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Credit Card Size Digital Camera | By Kodak

The Kodak Mini Video Camera measures a minuscule 3.5” x 2.3” and it’s only a half inch thick. A great feature is the fact there´s no cables to worry about, just pop out the USB arm to upload, share, and charge. This camera is the size of a credit card, it´s ultra-thin and lightweight, it can go any, it’s even waterproof!



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SONY DIGITAL RECORDING BINOCULARS

Sony announced this Friday the launch of two models of binoculars that record HD video and 3D. The DEV-3 and DEV-5 will be on sale from November this year in the United States. The device records sound in stereo and also has a zoom of up to 10 times(2D) or 5.4 times(3D). The exterior of the device is coated with non-slip material, and the buttons on top allow handling even with gloves. The DEV-5 features an internal GPS receiver, which creates geolocation tags in th...
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goTenna

goTenna is a new tech device that gives you the freedom to create your own network of communication without the need of satellites or towers from regular carriers. It enables you to even aggregate other goTenna users thus creating your own small community, using the app that goes with it and the free offline maps you can share your location with other users and text them. There are no carrier fees to pay because goTenna sends the data via VHF radio waves. It´s avai...
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BIOLITE CAMP STOVE

This is a very innovative project, the ecological BioLite Camp Stove features a thermoelectric system, after starting the fire, part of the device transforms heat into electrical energy, which moves the internal fan. No batteries required, gasoline or any other energy source. The excess energy generated can be used through a USB port to charge your devices including smartphones, LED lights, GPS and many others. Genius and ecological. via GadgetReview...
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