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BioLite KettleCharge Will Give You Clean Water And A Fully Charged Phone

How many times have you been stuck in the woods with a dying phone and no water? I know, I know, it happens to me all of the time, too. However, if I had a BioLite KettleCharge, it would never happen, because KettleCharge boils water while charging your phone or device.

Make Rooms For Daddy, Facebook’s Back To The Future

Yes, this just might be your Daddy’s old guilty-pleasure resurrected. For those who were the early adopters of the Internet, you probably still wax nostalgic over the days of chat rooms. Introduced as ‘Internet Relay Chat’ (IRC) back in 1988 this was the application layer of protocol that facilitated the transfer of plain text messaging back in the day!

Muku Shuttr Lets You Become A Grandmaster Of Smartphone Photography

If you're looking for a device to really step your smartphone photography game up, look no further than the Muku Shuttr; the little peripheral that allows you to take hands-free pictures with your Android or Apple smartphone. The Shuttr was made possible thanks to their Kickstarter campaign that reached their goal in a little over a week. The Shuttr uses Bluetooth technology to pair with your device and allows for (almost) hands-free photography.

In-Store Tailor Enlarges Pants Pockets For iPhone 6 Plus Customers

You've got to have deep pockets to own a new iPhone 6 Plus... in more ways than one. All's not lost for owners of the oversized Apple devices, however, thanks to an enterprising Chinese iPhone retailer who set up an in-store tailoring booth where customers can get their pockets enlarged while they wait.

Cruise On Chargeboard, Then Charge Your Phone

The further you get away from a socket, the faster your phone dies. Doesn't that always seem to be the case? Well if you're getting further away from a socket longboarding on Chargeboard, then you don't ever have to worry about your phone dying.

Samsung's New Galaxy TAb 4 NOOK Can Help Get Your Kids Reading More

Inspiring kids to read from an early age and keeping kids reading into adulthood is a daunting challenge. Leveraging some of  the features that the latest gadgets have to offer can help make reading easier and more fun for kids and help make meeting that challenge easier.  The new Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK is a new gadget that can help your kids read and inspire them to read more. 


WD's New External Drives Have WiFi Access, SD Card Slot

The usual high capacities and USB interface of portable hard drives are paired with wireless streaming and an SD card vacuum, among other things, in Western Digital's My Passport Wireless. Pro photographers ought to take a long, hard look at this one.

Lumi Deco LED Light-up Nail Stickers Shine When Your Phone Rings

Lumi Deco LED Light-up Nail Stickers are designed to respond to NFC waves emitted by Android devices, mobile wallet functions, and digital cash IC cards. No batteries required... where would you put them, anyway?

The Selfie Sombrero Is A Definite Fashion "Don't"

"You're so vain, you probably want a selfie sombrero," would probably be a line to the classic Carly Simon song if she wrote it in modern times. And indeed, you have to be pretty darn vain to wear something so ugly and so cumbersome solely to take pictures of yourself.

Wayfare Gives You A Pen Pal Right On Your Phone

Show of hands if you had a pen pal at some point during your time in school. Just as I figured, quite a few of you. Wayfare is letting you relive your days of international correspondence with an app that pairs you with someone from the country of your choosing for seven days. An interesting concept, but how well does it work?