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Play Games Using a USB Stick Sized Portable Gaming Console [Video]

Written on January 03, 2013 by Avlya Jaie

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The GameStick runs on an Android System and can be easily plugged to the TV’s HDMI port

Game console creator, Jasper Smith, has created GameStick, a portable gaming console. It is as small as a USB stick and allows players to connect to the tv, without the complexity of cables and the bulkiness of your usual gaming consoles.

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Weird Looking Pillow Lets You Sleep Anywhere Without Showing Your Face [Video]

Written on September 30, 2012 by Aiken Lewis

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The Ostrich Pillow has holes for breathing, it covers your face and lets you comfortably sleep anywhere

Website, Kickstarter.com, now features a project which showcases a weird looking pillow that allows people to sleep anywhere they want to without showing their face. The unique product is called the Ostrich Pillow.

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Camera Accessory Provides Editing and Photo Sharing Option

Written on August 19, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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Kicstarter project, CameraMator, is a tool that equips cameras with viewing, editing and sharing ability

Photographers can now have the option to edit, view and share photos without the need to plug their cameras to a computer. Creator, Usman Rashid has came up with his concept, CameraMator, an accessory that provides wireless functionality to cameras.

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Alarm Clock Needs Passcode To Turn It Off

Written on July 09, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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The Ramos Alarm Clock, was created to encourage sleepers to move away from their beds and wake up

The Ramos Alarm Clock, discourages people from oversleeping. The Ramos, can be only turned off by entering a passcode on a keypad panel. The wireless keypad panel can be placed as far as 50 ft. away or 100 ft for the long-range version.

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Swoop – The First Mobile Plush for iPhones

Written on June 14, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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The Swoop was originally designed for people who love to sleep beside their iPhones. With this stuffed animal, users can ensure that they would never lose track of their gadgets and keep them protected most of the time.

For those people who can’t sleep without their iPhones beside them, now is the perfect time to give thanks to Kickstarter for making a cuddlier version of your favorite gadget. The photo that you are currently seeing above is quite real. A group of brilliant individuals had created the industry’s first mobile deluxe for iPhone and iPod touch.

This huggable stuffed owl, also known as Swoop, serves as a protective case for your iPhone or iPod touch. He is snuggly in bed, great for individuals of all shapes and sizes, and a lovely gift. It also has a transparent and user-friendly pouch, therefore, making it more cuddly and trendy.

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Diaspora: Facebook Alternative on Sept.15

Written on August 28, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Is Diaspora capable of overthrowing Mark Zuckerberg and his Facebook kingdom?

Diaspora first offered us an open-source for Social Networking. Making it a “Facebook Alternative” hypen up every human being on social sites. But after their May controversy, no news. We thought they died. Until today, when they said:

“We have Diaspora working, we like it, and it will be open-sourced on September 15th.”

That must be a news from heaven. But wait, it has been 3 golden months when the buzz began. The heat of the “Murder Facebook” and Privacy Issues were no longer a major concern to anyone. Plus a timely issue that Diaspora raised over $200,000 from the fundraising Kickstarter. But still Facebook is still growing and imagine a 500 Million users? The Privacy Concerns were dropped bomb but after that, Facebook remains the “Queen”. No Diaspora can dethrone.

We forgot to deactivate our accounts. So big Question is, what will they do?

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