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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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RE CAMERA

HTC have entered the crowded camcorder market with the unusual looking RE Camera. The tiny one-handed camera  features a 16MP sensor and is capable of shooting 1080p 30fps HD videos through a 148-degree wide-angle f/2.8 lens. It can also capture slow motion video at 720p resolution. The RE wirelessly connects to iOS and Android devices so you can use the screen as a viewfinder, and the built-in instant-on grip detection means there is no power button, it simply...
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LEICA M9 TITANIUM SPECIAL EDITION

This beauty is a colaboration of Leica and Walter deSilva from the Volkswagen Group. The lead designer and his Audi Design Team have re-designed the LEICA M9, all the exterior metal components are manufactured from solid titanium and complemented by a leather trim taken right out of an Audi interior. This is a exclusive edition limited to 500 cameras and comes with a beautiful box and is offered as a set together with a LEICA SUMMILUX-M 35mm f/1.4 ASPH lens....
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APPLE TV REMOTE STAND

If you own an Apple TV, you surely know how easy it is to lose track of the tiny remote. With this in mind, the guys over at Studio Neat thought: "If you always have a spot for it, maybe you won’t lose it”, so they created a simple "home base" for the remote, so you always know where to find it. The little walnut stand stays in place with a micro-suction pad that holds firm to any flat surface, without leaving a gooey residue when you remove it. It’s pretty nifty....
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