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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 person´s 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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PryMe Bottle Opener

Meet Pry.Me, the world’s smallest keychain bottle opener. Built from Grade 5 Titanium, the tiny EDC item conceals ferocious capabilities, and although it is only the size of a penny, it can hold up to 164,000 times its own weight and is able to pop a bottle in a jiffy. The handy tool comes with a 32mm split ring to attach it to a keyring, and slips effortlessly into your pocket, making it always ready for when someone needs to pop open that perfectly chilled brew. w...
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TRACE | ACTIVITY MONITOR FOR ACTION SPORTS

If you´re a runner or cyclist you´ll find great tools and apps to track your activity and monitor your progress, but nothing similar exists for action sports. That is why a Los Angeles-based startup called ActiveReplay created Trace, a small, light, and durable advanced piece of action sports technology. It is designed to attach to your surfboard/skateboard/snowboard/skis and gather data including speed, distance, jump height and rotation. Trace comes with three app...
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LEAP MOTION

We have read great things about the revolutionary "Leap Motion". Yesterday, we watched an impressive video on Gizmodo of the device in action, if you haven´t heard about it, check out the video after the jump, and get ready to be blown away. Leap motion is a Minority Report-style controller that allows you to interact with your computer in real, natural ways. You can do anything without touching anything, no clicks, no taps, you can point, wave, reach and grab just ...
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