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Flic

Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could do anything on your smartphone by just pressing a button? Flic is a product currently taking crowdfunding website indiegogo by storm, the wireless shortcut button connects to your smartphone via Bluetooth, allowing you to do practically anything whilst your phone remains safe in your pocket or purse! Each button memorizes three commands, press, double press, and long press, and you can purchase several buttons and place them around your house, in your car, on your bike or at your office. Watch the funny video to better understand out it works.



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NUDEAUDIO STUDIO 5

NudeAudio, an audio brand from San Francisco have announced their first home speaker – Studio 5. The beautiful Bluetooth Speaker is compatible with all smartphones and tablets and features a Lightning dock for the latest iOS devices. Studio 5 houses a powerful 2.1 sound system composed by a 3" subwoofer and two high-fidelity neodymium-drivers, delivering rich, crisp sound. Available for purchase in Europe here...
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ROCKMATE | IPAD APP BY FINGERLAB | Image

ROCKMATE | IPAD APP BY FINGERLAB

Rockmate is a cool iPad app created by Fingerlab. Sometime ago we featured another music app by Fingerlab, the awesome DM1 Drum Machine, an app able to create rhythmic sound effects and mind-blowing sequences. Rockmate turns your iPad into a mini studio, it consists of four instruments: two guitars, drums and a keyboard. The app allows for 4 Rock players on one single iPad, you can compose, record and play songs. It is also fully customizable with multiple drums and...
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SKELETON SYSTEM PRO III

Fascinated with Human anatomy? then check out Skeletal System Pro III, some must-have reference material for anyone who is looking to learn a little (or a lot) more about the human skeletal system. Developed in collaboration with Stanford University School of Medicine, this beautifully designed app allows users to explore the fascinating skeletal system, by cutting, zooming and rotating parts of the Human Skeleton as well as viewing animations, creating notes, shari...
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