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Nest Protect

The same guys behind the popular Nest Thermostat have introduced the Nest Protect, a device that brings a sense of beauty to an otherwise neglected object, the smoke detector. The innovative smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detector will still keep you safe without driving you crazy. It features voice notifications (giving you a better sense of how to respond to the alarm), a glowing status ring (changes color letting you know if everything is ok or if there is a potential problem or emergency), a pathlight function (automatically lights your path at night) and a hands-free button for false alarms(simply wave your hand a few times toward Nest Protect to silence it). All this can be controlled via your smartphone or tablet, plus it interacts with the Nest Thermostat. watch the video



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MUJJO IPHONE 7 CASES | Image

MUJJO IPHONE 7 CASES

Mujjo have recently introduced a new collection of their popular leather cases for the new iPhone7. Crafted of high quality vegetable-tanned leather, the new model is available in a simple shell case, or in several wallet formats, designed to hold 2 or 3 of your essential cards. Available in a choice of black, grey, or tan, the case ages beautifully, protects your iPhone 7/7 Plus and helps eliminate bulky pockets with its integrated card pocket. ...
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PLANTRONICS BACKBEAT GO | WIRELESS HEADPHONES | Image

PLANTRONICS BACKBEAT GO | WIRELESS HEADPHONES

Finally! end of wires, end of hassle...you can listen to music, chat with friends, or watch movies tangle free! With a compact design and lightweight (weighs only 13 grams), BackBeat GO Bluetooth headphones feature echo suppression system and integrated controls, and offers a range of 4 hours of talk time or up to 10 hours standby time. Tthe headset recharges via USB and is compatible with iOS and Android devices. The headphones also feature passive noise cancelati...
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RIP STEVE JOBS

"Death is very likely the single best invention of life," said Steve Jobs, in 2005, to an audience of students at Stanford University, USA. The visionary genius of Apple liked to remember death to make "big choices in life." The iconic co-founder of Apple died on October 5, 56, after years of fighting a rare form of cancer pancreas. "Apple has lost a visionary and creative genius and the world lost a great human being," reads the company website." Steve leaves behin...
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