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A selection of the most remarkable gadgets found during our obsessive research for cool technology news topics. These are the little things that make your life better, more productive, or that would simply make you smile.

Luxurious Apple Watch Band Will Set You Back $30,000

12/15/2014, Apple’s products are typically priced a little higher than the competition and the upcoming Apple Watch is no exception to the rule. The base price of the device is set at $350, a good deal more than most smartwatches out there today. While the other...

Bandai’s R2-D2 Wall Figure Gives Catcalls Whenever You Pass By

12/15/2014, The little Astromech that could, otherwise known as R2-D2 by all and sundry, has seen its fair share of merchandise sold across the world ever since he broke into mainstream consciousness back in 1977 with the release of Star Wars. Since then, we have...

TorrX Smart Ball Pump Will Save You Time And Second Guessing

12/15/2014, Have you ever tried to pump a ball full of air, but weren’t sure exactly how much or how little to pump? We guess if you play enough sports, like soccer or basketball that you should be able to tell based on the feel, but if you don’t, it could end up...

Amazon Fire TV Finally Gets HBO GO

12/15/2014, Amazon’s set-top box, the Fire TV, isn’t really short on content sources but today’s announcement is definitely going to be well received. The company has just announced that HBO GO is finally landing on the Amazon Fire TV. It supports...

Nest Google Now Integration Goes Live

12/15/2014, We reported just yesterday that soon Nest thermostat users will be able to control this connected object through Google Now. Today, the integration has gone live. Android users can now take advantage of Google Now to control their Nest thermostat by using...

Moto 360 Android Lollipop Update Released

12/15/2014, A couple of weeks back Google confirmed that the Lollipop update will be making its way to Android Wear devices. A few smartwatches were released this year powered by Google’s new platform for these devices. Moto 360 is the first Android Wear...

Runtastic And Oculus Rift Get Up And Running

12/15/2014, It goes without saying that keeping healthy is one of the core areas in life where everyone ought to look into – after all, health is wealth. However, there are moments in life when you do not feel as though you would like to work the treadmill, so...

Toshiba Wearable Fitness Tracker Spotted At The FCC

12/14/2014, Toshiba might have rolled out a wireless hard drive as well as an enterprise class tablet, but this does not mean that the company is not involved in other kinds of consumer electronics. In fact, we have spotted this unique wearable fitness tracker that...

Sling Media Reveals Slingplayer App For Amazon Fire TV

12/14/2014, The folks over at Sling Media have just revealed the Slingplayer app for the Amazon Fire TV, where upon installation of this free app, you will be able to make use of it so that you can stream not only live, but also recorded programs as well, all from a...

DIY $7 Qi Charger

12/14/2014, Now here is something that you might want to skip on when as a DIY project, unless you have the cojones to go ahead with it. A Redditor who carries the moniker PAY_CLOSE_ATTENTION has put up a fair number of photos of what has been described to be a “$7...

Google Now Will Soon Be Able To Control Your Nest

12/14/2014, Nest is a company that makes a popular smart thermostat of the same name, as well as a smoke alarm. The company was purchased by Google and soon after the deal went through it unveiled a new program called “Works with Nest,” which would allow...

Tobii Glasses 2 Wearable Eye Tracker Begins To Ship

12/12/2014, Tobii is a company that is involved with eye-tracking research solutions, and they have just announced the shipping of its Tobii Glasses 2 to customers worldwide who placed a pre-order for the product earlier this year. It looks like this is going to...

3DRudder Needs Funds To Get Off The Ground

12/11/2014, When it comes to getting an idea off the ground but not having enough dough to do so, crowdfunding seems to be the most popular route that budding inventors take these days. After all, it does give you an idea on how many other people out there actually...