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world's first Stories April 27, 2015

Last week we featured a couple of smart devices to help keep the items in your kitchen automatically replenished, including these tiny iOS connected Droplet buttons and this hybrid smartcan. While the GeniCan isn’t going to help keep your floors clean at the same time, it can certainly make any one of your regular trashcans a whole lot smarter.

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world's first Stories April 24, 2015

Next up on the road to making absolutely everything in our lives connected: the trash can. Dubbed “the world’s first smartcan,” the Bruno trash can comes with all the usual suspects in tow, including reminders, notifications and one-touch ordering directly on your smartphone. But the intelligent receptacle can also help keep your floors clean as well.

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world's first Stories March 11, 2015

In an attempt to improve the mouse, Serafim is utiziling Kickstarter to create a new projection-centric design that puts many of the multi-touch controls that Apple users are familiar with directly onto a surface. We have already seen projection keyboard solutions of varying size and price points, but the ODiN Aurora claims to be the “world’s first projection mouse“.

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world's first Stories December 31, 2014

Prior to CES 2015 in January, LG has announced four new additions to its line of desktop displays with an emphasis on different needs for gamers, video editors and other professionals. The most intriguing to us is the LG34UC97 which brings a curve to a 21:9 UltraWide display. We’ve discussed Samsung’s upcoming curved widescreen offering and have advocated in favor of LG’s UltraWide display, so we expect this to be a nice marriage.

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world's first Stories October 29, 2014

There are a number of companies trying to give GoPro a run for its money in the action cam space, including Garmin and even Polaroid with its mini casual offering. With GoPro now offering cams that shoot 4K and even one in the sub $150 range, competitors are going to have to start getting more creative. Previously unveiled and now available for purchase, the new 360 degree Kodak action cam is looking to do just that…

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