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Cassette Tape Bookmarks Adorably Pair Two Dead Forms of Media

Like a buddy movie where two retired cops stuck in their ways have to return to active duty, these adorable bookmarks—designed to look like miniature unwound cassette tapes—work alongside printed books to help you remember what page you were last reading. Read More >>

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This Smartphone-Powered Microscope Now Even Works Underwater

Sometimes, you never knew you wanted something until someone drops it in your lap. That's exactly what Bodelin Technologies has done with their smartphone-powered ProScope Micro Mobile microscope. This genius little thing now works underwater. Read More >>

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This Anvil Case for Your iPhone Just Needs Casters and Band Stickers

Go backstage at any rock gig in the world and you're going to find loads of anonymous-looking black boxes holding all of the equipment that bands travel with. Now you can get that legendary protection for your phone. Read More >>

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The iRing is an iOS MIDI-Motion Controller for Your Fingers

Along with the iWatch, an iOS-compatible ring is among the most often-rumoured pieces of forthcoming tech alleged to be in testing at Apple's Cupertino HQ. It turns out the rumours were true! But it won't be coming from Apple. Read More >>

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A Bracelet to Keep You Safe From the Sun and Tell You What SPF to Use

Neatmo is slowly creating a reputation for itself of combining smart sensors with neat design, having recently teamed up with Philippe Starck to produce a sleek wireless thermostat. Now, it's joined forces with Louis Vuitton to produce a bracelet that'll keep you safe in the sun. Read More >>

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12 of the Best Nexus 7 Cases to Protect Your Mini Android Tablet

We loved the first 7-inch Nexus tablet, and the second iteration improved on that already-winning formula, as you can read in our review. There are plenty of cases on the market for the 2013 Nexus 7 so I've rounded up twelve, yes twelve! of the finest cases. Read More >>

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Make Your iPhone More Useful with This Sleek Dock

If you're like most people, you stopped using docks back when Apple stopped including them with iPods. That's exactly why we were so pleasantly surprised when we saw the Bluelounge Saidoka lightning charger for iPhone. It actually looks useful! Read More >>

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10 Best New iPad Air Cases

As with any new Apple product, the recent release of the iPad Air has seen a wave of third-party accessories inundate the market. Here's a roundup of some of the best new cases for your touchscreen darling. Read More >>

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A Google Glass Accessory Store Is Here and Holy Crap It's Expensive

Google is readying itself to churn out thousands of pairs of Glass, and now it's also preparing an accessory store to accompany it. But holy hell, those extras won't come cheap. Read More >>

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Adobe’s Experimental Stylus Just Got Real, And Is Coming Within a Year

When Adobe unveiled its first attempt at building hardware tools—a stylus called Project Mighty and a digital ruler called Project Napoleon—last April, the company was careful to describe the devices as experimental projects, dancing around whether we’d ever be able to, you know, buy them. But today, Mighty and Napoleon are real: Adobe has announced that both devices will likely ship in early 2014. Read More >>

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Whoa, This (Working) Trackpad Is made from a Block of Wood

The French designers over at Orée first had us oohing and aahing over their beautiful maple and walnut keyboards; one of the rare times when wood and technology blended perfectly. And now they've gone and stolen our hearts again with a warm alternative to Apple and Logitech's sterile touchpadsthat it's calling the Touch Slab. Read More >>

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Wacom Bamboo Pad: A Touchpad Enhanced for Sketching and Writing

Wacom is covering all grounds lately with new products. Their latest is the Bamboo Pad, a touch surface with the gesture control the likes of an Apple Magic Trackpad, with some added functionality for drawing and jotting down notes. Read More >>

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A USB-Packed Dock For All Your Phones and Tablets To Call Home

Laugh if you will at the absurdity of a dock that can charge and store ten different devices, but if you stop and actually count how many things you need to plug in every night, it stops being so absurd. By now most households have at least a few smartphones, gaming devices, and a couple of tablets. And with an influx of smartwatches poised to arrive, Griffin's new MultiDock seems like a reasonable accessory. Read More >>

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Can the World's Thinnest Keyboard Cut a German Sausage?

If you cast your mind back to 2009, you might recall the Palm Pre had an edge so sharp, it was able to cut through cheese. Measuring just half a millimetre thick, the world's thinnest keyboard -- made by British company CSR in partnership with Atmel and CIT -- should be able to take on a bratwurst, surely. I put my IFA lunch to the test. Read More >>

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Qualcomm Has a Smartwatch Too, and It's the Anti-Galaxy Gear

Happy smartwatch day! Let's have a hearty welcome for our newest party guest: Qualcomm. That's right, the Snapdragon chipmaker will be peddling its own watch—the Toq—direct to consumers. And it's a bit of a different take than Samsung's Galaxy Gear. Read More >>

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HDMI 2.0 Is Here: 60fps 4K, 18Gbps and 32 Channel Audio

HDMI 2.0 has just been officially announced, just in time for the world to adopt Ultra HD TVs, and it looks set to provide your AV set-up with some kick ass capabilities. Read More >>

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