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ActionProof Bumper case for Apple Watch debuts

ActionProof Bumper case for Apple Watch debuts

It's the issue that has faced us all at one point or another: you buy a new, sleek device and it costs a pretty penny. You want that purchase to stay as safe and new-looking for as long as possible, which necessitates seldom use or a case. You also want to enjoy its thinness and beautiful design, which means avoiding cases, which cover the design and add bulk. The Apple Watch is a beautiful creation, and while some will no doubt brave the elements and let it shine, others will want a case. Enter ActionProof's Bumper sleeve.

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Rocketbook digitizes notes, then erases them in the microwave

Rocketbook digitizes notes, then erases them in the microwave

Try as we might, some of us cannot substitute writing on paper with writing on a display, no matter how sensitive the device and precise the stylus. Still, digital copies are the best way to store notes, and notebooks that digitize what one writes have been the long-running compromise, giving the best of both worlds. Rocketbook is one example of this, but with a twist: when writing with a specific pen, one can microwave the notebook for 30 seconds to erase the papers, making the same paper notebook reusable.

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Mesh DIY Kit is designed to make you an inventor

Mesh DIY Kit is designed to make you an inventor

If you are the sort that likes to tinker with things, you might want to check out the mesh creative DIY platform. The idea behind the mesh network products is that you can use the four sensors to create all sorts of notifications systems and more. The sensors, known as Mesh Tags, link with a Mesh Canvas App used for programming the actions.

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YERKA bike is unstealable because the bike is the lock

YERKA bike is unstealable because the bike is the lock

We've seen a lot of "smart" bikes lately, some as final products and some still in crowdfunding. But most of them, if not all, don't exactly protect your somewhat expensive and fancy incentive from one of the biggest cycling dangers of all: thieves. Some do have some sort of technology, but at most they help you only after the fact and not prevent theft in the first place. YERKA wants to change all that, by offering the vision of a bike that cannot be stolen, simply because the bike itself is the lock.

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Switchmate hands-on: Smarter switches, no electrician needed

Switchmate hands-on: Smarter switches, no electrician needed

The smart home might be intended to make our lives easier, but actually upgrading with home automation kit is more like a headache. Ripping out legacy switches and replacing them with their smart brethren isn’t only a headache, it’s out of the question for many who rent rather than own where they live. Startup Switchmate plans to change that, opening up automation with ridiculously simple and non-destructive gadgets that install in seconds. I caught up with the company to find out how a Bluetooth switch could pave the way to making the smart home mass-market.

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RideOn goggles let you ski in AR

RideOn goggles let you ski in AR

AR isn't just for gaming, and recently we're seeing AR uses pop up in more specialized industries and niche markets. RideOn announced on Indiegogo that it plans to make AR goggles for the skis slopes. If you're skiing with friends, you can see their locations and call or message them all using their floating AR. There's no need for an additional device like a Go-Pro because you can take high-definition videos using RideOn's AR goggles. You may never need a map again because RideOn can highlight the ski lodges and lifts in the distance.

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Flow Hive makes it easy to get honey from beehives

Flow Hive makes it easy to get honey from beehives

Many people around the world gather honey from their own beehives. The process of gathering the honey normally requires lots of effort and stress on the gatherer and the bees. A new type of honey gathering system has debuted that makes gathering the honey much better for all involved and it is called Flow Hive.

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Tago arc bracelet uses e-ink for endless designs

Tago arc bracelet uses e-ink for endless designs

You buy a piece of jewelry because you like its design. Imagine, though, buying a piece of jewelry because you like its general shape, not bothering about the design itself because you can switch it whenever you'd like to something else. Such is the nature of tago arc, a new smart bracelet that doesn't trifle with matters of health and fitness. Instead, tago arc is all about style, something it caters to no matter one's personal style via the use of an e-ink display. With this display and a related smartphone, users can flash a new design onto the bracelet, changing its look digitally in about one second.

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MESH offers a DIY platform for non-DIYers

MESH offers a DIY platform for non-DIYers

If you've ever been jealous of all the fancy and creative things hobbyists and makers have been doing with their Arduinos and what have you, but really don't have the patience or the skill for assembling and soldering, someone has just heard your prayer. MESH almost sounds and looks like a toy, but if so, it's a very smart toy at that. It offers non-intimidating modules and an easy to use, drag and drop programming interface to give you an appetizer of what you can do with the right tools and a bit of imagination.

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iPin turns your smartphone into a smart laser pointer

iPin turns your smartphone into a smart laser pointer

The newest smart accessory to surface for smartphones is the iPin, a tiny dongle of sorts that plugs into your smartphone and functions as a laser pointer, allowing you to point at things from across the room or drive your pets crazy. In addition to the laser pointer functionality comes presentation control, which makes giving presentations easier by combining the pointer and remote into one device -- your smartphone. Users can swipe through presentation slides using their handset's display, while their laser pointer appears on secondary screens for the audience.

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