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cool tech November 27, 2014 posted by

Dry Mud Jeans – rent your jeans, recycle them when done and help conserve your planet’s resources

Denim jeans are a huge business around the world, but the one thing we kind of ignore is what happens to all that lovely cotton when we’re done with it? Landfill? Well now there’s a really innovative alternative which promises to change the way we approach the use of fashion and clothing in general.


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Dry Mud Jeans – rent your jeans, recycle them when done and help conserve your planet’s resources
cool tech November 17, 2014 posted by

Roost Smart Battery – transform your old smoke detector with Wi-Fi and smartphone tech

Back when I lived in an apartment, I was once awoken at 4 AM by the smell of smoke. Two minutes later, the source of the smell was pouring through my vents and filling the room. I packed up two kids and two cats in record time while calling the fire department. You know how many of my smoke detectors went off? Zero. The batteries were all dead. The Roost Smart Battery is a device that aims to stop this…


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Roost Smart Battery – transform your old smoke detector with Wi-Fi and smartphone tech
cool tech November 12, 2014 posted by

Perfect Bake – app controlled smart baking guarantees perfect results, impress the in-laws

We’re rapidly approaching the season of good will, cheer and massive amounts of baked goods. Which is awesome if you’re an eater, but not so good if you’re a cook, especially one who’s a little unsure in the kitchen. But now you can relax, because technology has got your back, to help you bake perfect results every time.


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Perfect Bake – app controlled smart baking guarantees perfect results, impress the in-laws
cool tech November 7, 2014 posted by

Equil Smartpen 2 – instantly convert your squiggles and notes into digital format

Wouldn’t it be great if you could write, draw or create something with a pen on plain paper, and it would instantly transfer to your phone or tablet in digital form, so you could send it by email, share it or edit it on a computer program? Well now you can with the new power of ‘smart pens’.  The Equil Smartpen 2, for instance, bridges the gap between the physical world and the digital one and lets you digitize your…


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Equil Smartpen 2 – instantly convert your squiggles and notes into digital format
cool tech November 7, 2014 posted by

Equil Smartpen 2 – instantly convert your squiggles and notes into digital format

Wouldn’t it be great if you could write, draw or create something with a pen on plain paper, and it would instantly transfer to your phone or tablet in digital form, so you could send it by email, share it or edit it on a computer program? Well now you can with the new power of ‘smart pens’.  The Equil Smartpen 2, for instance, bridges the gap between the physical world and the digital one and lets you digitize your…


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Equil Smartpen 2 – instantly convert your squiggles and notes into digital format
Awesome November 6, 2014 posted by

Quantum Of The Seas – we take a trip on the mind blowing new $1 billion mega ship, probably the best cruise liner ever built [Review]

Last week we were given an unprecedented opportunity to travel out with the incredible new Quantum Of The Seas cruise liner as part of its pre-inaugural shake-down cruise from Southampton port. For the uninitiated, the Quantum is the most technology packed cruise ship ever to sail the seven seas – billed as the world’s first ‘Smart Ship‘ – and comes with a suitably impressive price tag of near on a billion dollars. Give or take.


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Quantum Of The Seas – we take a trip on the mind blowing new $1 billion mega ship, probably the best cruise liner ever built [Review]
cool tech October 31, 2014 posted by

Etree – the tree that gives Wi-Fi instead of oxygen

There’s a meme going around that says something to the effect of, “If trees gave off Wi-Fi people would be more interested in saving them” which is crazy because we still need them for oxygen, another important life sustaining substance. With the Etree, you could actually get Wi-Fi as well as a host of other benefits, but not oxygen.


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Etree – the tree that gives Wi-Fi instead of oxygen
cool tech October 29, 2014 posted by

BOTTA Uno 24 Neo – keeping track of the day, one slow, lazy hour at a time

We’re all too hung up on time. It’s a fact. We’ve tied ourselves up into so many tiny knots over time-keeping that we’re constantly struggling to meet all these mythical deadlines, and it’s doing our heads in. Who cares if we’re 4 minutes late here, or 7 minutes early there? Does it really matter? I’m pretty sure it doesn’t, which is why I’m loving this new innovative way of looking at time.


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BOTTA Uno 24 Neo – keeping track of the day, one slow, lazy hour at a time
cool tech October 29, 2014 posted by

GSatMicro – the smallest Iridium tracker in the world will monitor you anywhere on the planet

There are tracking systems and then there are tracking systems. Almost all GPS tracking systems rely on either storing their data on an on-board memory card or use GSM cell phone networks to transmit their location to a home base. Which is fine unless you happen to be out at sea, or in the middle of a jungle where there are no phone towers or signal. Which is where this tiny new product can really deliver.


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GSatMicro – the smallest Iridium tracker in the world will monitor you anywhere on the planet
cool tech October 27, 2014 posted by

Pi-Top – build your own ultra cool laptop in just 1, 2, 3…

The Raspberry Pi is one of the most versatile computers with the cutest name, and people are using the ultra low price device to make all sorts of cool stuff, including tiny robots and other unusual things. Something about this tiny little guy just breeds innovation. But if you’re only a casual user of technology trying to break into more advanced electronics, it can all seem a bit intimidating. Enter the Pi-Top, a DIY laptop based around the Raspberry Pi.


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Pi-Top – build your own ultra cool laptop in just 1, 2, 3…
cool tech October 22, 2014 posted by

Tzukuri – the first sunglasses which you can’t lose

Almost everyone has had that moment when they’ve managed to leave behind a perfect pair of sunglasses. On a chair, table, bus, taxi, club or grassy knoll. Sunglasses never ever seem to break, they just disappear. As if their time with you is over and they’re on to brighter horizons. We think it’s some kind of a conspiracy with odd socks, but that’s probably a story best left to another time. It’s more likely you just forgot them in a…


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Tzukuri – the first sunglasses which you can’t lose
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