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Irig Mic Cast

iRig Mic Cast is a handy, ultra-compact portable voice recording microphone, it was designed specifically for recording podcasts, interviews, lectures, voice memos, speeches and more. You can also use it for recording meetings and enhancing the audio and voice quality of conference calls. The device also includes two free apps: iRig Recorder, an easy-to-use voice recording/editing app, and VocaLive, a multi-effects processing app for singers.




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PlayStation Now for PC

Could this mean the death of gaming consoles? PlayStation Now will soon let you play anywhere you have a PC! Sony has announced that its streaming service PlayStation Now is ”making the jump” to Windows PC, bringing an array of PlayStation-exclusives. PC users will now have access to over 400 of the PlayStations best titles (including Uncharted, God of War and Ratchet & Clank) and youll be able to enjoy them with a DualShock Controller and a wireless adapter. Th...
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ULOCK

Ulock is a keyless smart lock that requires only one tap on your smartphone to lock and unlock. Ulock connects to an app on your iOS or Android device, and features a proximity mode setting that unlocks it when you´re close, and automatically locks itself when you walk away. It also features built-in geolocation that lets you know on your map the location of your locked bike, and includes a battery made to last years. via...
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Starry Wi-Fi Station

Starry Station aims to help and guide internet users making sense of what´s going on with their connection and their subscribed service. It´s an obvious statement that we´re more and more dependent of the internet, it also seems obvious, to most of its users, that sometimes the subscribed service does not totally fulfill what´s been agreed to or subscribed, and we get slower speed rates and downloads become longer, plus you never get what the blinking lights on your...
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