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Instead of a Laptop, This Messenger Bag Hides An Ice-Cold Beer Bonanza - Cult of Mac

Instead of a Laptop, This Messenger Bag Hides An Ice-Cold Beer Bonanza - Cult of Mac | Tech Wow | Scoop.it

Nothing screams “summer!” like a bag full of beer and ice. The messenger-bag gurus at Timbuk2 know this, and have re-clad and re-released their stealthy party-in-a-bag bag, the Dolores Chiller Messenger — this time in Pilsner Urquell’s signature green and white colors.


You may be asking “can’t I just dump all the stuff out of my own messenger bag and fill it with beer and ice?” Why no, you can’t. Your bag’s interior isn’t insulated; and more importantly, your bag doesn’t come with a handy bottle opener....

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Not really a Tech Wow, just some summer fun. Well, you could use it to cool off your laptop I guess. ;-)

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, July 9, 2013 1:33 PM

Ahh summer and beer. Ingenuity and did I mention beer?... ;-)

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This Dutch student is building an ambulance drone | memeburn

This Dutch student is building an ambulance drone | memeburn | Tech Wow | Scoop.it
Drones have a bad reputation, an almost irredeemable bad reputation even when proposed to be put to good use. The bad boy reputation is not uncalled for. Drones, though not on its own doing, have been responsible for some gruesome attacks. One student in Netherlands at the Delft University of Technology is attempting to put drones to good use. Alec Momont needed to complete a final project at university and he set out to find a positive use for drones.Momont was also driven by something greater than fulfilling course requirements. His parents had recently lost a neighbour to cardiac arrest after an ambulance failed to arrive on time. Momont, 23, began to wonder about the possibility of ambulance drones that carry emergency supplies. The technology student collaborated with Living Tomorrow, an organisation that is known for taking on innovation projects....
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Meet Strati, the first 3D printed car in the world

Meet Strati, the first 3D printed car in the world | Tech Wow | Scoop.it

GWhile some people have successfully 3D printed buildings, others have taken the same approach to the car manufacturing business, as a company has just come out with a car called the Strati that's t...


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Hard to believe, but there you have it - the world's first 3-D printed car.

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Farid Mheir's curator insight, September 28, 7:27 PM

This is much inline with my readings on the zero marginal cost society. Being able to print your own car may not be practical of cost effective today but once it is and car 3D models are available free or low charge on the web, where will the car industry go? I understand why Tesla is building huge battery manufacturing plant as they may have seen that providing key components may be the future of the car industry?

Alexandre Armougom's curator insight, September 29, 9:16 AM

This is a good utility of 3D printer.

Russell R. Roberts, Jr.'s curator insight, September 30, 6:55 AM

Fascinating idea that could revolutionize how we buy, repair, and maintain our cars/trucks.  Imagine dialing up a Porsche sportscar and having it in your garage in a few hours?  Farfetched...but possible. I bet the major car makers are a bit concerned about this.  Aloha, Russ.

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This 3D printer makes cookies, icing, and everything your sweet tooth desires

This 3D printer makes cookies, icing, and everything your sweet tooth desires | Tech Wow | Scoop.it

We generally associate 3D printers with things made out of plastic (even though they can make everything from houses to cars), but this 3D printer, called Candy, makes sweets. Not just sweets either, but pretty much anything your sweet tooth desires, including cookies, icing for the top of cakes, and custom designed chocolates, too.


Candy takes 3D printing out of the workshop, and puts it in your kitchen right alongside your Nespresso machine. The latest in a string of 3D printers to hit crowd funding website Kickstarter, it’s described as the first affordable, food-specific model to hit the market. How affordable? It’s $500 if you get in on the limited early bird offer, or $600 if you miss out.


Designed in a non-threatening way, so it won’t look too out of place on your kitchen worktop, Candy has also been engineered to be very easy to live with and use. The body is made from fiberglass, making it light, and all the important components can be removed and cleaned as needed.


To use it, pour your choice of sugary goodness into the dispenser, load a recipe, and let the printer get to work. A regular 3D design of relative complexity, such as the Digital Trends image you see here, takes between five and 10 minutes to produce, but some can take even less....

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3d food printing? I'm there!

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, August 26, 9:18 AM

It prints what? How about eatable delights from chocolate, icing sugar, and more naughty-but-nice treats along with your jewelry, parts, more. I'm in!

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Pacifi - Bluetooth Smart Baby Pacifier is World's Smartest Dummy

Pacifi - Bluetooth Smart Baby Pacifier is World's Smartest Dummy | Tech Wow | Scoop.it

Blue Maestro introduces Pacifi, the world’s first smart pacifier that monitors a baby’s temperature and transmits the data to an app on a parent’s iOS or Android smartphone or tablet.


With a temperature sensor built into the pacifier’s silicon teat, Pacif transmits temperature data via Bluetooth Smart (sometimes referred to as Bluetooth 4.0 or Bluetooth Low Energy) to a free app on an iOS or Android smartphone or tablet. The app determines when the temperature is the most accurate and then time-tamps and plots the temperature data in a graph.  Via the app, parents can record when medication was administered, set-up alerts/ reminders and share the data with carers and medical professionals....

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Fascinating application of wearable technology.

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Big Algorithms to Change the World - Datanami

Big Algorithms to Change the World - Datanami | Tech Wow | Scoop.it
The age of information has arrived. Bits and bytes zip through the atmosphere into our homes and buildings, into our televisions and into our mobile devices. Our automobiles, trains, planes, and thoroughfares are Internet-connected....As important as Moore's law advances have been, nowadays the focus is on “big algorithm” – a set of steps for solving a problem much faster than any previous method could do. Shaw cites a colleague who had generated an amount of data that would traditionally require a $2-million computer to analyze all of it. Seeking a less expensive alternative, King and his graduate students developed an algorithm that could do the work in 20 minutes on a laptop.Linking datasets, visualizing data – these approaches are proving integral to creating knowledge....
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Class is in. Good read to stretch your thinking about technology.
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What It's Like to Bartend at CES Through Google Glass

What It's Like to Bartend at CES Through Google Glass | Tech Wow | Scoop.it

Ever wonder what it would be like to bartend at a huge event like CES? Google Glass has your answer. Plus a variety of other wearable technology highlights for your reading pleasure.


Sony Wants to Compete with Oculus Rift

Sony may move into the territory market dominated by the Oculus Rift and other virtual-reality headsets with an upgrade to its head-mounted display. The company's HMZ-T3W headgear has been around since September of last year, although it was designed to be primarily a video device. With a prototype head tracker attached, the visor-like entertainment device becomes an immersive game environment.


Reebok CHECKLIGHT

Put simply the Reebok Checklight is a wearable for your head that measures how hard it got hit. It uses multiple motion sensors to provide actionable impact data to help assess an athlete before continuing to play and is designed for all helmeted and non-helmeted contact sports and activities.


Mio Heart Monitor

Mio Global unveiled Mio LINK, a sleek band worn on the wrist designed to monitor continuous heart rate data. Now runners and cyclists can get all the benefits of heart training without needing to use an uncomfortable chest strap. Available beginning in March for only $99.


FINALLY, a Grill-Cleaning Robot

Think of the $120 Grillbot as a Roomba for your grill. It’s got three motors, replaceable wire brushes and the ability to change directions as it bumps into the sides of your grill.


GUNNAR Optiks Color Update

Five new colors were introduced in the GUNNAR Optiks collection. The colors are Cobalt, Fire, Kryptonite, Ghost and Ink. As with the other Optiks glasses, the lenses offer a slight magnification and help filter out harsh light.


Pebble Steel Debut

For CES 2014, Pebble is showing off its new Pebble 2.0 software, the Pebble app store and Pebble Steel, its premium smart watch. Like the original Pebble, the Pebble Steel is waterproof and has a battery life of 5 to 7 days. The e-paper display is the same, too — only now it's covered with Corning Gorilla Glass.


SOL Republic Relays

The SOL Republic Relays are designed to fill two niches: everyday wear and fitness wear. Mashable reporter Pete Pachal says they're some of the most comfortable he's worn.


June bracelet

This smart bracelet, from Neatatmo, measures sun exposure and connects to iOS devices to let users know if they've had too much (or too little) sun.

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Mashable's coverage of CES is a must-read for technology Geeks.

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Smart Bed Watches While You Sleep, But It's Not Creepy

Smart Bed Watches While You Sleep, But It's Not Creepy | Tech Wow | Scoop.it
Your next bed might be able to tell you how well you slept the night before and whether you should lay off the caffeine.Your next bed may be able to track how well you slept the night before and if you should lay off the caffeine.Manufacturer Sleep Number introduced the x12 bed at CES this year, a voice-activated bed that monitors your sleep and aims to improve the quality of your snoozing. With a few commands, it can adjust firmness, elevation or give you a massage."Consumers are taking more of an active role in managing their total well being," Chief Product Officer Annie Bloomquist told Mashable. "While diet and exercise have long been the focus, sleep is emerging as an integral part of living a healthy life. You spend a third of your life in bed, and until now, you haven’t had real insight into how you sleep and what to do to improve it."...
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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, January 12, 6:49 PM

You can sleep on this wearable tech ;-)

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Pebble Unveils Pebble Steel, New Apps and Software

Pebble Unveils Pebble Steel, New Apps and Software | Tech Wow | Scoop.it
Pebble is back at CES, and this time it has a brand new, redesigned metal smartwatch and tons of new apps.Pebble debuted at CES 2013 and started shipping to its Kickstarter backers soon after. In the last year, the smartwatch has sold more than 300,000 units and is available at Amazon, Best Buy and AT&T.For CES 2014, Pebble is showing off its new Pebble 2.0 software, the Pebble app store and Pebble Steel, its premium smartwatch....
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Will The CES 2014 Help 3D Printers Cross the Tipping Point?

Will The CES 2014 Help 3D Printers Cross the Tipping Point? | Tech Wow | Scoop.it

...For years, 3-D printing sounded like science fiction. But in recent years, 3-D printing and scanning devices have gained broad acceptance across a broad range of industries – turning science fiction into reality.


Gartner estimates that worldwide shipments of 3D printers priced under $100,000 will grow by 49 percent in 2013. Major industry players are expected to sell 56,507 sub-$100,000 3D printers this year. And that number is expected to double by 2015, as big product designers like Rolls-Royce are planning to use 3D printing for jet engine parts....

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, January 7, 9:56 AM

Still risky or finally a reality? Here's an investor's perspective of 3-D printing.

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This Powered Exoskeleton Lets Paraplegics Walk Again

This Powered Exoskeleton Lets Paraplegics Walk Again | Tech Wow | Scoop.it

In February 2002, Michael Gore broke his back in a work accident and lost all function and feeling in his legs. Using the Indego Exoskeleton, a device at the forefront of wearable robotics, Gore can now get up and walk again.


With the Indego, patients with spinal cord injuries or with other motor problems strap their lower bodies into a piece of equipment that looks like leg braces. The Indego, however, uses sophisticated technology that does much more than just provide support. Gyroscopes and accelerators anticipate a patient's steps by subtle upper body motion--similar to how a Segway works. Then, the Indego moves in concert with the patient’s leg to take a step. The wearer is using their own muscles to do the work, with a little extra help.

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Ninja Sphere Lets You Control Almost Everything in Your House [VIDEO]

Ninja Sphere Lets You Control Almost Everything in Your House [VIDEO] | Tech Wow | Scoop.it
A gadget called Ninja Sphere lets users keep tabs on everything in their home.Not even the most high-tech security systems can keep watch over everything in your home. And most also lack the ability to automatically alert you when someone tries to steal something as small as an expensive bottle of wine from your private collection.However a new device called the Ninja Sphere, an all-white object that could almost pass for a modern piece of sculpture, is designed to handle just such a situation.With features like LED lights and built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, the gadget lets you keep tabs on the things — and pets — in your home. Place a Bluetooth tag on your cat and the Ninja Sphere will track its travels. It can also alert you when smaller valuable objects, such as a jewelry box or computer, are being moved....
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Twitter's Custom Timelines: What It Means for Content Marketing

Twitter's Custom Timelines: What It Means for Content Marketing | Tech Wow | Scoop.it

On Tuesday, Twitter announced the release of custom timelines. Now, you can create a timeline that includes select tweets about a topic, event, or breaking news so people can follow along. You can choose a name for your custom timeline, and it will live on its own public Twitter page.


Before you get too excited, there are a couple of caveats. First, the feature is available only via Tweetdeck. Second, although there is an API for custom timelines, it’s still in beta.Regardless, the ability to cherry-pick tweets and put them into a timeline that is tailor-made for your audience is exciting. For instance, custom timelines can be used for ongoing Q&As and as companion content for media, and it can be used by brands that are establishing themselves as thought leaders around a particular topic.


Here’s a great example of a custom timeline created by Carson Daly as a way to curate tweets about The Voice....

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, November 16, 2013 10:33 AM

Twitter just announced the release of custom timelines. Read on to find out what this exciting development means for the future of content marketing. Recommended reading for content marketers. 9/10

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This Adaptable House Reshapes Itself For Your Growing Family, Or For Your Divorce

This Adaptable House Reshapes Itself For Your Growing Family, Or For Your Divorce | Tech Wow | Scoop.it

The modern family is always in flux. That's why this house--with flexible walls, sliding cabinets, and moveable outlets--is easily reconfigured to meet the changing needs of our lives.


Americans spend around $300 billion each year on home renovations, adding to the construction industry's giant carbon footprint. But what if houses could reshape themselves as needed, so people could add a room or change the size of a kitchen without bringing in bulldozers or building new walls?


The Adaptable House, part of a new development in Denmark, is designed to change over time. If a family has kids and wants to add a room or make a living room bigger, the house can expand. If a grandparent moves in, the family can slide walls around to add another room. The house is even designed to split in two in the case of divorce....

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Denmark's Adaptable House is definitely a sign of the times.

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aitouaddaC's curator insight, September 26, 5:01 AM

Ou comment pousser les murs d'une bibliothèque ?

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somethings really are great and are of worth sharing 

 

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Doctor turns to 3D printers in a race to save a toddler's mind | The Verge

Doctor turns to 3D printers in a race to save a toddler's mind | The Verge | Tech Wow | Scoop.it

On a Tuesday last summer, Erin Mandeville was at a CVS buying medicine for her five-month-old baby, Gabriel. Close to 4PM, she noticed her infant’s eyes roll back in quick succession. It was the first of Gabriel’s many episodes of infantile spasms that would follow.


Spasms or epileptic seizures can be catastrophic for young children. Doctors at Boston Children’s Hospital tried every route and medicine to help Gabriel as his seizures progressed aggressively....


A hemispherectomy is "one of the most challenging operations in pediatric epilepsy surgery," says Dr. Joseph Madsen, director of the epilepsy program at Boston Children’s. A dress rehearsal is beneficial even for the most highly experienced surgeons. "This is a printed version that the surgeon can hold, cut, manipulate, and look for things," he says, holding Gabriel’s printed brain in his hand. For surgeons-in-training, the simulation is a blessing. "No one wants to be the first person to get a hemispherectomy from a surgeon, ever," he adds.


The 3D print of Gabriel’s brain was developed by the Simulator Program at the hospital. The model is printed in soft plastic with a precision of 16 microns per layer; blood vessels are set in contrast color for easier navigation. Gabriel’s parents were privy to the process and anticipated complications. Gabriel’s subsequent surgery earlier this year took close to 10 hours, and went according to plan....

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Heartwarming story and tech innovation.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, September 3, 6:45 PM

Heartwarming story and tech innovation.

Pauline Kershaw's curator insight, September 4, 4:01 AM

Read this story and research other uses for 3D printers to evaluate whether they are really worth bothering with. Bring Ideas to your next computing class.

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An 'Invisibility' Cloak Is Getting Closer To Reality

An 'Invisibility' Cloak Is Getting Closer To Reality | Tech Wow | Scoop.it

SCloaking devices, a staple of science fiction (think Harry Potter), are getting closer to reality. Researchers at Duke University have built a structure that would hide anything under it from sonar — at least in air.


Made of sheets of perforated plastic, the pyramid-shaped cloak changes the shape and speed of sound waves as they hit it. Those changes make the sound waves appear to reflect off the surface the pyramid is standing on, as though it wasn't there.


To build the cloak, Lucian Zigoneanu, Bogdan-Ioan Popa and Steven Cummer modeled the way sound waves act on a computer. They tried several simulated shapes, and eventually came up with the pyramid design, made with sheets that have holes in them....

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Shades of The Invisible Man... :-)

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Here's The Technology That's Going To Make Your Phone's Internet 1,000 Times Faster Than 4G

Here's The Technology That's Going To Make Your Phone's Internet 1,000 Times Faster Than 4G | Tech Wow | Scoop.it
It's so fast and reliable, its creator thinks you won't need cable.


Artemis' technology takes a very different direction. Rather than carefully spacing out a relatively small number of towers, Artemis wants to deploy a massive number of boxes the size of routers — called "pWaves" — that will provide much better service to a much smaller area.


Rather than working against interference, pCell embraces the collision of radio waves. By combining the incoming signals from several of the pWave base stations, each pCell user is given the equivalent of their own "personal cell" (hence the name) — which basically means getting full bars of LTE at all times becomes the new standard, while "good" signal strength means getting a signal that's as much as 1,000 times faster than what we're all used to.

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Now this is what we need!

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The March of the Drones

The March of the Drones | Tech Wow | Scoop.it

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For the last couple of weeks, I’ve been bobbling in the air over San Francisco with the Phantom 2 Vision from DJI Innovations, a four-rotored, electronic pterodactyl that neatly packages the computing, storage, communication and video advances of the past 40 years and is the first powerful drone that I have managed not to destroy. Despite a few wonky landings and an unplanned collision with the side of the house I’ve only broken five propellors in ten days and the Phantom 2 Vision remains intact. This is not because I’ve discovered fresh motor skills but because of elegant and forgiving engineering.


The Phantom 2 Vision is the rough flying equivalent of the Apple II, a computer that opened up new horizons for a generation with neither the patience nor the skill required to assemble, program and operate the single-board computers that had been the secret preserve of hobbyists. This drone is as far removed from the cheap remote quadracopters as an Apple II was from an early pocket calculator. Even that comparison is a mite harsh because almost 40 years after the Apple II, the Phantom 2 Vision is a technology concoction that was unimaginable in 1977.


Imagine this: a $1,200 device powered by a lithium ion battery that can stay aloft for 25 minutes, fly at 35 mph, reach an altitude that causes the FAA fits, captures high resolution video from a built-in 14 mega pixel camera, and can automatically returns to its starting position thanks to the way it locks onto the GPS system. The Phantom 2 Vision’s camera is controlled via wifi by a smartphone that is clamped to the remote controller. (Remember – today’s smartphone contains computing power that would have cost about $35M in 1975 – or about $150M in today’s dollars).

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Michael Moritz explores drones, technology and the pace of innovation. 

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This Wearable Gadget Zaps You to Stand Taller

This Wearable Gadget Zaps You to Stand Taller | Tech Wow | Scoop.it
Lumo BodyTech announced during the 2014 International CES show a small gadget that nudges you to stand up straight.The Lumo Lift, which comes in a variety of colors, detects your body's positioning and when you start to slouch, the device vibrates and reminds you to adjust your stance. The Lift can be clasped to an undershirt, collar or bra strap."Lumo Lift tracks your body positions and movements, and when you close off your body, the sensor provides a gentle vibration to remind you to keep your shoulders back and head lifted," a company spokesperson told Mashable. "It also provides feedback and rewards through a mobile app."...
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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, January 12, 6:51 PM

Another entry to the wearable health devices.

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Garmin Vivofit: A Fitness Tracker You Only Need to Charge Once a Year

Garmin Vivofit: A Fitness Tracker You Only Need to Charge Once a Year | Tech Wow | Scoop.it
Marking its foray into the crowded wristband fitness tracker space, Garmin launched at CES 2014 the vivofit, a waterproof device that learns a user's fitness habits and sets different daily goals. Unlike most competing wristband trackers that require a recharge after seven to 10 days, the company promises a full year's worth of battery on one charge, thanks to two user-replaceable coin cell batteries.The vivofit aims to go head to head with other fitness wristband trackers such as the Nike+ Fuelband SE, the Fitbit Force and the Jawbone Up. It will come in five flavors — black, purple, teal, blue and slate — and in two sizes: small and large. The vivofit ships in the first quarter of 2014 and costs $129.99. A bundle with a heart-rate monitor will also be available for $169.99, allowing users to get more accurate calorie-burn information while working out....
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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, January 12, 6:46 PM

Fitness fans will like the battery capacity.

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Must have future gadgets 2014 - YouTube

The future must have gadgets for 2014, what will they be? There are some amazing gadgets being released next year that will be revolutionary. 

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Several must-haves for geeks.

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Tweeting sharks help keep swimmers safe - Your Community

Tweeting sharks help keep swimmers safe - Your Community | Tech Wow | Scoop.it
The most warning your average beach-goer gets that a shark is approaching is an ominous fin gliding above the surface, striking terror into the hearts of anyone who's seen JawsThat is, unless you're surfing the waves of Western Australia, where sharks can now use Twitter to announce their impending arrival.
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True story! Now that's wearable technology! Talk about jumping the shark.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, January 5, 11:47 PM

True story! Now that's wearable technology! Talk about jumping the shark.

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True story! Now that's wearable technology! Talk about jumping the shark.

theMediaPod's curator insight, January 6, 7:12 PM

A much better idea than slaughtering them.

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Smarty Ring Sends Smartphone Updates to Your Finger [VIDEO]

Smarty Ring Sends Smartphone Updates to Your Finger [VIDEO] | Tech Wow | Scoop.it
Smarty Ring is a Bluetooth-enabled wearable gadget that allows users to check smartphone alerts, and manage incoming calls right from their finger.
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Amazon reveals drones will soon be delivering your order (Video) - Puget Sound Business Journal

Amazon reveals drones will soon be delivering your order (Video) - Puget Sound Business Journal | Tech Wow | Scoop.it
Amazon is developing drones to deliver packages. VIDEO
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Droning on in the future?

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Pilot any paper airplane from your phone

Pilot any paper airplane from your phone | Tech Wow | Scoop.it
Forget tossing paper airplanes recklessly out highrise windows to achieve maximum flight time, the PowerUp 3.0 kit retrofits a…

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Wow! I mean wow!

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