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Hexo+ is a smart drone camera built for action

Hexo+ is a smart drone camera built for action

Aspiring movie makers and action sports lovers gather because startup Squadrone Systems has a proposition for you. What if you could film an extraordinary and expensive looking action shot from high above the air, without need for a cameraman or a drone pilot? Well, now you can, or soon will be able to once the Hexo+ autonomous aerial camera goes into production.

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Double Fine Kickstarter game Broken Age now on the iPad

Double Fine Kickstarter game Broken Age now on the iPad

Some would say that, like the game itself, the iPad version of Double Fine's high profile Kickstarter game "Broken Age" was a long time coming. Regardless whether iPad users felt entitled to it or not, considering it was never promised in the Kickstarter campaign initially, the game is here, or at least part of it.

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Glance aims to turn any watch into a smartwatch

Glance aims to turn any watch into a smartwatch

Smartwatches are finding their way in the world, but there are still those who prefer a regular wristwatch. For them, the decision to get a smartwatch is a bit more troubling. Do you lose the mechanical reliability for cool notifications? A new gadget named Glance doesn’t force you to make that decision.

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Reading Rainbow Kickstarter exceeds $1m goal

Reading Rainbow Kickstarter exceeds $1m goal

If your childhood took place in the 80s or 90s, you likely spent your fair share of time watching Reading Rainbow, the book-hailing TV show starring LeVar Burton. Earlier today, Burton and his team launched a Kickstarter campaign to bring Reading Rainbow back, and a handful of hours later it broke the $1,000,000 mark.

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La Fenice coffee machine promises groundbreaking brewing

La Fenice coffee machine promises groundbreaking brewing

Coffee and crowdfunding aren't new bedfellows, but an Italian project to rethink the espresso machine, La Fenice, may be the most ambitious we've seen so far. The chrome and wood brewer may look retro at first glance, but it claims to house some seriously new tech - in coffee making terms, anyway - relying on electromagnetic induction to heat water almost instantaneously, give incredible control over its temperature, and even save electricity by avoiding keeping a boiler up to temperature all the time, along with some other sprinklings of geek-appeal.

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