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Knock App

Knock is a new app that lets you unlock your Mac by knocking on your iPhone! No more need to keep typing your password every time you get back to your desk, simply knock twice on your iPhone(even works in your pocket), and your Mac unlocks. All you need to do is pair your iPhone via Bluetooth to your Mac, after you finish setup you´re done. If you´re phone  gets lost or stolen, simply sign-in with your old-fashioned password, and disable your iPhone with one click. This might be a gimmicky product for some, but we find it very useful and quite cool. watch the video



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BIG JAMBOX | BY JAWBONE | Image

BIG JAMBOX | BY JAWBONE

Jawbone as presented the new, bigger version of its popular portable Jambox speaker. The Big Jambox is a beefier version of its younger brother, it still has the same attractive design but has a larger box, better sound and has more battery life. The speaker is of course completely wireless, it allows you to stream digital media from any device with Bluetooth. Other notable features are the long lasting built-in rechargeable battery(it lasts up to 15 hours) and the ...
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SONY HMZ-T1 | WEARABLE 3D HOME THEATER | Image

SONY HMZ-T1 | WEARABLE 3D HOME THEATER

The Sony 3D video glasses are a personal entertainment system without precedent. You will dive into a world of sensations in high definition action movies and games. The individual OLED screens can be adjusted to your eyes to create a enhanced, high definition 3D image. The video glasses are the next step in 3D entertainment. Simply connect them to a Blu-ray Disc or PlayStation 3 via an HDMI and you can enjoy theater experience and high-definition gaming. Watch the ...
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LYTRO ILLUM CAMERA | Image

LYTRO ILLUM CAMERA

After the earlier Lytro Camera, equipped with technology that revolutionized digital cameras, Lytro is now back with the Illum; an innovative camera, again based on the light-field camera technology. The Illum is aimed at professional photographers and has an 8x optical zoom, maximum aperture of F/2.0 and can capture up to 1/4000 of a second. The innovation lies, however, in the light sensors and tight DSLR-like body, and as the original Lytro, the Illum m...
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