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Project Ara | By Motorola

Remember the popular Phonebloks concept that went viral across the web recently? Well now phone manufacturer Mororola have teamed up with the Phonebloks creator´s inspiring vision to make this concept become a reality! Named Project Ara, the idea is to develop a more sustainable and democratic smartphone, allowing the user to customize their phone according to their needs, adding modules such as a bigger storage block, a bigger battery block, more memory, bigger speaker and so on. You can also eventually upgrade any block without having to replace your phone. Watch the original Phonebloks video after the jump to get a better picture.



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Biolite CampStove 2

Biolite have upgraded their popular CampStove! The Biolite CampStove 2 pushes the award-winning design even further, it now features 50% more power, an integrated battery, and an updated LED dashboard. As with its predecessor, CampStove 2 features a thermoelectric system, and when burning wood it creates a smokeless fire that can cook meals and boil water in minutes. No batteries required, gasoline or any other energy source. The excess energy generat...
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EERO

Designed by one of the designers behind Nest, Eero is a tiny white box that fixes all your WiFi issues, it will deliver a mesh network that blankets every corner of every room in your home with strong, robust, hyper-fast, super-stable internet connectivity. Eero aims to change Wi-Fi forever, it is the world’s first home WiFi system, meaning no more buffering and no more dead zones. It also pairs up with your smartphone to keep you updated on its status, and automati...
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GOPRO HERO+ LCD

GoPro is expanding its range of lower-end cameras and have presented the HERO+ LCD, an action cam that delivers 1080p60 video and 8MP photos, and features the convenience of a LCD touch display for framing, control, and in-camera editing. The new low-end option in the Hero line of action cameras has the ability to shoot extreme slow motion or 4K footage, is waterproof up to 40m (131’), has built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, and supports microSD cards up to 64GB. watch th...
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