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Pebble Time Steel smartwatch production kicks off this week

Pebble Time Steel smartwatch production kicks off this week

Backers of the Pebble Time Steel smartwatch when it was on Kickstarter will be glad to hear that Pebble has announced production will kick off this week. Pebble says that all watches sold during the Kickstarter campaign are being produced this month. Shipments to the first backers will start going out the last week of July. The last backers of the watch will start receiving tracking numbers by the end of August.

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BauBax Jacket has all the hidden features you need for travel

BauBax Jacket has all the hidden features you need for travel

In a few months, a horde of people will be clustering in airports and terminals to travel to their families for that annual dinner and majority of those dread the idea of the journey. Especially the packing. Wouldn't it be great if you had everything that you need to be in arm's reach really be in arm's reach? Wouldn't it be nice to have all of those and yet still look classy? That's exactly the promise of these BauBax Jackets that are filled with pockets and hidden features for everything you might need when you travel. And maybe even some that you don't.

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Blinky.Shoes are customizable LED light strips for your shoes

Blinky.Shoes are customizable LED light strips for your shoes

Do you miss those blinking shoes you had as a kid? Blinky.Shoes aims to fill that inner void, and it takes the technology to the next level. Blinky.Shoes are LED light strips with different colored LEDs and an accelerometer. They attach to one’s existing shoes via velcro, and have a circuit board and battery pack to control it all. The light strips are also open to customization, and users can program them with their own patterns and designs.

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Solar Paper is a paper-thin solar charger

Solar Paper is a paper-thin solar charger

Small solar chargers for your gadgets are nothing new, but the most modern batches are only vaguely similar to the first chargers on the market. Solar Paper is perhaps the best example of this -- it is a solar charger ranging from 2.5 watts to 10 watts, and it is thin enough to slip between the pages of a book, hence its name. The charger features a USB port for charging USB devices, and is scarcely larger than a dollar bill.

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Dot Bluetooth earbud packs 9 hours of call time into a tiny package

Dot Bluetooth earbud packs 9 hours of call time into a tiny package

Bluetooth headsets have been around for a very long time now and there are headsets of all sizes on the market to choose from. A new Bluetooth headset has debuted called the dot and it claims to be the smallest Bluetooth earbud in the world tipping the scales at 3.5g. It's compatible with iOS, Android, and Windows Phone Mobile devices. Despite being small, the dot has impressive battery life with 80 hours of standby.

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Vufine Wearable Display connects to anything with 720p HDMI signal

Vufine Wearable Display connects to anything with 720p HDMI signal

Google Glass and similar wearable products have people excited about new gadget types, but the price for the Google Glass wearable is prohibitive to many people. A new wearable display has launched called Vufine that connects to just about any glasses and allows users to take advantage of their smartphone and other devices in a new way. Vufine is able to connect to any device that can output a 720p HDMI signal and puts a display on your glasses similar to Google Glass.

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Skugga glasses instantly darken via e-tint tech

Skugga glasses instantly darken via e-tint tech

Glasses that tint when you're out in the sun are nothing new, but you're at their mercy -- the tint takes place without any input from the wearer, and so will tint at times when you don't want them to and will be clear in moments when you might want some shade. Enter the Skugga sunglasses -- they can be manually toggled between tinted and clear whenever the wearer would like, and instantly transform when they do. This is thanks to so-called electrochromic lenses and e-tint technology.

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Sliden’Joy makes your laptop a triple screen workstation

Sliden’Joy makes your laptop a triple screen workstation

Most people who have moved to multiple screens on their desktop computer will tell you that once you go multiple screen it's very hard to go back to a single display. You can use multiple screens on many laptops thanks to video outputs, but that is normally limited to in the home or office use only. A new system has debuted that is called Sliden'Joy and will add two more screens to you notebook that are portable and can be carried with you.

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Shenmue 3 PS4 physical copy reward announced

Shenmue 3 PS4 physical copy reward announced

We have been following Shenmue 3 since it was first announced at E3 2015 as a Kickstarter project. The team behind the game has announced a new update recently that will give backers of the project the option of getting the game on a physical disc. Many people prefer to have physical copies of their games rather than download only. Anyone backing the game at $60 or more will have the option of receiving a physical copy for the PS4.

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Sphericam 2 4K VR camera endorsed by John Carmack

Sphericam 2 4K VR camera endorsed by John Carmack

This week Oculus CTO and gaming industry veteran John Carmack lent his support for the next wave of VR-friendly 360-degree camera hardware. In Sphericam 2 is a 4K-resolution 360-degree array of cameras with built-in software allowing for the instant stitching of its media product. Photos and video footage from this device can be used for virtual reality projects of all sorts. This is the first 360-degree camera to offer global shutter capture as well as 60fps video at the same time as it captures said media in 4K resolution.

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olloclip Studio turns your iPhone into the ultimate creativity tool

olloclip Studio turns your iPhone into the ultimate creativity tool

Mobile photography have become the thing in smartphones, if the recent generation of devices is any indication. But while we have a long way to go before they can even match DSLRs, some have come close, especially with the help of accessories. olloclip has been one of those at the forefront of that wave, inspiring creativity no matter where you go. And now the team is back again with another ingenious creation, a entire system, not just a single accessory, that turns your iPhone 6 or 6 Plus into a walking recording studio. And it's aptly called olloclip Studio.

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Sony launches own crowdfunding platform “First Flight”

Sony launches own crowdfunding platform “First Flight”

Although Sony is still a big name in the industry, it no longer has the same force it had back in the days. It sold off its VAIO PC business to shed some unnecessary weight and it seems that its mobile devices might soon be on the way out as well. On the other hand, it also needs new businesses and products to keep it afloat, but a risk-averse culture and financial considerations keep it from jumping into more adventurous pursuits. The solution? A crowdfunding platform that encourages experimentation but, at the same time, shields it somewhat from failure.

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