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Wireless Powermat

Who would not want to charge their cell phones, portable gaming consoles, cameras, or even your watch without having to use any wires? This became reality, the Israeli company Powermat, created a kind of "mat" on which the user puts his electronic device on top and the battery charges, without relying on wires and electricity. How is this possible? Simple, through magnetic induction.



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MOOV | ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE COACH

There are many fitness trackers available today, but none promises what Moov is capable of doing. Developed by a former Apple engineer, Moov pushes wearables to the next level and adds artificial intelligence and gamification to fitness tracking. It is billed as a "Siri for Fitness”, not only does it monitor your workout, it also coaches you and constantly gives new advice to help you improve. Moov is waterproof and can be worn on your wrist or attached ...
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DRYTUNES WATERPROOF SPEAKER

Drytunes is a high-fidelity wireless speaker with safe and secure internal dry storage! It is extremely rugged, 100% waterproof, dust-proof, and the perfect companion wherever your outdoor adventure takes you. It also features 400 cubic inches of internal dry storage and a fully customizable foam interior, so you can safely keep your prized possessions such as cameras, tablets, phones, and other valuables dry while enjoying music in any environment. The speaker also...
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TILE APP

If you have an annoying habit of losing things, "Tile app" may be the solution to your problems. Tile app is a new tracking device, simply attach it to any object and find it from afar with a smartphone. Locate anything with Tile, laptops, wallets, keys, guitars, bikes, you name it. Just attach the Tile on to an object and locate it with the included app, it allows you to check how close you are to the missing item, within a 50 to 150-foot range. You can monitor up ...
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