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Ioshutter | Camera Remote

ioShutter is an ingenious take on a remote shutter release, the cord/app combo turns your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad into a remote for your SLR. ioShutter has 6 modes: standard trigger, motion trigger, sound trigger, time-lapse, timer, and bulb. Plug the cord between your iPhone and camera, download the app (its free!) and youīre good to go!
 
You can buy the ioShutter at Photojojo or Amazon




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CARLOCK

Chances of recovering a stolen vehicle are close to none if authorities are not notified in the first 24 hours. CarLock is a new security system that lets you monitor your car via your mobile phone. It consists of a small device connected to your car(plugs directly into the car diagnostic port), and using remote GPS technology, CarLock lets you keep track of the location and movements of your car from a mobile device. CarLock is compatible with most smart...
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BLOOD PRESSURE MONITOR FOR IPHONE & IPAD | BY WITHINGS

With the Withings Blood Pressure Monitor, you can easily measure your blood pressure with your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. It couldnīt be easier, all you have to do is connect it to your device and launch the measurement. The Blood pressure monitor comes with the free Withings app allowing you to keep track of you results in a nice and simple graph....
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NEEO SMART REMOTE

Not yet on the market is this remarkable smart home remote: Neeo by Neeo inc. Itīs a thinking remote, built to control all of your homeīs devices. Neeo has a central receiving piece, a.k.a. the brain, that processes and transmits the info that you ordered from the remote itself thus sending the orders to the devices, the remote itself can even recognize your hand and quickly update your profile preferences! How cool is that? You can also use the Neeo app (IOS & ...
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