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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.

Lensbaby offers Android goal for Kickstarter lens project

If you’ve got friends using iPhones, you may have seen them sport some add-on lenses for their sharp shooter. There are a lot of aftermarket lenses for the iPhone; it sells well, and has a single form factor. Android users haven’t been so lucky, but popular Kickstarter team Lensbaby is changing that.

Pressy plans to begin shipments later this month

There may be some good news for those who backed the Pressy Kickstarter project. According to the latest update -- shipments are expected to begin later this month. Specifically, the Pressy team said they are hopeful deliveries will begin on April 28th. Assuming that timeline holds then backers should begin receiving the gadget in May.

Pressy, the “almighty Android button” cloned by Xiaomi [Updated]

Hugo Barra, coming by way of his Google+ page, recently reached out to Xiaomi users looking for help in naming and a new product. Barra referred to this as a clever little gadget, and included some potential name ideas of Mi Button and Mi Key. More to the point here, this clever little gadget turns your headphone jack into a clickable button.

‘Blocks’ wants to be the ‘Project Ara’ of smartwatches

Modular smartphones are popular, but what if the same could be accomplished on a smart wearable? Google’s Project Ara wants to let you snap together a phone or tablet with little modular add-ons, and Blocks wants you to have the same functionality for your wrist. The concept is similar to Project Ara, and equally attractive.

Kickstarter data hacked, credit card details said to be safe

Kickstarter has confirmed news of a hacker attack. Details of the hack were shared on the company blog this weekend, and include mention of "unauthorized access to some" customer data. As with any sort of data hack, the first step for those with a Kickstarter account should be to change your password. And to clarify, change it to a secure password that you aren't using anywhere else.
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