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Paper App | By Facebook

Paper is a new app from Facebook Creative Labs, it helps your explore, organize and share stories. It is kind of a news reader, like Flipboard or Pulse, but also allows you to easily craft and share beautiful stories of your own. You can customize Paper with a choice of categories, the first is your Facebook News Feed, but you can add others about various themes and topics, like tech, sports and music, to food, culture and design. All is displayed in a beautifully designed interface and operated with unconventional and original navigational elements. Watch the video for more details

Paper is available for the iPhone in the US on February 3rd.




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CERAMIC SPEAKERS | BY JOEY ROTH | Image

CERAMIC SPEAKERS | BY JOEY ROTH

The Ceramic Speakers are made from porcelain, cork, and Baltic birch. Each material is minimally finished, left to add its natural beauty to the design. The included amplifier is made from stainless steel sheet metal, with a cast iron base and paulownia volume slider. The Ceramic Speakers connect directly to iPods and other digital music players to form an elegant, minimal music system....
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TAGS WIRELESS EARBUDS | BY OUTDOOR TECH | Image

TAGS WIRELESS EARBUDS | BY OUTDOOR TECH

Tags is an affordable wireless headphone system that pairs with any Bluetooth device, designed by the guys at Outdoor Tech. Made to be worn like dogtags, they have a built in microphone, to answer your calls, hands-free mode, a volume button and a control button, that you can use to answer and hang up your calls, or to play/pause the music on your remotely controlled device. With a range of up to 32 feet you do get a lot of wireless freedom, maintaining good sound q...
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SONY A9

Sony have announced the spectacular A9 mirrorless camera, the camera professional shooters and advanced amateurs have been waiting for. The new system boosts performance well beyond Sony’s current flagship, the A7RII, and is the most advanced shooter that the Japanese electronics giant has ever rolled out. The A9 is equipped with a full-frame stacked CMOS sensor touting 24.2 megapixels, and can shoot blackout-free up to 20 fps. It has a maximum shutte...
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