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Zettaly launches Avy wireless speakers with touchscreen, KitKat

Zettaly initially offered the “Avy” portable wireless speakers through a crowdfunding effort via Kickstarter. That effort did not reach its funding goals, but it did not stop the company from moving forward with its design. What we have now is a unique portable wireless speaker with a 7-inch touchscreen interface, runs Android 4.4 KitKat, and can handle up to 40GB of data.

Flitchio smartphone case gives you tactile gaming controls via NFC

Gaming on a smartphone, especially with action or fighting games like Mortal Kombat, King of Fighters, and other such games, can be frustrating. Virtual gamepads just don’t do justice to gaming experience. Of course, many manufacturers and game developers will say, “It’s a smartphone – gaming on it is not the priority.” But the makers of Flitchio – a new smartphone case that gives you gaming controls – are saying this doesn’t have to be the case, and they are asking for crowdfunding support for their new product.

Flasher brings instant light for your mobile photography needs

Unless you have the brand new Samsung Galaxy S6, which boasts of its HDR and OIS capabilities , then taking pictures in low-light situations is almost always a pain. Your only option is to use another phone's flash as your light source or to just retouch the photo through filters or even Photoshop afterwards. A new Kickstarter project wants to help you get rid of that problem by providing you with a light source for all your mobile photo needs.

Mad Catz showing off two handheld mobile accessories at MWC

For gamers and all those who follow the gaming industry, Mad Catz will be a familiar name – manufacturers of uber-cool gaming accessories for different platforms. As the Mobile World Congress 2015 chugs along in Barcelona, you may see these two new handheld products from mad Catz on display at their booth – the first is a multifunctional media and mobile gaming controller in the Mad Catz S.U.R.F.R, and the second is a dedicated but multi-platform gaming controller in the Mad Catz L.Y.N.X.

Photographer 3D prints VR headset for the OnePlus One

With Samsung jumping on the virtual reality (VR) niche with the Gear VR and Galaxy Note 4 combo, and with LG following close behind teaming up with Google Cardboard plus the LG G3 – not to mention the revival of the View-Master in modern VR style – it will not surprise us if the smaller manufacturers make efforts to jump on this market as well. But as OnePlus has yet to jump on the VR bandwagon, photographer Rene Meeh has taken it upon himself to make a VR headset for his OnePlus One, via 3D printing.

CAMpanion attaches GoPro cameras to most surfaces

If you own a GoPro camera, you know that they can record high quality video and still shots. Odds are the GoPro has much better video and photo taking capabilities than your Android smartphone or tablet. A new product has debuted called the CAMpanion that is designed to connect your GoPro to just about any surface.

Bluewire hands-free set records calls, finds lost keys too

Taking a call while driving is dangerous enough, which is why it’s banned in at least 14 states, plus D.C. and other US territories (and that’s what Bluetooth headsets are there for). But writing while driving—that ups the danger level quite significantly. Hopefully, when the Bluewire bluetooth device finally hits the market, these dangers could be a thing of the past. It might just be that good.

Samsung Gear VR now available at Best Buy, sort of

Good news: The Samsung Gear VR, that wonder toy that brings virtual reality to the masses (well, at least those who own a Samsung Galaxy Note 4), is now out to market and available at Best Buy. Bad news: the Gear VR "Innovator Edition" is just available via the online store, so buying this VR headset is still a very Internet-driven process. But at the very least, it is now within the grasp of the consumers out there and no longer just a pipe dream.

Spoolee keeps your ear buds from being a tangled mess

If you carry ear buds with you in a pocket, briefcase or backpack you know that they can become a tangled mess in short order. There are several ways that you can keep them tangle free, but some of the ways are expensive and inconvenient. A new product has turned up called Spoolee that promises to make keeping your ear buds untangled easy and inexpensive.
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