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Nymi

Nymi is a new smart wristband capable of replacing your passwords, your car keys, even your fingerprints! Developed by Bionym, it uses a personīs ECG(a measure of the electrical activity generated by your heart), unique to you as as your fingerprint. The bracelet will only work with you after authenticating, and is equipped with many sensors for letting certain devices know when to turn on, for unlocking your phone without a password and for payments, passwords, even unlocking your car and house doors. A SDK(Software development kit) is available, allowing developers to create apps that solve daily challenges. watch the video via



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GAMESTICK | PORTABLE TV GAMES CONSOLE | Image

GAMESTICK | PORTABLE TV GAMES CONSOLE

Manufacturer of electronic accessories PlayJam announced the release of a new portable video game console that runs games from the Android mobile platform. Named GameStick, the device is the size of a pen drive and connects to the HDMI input on a TV , you then use a wireless gamepad to control games. The GameStick uses no wires to connect to your tv or power outlet, another strong point is the price of the games, which start at $ 0.99. PlayJam expect to launch the G...
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JUKEBOX IPAD DOCK | BY ION | Image

JUKEBOX IPAD DOCK | BY ION

Turn your iPad into a nostalgic Jukebox! The ION Audio Jukebox is a retro Speaker Dock for iPad, iPhone and iPod. The popular Jukebox will add a little fun and vintage feel to your home decor, it allows you to charge your device while listening to your favorite tunes with a jukebox app. The Jukebox features integrated high-quality stereo speakers and has a real wooden cabinet with lighted, multicolored neon-style trim. source...
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LINE-US ROBOT DRAWING ARM

Line-us is a small robot arm that draws with a pen on paper anything you draw on screen. The quirky little robot mimics your writing on a tablet or computer in real time, copying your hand movements, through its sketches, in exactly the same order you did. The tiny robot can also draw out saved drawings (yours or others). Simply connect it to a USB battery or power supply and you are ready to go, use it on any writable surface, a sketchbook, diary, notebook or just ...
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