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Blackberry Playbook

Well, this was expected... blackberry want to keep up with there rivals, and by what weīve seen probably ahead of them. The Playbook, could be the new version of Appleīs Ipad, eliminating all itīs faults. Itīs main features have to be the dual HD cameras, built-in microUSB connector, built-in Hdmi connector, Flash compatible, and itīs true multi-tasking.



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HD ACTION CAM | BY OREGON SCIENTIFIC

The new Oregon Scientific ATC9K HD Action is the world’s first HD All Terrain Action Camera with G Sensor and GPS. Specifically designed for extreme sports enthusiasts and professionals who want to capture every high action moment, on the slopes, on the waves or on the road. Itīs shock resistant and water proof to 20m. It comes with a unique optional GPS plug-in that enables users to map their location, speed and distance travelled using Google Maps or Google Earth....
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NOISE APP

Noise is a new app by Roli, the same team behind the revolutionary Seaboard RISE keyboard. Noise is a virtual keyboard app for the iPhone, with an unique playing surface that takes full advantage of the iPhone 6S’s 3D Touch capability. It lets you shape sounds by striking the surface, pressing into it, gliding your fingers from side to side, sliding your fingers up and down, and lifting off. The beautifully designed pressure-sensitive keyboard app comes with 25 pr...
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KINDLING CRACKER

This is genius, invented by a 13 year old girl for a school science fair project (advanced from prototype to production in just two years), the Kindling Cracker safely turns firewood into kindling. The tool lets you cut kindling safely and easily without having to swing a sharp axe. Rather than swinging a blade at the wood, the device lets you split wood against a blade inside the iron safety ring, by taping it with a mallet or even another log. The cast iron device...
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