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SOLAR PAPER

The name's a little redundant — after all, we wouldn't have paper if it weren't from the sun. But Solar Paper isn't referencing the printed word. It's just...
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REMIX MINI ANDROID PC

Mobile chips keep getting more powerful. Which begs the question: What makes a PC, a PC? Is it the chips inside, the OS it runs, or what you can do with it? If...
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A Tabletop Holographic Experience

When Tupac appeared at 2012’s Coachella as a hologram it was a true entertainment game-changer. Since then we have seen many other appearances in hologram form. Now, Canadian startup H+tech extends the blend between the digital and real world by...

Kokoon | EEG headphones

That's right, sleep better with the world's first sleep sensing EEG headphones. Perfect peace and comfort with audio that responds to your sleep. Noise-canceling headphones can be pretty handy if you’re trying to catch some shut-eye on a plane or...
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olloclip Studio

If your tech and gadget aficionados like us you have to have noticed that Olloclip has become the GoPro of clip-on lenses for your phone. You can find the...

Micro Drone 3.0

Three years ago if you wanted a drone to take high-quality video, you had to shell out tons of cash and rely on a big, bulky flyer. With the Micro Drone 3.0...

Make the world your paper

At best, some styluses are pressure-sensitive. At worst, they're just a "dumb" piece of material with a plastic nub on the end. The Phree Writing Device is neither. It uses patented Optical Translation Measurement technology to let you write on...
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Get Superhuman Hearing

A hotly anticipated set of wireless earbuds called Here won’t even play your favorite songs. The soon-to-be-released tech gadget from SF-based Doppler Labs...
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The All-In-One Dog Collar

There are plenty of beautiful dog collars on the market that reflect a range of styles and cross a range of price point. And yet, there's nothing quite like...
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A Seamless Smart Home Interface

Right now, the smartphone is the universal remote to the Internet of things. Whether you're flicking on your Philips Hue smartlights, queuing up a Spotify playlist on your stereo, or setting the temperature on your Nest, it's all done on an app...