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Mophie OutRide for iPhone now available

Mophie OutRide for iPhone now available

Back in August, we mentioned that iPhone accessory maker mophie had announced a new product called the OutRide that promise to turn the iPhone into a rugged sports camera. Originally, the OutRide was expected to launch in September, but September came and went with no official availability. Mophie has now announced that the OutRide is available to purchase.

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Cavity Case won’t send you to the dentist

Cavity Case won’t send you to the dentist

If you're anything like me, you have a ton of stuff you have to take with you when you're out and on the go. You've probably got your wallet, key ring, your smartphone, and who knows what else all crammed in the pockets of your jeans. That also probably means when you need something specific you end up digging around in your pocket as if it's a bottomless pit trying to find what you need.

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iXtreme adventure and gaming case for the iPhone 4 and 5

iXtreme adventure and gaming case for the iPhone 4 and 5

It's become rather popular to use the iPhone as a sports camera with several cases now available that can turn your iPhone into a rugged sports camera. The idea is that since many people already own an iPhone, rather than investing significant money in an action camera such as a GoPro you can simply encase your iPhone and its high-quality camera in a case that can withstand drops, bumps, and the elements.

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Seidio unveils VITREO shatterproof glass covering for iPad

Seidio unveils VITREO shatterproof glass covering for iPad

If you have an iPad and want to keep it looking good, odds are you're using some sort of screen overlay to keep it from getting scratches. The problem with most screen overlays is that they are made from some sort of adhesive film. That film can be difficult to place on the screen of the iPad smoothly and often those films start to peel away in short order, leaving bubbles on your screen.

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Motorola kills Android Webtop

Motorola kills Android Webtop

Motorola has axed development of its Webtop system, claiming underwhelming sales means further investment in the idea of using a smartphone as the core of a desktop-replacement hub was unfeasible. Webtop, a custom feature of several recent Motorola Android smartphones, worked with desktop docks and notebook-like Lapdock clamshells to offer a full version of Firefox among other features; however, Motorola confirmed to CNET, the expectation is that core Android functionality itself will make its own Webtop work redundant.

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