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Sony RX0 II

Sony have introduced the successor to their rugged RX0 action camera. The brand claims the new RX0 II is "the world´s smallest and lightest premium compact camera". The new model gets a 180 degree flip-up LCD, a 15.3MP sensor, and can now shoot 4K footage. There is also a 3.5 mm microphone input, in-body electronic stabilization, slow-mo capability (up to 1000 fps), and a shutter of up to 1/32000 with 16 fps for impressive stills performance.  The GoPro competitor is waterproof down to 10 meters (30 ft) without a case, and dustproof, crushproof and shockproof. The new RX0 II will ship in April.



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EDITIONS | AOL MAGAZINE APP

AOL has released their new project for download. This time they decided to enter the iPad application world with an app that simulates a magazine. Editions is a custom magazine that will deliver 30 to 40 pages to your iPad every morning. The magazine uses an algorithm to track the type of content that it believes may be of your interest, which explains the slogan "The magazine that reads you."...
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TINDAR WICK + BELLOW

This useful tool will make fire starting a piece of cake. This fire-starting kit features a KeroDry paraffin-wax infused hemp wick that acts like an extended matchstick. Simply fluff out the end and get some sparks from a ferro rod, and maneuver your flame wherever the heck you want it. It is like a matchstick, but it will burn for an hour. You can use the aluminum sleeve to hold it for protection from the flame, and then to snuff out the flame after use. You can ev...
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LACIE SPHERE

After a successful collaboration last year with Phillip Stark for the Blade Runner hard drive, LaCie have now teamed up with French silversmith Christofle for this unusual hard drive named Sphère. The shiny silver-plated sphere features 1TB capacity and is powered trough a high-speed USB 3.0 cable, so no power cord is ever necessary. watch the video...
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