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Omate Rise is the latest 3G-compatible Android smartwatch

Omate Rise is the latest 3G-compatible Android smartwatch

Omate is one the more low-key manufacturers in the smartwatch game right now, but that doesn't mean they're lacking in effort. The company has just announced its latest wearable, the Rise, a circular smartwatch that runs Android 5.1, features 3G support with a Micro SIM card slot, and has a wallet-friendly price of just $200. Just don't expect to pick one up as a Christmas gift, as the Rise is launching on Indiegogo later this week, with shipments expected to begin March 2016.

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One Education’s Infinity modular laptop/tablet hits Indiegogo

One Education’s Infinity modular laptop/tablet hits Indiegogo

It was way back in February that the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) initiative and its partner One Education announced a modular laptop/tablet hybrid, dubbed the XO-Infinity, promising a debut in the following weeks. Well, it's a bit later than expected, but One Education finally has working prototypes, and, after dropping the XO part of the name, has now launched an Indiegogo campaign to crowdfund the Infinity.

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FUSAR Mohawk modular helmet system includes action cam

FUSAR Mohawk modular helmet system includes action cam

FUSAR has created a modular smart helmet system that includes, among many other things, a camera. The system is designed to mount on helmets, whether its a bicycle helmet or a motorcycle helmet, and provide a variety of features that would otherwise require a bunch of different gadgets cobbled together. The system is called Mohawk, and it includes a camera, activity tracker, music player, black box, emergency alert system, and more.

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Czur scanner lets you create a custom digital library

Czur scanner lets you create a custom digital library

Bookworms who like to be able to keep all of their favorite books on a digital reader, but don’t want to buy all of their favorite print titles over to get them in digital versions can take advantage of the Czur scanner. The scanner is made specifically for scanning their books and documents in printed or written form into the digital world.

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Phazon wireless earbuds are one-size fits all and water-resistant

Phazon wireless earbuds are one-size fits all and water-resistant

There are a lot of challenges when it comes to picking the right set of earbuds. Many people just buy the set that looks good and hope they won't fall out of the ears when they are exercising and that they will fit well. A new set of earbuds called Phazon has debuted and they claim to be the world's first one-size fits all earbuds.

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GluCase phone case makes blood sugar testing mobile

GluCase phone case makes blood sugar testing mobile

GluCase aims to improve life for diabetics by merging smartphones and glucometers together into a single device. The device looks like an ordinary smartphone case, but features a built in blood glucose meter, which works with a related mobile app to present, store, and interpret the data. The data can also be shared with a care team, whether it is a doctor who is monitoring one’s diabetes or to a caregiver concerned about a loved one’s sugar levels.

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LucidCam camera brings VR content creation to consumers

LucidCam camera brings VR content creation to consumers

Virtual reality holds as much promise for the entertainment industry as it does for the gaming industry, but it is still largely relegated to the realm of high-budget projects able to invest in large VR camera rigs. The team behind LucidCam aims to change that; they've developed a small pocketable camera with stereoscopic lenses that allows the everyday consumer to record VR content, and it won't cost more than the average smartphone.

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Alpha 2 humanoid robot is a tiny personal assistant

Alpha 2 humanoid robot is a tiny personal assistant

A new and very small robot has debuted called Alpha 2. This bot looks like a toy but promises the power to be intelligent, interactive, and expandable. The bot is designed for use by the whole family, not just as a plaything for the kids. The bot has a bunch of functions and can hold conversations allowing it to be a tutor or an interpreter.

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PuzzlePhone is another modular device seeking crowdfunding

PuzzlePhone is another modular device seeking crowdfunding

The concept of modular devices is trying so hard to become the next gadget trend, similar to wearables 2-3 years ago. Another startup is here to give it a shot, this time with PuzzlePhone, a modular smartphone with a simple, clean design, and only three parts to combine. The creators bill the device as having a "brain" (a processor, RAM, storage, and camera), a "spine" (the screen and central housing structure), and a "heart" (the battery and any remaining components), and now they're taking the PuzzlePhone to Indiegogo in a crowdfunding campaign.

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SprayPainter turns you into a graffiti artist

SprayPainter turns you into a graffiti artist

If you like the idea of painting graffiti style art in your home or office, but lack the artistic skills to make that happen on your own the SprayPainter is for you. SprayPainter is an accessory that clips to a can of spray paint and makes it sort of like a dot matrix printer from back in the day. Using dots of spray, the device is able to create any work of art you want.

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Give your bike a real headlight & turn signals with these LEDs

Give your bike a real headlight & turn signals with these LEDs

Products that attach LED lights to bicycle wheels for improved visibility are nothing new, but the latest version from Revolights drastically improves on previous designs, not only with turn signals and better battery usage, but integration with a mobile app. Revolights has just launched an Indiegogo campaign for their newest set, called Eclipse and Eclipse+, which still work by creating two arcs of light as the LEDs pass through specific positions during wheel rotations.

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Indiegogo launches ‘Generosity’ charity site, adds nonprofits

Indiegogo launches ‘Generosity’ charity site, adds nonprofits

Last December, Indiegogo launched a variation of its crowdfunding platform called “Indiegogo Life”, which was dedicated toward charity types: non-profits, those raising funds for medical issues, and the like. On Wednesday, Indiegogo made a somewhat significant change to Life that better narrowed the focus on what it’s all about: it changed the site’s name to “Generosity”. Generosity has its own domain, and it has been expanded to include nonprofits.

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