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Keycharge portable battery fits on a keychain

Keycharge portable battery fits on a keychain

There is no shortage of portable battery options, some smaller than others but most large enough that you'll need to keep it in a pocket or bag. That's a hassle and makes it easy to forget the device somewhere, and is what makes the Keycharge stand out. Keycharge features a 1000mAh battery, and is small enough to fit on a keychain, meaning it is always available if you have your keys on you. Keycharge also doubles as a flash drive with up to 32GB of storage.

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Indiegogo launches Life site to fund personal projects

Indiegogo launches Life site to fund personal projects

Crowdfunding sites abound, with Kickstarter and Indiegogo being the two most recognizable of the bunch. Some of the services are welcoming to all types of funding projects, while others are fairly narrow in what can be posted. To lay any confusion about its own service to rest, Indiegogo has launched a new portal called Life that is dedicated specifically to personal projects in whatever form they might be -- funding for medical treatment, social efforts, and more.

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Zap&Go supercapacitor charger juices up in 5 minutes

Zap&Go supercapacitor charger juices up in 5 minutes

Zap&Go is a small charger bid as the first graphene supercapacitor charger designed for smartphones and tablets, as well as any similar devices like ebook readers and Bluetooth headphones. The device is designed to solve your charging woes, able to fully charge itself in five minutes, after which point it functions as a mobile device charger. This is in contrast to regular portable battery chargers, which often take hours to recharge.

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Uno Noteband uses speed reading to zip through notifications

Uno Noteband uses speed reading to zip through notifications

You've likely used or viewed a demonstration of Spritz speed reading technology at some point -- it shows individual words at a fast rate to improve reading time. Uno Noteband is bid as the first wearable to utilize this technology, allowing wearers to read their incoming messages and notifications quickly one word at a time. In addition to the speed-reading functionality, the wearable also functions as a fitness tracker.

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Carbon Flyer video drone is smartphone controlled

Carbon Flyer video drone is smartphone controlled

Carbon fiber has been around for a long time and is routinely used in situations where strength, lightweight, and performance are required. The material is used frequently in aircraft and automotive production. A new video drone has debuted called the Carbon Flyer that is made completely from carbon fiber.

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Watch made from Micro HDD is a geeks dream

Watch made from Micro HDD is a geeks dream

There are plenty of geeky watches out there. Some of them have strange lights that tell time in a manner so complex you have to read instructions and learn to tell time on them. There are also plenty of smartwatches on the market that interface with your smartphone. A new watch has debuted that is a different sort of geeky called the HDDWatch.

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Sinclair ZX Spectrum redux brings 1,000 retro games

Sinclair ZX Spectrum redux brings 1,000 retro games

The Sinclair ZX Spectrum is being reborn as a retro gaming console, bringing with it 1,000 games and a tweaked design that facilitates playing them. The new console has been announced by Retro Computers and Sir Clive Sinclair, and it is able to run all the games developed for the original Sinclair Spectrum. The development is finished and a final prototype is ready to head into production, and so the folks behind it have taken to Indiegogo for the funding.

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Indiegogo testing insurance feature for backers

Indiegogo testing insurance feature for backers

Here’s a sad little fact you probably know all too well: that crowd-funded thing you like may not actually come to life. Ever. There’s a good chance excitement got the better of you, and you laid down a few bucks based on drawings and a really earnest team behind the project. You like the idea, and want in on the device/whatever from the jump, but you’re taking a risk. A new scheme from Indiegogo offers insurance for your investment, but also holds the team responsible — well, responsible.

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Embrace smartwatch tracks stress, detects seizures

Embrace smartwatch tracks stress, detects seizures

The Embrace smartwatch is a wearable that offers many of the expected features you get with modern wristbands: activity tracking, smartphone connectivity, a watchface for checking the time, and other similar features. Embrace brings with it a couple unique twists, however, one of which that aims to potentially save lives -- namely, the ability to detect seizures when they happen. With this functionality, both the user and a caregiver are given alerts when a seizure is detected, allowing appropriate medical steps to be taken without delay.

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Peek Retina adapter brings eye exams to smartphones

Peek Retina adapter brings eye exams to smartphones

Peek Retina is a smartphone adapter that aims to bring eye examinations anywhere they're needed, such as remotely located medical clinics that don't otherwise have access to the necessary hardware for performing eye assessments. Peek stands for Portable Eye Examination Kit, and as its name suggests the adapter is entirely portable -- small enough to fit in a pocket along with the smartphone to which it will be attached, offering both a retina camera functionality and an ophthalmoscope while leveraging the smartphone's camera.

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