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Paypal Here

Paypal announced Paypal Here, a mobile payments solution for mobile devices for payments by credit card, similar to the Square, released in 2010 by the hands of Jack Dorsey, the co-founder of Twitter. The Paypal credit card reader allows small businesses to accept almost any form of payment, it will charge traders a fixed rate of 2.7% for every transaction made through the device. The service works with a free app available at the app store and is capable of sending invoices or accepting debit and credit cards, checks and PayPal. The system is available now for iPhone and will be available soon for Android.



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SMARTMIO

SmartMio is the worldīs first connected & wearable sports muscle stimulator. SmartMio uses short electrical pulses to contract your muscles just as your brain does during your workout sessions. Muscle stimulators have been used by professional athletes for many years, and have been scientifically proven to enhance sports performances, now you can integrate SmartMio into your regular training plan and give your muscles that extra boost to recover faster and deliv...
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FUGOO TOUGH

Meet Fuggo Tough, the worlds most rugged and virtually indestructible Bluetooth Wireless Speaker. Crafted from fiber-reinforced resin and solid aluminum, Fugoo Tough is built for the elements and can take whatever the world throws at it, it is snow proof, sand proof, mud proof, dirt proof, shock proof, and waterproof to 3 feet for 30 minutes. It features speakers on all four sides, delivering a powerful and clean 95dB 360 sound, filling large rooms and outdoor areas...
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FUJIFILM FINEPIX X100 DIGITAL CAMERA

The new Fujifilm Finepix X100 is absolutly stunning, we love the retro look. Itīs main feature has to be itīs super quality lense, a fixed, prime F2 lens that matches the APS-C custom sensor. The newly developed Hybrid Viewfinder enables users to skip between optical and electronic while displaying intricate shooting information right into the OVF. Set to release in early 2011. Read review here....
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