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iBerry Auxus Beast – Invincible smartphone loaded with imposing hardware

iBerry Auxus Beast smartphone

iBerry Auxus Beast smartphone

iBerry, the Hong Kong based leading manufacturer of electronics that has its claws spread to various locations across the globe is now all set to get its foothold in the smartphone market. With the announcement of iBerry Auxus Beast, a smartphone tailored for the Indian market and perhaps any other location in the world. Its thumping specs have impressed us to the core and the video given below shows its built strength as it goes through a hell lot of hammering, and emerges unphased by all of it.
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Merge VR Goggles promise immersive gaming using your smartphone’s display

Merge VR Goggles

Merge VR Goggles

Experiencing augmented reality with a VR headset is gaining popularity in current times, and even more so with the option of morphing your smartphone into a display for such kind of headsets. We have had LG come up with a Google Cardboard based VR headset and Samsung Gear VR that utilizes the Galaxy Note 4’s amazing display to the fullest. Young entrepreneurs at San Antonio-based Merge Virtual Reality are longing to do the same, with the controversial iPhone 6 Plus and other major Android-powered smartphones. Infact, the VR Goggles are compatible with most Android and iOS smartphones, and already there is a 360-degree video and VR apps on Apple App Store and Google Play. Read More…

Take out your frustration on this Strong Enter Key!

Village Vanguard Strong Enter Key

Being a blogger sometimes can be really frustrating when you just can’t seem to hit the right rhythm. And most of the times, this frustration is taken out on the good old Enter key. You hit the key really hard to satisfy your guts and tend to get some mental satisfaction. Japanese company Village Vanguard has their own version of releasing this frustration, not on the key on your keyboard, but a colossal Enter key that when hit with force won’t get damaged. Plus, it will be a good way to release your tension.
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Gesture-controlled robot that follows your hand movement

FiFi gesture controlled robot

People from the Far East have a very good bend towards robotics and this time around it is a gesture-controlled robot. Meet FiFi, an assistance robot developed by Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) that is controlled simply by gestures. Designed to assist people at airports, factories and other locations where carrying a load can be a big hassle, this robotic assistant comes really handy.
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Panasonic HX-A1 action camcorder records in pitch dark conditions

Panasonic HX-A1 action camera

Panasonic HX-A1 action camera

The rage for action cameras is ever growing in this adventure crazy world, where every moment is a special one, and needs to be captured preemptively. Joining the bandwagon of exponentially growing action camera market is Panasonic HX-A1 wearable POV action camcorder that is compact and light-weight. It is light-weight weighing in at just 45 grams and made from durable, robust structure that protects from dust and water. This makes it ideal for extreme outdoor activities like rafting, skiing or snowboarding.
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Lego PC case mod with all buttons hidden tactically

Lego Mod PC case mod

We have a strong affinity for PC case mods, and in our back-to-back lineup of some incredible PC case mods is the Lego Mod v3 by [Aribarambo]. As the name suggests, this PC case mod is made from Lego bricks, and intended for daily use. It has all the buttons and switches placed very cleverly, some even disguised as pressable Lego bricks.

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Harley Davidson PC case mod breaks all hotness barriers

Micle Proud of Blood PC case mod

This has to be one of the most unbelievable PC case mod that we have seen thus far. The sweeping curves and the customary Harley Davidson legacy draped all over it, the PC case mod by Micle is simply out of this world. One look at it and you’ll want to own it no matter what. Such is the kind of exuberance it has. Micle likes to call it “Proud of Blood”, maybe inspired from Diablo, but it looks nothing like that. In-fact it looks like a Harley V2 engine in its prime, and replicated in this PC case to perfection. Everything on the outside looks like being carved to the last detail, be it the tank cover, spoiler or pipes. The PC case mod is the work of Micle co-founder and well-known domestic modder Wei Zheng.
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Dirt cheap Actionproof Bumper case for Apple Watch is bliss

Actionproof Bumper case for Apple Watch

Apple Watch is up for pre-order now, and your elite smartwatch is going to go through chalk and cheese once you sport in on your wrist. Just like your smartphone or tablet, a smartwatch also needs protection form wear and tear so that it’s outer skeletal is not damaged. Hence comes the need for a bumper case, and Actionproof is the first in its league to understand that prerequisite. Slated as the first ever bumper case for a smartwatch, the Actionproof Bumper Case for eye-candy Apple Watch will provide premium protection to your wearable.
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Your smartphone can detect a major earthquake, making tremors more predictable

Smartphone Earthquake Early Warning System

Natural disasters like Earthquakes can have a significant damage to life and property, as was demonstrated by the magnitude 9 earthquake that shook Tohoku-oki, Japan in 2011. Earthquake Early Warning (EEW) systems play a pivotal role in minimizing damage to life and property by issuing distress warning, so that one can get those few extra minutes to escape before damage is incurred. But not all countries or regions can afford these costly scientific-grade EEW’s, so scientists had to come up with an alternative. A study published on April 10 in the inaugural volume of AAAS journal Science Advances, led by scientists at the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) provides enough evidence that smartphones could be that alternative for providing earthquake early warning system.
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