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Google Duo

Google have released Duo, an insanely simple video calling app for Android and iPhone. The  FaceTime rival is now available for download and free to use. The aim is to make video calling as easy and reliable as possible, Google Duo stops you worrying about whether your call will connect, or if your friend is using the same type of device as you are. The entire user interface is designed to be intuitive and simple to use, a video call can be initiated with just a single tap. Duo works well even on slower networks, and will switch between Wi-Fi and cellular data automatically without losing your call. Another cool feature is "Knock Knock” which lets you see live video of your caller before you answer. watch the video below



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BAGEL SMART TAPE

Bagel Tape is a new smart device that lets you measure small distances (up to 16 feet) in several different ways: you get a string that allows you measure round surfaces, flip the Bagel Tape on the side so that the wheel inside turns and measures the surface you want using just one hand, and last but not least you also get an ultra sonic sensor that just by pointing the light icon allows you to instantly know the distance of what you´re pointing to. Being a smart de...
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SNAPPGRIP

Snappgrip turns your iPhone into a photo powerhouse, the snap-on camera controller ads controls for your shutter, zoom and shooting mode, just like a real camera. It also features a tripod mount and communicates with snappgrip´s photography app via Bluetooth. The convenient and pocketable device snaps on to an included protection case when you want to shoot some serious photography. watch the video. Available now from bite my apple. Purchase in Eu...
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MAXSTONE CAMERA REMOTE

You can now pair your iPhone with your DSLR camera and remotely control it with the wireless Maxstone Camera Remote, even monitor its status, in fact your phone will warn you if you get more than 80 feet away from your camera. Via an included app, you can trigger its shutter, control time lapse or even the bulb settings and micro video. It pairs through infrared and Bluetooth technology, so you get a completely wireless system to control your reflex camera. Through ...
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