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Start-up Glass Up Aims to Bring Google Glass Features to the Masses

Fancy a pair of Google Glasses but don’t fancy spending $1500? Then Italian based start-up Glass UP many have something for you. Costing just $299, the Glass Up glasses promise to bring users of iOS, Android and even Windows Phone 8 operating systems similar features as Google’s devices but in a much less stylish package. […]

Android
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Is the Ouya Worth Buying?

With other more powerful consoles out there, is the Ouya actually worth buying? That’s a good question, and largely will depend on what you are looking for.

Facebook Games
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Ouya Gets Competition: PlayJam Announces GameStick

We’ve all heard about Ouya, the open-source low-cost Android console that raised a ton via Kickstarter. While this is the best known Android console project, it’s not the only one. Now it seems that PlayJam is going beyond the smart TV with its own “GameStick” gaming system.

Android
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Ouya Developer Kits Ship Out December 28th

Remember the Ouya? It has been a little while since the last time we featured an article about the open-source Android console. The good news is that the little Android box is finally almost here, with developer kit versions of the Ouya shipping out on December 28th.

Apple
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Phorce Smart Bag Charges Your Gadgets on the Go

Battery life has become a very important concern with our increasingly digital lifestyles and the world’s first “smart bag” addresses that very need. It’s called Phorce, and it’s a bag with an integrated 54Whr battery pack

MOTOROLLA
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Memoto Allows You to Log Every 30 Seconds of Your Life

Obsessively desire the need to catalog nearly every moment of your entire life? If that sounds like you, you might really love the most recent Kickstarter project, the Memoto. This “life-logging” device is designed to capture photos of everything you doing every 30 seconds and can store up to two-days of photos before you’ll need to upload them elsewhere.

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Google patent points to their own augmented-reality smartwatch

Google wants to surround your entire body with tons of computing devices, it seems. First we have the smartphone, which Google already controls through Android. Next we have the Project Glass computerized glasses. It’s not enough to have a computer in your pocket (your phone, duh) and a computer in your glasses, now they want your wrist, too.

OTHER VIDEOS
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Power Nap Anywhere with Ostrich Pillow (Video)

At first, I thought this had to be a joke, but then I started to think about how useful it might be. It’s called the Ostrich Pillow and it’s a thing you wrap around your head so you can take a power nap on the go. Go ahead and sleep at the office (on your break), in the library, at the airport, or on the train. You can be completely dead to the world.

Android
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Looking for a Voice-powered Smartwatch? Check out the Martian Smartwatch

The Pebble smartwatch is still one of the most success projects to ever generate funds through Kickstarter, although the Ouya almost did as well. The smartwatch is certainly a unique market, and even though solutions using the iPad Nano already somewhat exist- many people enjoy the idea of having a smartwatch that interacts with their iPhones and Android devices.

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Retro Game Dock for iPad

Yes, we already know about the iCade, but what about the nostalgic value of curling up with your favorite NES title from the 80s? The newest creation is called the GameDock and it effectively lets you convert your iPhone, iPad or iPad touch into a retro video game console

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Ouya’s Unique Console Looks A Lot Like A Futuristic Rubix Cube

The various Kickstarter videos and pictures that depict the unique OUYA Android game console have done a great job in sparking our imagination, but we’ve yet to truly see the size, portions or looks of the actual controllers or even the hardware. While Ouya is still in development after reaching millions on Kickstarter, the video does give enough information that Ouya News was able to use to create a full image of what the controller likely looks like.