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RippleBuds mono-earbud is a nearly invisible wireless headset

RippleBuds mono-earbud is a nearly invisible wireless headset

There’s a new mono-earbud on the market, and its called RippleBuds. The earbuds are two individual units that can be used together or separately, and unlike an ordinary Bluetooth earpiece, the unit fits fully inside one’s ear, no extended microphone to be found. Despite the small size, RippleBuds’ creator says the unit offers noise blocking technology and features an integrated microphone for on-the-go phone calls.

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Oombrella connected umbrella reminds you to take it with you

Oombrella connected umbrella reminds you to take it with you

I think we can all relate to those days when the forecast is bad, but you forget your umbrella at home when you leave for the day. It's annoying to fight the rain when you walked out the door leaving your umbrella behind. A new connected umbrella called the oombrella may eliminate the chance of forgetting to take an umbrella with you.

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Lifepack gear bag has built-in locking cable, solar charger

Lifepack gear bag has built-in locking cable, solar charger

Many people work on the go, whether for their company or as a freelancer hopping from one gig to another. That means packing a lot of expensive equipment up into a single bag and taking it into the great outdoors…where it is vulnerable to thieves. Enter Lifepack, a new backpack aimed at on-the-go individuals; it features an integrated locking cable for securing the bag, and a solar charger for keeping devices juiced up.

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System Shock Remastered gameplay trailer looks nothing like 1994

System Shock Remastered gameplay trailer looks nothing like 1994

Back in the day one of the hottest games out there was the game System Shock. That game debuted in 1994 and was a first-person cyberpunk RPG; it still has legions of fans to this day. Night Dive Studios is a game developer known for buying up the rights to old games and launching them again and it is doing this with System Shock.

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Carv is a ski coach that slips into your boots

Carv is a ski coach that slips into your boots

Carv is a wearable device for skiers that is meant to be a digital ski coach. Carv offers users feedback typically reserved for elite skiers with an expensive and knowledgeable coach to watch and teach as they ski. The Carv sensor device is able to measure things like motion and pressure distribution and relays that data through earphones that the skier wears in real-time.

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Nurugo Micro: a 400x microscope for smartphones

Nurugo Micro: a 400x microscope for smartphones

Nurugo has introduced the Nurugo Micro, a small attachment that fits over a smartphone’s camera, transforming it into a 400x microscope. With it, users are able to see microscopic details using their phone’s built-in camera, presenting a low-cost and highly portable way for students, researchers in the field, and more to gather images.

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Tmouse deformable mouse gives you two gripping styles

Tmouse deformable mouse gives you two gripping styles

The mouse has been around for many years now and normally when we are talking about a new mouse, it's basically the same design we always see with similar shape and button placement. A mouse has turned up on Kickstarter called Tmouse that is termed a deformable mouse that gives two grip methods allowing the user to choose what is most comfortable.

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Modular YOUMO power strip lets you customize the ports and outlets

Modular YOUMO power strip lets you customize the ports and outlets

Typically, when you buy a power strip all you get are outlets for plugging things in. Some might give you a USB port or two for charging other devices, but most don’t. A new power strip has turned up on Kickstarter that is called the YOUMO power strip and it allows the user to choose the configuration and what sort of outlets or ports it offers for your devices.

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Coleco Chameleon “retro” console Kickstarter launch delayed

Coleco Chameleon “retro” console Kickstarter launch delayed

We've usually heard of Kickstarter projects getting delayed or even canceled after getting funded. We've even seen a few that got their plugs pulled right in the middle of the campaing. But a delay even before Kickstarter starts? Not that common. And yet that is the strange situation that Retro Video Game Systems, the group behind the equally strange Coleco Chameleon gaming console, has found themselves in. They are delaying the "pre-sell" campaign supposedly to finalize the already existing prototype and to "make it even better."

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Mighty streams music without needing a phone

Mighty streams music without needing a phone

Streaming music is normally associated with using the battery of your smartphone, which can leave you unable to make calls when you need to. A new device has turned up on Kickstarter that will eliminate the need for you to use your mobile device for streaming music and it is called Mighty. The device uses Bluetooth and WiFi and is compatible with Android and iPhone devices. It is able to play music for up to 48 hours without needing an internet connection.

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Here are the first new Shenmue 3 screenshots

Here are the first new Shenmue 3 screenshots

Remember Shenmue 3? The game that was seemingly announced out of nowhere at E3 last year and went on to smash a number of Kickstarter records with its crowdfunding campaign? Well, creator Yu Suzuki has taken a break to step out and prove that work is still progressing on the $6.3 million-funded project with a handful of new screenshots. Suzuki and his team were present at the Monaco Anime Game International Conferences (MAGIC) event in, well, Monaco, today to give a presentation.

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Ossic X headphones calibrate 3D audio to the listener

Ossic X headphones calibrate 3D audio to the listener

Audio fans looking for headphones with high quality sound can now check out the Ossic X headphones that offer something unique. These headphones claim to be the first in the world to offer 3D sound that instantly calibrates to the listener. By calibrating the sound to the listener using head tracking and individual anatomy calibration, the Ossic X headphones claim to deliver an increased sense of auditory space and sound quality.

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