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YotaPhone 2 to arrive on Indiegogo this spring

YotaPhone 2 to arrive on Indiegogo this spring

Remember the YotaPhone 2? It's the sleeker second-generation version of the smartphone with two displays: a regular LCD on the front, and an energy-sipping e-paper display on the back. We got our hands on the phone back in December, but it hasn't thus far been available to consumers in the United States -- something that will be changing this spring when it launches on Indiegogo. Those who jump on the crowdfunding campaign will be given incentives for doing so, but the phone is set to cost about $600 when it arrives.

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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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Indiegogo Insurance Perk offers a refund for failed products

Indiegogo Insurance Perk offers a refund for failed products

Crowdfunding, be it from Kickstarter, Indiegogo, or any other service, is quite the thing these days, allowing creators and buyers to make their dreams a reality. But not every campaign has a fairy tale ending and a not a few hearts have been broken. Indiegogo, perhaps the second most popular crowdfunding platform, is now testing out a new way to mend those broken dreams, at least by offering recompense and a refund, in case a product is not able to ship within a specified amount of time.

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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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CarVi smart ‘puck’ is a personal driving assistant

CarVi smart ‘puck’ is a personal driving assistant

CarVi is a puck-shaped smart device designed for use in vehicles, where it is mounted to the windshield and paired with a smartphone. Driving metrics like how roughly one brakes and how suddenly they accelerate are gathered. More useful for the immediate act of driving is also gathered using real-time video surveillance via a camera in the CarVi; the footage is used to determine if there's some issue the driver should be aware of, including things like whether a driver up ahead has suddenly changed lanes.

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Nano Drone quadcopter fits in your palm

Nano Drone quadcopter fits in your palm

The company behind the CX-10 Series Nano Drone has updated its design in many ways and introduced those changes as part of its new Nano Drone, a miniature quadcopter with the functionality of a personal drone and a size that fits in your palm. The result is a nimble, feature rich tiny drone that can zip around one's room or office, withstand most bumps and drops and other oopsies, and provide new operators with a low-investment option for learning the ropes.

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Enko running shoes absorbs shocks, boosts strides

Enko running shoes absorbs shocks, boosts strides

Technology these days has us focusing on our health and fitness, but most of them through monitoring devices like smartwatches and fitness bands. But sometimes, the most efficient and effective improvement doesn't have to be the most sophisticated or complicated. Like these pair of Enko running shoes. You won't find any digital or smart component in here. What you will discover, instead, are shock absorbers that not only protect your feet from injury-causing impact, but also stores and then releases energy in order to give your feet a push to power up your running.

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