lets you listen to music and take calls with no headphones

Bone conducting hat lets you listen to music and take calls with no headphones

Sometimes when I'm driving or sitting in the car for an extended period of time, I like to listen to audio books. The problem is that I hate using in-ear headphones because they always seem to amplify the sound of the cables moving around more than the book I'm listening to. I also don't care for over the ear headphones because they get hot and uncomfortable after a while.

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SlashGear’s Last Minute (Mildly Geeky) Gift Guide 2012

SlashGear’s Last Minute (Mildly Geeky) Gift Guide 2012

It may be December 24, but there's always a last-minute stocking stuffer to be bought. We've all been there: an unexpected cousin suddenly joining you for Christmas dinner, or that tough-to-buy-for uncle you realize you forgot all about. Just because it's last minute, though, doesn't mean it has to be socks. Read on for the SlashGear suggestions for those final-moment gifts with a geeky twist.

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