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Jide Remix Mini Android PC coming to Kickstarter this July

The year started with Jide unveiling the Remix Ultra Tablet. The tech startup brought the project to Kickstarter and fortunately, the fund goal was raised and the tablet actually shipped to backers last May. Tablet was listed in two variants on the crowdfunding website: a $349 16GB model and the $449 64GB version. This time, Jide is giving us a glimpse of the new Remix Mini, a small Chromebox-like device that runs Remix OS, the same platform running on the Ultra Tablet.

Deus Ex Aria brings gesture control power to your wearable

The idea of a smartwatch goes beyond it being used as a small wrist computer, health and fitness tracker, and a notifications device. The technology is new but it has been rapidly evolving, thanks to smartwatch developers especially those who believe that Android Wear is THE future of wearables.

iblazr 2 LED flash now synced with most native camera apps

Digital photography is rapidly advancing these days. Even without the hardware or device being upgraded, any smartphone can produce great images with a little help from apps, filters, and your editing skills. But for those who are serious with mobile photography, there are many ways to improve your camera setup even if you're just using an Android phone.

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.

Nikola phone case gives Galaxy S6 extra juice from RF energy

According to a lot of studies made, when your smartphone emits out radio frequency (RF) signals like WiFi, 4G, Bluetooth, etc, only a small fraction of it actually reaches the receiver, so you have all of that wasted energy just floating around the air. Have you ever wondered what can be done if you can harness all that energy? Well, a Kickstarter project is doing that, as they want to introduce the Nikola phone case to Samsung Galaxy S6 owners.

The future of holographic display has arrived with Holus

The future is here. These are the first words that came to my mind when I saw the Holus concept. Star Wars fans will be delighted that this could be the holoprojector they've been dreaming about. I like the idea of the holograms on Iron Man more but I never really imagined we'd see such in our lifetime. Sure, display and projector technologies are rapidly evolving and this perhaps is one of the most interactive yet. It's something that's really "achievable".

HidrateMe lets you know when it’s time to drink water

Ask any health or beauty specialist what is the best secret for keeping your skin clear or prolonging your life without any surgery and they would probably give you the same answer: drink lots of water. But a lot of times, especially during seasons when it isn't warm enough to always be thirsty, we forget to drink water. A new Kickstarter project will introduce HidrateMe, which is probably the smartest water bottle in the market right now.

OpenEars lets you record, share 3D video via live streaming

If you think geeks are running out of ways to innovate in-ear headphones, you're wrong. There are more ways to update the headphones and one Kickstarter project was started to prove that we can do more with them. OpenEars by Binauric SE is the first pair of Bluetooth in-ear headphones that allows you to record videos with 3D audio to share and stream. The great quality of sound is promised, as well as, reliable GoPro connection and HearThrough mode.

Gekkopod trying to replace the “selfie stick” in your photo habit

Are you sick and tired of the ubiquitous "selfie stick" (previously known as the monopod) not because you are averse to taking selfies (to the contrary in fact) but due to the fact that it is unbendable, not too pliable, and comes with a few limitations as to the angles and views? A new Kickstarter project believes that it just might replace your stick in the mud monopod as the Gekkopod is more flexible and even comes with a bit more personality to boot.

Pretty Smart Lamp shows notifications in colors, light sequence you want

I can't wait for the day when homes, gadgets, and cars are all connected. Smart home technology is still in its "infancy" but there is no doubt everything will be connected since Google could be launching Brillo as another Android OS for the Internet of Things. While we might not be able to reach that super connected future, we can still enjoy the many benefits by starting with smart devices. For the home, smart bulbs are slowly becoming popular. They're easily accessible now and more support are coming their way.
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