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Smartwatch lets you control it using simple gestures

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The Hot Watch smartwatch is a device that allows you to control some of its functions via simple gesture controls. With just a wave of the hand, the smartwatch allows the user to answer a call, reject a call, or dial a favorite number. With Patent Pending Hands on Talk Technology that redefines what you can do with a watch, enabling you to send and receive messages while allowing you to make private calls without touching your phone. In addition to calling functions, the Hot Watch also supports apps for SMS messaging, as well as weather, stock, pedometer, and social networking. There's also a function that automatically dials an emergency number if the wearer suddenly falls down. The device will cost $169 for those not pledging early support on the company's Kickstarter campaign, the campaign at the Kickstarter.
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iPhone Fan

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Fan attachment for your iPhone, features flexible blade material. At thinkgeek($13) and Amazon($3).

Kite Patch,  a small, Non-Toxic sticker that Makes People Invisible to Mosquitoes

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The Kite Patch is a small, powerful patch that allows humans to go virtually undetected by mosquitoes for up to 48 hours by blocking the insects’ ability to detect carbon dioxide. The patch was created by Grey Frandsen, Dr. Michelle Brown and Torrey Tayanaka of Olfactor Laboratories, and the project is currently seeking funding on IndieGogo. Watch the video.

Google Nexus 7

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Google officially announced their new Nexus 7 tablet today. The new tablet features a high resolution 7", 323ppi 1900x1200 IPS display. It will come equipped with a 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro processor with 2GB of RAM. The tablet will run Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. The Nexus 7 measures 7.9 inches by 4.5 inches and weighs just 11.2 ounces. Available for pre-order, $229.99 for the 16GB model and $269.99 for the 32GB version.

Chromecast

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The Google's Chromecast is a streaming device that wirelessly connects TVs to mobile devices so that people can view and listen to Web content on their biggest screens. The Chromecast uses an AirPlay-type system to provide content to the device. From Android or iOS, users simply hit a button on YouTube to load the video on the other screen.
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Volta Sound Block

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There is the situation when you stay in your bedroom but leave your iPhone in the living room, and thus miss important calls. The problem can be settled with the Volta Sound Block, a passive sound amplifier for your iPhone. No electronics, chargers or blue-tooth gadgetry is needed. The Sound Block attaches to the Horn using Neodymium Magnets, which allow for maximum holding power, easy horn adjustment and easy transportation.
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WakaWaka solar charger

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The solar powered charger will fully replenish the batteries on your iPad, iPhone or any other smart phone, and it also provides hours of bright, safe light. The WakaWaka Power charges most smartphones in under 2 hours.
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iZZi orbit camera for phone

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The iZZi Orbit combines the ingenuity of a Peripheral Motion Lock Technology (PMLT) integrated with three interchangeable lens options. Using Peripheral Motion Lock Technology, the iZZi Orbit gives you instant access to three high quality optical lenses in a convenient all-in-one package. The Orbit fits iPhone 4/4S & iPhone 5 and is available in red, black, and silver.
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Juice Up power sharing charger

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Juice up, is a prospective approach around power sharing. The concept is based on a cable which can transfer battery life from one phone to another. There is the moment when you need to give an important call, but you're stuck in the train, and you don't have your cord with you. Juice Up allows you to "borrow" power from your partners for urgent use.
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Giant Walking Pod Robot has roof-mounted solar panel and wind turbine

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Scott Parenteau, a commercial welder, made this mammoth walking pod inspired by his love for geodesic dome designs and Theo Jansen's Strandbeest machines. This lumbering robot gracefully strolls across the pavement, powered by two commercial dishwasher gear motors!

Pocket Tripod: 360° wallet-sized iPhone stand

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Pocket Tripod is the world's first iPhone stand that can articulate to any imaginable angle, and can transform to the shape of a credit card. The portable iPhone stand is so convenient that you can always have it with you in your wallet.
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Samsung's Ativ Q is a Windows laptop and an Android tablet

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Samsung announced the launch of its new Samsung ATIV Q tablet that runs both Windows 8 and Android 4.2.2. The 13.3" panel features a 3200 x 1800 resolution (276 PPI). Impressive! Android runs in a VM on top of Windows 8. Networking, storage and CPUs are all virtualized resources. There's even a dedicated key on the keyboard to switch between OSes.  The Samsung  ATIV Q is powered by a Intel Haswell Core i5 processor, and features include 4GB of DDR3L, a 128GB solid state disk (SSD) and connections for USB 3.0, USB 2.0 and HDMI output are provided as well as a 720p HD video and a microSD card slot for expansion. Samsung says it'll get up to 9 hours of battery life. Unfortunately no the pricing and when it is available info yet.

Sound Poster

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This poster with conductive paint can make sounds like a musical instrument when you touch it. Simply move your hand over the different shapes to create different sounds. It is a first in a series of self initiated experiments where we explore the boundaries of design where analogue meets digital.
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Concrete Charger

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This wireless induction charging pad by O'dea Design features a triangular concrete base with a soft cork top. The shape of this dual charger was designed to accommodate two devices simultaneously (one tablet and one phone) with two independent induction charging hearts. This version is based on the Qi standard as found in devices like the LG Nexus 4, Nokia Lumina 920 and Samsung Galaxy S4, as well as various cases and dongles available for other devices including the iPhone. Dimensions: 18" x 12" x 1-3/4"
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Read 3,000 Classic Books in a tiny USB

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Reading classics couldn't be easier. With the tiny USB (5×2.5 cm), you can now read no less than 3,000 classic books. Just plug it into your computer or laptop and start reading. Authers include Charles Dickens, Jane Austin, Oscar Wilde, etc. $30
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