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Aumeo audio device tailors the listening experience to you

Aumeo audio device tailors the listening experience to you

With many personal audio devices like smartphones and MP3 players, you can change the sound you hear based on different EQ settings. A new device has turned up that slips into the system between your smartphone and your headphones to help tailor the listening experience specifically to your unique hearing ability. The device is called Aumeo and it claims to be the first device of its type in the world.

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Musio intelligent robot aims to grow with you

Musio intelligent robot aims to grow with you

A new robot has bee unveiled that is designed to learn, adapt, and grow with its owner. The robot is called Musio and according to the creators, the robot can be a great learning tool for kids. Musio can’t move around on its own and the more you use the robot the smarter it becomes. Some versions are web connected to give them access to information you are looking for.

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Ayo smart glasses pipe artificial sunlight to your eyeballs

Ayo smart glasses pipe artificial sunlight to your eyeballs

The market is full of so-called "artificial suns", which produce light meant to replicate what you get from the sun. Those who keep odd schedules or frequently travel use the lights to help battle against tiredness or to reset a sleep schedule. A new pair of smart glasses aims to do the same thing, but with a twist: the light is provided near one's eyes, something the makers claim has a bunch of positive effects like making one feel alert at night without interfering with one's vision.

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YotaPhone 2 enters the US via Indiegogo

YotaPhone 2 enters the US via Indiegogo

After months of waiting, years if you count the first YotaPhone, the two-faced, and we mean that kindly, smartphone is ready to enter the US market. But now, you won't be able to get the YotaPhone 2 off your favorite carrier or from a retailer. At least not yet. Russian company Yota is perhaps still testing the North American waters and will be coursing the dual display AMOLED and e-ink smartphone via an Indiegogo campaign instead. Which should probably give them a more or less accurate assessment for the YotaPhone 2's demand.

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Jibo home robot pre-orders re-open

Jibo home robot pre-orders re-open

Multitasking home robot Jibo returns to the pre-order business after its initial funding is accomplished many times over. What you're seeing here is the talking robot known as Jibo, a machine made to interact with your family and friends at home. This machine has a display, camera, and connectivity that'll allow it to be a smart home controller in the future as well. While it started with money from average citizens like you on IndieGogo, Jibo is now a $25.3-million dollar Series A funded venture project.

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iMbrief smart briefcase lets you channel your inner spy

iMbrief smart briefcase lets you channel your inner spy

iMbrief is a briefcase that stands above ordinary briefcases due to the inclusion of all sorts of technology: there’s security features, digital storage options, GPS for tracking its location, a battery to charge devices, and more. This is all wrapped up in a relatively plain-looking briefcase that doesn’t visually stick out in the board room or on the plane. Overall, it is designed to meet the needs of modern users who frequently travel and have all the electronic goodies one would expect.

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Wallet Drone fits in your pocket, charges in its controller

Wallet Drone fits in your pocket, charges in its controller

Personal drones have become a so common that they have started to come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. A new crowdfunding campaign wants to stretch that size range even further. The name Wallet Drone probably says it all. The drone itself actually isn't the size of your wallet. In fact, it is much smaller than that. The tiny quadrocopter fits inside a controller box and that controller is the one that is the size of your wallet, letting you carry fun and mayhem anywhere you go.

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Fonkraft modular phone cancelled by Indiegogo

Fonkraft modular phone cancelled by Indiegogo

Google's Project Ara brought widespread attention to the possibilities of a modular smartphone, but there's still quite a bit of waiting to be had on that front. We've seen more than one modular smartphone surface, including the previously detailed but still secretive VSENN, and latest among them was Fonkraft, a relatively recent modular offering being hawked on the crowdfunding website Indiegogo. Unfortunately for its backers, that campaign was short lived.

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‘Night Terrors’ turns your home into a horror AR game

‘Night Terrors’ turns your home into a horror AR game

Horror games are fun and all, but when it gets too scary you get to turn the game off and return to your regular non-scary home. The horror survival game “Night Terrors” is different, in that your safe and comfy home becomes the base of the augmented reality game, and you're likely to hesitate turning corners long after calling it quits. As with other augmented reality offerings, the game overlays elements into your actual surroundings, and the end result — in this case — is being able to walk about your own home where various spooks and monsters will appear from around corners and in doorways.

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Connected Bike Pedals Track your Rides and Prevent Bike Theft

Connected Bike Pedals Track your Rides and Prevent Bike Theft

One of the big issues that face people who like to ride their bikes as an alternative to cars or public transportation is theft. Bike theft in many cities is a huge problem. A new type of pedal has been unveiled from a company called Connected Cycle. These pedals replace the normal pedals on a bike and are able to record the path you take when you ride your bike.

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GeniCan smart garbage can builds your next shopping list

GeniCan smart garbage can builds your next shopping list

A new smart home appliance has just cropped up, and it aims to make throwing out your kitchen waste a convenience. It’s called GeniCan, and it is a smart device that attaches to the top of your existing kitchen trash can. When an item is thrown away, the GeniCan scans the product and adds it to a growing shopping list for the next time you go shopping. It eliminates the need to write things down on a shopping list, and is joined by a few convenient features like finding coupons for the product (if available), and more.

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