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    Can’t Make it to Paris? Doodle a 3D Eiffel Tower Instead

    The 3Doodler is the first 3D printing pen which lets you design complex creations or just doodles. The $99 pen works by taking a single colored piece of plastic and feeding it through the pen at the top. Then you touch a piece of paper or circle the air, and the now-melted plastic comes out […]

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    Philips Laser Beard Trimmer Safely Guides a Laser to Your Throat

    While other companies at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin were showing off Ultra HD TVs, curved OLED screens, smart watches and waterproof smartphones, Phillips got down to what was really important in life; men’s grooming products. Meet the first laser guided beard trimmer, designed to give men a perfectly sculpted shave each and […]

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    Qualcomm Toq Might Steal GALAXY Gear’s Thunder

    There’s another smartwatch of sorts on the horizon, and it’s from a somewhat unlikely source – Qualcomm. That said, the Qualcomm Toq looks like it has a lot going for it over its competitors. First, we should note that Qualcomm and Samsung (with the GALAXY Gear) aren’t creating a whole new market here – these […]

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    Hands On with Samsung’s GALAXY Gear

    Samsung has entered the wearable technology market with the GALAXY 
Gear Smartwatch introduced at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin. But be very clear; while this watch is loaded with tech, it’s not really very smart. In fact, unless it’s paired to a Galaxy Note 3 (and Galaxy S 4 soon) it’s 
not very […]

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    Kobo Debuts Aura HD e-Reader and Arc Tablets [Hands-on]

    Kobo, the Toronto-based e-reader company, announced a new line-up of e-readers and tablets on Tuesday; the Kobo Aura, the Kobo Arc 10HD and the two Kobo Arc 7 tablets. In addition, Kobo announced a digital magazine store as well as a new kid’s store and experience. At an event in New York City, Kobo CEO Michael Serbinis showed […]

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    Smart Sock Hopes to Prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

    Wearable technology is everywhere these days. From smart watches to smart fabrics to sensors that collect data about our every move. Now there’s wearable tech made just for babies. The Owlet Vitals Monitor  is a wearable baby monitor – built into a smart sock – that monitors a sleeping child’s heart rate, temperature and breathing. […]