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Bolt | Portable Battery & Wall Charger

BOLT by Fluxmob, is the world´s smallest portable battery backup and wall charger combined. The tiny device is packed with enough juice for up to two iPhone or Android charges, and features a built-in wall charger allowing you to charge the internal battery while you´re charging your mobile device. BOLT has a smooth rubberized finish, a LED status indicator, and is available in three colors. watch the video



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SEISMOMETER IPHONE APP

With this cool app by Yellowagents, you can measure everything that vibrates, shakes or moves. Seismometer uses your iPhones built in accelerometer to measure movements in two axes, calculate the resulting energy and draw the results on a rolling logarithmic scale. Apparently this thing is so sensitive, it can even notice your heartbeats!...
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FOLDIO360

You might recall the feature we did some time ago on the brilliant Foldio (a traveling pop-up studio that allows you to shoot small objects under great lighting) by Orange Monkie. Their latest project is the Foldio360, a smart turntable that allows you to create beautiful 360º images with your smartphone, an affordable and professional solution for small business owners, bloggers, and online sellers. An included app allows you to control the lighting on the turntabl...
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AQUAFARM

Aquafarm was born thanks to a very successful Kickstarter campaign, it is a Self-Cleaning Fish Tank that Grows Food! It features a clever loop eco-system, with fish waste feeding the plants and plants cleaning the water. You can grow beans, basil, thyme, baby greens, oregano, mint, parsley, right on top of the fish tank, and with the science of aquaponics, the Aquafarm transforms your fish’s waste into nutrients for the plants. All this is happening without soil and...
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