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    Designer Devon Briggs has created a convenient product that looks like a credit card but pops out to make a fork. It disposable and can be kept in your wallet. Credit Card Cutlery is made from biodegradable plastic. It's an easy way for anyone to carry a backup fork, whether they've run out at the BBQ you're at, or you just forgot to grab one when buying lunch. Not to mention its obvious uses for self-defense.
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    If you are always fumbling around trying to text on your smartphone with one hand, you might be interested in a new gadget called FlyGrip that has been specifically designed to provide a grip to help you text using just one hand. It’s a foldable plastic grip that sticks on the back of your smartphone or other device. The FlyGrip is now available to purchase directly from the FlyGrip store for $30 in a variety of colours.
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    The 36inch strap lets you hang that glass just about anywhere on your chest and sure it's convenient. Now you can have both your hands free in a party. Cool! It's $25 for a set of two.
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    Do you want to create your own glassware? Well, your dream has come true! With this bottle cutter, named Kinkajou and designed by Patrick Lehoux, you could just grab some old beer and soda bottles and create your own upcycled glasses that way. So easy to use!
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    It's called Beer Tracker Bottle Opener, which works like every bottle opener in the store, except that it keeps track of the number of bottles that have been opened using it throughout the night. If you made anyone any promises to stay sober or if you're driving the gang home tonight, then you need this bottle opener.  You can buy it online for $10 over at FredFlare.
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    Google has announced the Google Nexus 7 ($200-$250). Google’s new 7-inch tablet powered by Android 4.1, and features include 7" 1280x800 IPS display, 1.2 Megapixel front facing camera, Quad-Core Tegra 3 GPU, 1GB of RAM, 8 hours of battery life, and comes in 8GB and 16GB of onboard storage.
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    Google unveils a new cloud-based media streamer named Nexus Q, which is built around the newly revamped Google Play. It's odd-looking and expensive, at $300 without speakers or cables. The Nexus Q gives you access to music and movies through your TV, speakers or wireless through any Android device in your home. It is a black orb, 4.6 inches in diameter, with a ring of 32 LEDs that "shift and change color in time to your music," Google says.
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    Microsoft's Windows 8-powered iPad - Microsoft Surface, featuring a 10.6'' screen(1366x768 resolution), magnetic cover attachment with keyboard and trackpad, a full-sized USB 3.0, a DisplayPort, microSD card slot. Available in two models. One will run Windows RT (Metro Windows 8) and the other will be an Intel-powered Windows 8. There is no release date and no prices now.
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    Worn like a backpack! Good idea? Backpack Vacuum, a vacuum that you strap right on to your back, then go to walk.
    "The canister piece weighs a mere 7.5 lbs, and features adjustable straps, and comfy cushioning to make sure that it feels simply delightful against your Rhomboid and Trapezius muscles.  The motor is 800 watts, it has a HEPA filter, 6 cleaning tools, 2 extension wands, and a mesh storage bag
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    This Japan's cap(about $16) with a little solar panel on top of it, and panel provides power for that strategically placed fan. You just wear a hat, it will blow a breeze on your face.
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    German Slingshot guy Jöerg Sprave creates awesome throwing knife crossbow gun thing! The really dangerous part is that this thing seems to be especially accurate, and hurls the knives fast enough to blast right through a one inch thick board from about 20 feet...
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    "Have you ever used your phone as a pretend microphone while singing to your fave Justin Bieber song?
    Well, now you can pop this speaker into your phone's headphone jack and it will amplify your tunes AND make you look more legit while singing into it.
    Note: does not function as a microphone — only as a speaker"
    $28.
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    Leap Motion has created a new device, called the Leap. It is an 8 cubic feet space in front of your computer, once connected to your computer via USB, it creates a four-cubic-foot virtual workspace. It claims is 200 times more accurate than existing technology and will take gesture controls to the next level. Check out the video!
    "Leap can distinguish your individual fingers and track your movements down to a 1/100th of a millimetre"
    "For the first time, you can control a computer in three dimensions with your natural hand and finger movements"
    The Leap is $70, and a select few can pre-order them now, with the full roll-out coming this winter.
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    "The Split Stick is a double-sided USB drive, designed to keep your work files separate from your personal files. Two separate, retractable 4GB USB drives built into one slim 8GB stick." Good idea!
    $30.
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    The above Credit Card Knife is 2 3/4″ folded and is made out of titanium. This knife looks cool.
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    The UK-based spy equipment manufacturer created the one-person submarine to plunge roughly 40 feet below the sea with a battery that lasts for about 60-80 minutes. The Mini-sub Spy Master enables the user to explore underwater without having to wear a cumbersome tank and BCD Jacket. The submarine is slow, with a speed of only 1 mile per hour. It is £ 12,000( about $19,000).
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    The Sony SmartWatch($149) is essentially a tiny touchscreen that allows you to control and interact with your smartphone via Bluetooth. It’s a small one, mind, a 1.3-inch color OLED panel running at mere 128 x 128 resolution and supporting two-finger multitouch gestures. The only physical control is a power button on the right edge. It allows you to read sms and email messages, control your phone's camera, read calendar appointments, and use services like Twitter and Facebook. In order to use the SmartWatch you'll also need Sony's LiveWare app along with the SmartWatch plug-in. Priced at $149 and due to arrive in stores later this month.
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    For both storing and lighting matches, its top twists open to dispense one match, which ignites as you pull it out.
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    Designed by Emily Rothschild.
    "Medical Locket has a caduceus on the front and a Red Cross on the 2GB USB flash drive.
    Enables the user to easily store and maintain a complete and up to date medical history, as well as contact information of loved ones.
    Medical records are kept safe and private inside the locket and information can be accessed easily by plugging in the detachable USB.
    The drive itself can be engraved with the user's most essential information, readily available to medical professionals or Good Samaritans in an emergency.
    24k satin gold-plated brass and silver-plated USB; gold-plated chain; lobster clasp.
    Locket dimensions: 1.25" x 0.5" x 0.75"."
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    The website states that the Grippy Pad($11) is able to holds gadgets(iPad, phone) to your dash. Gecko’s feet are covered in thousands of microscopic hairs, which allows them to cling to almost any surface without using chemical glues.  A claim says "this advanced silicone material grips everything from iPads to Sat Navs. Just slap it on your dashboard and place your items on top. Like magic, they’ll be held in place! "
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