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Wireless Powermat

Who would not want to charge their cell phones, portable gaming consoles, cameras, or even your watch without having to use any wires? This became reality, the Israeli company Powermat, created a kind of "mat" on which the user puts his electronic device on top and the battery charges, without relying on wires and electricity. How is this possible? Simple, through magnetic induction.



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IPHONE 6

Well, here you have it folks, Apple has officially announced the latest iPhone, the iPhone 6 and its bigger brother, the iPhone 6 Plus, both powered by Apples new 64-bit A8 processor. The sleek iPhone 6 features a Retina HD 4.7-inch 1334 x 750 screen (iPhone 5S has a 4-inch screen), comes with iOS8, includes healthkit, appleís new health and fitness application, and is available in 16GB, 64 GB and 128GB. The camera now features an 8MP sensor with digital image stabi...
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DXO ONE

DxO One is a new must have gadget for the new-age mobile photographers, it turns your iPhone or iPad into a full 1-inch 20MP sensor DSLR! The tiny camera add-on attaches to the iPhones Lightning port and swivels 60-degrees in either direction, letting you shoot shoot RAW photos on your iPhone behind an f/1.8 32mm equivalent lens. The included app turns the iPhone into a large viewfinder with the same manual controls found on a DSLR, like Speed, Aperture Priority, an...
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PlayStation Classic

Sony has announced a miniature recreation of the first PlayStation console, which originally launched in 1994. Preloaded with 20 of the best titles from a game-changing era, the PlayStation Classic  perfectly mirrors the original console, with the same logo, button layout and packaging, but is 45% smaller. It also includes an HDMI cable for connecting to a TV, two wired controllers, plus a virtual memory card to save your adventures. Due to launch on 3 December...
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