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Google acquires Bump, a wireless data sharing company

This morning we've learned that the folks from Google have acquired another company, one which is actually pretty interesting. It's called Bump, and their CEO and founder David Lieb confirmed the news today on their site in a quick blog post. Bump is a bit like Android Beam or S-Beam for sharing files, although it's all done in the cloud.

Sony NEX-5T camera revealed with easy Android NFC sharing

Smartphones lately have been focusing quite heavily on the camera side of things, and Sony is surely paying attention. We know they have a few neat new lens accessories that will attach to smartphones, which we're expecting them to announce on September 4th, and yesterday they revealed a new point-and-shoot camera with easy NFC pairing to our Android devices.

Moto Maker Moto X unboxing and Skip accessory hands-on

The custom Moto X from AT&T and their limited-time exclusive Moto Maker site has just arrived, and it sure is pretty. Being able to fully customize the color, accents, and such is more exciting than we thought. As you all know, the custom site and AT&T Moto X went up today, and below you'll be able to check one of ours out in a quick unboxing as well as see that Skip accessory in action.

One2Touch Softpad S1 NFC keyboard for Android smartphones now in Brookstone stores

The need to type out long emails or large amounts of text is a situation that anyone with a mobile device is familiar with. Even with today's large smartphones, the task can still be a chore, especially for those without tablets or laptops at hand. As such, portable keyboards have sometimes become necessary, and One2Touch's Softpad S1 is promising to be the best of its class.

Hyetis Crossbow smartwatch boasts 41 megapixel camera, Swiss design

Smartwatches are the talk of the town these days, with anyone and everyone rumored to be creating their own take on the evolution of the venerated timepiece. It will probably only be a matter of time before someone makes a smartwatch that outperforms a smartphone in some way, like, say, taking photos. And that's exactly the claim being made here with the Hyetis Crossbow smartwatch.
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