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Paypal Here

Paypal announced Paypal Here, a mobile payments solution for mobile devices for payments by credit card, similar to the Square, released in 2010 by the hands of Jack Dorsey, the co-founder of Twitter. The Paypal credit card reader allows small businesses to accept almost any form of payment, it will charge traders a fixed rate of 2.7% for every transaction made through the device. The service works with a free app available at the app store and is capable of sending invoices or accepting debit and credit cards, checks and PayPal. The system is available now for iPhone and will be available soon for Android.



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POPSLATE

Popslate is a new accessory that you can get if youīre the proud owner of an iPhone 6, it offers an extra screen on the back of your device, a protective case and extra battery, so itīs quite the prop…it lets you get a second screen on the opposite side of the regular one, featuring a super low energy e-Paper screen, you can use it to display what you need, whether itīs a map, an e-ticket or just a screen saver that you think is cool, Popslate gives a new life to yo...
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R7 MK3 High Fidelity Radiogram

The sleek R7 MK3 High Fidelity Radiogram is the latest creation from British company Ruark Audio. This third generation model has some classic features such as the built-in speakers (two 14 cm dual concentric ones), a 20cm active Sub-woofer, a class A-B amplifier which ensures 160W of power an FM tuner, a turntable and AUX connection along with the CD player, now give the ability to hear your favorite Spotify playlists. You also get Bluetooth or Wi-Fi stre...
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HEATSINK LAPTOP STAND

The beautiful Heatsink Laptop Stand is an aluminum stand designed to reduce your laptops temperature. The minimal structure was designed by New York-based designer Bryan Wong, whom needed a solution that could reduce the heat of his MacBook Pro (these do heat up very quickly). By utilizing aluminums amazing material attributes, the laptop stand acts as a passive heatsink and dissipates heat into the air without the use of fans or power, and remaining quiet. To learn...
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