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Gadget fix – The Times (subscription)

Project yourself into another world while gaming, take it easy on the pedals while cycling off-road, get a helping hand while on the fairway, and keep a library of pumping beats right by your side IMMERSION BEATERRazer Project Ariana gaming projectorGaming peripherals firm Razer unveiled this interactive video projector at …

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BlackBull Luxury Gadget Bag (video) – Geeky Gadgets

Anyone searching for a more luxurious gadget bag may be interested in a new every day bag which has been created by BlackBull Design based in Sydney Australia. The BlackBull luxury gadget bag is constructed from Italian natural leather and is equipped with plenty of pockets for all your daily …

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When gadget companies hit the growth wall – ZDNet

Sonos Play 5 Hardware is a tough game. On one hand, device makers have access to far more infrastructure than they did decades ago. This has led to the explosion of companies that have been able to finance — and often deliver — products via crowdfunding platforms such as Kickstarter. …

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This amazing 'umbrella drone' is the gadget you never knew you needed – Mirror.co.uk

Going outside never seems very tempting at this time of year, what with the constant fear of being caught in an unexpected downpour. You’d be mad to leave the house without protection, but when you’re out running errands, grappling with an umbrella can seem like more trouble than its worth. …

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Indian Express Group launches gadget review site Techook – MediaNama.com

The Indian Express Group has launched Techook.com, a website which joins an already overflowing space of gadget review and how-to sites. What’s interesting here is that the company says that Techook will remain “ad free”. Then how will they monetize? In response to a query from MediaNama, Sandeep Amar, CEO …

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This gadget turns your air guitar into actual music – Boing Boing

The AirJamz Bluetooth Air Pick & Music Toy creates music out of thin air—literally. It looks like a big, electronic guitar pick, but the accompanying iOS/Android app packs over 100 instruments and sounds. All you have to do is connect to your device via Bluetooth, pick a song, and get …

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