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Grippity tries to make the translucent tablet a reality

If you've got the cash to burn and looking for an interesting, if not peculiar, gadget to invest in, then this Grippity Android tablet on Kickstarter might be something to put on your list. Not only does this contraption make use of a translucent LCD display, it also has capacitive touchscreen panels on both front and back sides.

Pebble appstore unveiled ahead of early 2014 launch

The folks at Pebble have announced the news we suspect many have been waiting for, the app store. In this case, that will be the "Pebble appstore" and it is expected to be open and ready sometime in "early" 2014. The specifics beyond that have yet to be revealed, however the folks at Pebble have said the store will integrate seamlessly with the existing Android app.

GameStick announces Ubisoft partnership

The success or failure of a platform often comes down to available apps. Or in this case, available games. And based on that, it looks like the folks at GameStick have taken another step forward. GameStick has announced a new partnership with Ubisoft. And slightly better, Ubisoft titles will be available shortly.

Omate TrueSmart shipping delays detailed

This isn't unique to the Omate TrueSmart watch, however there were some issues that popped up after the Kickstarter period came to an end. The folks at Omate have made some unpopular announcements in the weeks since the funding has come to a close, notably, about how the watch would not include the Play Store. On the positive side though, despite seeing delays, Omate does seem to be keeping those backers informed of what is going on.

1Sheeld brings Arduino to Android, demolishes Kickstarter goal

Arduino projectss are a ton of fun, and allow for tinkering souls to delight themselves endlessly. It can get expensive, though, as shields are added. Depending not he size and scope of the project, you could end up spending a few hundred bucks. Aside from the satisfaction of doing it yourself, you might have overspent for a simple project.

Neptune Pine smartwatch looks to Kickstarter for a financial boost

Despite naysayers and critics, now that the smartwatch ball has started to roll, there seems to be no end to independent groups and small-scale manufacturers from trying to carve out a name for themselves in the nascent market. The most recent one that will probably hit your news feeds soon is the Neptune Pine which, in all honesty, is a smartwatch that probably isn't a watch at all.

Omate TrueSmart shipping preparations being made

Omate offered a status update in terms of TrueSmart shipments recently. That update had shipments ranging from mid-November for the 512MB+4GB EU 3G model with the remainder running through December. Well, while we aren't expecting that timeline to change, it does appear as if Omate has begun the final stages of prep work to ensure all backers receive their reward.
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