Uno Noteband is the world’s first wearable with Spritz platform

Uno Noteband

Uno Noteband: world’s first Spritz wearable

Uno, a Seattle-based company is all set to launch a wearable wristband that is not like any other wristband on the market. Called Uno Noteband, it is the world’s first wearable that uses Spritz, a platform that makes reading experience more focused and efficient. The newly set up company is started by Mark Long, former Meteor Entertainment CEO and one of the biggest names in the video games business. According to him, taking smartphones from our pockets and bags consumes a lot of our precious time. That’s why he has created Uno Noteband which will keep you connected to the world and your attention will stay where it’s needed: here and now.

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Wearable gadget that numbs pain without any invasive methods

NeuroMetrix Quell wearable gadget

NeuroMetrix has announced that at CES 2015 they will release Quell, a wearable pain relief device which is similar to the Unilife Injectors in a way. This wearable gadget will neutralize chronic pain without any non-invasive methods courtesy the neurostimulation technology. NeuroMetrix can be worn without any discomfort during the day and night time too making it a very feasible method to track the pain therapy being employed for any particular ailment.
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Italjet unveils vintage looking Ascot electric bike at Italian bike show

Ascot electric bike from Italjet

Ascot electric bike from Italjet

Italjet, Italian manufacturer of two-wheelers founded in 1959 is well known for building motorcycles and thermal scooters. However, from past couple of years the company has shifted its focus to the creation of electric bike models. Currently, the Italian brand offers three models of electric bikes: Diablo, Savana and Eagle which are also exported to 50 other countries. Now again, Italjet has come up with a new model named Ascot, which was unveiled at Italian bike show EICMA in Milan few days back. Designed in collaboration with New Yorkers Spalding & Bros, the Ascot electric bike comes fitted with a Brooks saddle.

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SYPNATIQ – Wearable concept car that morphs into three different forms

Infiniti enters "SYNAPTIQ" in 11th Annual Los Angeles Auto Show

For this year’s LA Auto Show Design Challenge based on the theme “Sensing the Future: How will Cars Interact with us in 2029?” one entry that outshined is the humanoid pod by Infiniti Design called SYNAPTIQ. This HMI (Human-machine interface) concept for the year 2029 can morph into three different vehicles: F1 like circuit racing car, buggy styled off-roading vehicle and a flying jet!

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Protect your iPhone 6 from water, dirt, snow and shock with LifeProof fre case

LifeProof fre case for iPhone 6

Are you afraid of taking your iPhone 6 to an adventurous trip or a sports meet due to safety issues? Well, not anymore as a LifeProof case offering four-proof protection for your iPhone 6 is here. Manufacturer of protective and stylish cases for smartphones and tablets, San Diego-based LifeProof designs have come up with new iPhone 6 case. Called the LifeProof fre, it will offer super protection to your smartphone from water, dirt, snow and shock. The case is waterproof to accidental spills and splashes and is submersible to 2 meters for one hour. It also exceeds U.S. military standards for shock and impact protection and can survive drops from up to 2 meters.
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Mix and style your wristwatch in style with 3D printed Tenvas IO watches

3D printed Tenvas IO watches

3D printed Tenvas IO watches

The smartwatches that we have seen so far have plethora of options to change the watch faces, but the same cannot be said about their evolutionary cousins, the good old mechanical wrist watches. Finally, we have a 3D printed wrist watches that has innumerable options when it comes to matching your style quotient to the look of a watch. Tenvas IO wrist watches make good use of 3D printing technology to facilitate customization which is well worth giving a try.
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EYECAN+: Samsung introduces eye mouse for disabled people

EYECAN+ eye mouse by Samsung Electronics

Samsung Electronics have introduced its second generation eye mouse that will help the people with disabilities scroll, compose and edit documents as well as browse the web with simple eye movement. Called EYECAN+, the project uses a sensor that sits below a computer monitor and operates by wirelessly calibrating with the user’s eye movements. First of its kind, the eye mouse works without any external wearable device such as glasses or a headwear. The user should be between 60cm and 70cm from the monitor in order for EYECAN+ to work. The user need not be in any specific position, thus it can be used while lying down or seating up.
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Bulova launches world’s first pure 24-karat gold timepiece

Joseph Bulova Collection First Edition 24-Karat Gold Timepiece

Bulova Corporation, New York-based Watch Company has unveiled world’s first watch with a case made from 24-karat pure gold. Created by Bulova Accu•Swiss brand, the special edition watch is the first edition in the Joseph Bulova Collection made by the company. Representing the Swiss watchmaking craftsmanship, it is the first edition 24-Karat gold timepiece in the Joseph Bulova Collection and has been recognized by WatchPro, as the 2014 “Innovative Watch of the Year.” Crafted with a sporty look in Switzerland, the 24-karat gold special edition watch has been assembled in a unique capsule form. Light and durable grade-5 titanium components has been used to secure the case, bezel and the case back together.
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Ditch your iPhone 6 for $600 to buy Blackberry Passport!

iPhone 6 exchange for Blackberry Passport

In a desperate move to win back a huge chunk of lost customers, Blackberry has initiated the Blackberry Passport Trade-Up Program which urges iPhone 6 users to trade their iPhone for their flagship smartphone, the Passport. This surprising initiative is going to be active from December 1, 2014 to February 13, 2015 in North America only. You can trade iPhone 4S, 5, 5S and 6 models for a cash amounting up to $400 USD plus additional $150 USD from Blackberry. However, that remains to be seen as there cash back will depend on the condition of your phone.
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Grillo Active – Earthquake early warning device for just $59

Grillo Active earthquake detection device

Natural disasters like earthquakes come without warning and leave behind irreparable damage. Early warning systems like SASMEX receivers cost over $300 which can be a costly affair for most of us. That is why an early warning system that costs just $59 is the thing most of us would want. Grillo Active is an early earthquake detection device designed by Andres Meira from Mexico which taps into the SASMEX frequencies and relays any alarm about earthquake that might be just about to strike.
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