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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 built-in microphone allowing you to enjoy hands-free calls and video chats. Available now for pre-order.



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BUMP PAY

Whenever you go out to dinner or any other event with friends, there may the usual drama...splitting the bill. So why not make payments by tapping two phones? App developer Bump has just launched Bump Pay, an application that allows you to pay your friends just by tapping you iPhones! The app is very simple to use, first, the user enters the value you want to transfer to another person, that done, just touch the two phones (both must have the app) so that your debt ...
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ECOFLOW RIVER BANK

Photographers and filmmakers rejoice! After huge success with the River Mobile Power Station (raised over $1 million on Indiegogo), EcoFlow are back on Indiegogo for their second product - the River Bank Portable Power System. The powerful power bank can handle phones, laptops, cameras and even jump-start a car. The ultra-portable power system features three stackable modules that charge something different to fit your needs. The main module (99Wh) features ...
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NOTESLATE | THE TABLET THAT IMITATES PAPER

The NoteSlate is a tablet with 13-inch E-Ink imitating paper. You can take notes with pen and store them digitally - so simple yet so genius. You will never buy a new Moleskine notebook.The NoteSlate identifies drawings on the screen and shows variations between the colors red, blue and green. It will be released in June this year for $100....
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