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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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Taylor Stitch
Velomacchi
POLAROID Z2300 | INSTANT DIGITAL CAMERA | Image

POLAROID Z2300 | INSTANT DIGITAL CAMERA

The iconic Polaroid instant camera is back! Featuring the latest technology, the Polaroid Z2300 features built-in ZINK inkless printing, allowing users to print photos instantly. With a 10-megapixel image sensor, it has the ability to produce 2x3” prints color prints in less than a minute. The camera also has the ability to upload images to any social media platform, and record HD video. The ultimate social media machine!...
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PAVILION SPEAKER

When you mix up design and top sound quality you´ll get something like the Pavilion Speaker, an item that blends architectural elements and design features with top-notch tech specs. The Pavilion Speaker features a high-density concrete base to get a proper look and weight stability, and we dare say it helps keeping it away from the mainstreamed plastic speakers. The special metal spiral gives it a crazy coil look made from high grade copper, that´s not just there f...
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SLOPES APP

The Apple Watch Series 3 now tracks skiing and snowboarding activity! Skiers, rejoice! Today Apple announced that Apple Watch Series 3 wearers will have the ability to track detailed information about both snowboarding and skiing runs. Due to an Apple Watch update that combines GPS and altimeter (altitude) measuring, ski apps such as Slopes are now able to quantify performance. Users can record runs, see average and maximum speeds, see vertical descent a...
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