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Blackberry wins major court case against Typo to the sum of $860,000

Blackberry wins major court case against Typo to the sum of $860,000

...and that is not a typo. Back in the early days of smartphones, Blackberry was the undisputed heavy-weight champion. Everybody who was anybody at the time owned a Blackberry phone. One of the main features of Blackberry’s was the keyboard; as tiny as it was, but people loved typing away on it. Hoping to recapture some of that former glory, A company called Typo introduced an iPhone case that makes your phone look eerily like a Blackberry. Online posts and comments started, and Of course, Blackberry saw it as well. They were not too amused by this, resulting in a major lawsuit in January last year. The former king of cell phones just won this lawsuit and now Typo has to pay up.

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Amazon falls in 2nd place to Alibaba in drone race

Amazon falls in 2nd place to Alibaba in drone race

Amazon’s Drone delivery program will catapult the world fully into the 21st century! I remember that day quite clearly. Waking up, turning on the computer for the latest tech news, and seeing THE Amazon headline. You know the one I mean: Amazon announces delivery by drones. The future had finally come at last. We still didn’t have the flying cars we were promised as children, but this drone thing was very cool indeed. Seems like China has beat Amazon to the Punch.

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Clicking away on a OneBoard Pro+ Keyboard PC

Clicking away on a OneBoard Pro+ Keyboard PC

If you’re above the age of 30, you will surely remember having to lug your heavy PC and Monitor to your friend’s house for a Multiplayer Gaming session. Or moving to another apartment, and dreading having to schlepp one of the super-heavy PCs of yore to the new destination. Luckily, computers are getting ever smaller, more compact, and useful these days. Although there are plenty of compact PC’s on the market, a company called Acooo wanted to combine the two (arguably) most important components of the PC experience into one compact unit. A full Android PC inside a Keyboard? Stroke of genius, or gimmicky idea?. Read on and decide for yourself.

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Gerp Mount wants to hold all your gadgets

Gerp Mount wants to hold all your gadgets

You probably have a lot of handheld devices -- tablets, phones, cameras, and more -- and utilizing them effectively isn't always that simple. Holding onto a tablet for a long period of time can become a hand strain, for example, and as cameras get tinier they also become harder to handle. Various stands and mounts are available for different types of gadgets, but the folks behind Gerp Mount want to simplify those by offering an all-in-one handle of sorts that can handle mostly any type of gadget.

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Jack wireless guitar adapter connects amps without cords

Jack wireless guitar adapter connects amps without cords

Everything else is going wireless, and your guitar is no exception. Jack is a simple wireless adapter that connects to a guitar and pairs with an adapter for the guitar's related amp. Once connected, users can rock out without the hassle of cables and without, says the maker, suffering with poor audio quality. The adapter isn't limited to guitars, however, also working with any other instrument featuring the same amp connection port. We have all the details after the jump.

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Chemex gets lazy with Ottomatic coffee brewer

Chemex gets lazy with Ottomatic coffee brewer

Chemex may normally be one of the more labor-intensive ways of making coffee - not to mention one of the more popular - but lazy caffeine addicts can now automate the process with the Ottomatic maker. The new brewer keeps the hourglass-shaped Chemex flask, but replaces the brewer's hand (and their hot-water kettle) with a heating system and "Greedy Cup" sprayhead, that still takes into account factors like pre-infusion time.

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Don’t Move tags stick to anything and alert if disturbed

Don’t Move tags stick to anything and alert if disturbed

Living in shared accommodations can be a hassle, as can working in an office or any other number of situations where people are prone to getting in your stuff. There are tricks to determine if something has been tampered with: tape over a drawer seam, a penny precariously balanced on an edge. They're archaic and not terribly accurate, among other things, and now fully obsolete thanks to the roster of connected devices that abound. The "Don't Move" Bluetooth tags, a new product being funded on Indiegogo, may stand chief among them all.

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ChargerLeash Pro charging cable shrieks when you forget it

ChargerLeash Pro charging cable shrieks when you forget it

Charging cables are cheap enough to lose, but that's beyond the point: they're priceless when lost somewhere a replacement isn't easily obtained, and that makes them a precious commodity at times. It is easy to forget your charging cable, however, and by the time you realize it is back in your hotel room or at the airport, turning around to recover it isn't feasible. You spring for an over-priced replacement from the convenience store or gas station, and after paying a massive markup, the perks of having a cord that shrieks when you forget it begin to look appealing.

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Samsung’s new USB cable lets you charge three devices at once

Samsung’s new USB cable lets you charge three devices at once

Charging more than one gadget at a time can involve jumping through a few hoops -- either you don't have enough cables for them all, or you're short a USB port or outlet. This results in charging some devices partially, swapping in different ones, and never having quite enough battery life when you need it. Samsung is targeting that issue with its newly unveiled three-in-one USB cable.

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