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CHiP Wants To Be The Nespresso For Cookies

11/02/2016, There are many ways to make coffee, but if you’re after consistency, Nespresso (and other similar devices) can help with that. The amount of coffee ground has already been measured in individual pods, along with the temperature of the water, and the...

MODI Makes It Easy For Anyone To Create IoT Or Robotic Devices

11/02/2016, Want to create some gadget for yourself but think that is only possible if you had some kind of engineering or software development background? We suppose sometimes it can come across intimidating, but Luxrobo is hoping to change that perception with...

‘Cork’ Will Turn Any Used Bottle Into A Speaker

11/02/2016, When it comes to speakers, there are so many options available that it’s really hard to pick one, especially since speakers aren’t really something you change on a regular basis. The good news is that if you do love the idea of changing its look every...

Kickstarter Announces New ‘Kickstarter Live’ Feature

11/01/2016, Kickstarter is a great platform in which many products have gone from concept to reality. For the most part, a lot of the successful Kickstarter projects we’ve seen involve a fancy video and perfectly shot and posed photos, but Kickstarter is hoping to...

Sence Is A Wearable That Can Apparently Detect Your Emotions

10/31/2016, Have you heard of mood rings? If you haven’t, these are basically rings that supposedly change color according to how you are feeling. Whether or not you believe that such things work is a debate for another day, but a Kickstarter campaign for a...

Bonjour Is A Smart Alarm Clock That Learns Your Habits

10/26/2016, There are many ways to be woken up, although most of the time we rely on our clocks and our smartphones, both of which are more than capable of getting the job done. However in case you wanted a “smarter” way to wake up, not to worry as there are...

The Auxillite Is A Beautiful Solution To An iPhone 7 Problem

10/24/2016, One of the “problems” of the iPhone 7 is that it has done away with the headphone jack. This means that users who want to connect their headphones will either need to do so wirelessly, or connect it via Lightning. The only problem with that is by...

SoundHound Debuts Their Take On The Amazon Echo & Google Home

10/17/2016, Amazon’s surprising success with the Echo speaker and its Alexa assistant has prompted other tech companies to follow suit. For example Google launched their own alternative called Google Home, and there have also been rumors that Apple could be...

$10 Dongle Lets You Charge Your iPhone And Listen To Music

09/29/2016, We suppose you could consider the lack of a headphone jack on the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus one of the limitations of the new iPhone. Because the Lightning port is used for charging, it also means that users have to choose between either charging their iPhone,...

Handheld Jet Thruster Takes The Hard Work Out Of Swimming

09/26/2016, If you swim for exercise or competitively, you know that it can be pretty tiring. However thanks to technology, there is now a way for you to exert less energy while swimming faster. This is thanks to the Bixpy Jet, a propulsion system that will help you...

Astro Core Lets Your Camera Take Unique Timelapse Photos & Videos

09/23/2016, Timelapse photography and videography are beautiful things to behold, since essentially what happens is that it sums up an entire day, or days, into a couple of seconds and/or minutes. However pulling off an interesting timelapse can be tricky, but...

The Fidget Cube Is The Ultimate Toy For Those Who Can’t Sit Still

09/10/2016, We all fidget from time to time. Sometimes we do it when we’re bored, sometimes we do it when we’re nervous, or for some of us, we just can’t sit still. Whether it be tapping on the table, drumming your hands on your lap, tapping your feet, shaking...

The Wolfe Will Turn Your Mac Into A Better Gaming Rig

08/23/2016, Apple’s higher-end MacBooks and iMacs come with GPUs. They aren’t necessarily the most powerful GPUs, but they are there if you need to do things like edit videos, photos, or play games, in which they should be able to do a better job compared to an...