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Philips Designline 3d Tv

The new DesignLine 3D TV by Philips is made ​​of a single piece of glass! The minimal TV can be hang on a wall or placed against it. The idea is to blend the TV into the background, using a gradient from black to transparent and making it practically invisible, giving the TV a cool floating effect. It will be available in 46 or 55 inches with Philips Ambilight backlighting. watch the video



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TWISTJAX IN-EAR STEREO HEADPHONES | ATOMIC FLOYD | Image

TWISTJAX IN-EAR STEREO HEADPHONES | ATOMIC FLOYD

Enter a parallel universe of World Class acoustics, that only a twisted genius could have dreamt up.TwistJax are meticulously carved out of intelligent metals for a tailor-made, comfortable fit and staggering sound quality. And their spun out design is a future classic....
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SQUARE CARD CASE APP

Interesting new app was recently released by Square, the Square Card Case, an application aimed at consumers. It works with virtual business cards showing information on certain establishments, menu updates in real time, list of products and transaction history of a consumer in a particular establishment. The idea is to create a closer and easier to control relationship with the consumer. It seems that it wont take long to dispatch our wallets. Watch the video. [Sco...
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GOFLOW

goFlow is the new app to check just before you grab your surfboard. Available at Google Play and at the App Store, goFlow lets you check out just how the surf around is doing. Featuring surf reports and weather forecasts, it really connects the surfing community, allowing you to know new surf spots, and sending in your own opinion about how the waves are doing, and photos too. Also dedicated to other sports, like kitesurfing, snowboarding, diving or even fishing, in...
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