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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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PETCUBE

Petcube is another innovative product seeking funding over at kickstarter. The little gadget allows you to watch, talk and play with your pet using your smartphone. In a way the device lets you stay closer to your pet when away from home, making your furry friend feel less lonely. Trough the included mobile app, you can watch and talk to your pet from any part of the globe, you can also play a laser pointer game using joystick-like controls on your mobile device, ke...
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BOSE CUSTOM HEADPHONES

Bose is now offering customers the choice of customizing their QuietComfort 15 Acoustic Noise Cancelling headphones. On Boseīs website you can now launch the design tool and choose your favorite color combination for the popular headphones. You can get the original version for $299 at amazon...
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MOLESKINE SMART NOTEBOOK

Moleskine have teamed up with Adobe for the creative aimed Moleskine Smart Notebook. Digital tools have evolved a lot over recent years, but still, nothing compares to pen on paper when you are sketching away. With this new partnership, Moleskine and Adobe have created a notebook and app that turn your sketches into fully manipulable vectors! Using the free Adobe Creative Cloud app, simply snap a photo of the sketch (the app uses special alignment indicators printed...
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