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Medium App

If you havenīt heard of Medium.com you should check it out, it was created by Twitter founders and is a new place on the Internet for sharing ideas and stories that are longer than 140 characters and not just for friends, users can post essays using an elegant, highly visual publishing platform. Medium automatically curates a stream of posts that are most relevant to you, based on past reading, recommendations, and favorite authors. Now they have launched a beautiful app, showing you popular stories from a refreshingly divergent sampling of writers and world-famous authors, plus a list of stories based on who you follow.



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FOLDIO360

You might recall the feature we did some time ago on the brilliant Foldio (a traveling pop-up studio that allows you to shoot small objects under great lighting) by Orange Monkie. Their latest project is the Foldio360, a smart turntable that allows you to create beautiful 360š images with your smartphone, an affordable and professional solution for small business owners, bloggers, and online sellers. An included app allows you to control the lighting on the turntabl...
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Bose QC35 Wireless Headphones

Boseīs best noise-canceling headphones have finally gone wireless! The new QC35 Wireless Headphones have the same around-ear design as Boseīs previous wired QuietComfort offerings, and the same noise cancelling tech theyīre known for, but now have wireless Bluetooth streaming with instant NFC pairing. They also feature up to 20 hours of wireless battery life and 40 hours of wired battery life, which is more than enough for the longest of long haul trips. The QuietCo...
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SPHERO | SMARTPHONE CONTROLLED BALL

U.S. company Orbotix will begin selling by the end of the year a robotic ball with LED light connected via bluetooth and controlled with an app on your Android or iPhone as if it were a remote controlled car. It has a range of around 50 feet and requires no power connection to charge, it has included a induction charge system that feeds the power directly from the smartphone used as a remote control. The Sphero features many other functions: LED lights inside that c...
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