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Keyport Slide 2.0 launches on Kickstarter

Keyport Slide 2.0 launches on Kickstarter

The Keyport Slide is not a new product. In fact, we have been talking about this little key consolidating gadget for years. But as of today we are seeing details of the follow up, appropriately dubbed the Keyport Slide 2.0. Except instead of a regular launch being done on the Keyport website, the company has chosen to do this as a Kickstarter project. The project still has 29 days remaining and is showing an expected delivery date of May 2013.

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myIDkey is a secure biometric Bluetooth/USB drive that also manages passwords

myIDkey is a secure biometric Bluetooth/USB drive that also manages passwords

A product called myIDkey is currently available on Kickstarter seeking the funding it needs to come to market. The people behind the project need $150,000 to bring the device to market and with 28 days to go the project has raised over $113,000. The device i will s a voice-activated fingerprint secure Bluetooth/USB drive that can display passwords and personal information online.

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Embrace+ bracelet notifies you with light

Embrace+ bracelet notifies you with light

It seems like every time we turn around there is some sort of wearable device that is designed to interface with various smartphones. A new wearable smartphone notification device has hit Kickstarter called the Embrace+. The project designers described the system as a fashion accessory with true functionality.

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3Doodler crushes Kickstarter goal in hours

3Doodler crushes Kickstarter goal in hours

Yesterday we mentioned a new project that had landed on Kickstarter that is incredibly cool. The project is called the 3Doodler pen and it's a pen that is able to draw in the air making 3-D creations that you can keep. The project had a goal of raising a mere $30,000 and is set to fund on Monday, March 25.

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3Doodler 3D printer pen hits Kickstarter

3Doodler 3D printer pen hits Kickstarter

3D printers are undeniably cool, but their price also puts them out of the reach of most; that's where 3Doodler steps in, a 3D printing pen hitting Kickstarter today and promising to make sketches physical. The chubby stylus squirts out of a stream of thermoplastic from its 270 degree-C nib, which is instantly cooled by an integrated fan. By laying different streams of plastic, tugging up streams of it to make 3D structures, and piecing different layers together, you can create 3D designs on a budget.

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Kickstarter hits iPhone for hands-on mobile crowdfunding

Kickstarter hits iPhone for hands-on mobile crowdfunding

It's time for more Kickstarter fun and action than you can handle as the crowdfunding group brings on their very first mobile app for iPhone. This app will allow you to fund and follow projects galore as well as follow your friends - and the projects you've backed! You'll be able to check all the newest and most powerful ideas in the land as well as watch your own funded projects flourish!

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Kickstarter Rhino Shield promises to protect your device from impact breaks

Kickstarter Rhino Shield promises to protect your device from impact breaks

Evolutive Labs has started a Kickstarter project for its Rhino Shield, an impact-resistant screen protector that isn't much larger than your average screen protector, but that promises to help shield your device from cracks and breaks. The screen protector is said to function both as a standalone piece and as part of a larger case, and can be had for the price of a single pledge.

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Meta plans true augmented reality with Epson-powered wearable

Meta plans true augmented reality with Epson-powered wearable

The augmented reality scene is hotting up, with the promise of full computer-mediated vision for the mainstream and another hint that Google won't have the Glass market all to itself thanks to an incoming headset from startup Meta. The wearable project actually goes one step further than Project Glass, putting a full twin-display digital environment - controlled by two hand 3D tracking - in front of the user, rather than floating notifications and prompts in the corner of their eye as Google's system does.

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