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August App

August is a new app that lets you discover amazing media from the world´s most creative people, musicians, photographers, writers, videographers, and media curated by your closest friends, and breathtaking artists from around the world. The beautifully designed platform lets you do all the usual stuff you´d expect from a social network, but is set apart from the clutter of daily-internet content, and lets you explore the most popular, trending, and viral media from emerging artists.



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Logitech K780 Multi-Device Keyboard

Product design studio Feiz Design have collaborated with Logitech for their latest keyboard, the ultra thin K780. The Logitech K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard lets you type on your computer, smartphone and tablet, with one fully equipped and beautifully finished keyboard. The sleek keyboard features a "device-cradle” with an integrated rubber support that can be used to hold a range of items, writing utensils, phones, tablets, etc…, and a single corresponding ho...
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CINEBODY

Cinebody turns your iPhone into an 8mm camera! It´s a modern take on the great Super8 cameras that our parents or grand parents (depending on the generation) used to have. Remember those old family films? With an orange patina? Those you saw were probably made with a Super8. So Cinebody enables you to turn your iPhone 6 or 6S into one of those, combining the technology of modern digital video with the design, ergonomics and the storytelling narrative from the golden...
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GAMESTICK | PORTABLE TV GAMES CONSOLE

Manufacturer of electronic accessories PlayJam announced the release of a new portable video game console that runs games from the Android mobile platform. Named GameStick, the device is the size of a pen drive and connects to the HDMI input on a TV , you then use a wireless gamepad to control games. The GameStick uses no wires to connect to your tv or power outlet, another strong point is the price of the games, which start at $ 0.99. PlayJam expect to launch the G...
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