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The force is strong with the Star Wars mobile batteries

Star Wars Episode VII is still more than a year away and yet anticipation for this movie is already mile high. Official tech merchandise is also very much in demand (did it ever really go away, to be honest?) and after they brought us the Star Wars USB stick Mimobots and Star Wars microUSB converters, Boston-based Mimoco has now come up with even more Star Wars themed devices that are much needed by heavy mobile gadget users: power banks or mobile batteries.

GoPlug bags lets you charge mobile devices on the go

Charging one's devices while mobile is one of the major concerns of people in this age of smartphones, tablets and phablets. Powerbanks seemed like the ideal situation at first, but now, even those are not enough. An upcoming product in the market called GoPlug bags aim to be the solution to this problem of having power even when on the go.

Earin shows off smallest Bluetooth earbuds in the market

Movies and TV shows often portray Bluetooth headset-wearing people as kind of braggarts or douches, walking around, being constantly “on the phone” and talking. Even in real life, these headpieces aren’t exactly comfortable and convenient, since they’re still not totally wireless. But the newest earbuds from Earin are probably the smallest in the world and are totally wire-free.

Console OS dual-boots where Microsoft, Google dare not tread

Android on PCs, that's definitely been thought of and done before, if the number of Android-powered all-in-one's and laptops of late is any indication. However, Mobile Media Ventures, the people behind iConsole.tv have an even more ambitious goal: to run Android side by side Windows on any PC of your choice.

DOS Owls reveals ODIN Android ‘smart’ portable projector

Have you ever had that moment when you wanted to show your friends this brand new TV show but your Android phone’s small screen wasn’t enough to capture how awesome it is? Well the folks over at Dos Owls, a start-up focused on creating portable visual display products, think they have the solution as they are launching their first product, the ODIN, which they claim is the first mobile device “focused on social interaction.”

LifeLogger camera hits Kickstarter with promise of point-of-view capture

We've seen plenty about Google Glass lately, and one of the features of the Google wearable is the ability to quickly capture images and video from your point of view. There is plenty more going on with Glass, however a new Kickstarter project appears aimed at those who are only looking for image (and video) capture. The project is the LifeLogger and the funding campaign has just gotten underway.
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