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Prisma Cold Brew makes cold brew coffee in 8 minutes

Prisma Cold Brew makes cold brew coffee in 8 minutes

Some people prefer cold brew coffee, saying the flavor is better when the coffee beans haven't been exposed to high temperatures. The problem, however, is that cold brew coffee takes a long time to make -- usually 12 or more hours, which means you're going to have to put a lot of foresight and planning into your morning habit. Prisma Cold Brew aims to change this reality; the coffee maker is said to produce cold brew coffee in less than ten minutes, doing so in part using vacuum infusion.

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Goal Zero Nomad Folio joins OtterBox uniVERSE case system

Goal Zero Nomad Folio joins OtterBox uniVERSE case system

Last May, OtterBox, a leader in rugged smartphone cases, introduced a rather intriguing idea. A rugged iPhone case, of course, that can be extended with different sorts of attachments. A pseudo modular smartphone system, if you will. One of those to first jump into that OtterBox uniVERSE was Goal Zero with its Slide Battery. And now, in addition to finally launching that attachment, it is adding yet another member to the team, the Nomad Folio cover that adds a dash of renewable solar energy to your portable battery needs.

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iPad Pro Smart Keyboard gets Arabic, Italian, British English layouts

iPad Pro Smart Keyboard gets Arabic, Italian, British English layouts

Unless you've been exposed to other cultures and languages, you might presume that keyboards, be they for typewriters or computers, are a one size fits all kind of thing when it comes to the arrangement and characters on them. You might be surprised at the sometimes subtle variations in existence. Most keyboards, especially for mobile devices, sadly fail to take those into account. Apple, however, is quite keen on appealing to as many countries as possible, which is why it is now putting out Arabic, Italian, and British English layouts for its Smart Keyboards for the iPad Pro tablets of both sizes.

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IOFIT smart golf shoes launch on Kickstarter

IOFIT smart golf shoes launch on Kickstarter

IOFIT, a Samsung spinoff, has launched its previously unveiled smart golf shoes, doing so on Kickstarter where it aims to raise $30,000 in funds. The shoes, as we’ve detailed in the past, use smart technology to determine the force put on specific parts of the soles, as well as the overall balance of the golfer who is wearing them. This data is available on a mobile device like a smartphone or tablet, allowing the player to immediately see their own data, compare it to the data of other golfers, and more.

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There’s a new Samsung Gear VR to play nice with Note 7

There’s a new Samsung Gear VR to play nice with Note 7

Samsung isn't just launching a new phablet today, but introducing an updated version of its Gear VR virtual reality headset, complete with a new connector and a more immersive experience. The new Gear VR picks up where the existing, Oculus-powered model leaves off, with the Android smartphone docking in a bay at the front and lending its processing power and display to 360-degree photos and videos along with games and apps.

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HoloVit screen puts a small hologram on your desk

HoloVit screen puts a small hologram on your desk

There’s a new product seeking crowdfunding on Indiegogo called HoloVit, and it promises to bring holographic videos to your living room. The HoloVit is a clear screen of some sort that works with your existing tablet, phone, or other display-centric device. Videos recorded with a black background show only the video’s subject on the clear screen, making it appear as if a small hologram is hanging out on your table or desk. It appears to work somewhat similar to that DIY iPhone hologram we saw a few years ago.

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August Home teams up with Amazon to offer first Alexa-enabled door lock

August Home teams up with Amazon to offer first Alexa-enabled door lock

As time goes on, Amazon keeps bolstering the smart home capabilities of Alexa. The company announced today that it's adding the first Alexa Skill for door locks, with the August Home Smart Lock getting the distinction of being the first smart lock that's Alexa-enabled. Now owners of Alexa devices like the Echo or Tap can lock their front doors or check if the doors are locked using Alexa voice commands.

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Samsung patent filing shows off new wireless charger designs

Samsung patent filing shows off new wireless charger designs

We're just about a week away from finally getting a Galaxy Note 7 reveal, but a newly discovered Samsung patent shows that the Note 7 may not be the only thing on the horizon. The patent filing is for a variety of wireless chargers, which has been a big ticket feature for Samsung phones since the Galaxy S6 landed on the scene. With the Galaxy S7 and Note 5, Samsung rolled out new versions of its wireless charger, so it's not outside the realm of possibility that we'll see yet another one to accompany the Note 7.

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SteelSeries Rival 700 Mouse Review

SteelSeries Rival 700 Mouse Review

When the average user goes to buy a mouse, they usually don't care much about it, aside from the fact that it works, and is comfortable. However, when a PC gamer is in the market for a new mouse, there are a plethora of options that need to be considered. Buttons, sensors, weight, and more can all affect how your device performs during a game. Today, we're going to take a look at the Steelseries Rival 700.

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3D-printed Pokemon Go screen cover makes every ball throw perfect

3D-printed Pokemon Go screen cover makes every ball throw perfect

Pokemon Go has finally brought Pokemon catching to the masses, making it as simple as a finger swipe. Except, sometimes it's not that easy. Like when you're desperately trying to catch that Snorlax, and your Pokeball just keeps veering to the side. The trick is to move your finger in a straight line, something this 3D-printed phone case/screen cover makes far too easy.

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Apple Watch bands celebrate countries participating in the Olympics

Apple Watch bands celebrate countries participating in the Olympics

Every time the Olympic games are held, be it summer or winter games, you can count on lots of clothing and other tie ins to the games turning up. It’s no different for the Rio summer games kicking off soon. One of the first tech brands to offer something special for the Olympic games was Samsung with a special edition Galaxy S7 edge with Olympics colors and themes. Apple is now getting in on the Olympics fever with some bands for the Apple Watch that support all fourteen countries who are participating in the games.

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Modobag wants to bring rideable luggage to airports across the US

Modobag wants to bring rideable luggage to airports across the US

A campaign to fund the Modobag has gone live on Indiegogo, and it promises to be one of the strangest, most unique items you'll come across today. Modobag is a battery-powered, motorized piece of luggage that travelers can use to zip around airport terminals as they rush to catch their flight. The company behind Modobag says it will get you where you need to be three times faster than walking, meaning the frequently late among us may want to pay attention.

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