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Hops

Hops is a new app that allows users to rate every beer they try (they have a database of 30,000 beers and counting). Based on each users ratings and current location, Hops curates a list of beers the user is likely to enjoy. Each beer has its own profile complete with label, image, beer style and description, and additional information such as alcohol content and IBU. Hops also has an embedded maps feature that allows users to find nearby breweries and browse their beer catalogs. Through a simple, elegant interface, Hops also curates a unique set of beer suggestions based specifically on your preferences.



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WACOM INKLING | DIGITALLY CAPTURES WHAT YOU DRAW | Image

WACOM INKLING | DIGITALLY CAPTURES WHAT YOU DRAW

Wouldn´t it be great if your ideas began as sketches on paper, and automatically became vector graphics?. Inkling is a Wacom pen that has a small receiver device that you attach to any paper or sketchbook, together they capture every stroke of your work of art. You can then convert your design to digital via USB, it then becomes a vector drawing! you can now edit your drawing in any image editing software, how awesome is that? Watch the video...
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NOD

Goodbye touch screens, meet NOD, a tiny ring that serves as your home’s new remote control, in fact you can use it to control your entire connected life. The Bluetooth enabled gesture controller uses 32,000 DPI of resolution for incredibly precise control at up to half a millimeter of accuracy, allowing you to control almost every connected device including smartphones, smart tv´s, cars, and home automation devices, by simply moving your hand in the air. watch the a...
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HERE ONE SMART EARPHONES

The Here One are the first smart interactive earphones on the market. That´s how they´re dubbing them, the mandatory app that comes with it enables you to enhance a speech you´re hearing, to block unwanted sound (like an airplane engine), stream music from your smartphone, talk to Siri or use Google Now, even take calls. With state of the art tech, they´re obviously wireless and use Bluetooth connectivity to connect to your smart device. You may also tailor the soun...
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