Posts Tagged ‘Kickstarter’

Here’s how you can add Bluetooth wireless capability to almost any wired headphones or earbuds using BTunes adapter

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Want a iPhone 6s or iPhone 6 case with a built-in selfie stick? STIKBOX, now running as a Kickstarter project that has a £33,000 target, is a case that features a retractable selfie stick.

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New iPhone accessory adapter called PIECE brings wireless Dual-SIM capabilities to iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and even Android smartphones.

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A new Kickstarter project aims to take the advantages of the MagSafe charger and bring it to Lightning and micro-USB devices like the iPhone, iPad and Android Samsung Galaxy lineup.

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Kickstarter can be the home to some rather weird and, frankly, abysmal ideas, but sometimes there’s a little gem waiting to be discovered. One of those gems is the Cabin iPhone battery and charging system and, if we could be so bold, we’d have to say it’s pretty damn awesome.

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As technology enthusiasts, most of us are fascinated by the booting of operating systems on devices that the software mightn’t necessarily be familiar with. There’s a massive market for software products that facilitate, say, OS X on a PC and likewise, Windows on a Mac. Console OS, which seeks to bring a genuine Android experience to Intel-based machines, has announced its intention to bring the infrastructure to the Surface Pro line-up, including the Surface Pro 3.

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The evolution of the brilliant Pebble wrist wear has been nothing short of remarkable since its hugely successful Kickstarter campaign. Companies like LG and Samsung have also taken the time to try and take advantage of the flourishing industry by showing off their own products before the much-speculated “iWatch” from Apple hits the shelves. These intelligent time pieces are all well and good, but can sometimes be a little bit overkill for the needs of some users. If that is the situation you find yourself in then the Glance Kickstarter campaign by Kiwi Wearables is definitely worth a look.

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Touch-screen phones are great, but sometimes there is just no substitute for a good old hardware solution. Being able to have a button that’s always available, and always does the same thing is not something that should be overlooked, and that’s why there are more than a few Kickstarter projects aiming to bring a little more physicality to our touch-based world.

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One of the ongoing battles we face as smartphone owners is in retaining enough power to keep us going throughout an entire day, and for mobile users – particularly those on iPhone – there are quite literally hundreds of products out there that can help to keep our devices sufficiently juiced up. But a new Kickstarter campaign offers a solution quite unique to our eye, with a lightweight frame enveloping the device to support the clip-on, modular battery pack.

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For most Android owners, transferring data the old-fashioned way is fairly easy. The majority of devices are equipped with microSD card slots, and data can easily be moved to and from a smartphone or tablet. iPhone users don’t have this luxury, but we have, in recent times, seen a marked increase in the number of removable storage peripherals available from third parties. Now Hyper – a revered maker of iAccessories – has come through with the iStick, a MFi (Made for iPhone) gadget that features in-built USB and Lightning connectors.

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Panoramic, 360-degree photo and video has become increasingly popular as both the hardware and software of our mobile devices has continued to evolve, and although it’s still rather difficult to perfectly capture the moment from all angles, many of us continue to enjoy the process of creating these kinds of images and clips. Now, though, a new product by the name of the CENTR Panoramic Video Camera, developed by ex-iPhone engineers, has sought to take this segment of the point-and-shoot market to the next level, having just thrown up a Kickstarter campaign for the compact, feature-rich gadget that touts a high-quality 360-degree video experience.

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The beauty of Kickstarter is that it makes it possible for people to launch products that would normally never see the light of day. In the technology arena especially, we’ve seen all kinds of awesome and not-so-awesome things come out of the crowd-sourcing funding machine that is Kickstarter. We’re not really sure which side of that fence we’re going to put the SlatePro desk just yet, but it sure looks nice.

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