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I hope Apple’s iWatch looks nothing like this Nokia concept

The iWatch is one rumored device that I honestly think could be revolutionary. I firmly believe that it could be the first widely adopted wearable technology and could change the way we interact with our technology. If (when) Apple releases its iWatch, I will probably be at the front of the line to buy it (or the first online pre-order for the device). But…

GoPro app update adds ability to wirelessly transfer photos and videos

If you are the owner of a GoPro camera, listen up. The GoPro for iOS application has just been updated to 2.0, and brings with it some nice new features that social GoPro users are going to enjoy. One of the most notable features of the update, however, is the one that adds the ability to wirelessly transfer photos to your iOS device via your GoPro camera….

Yellow Jacket case for iPhone packs 650,000 volt stun gun

The Indiegogo-funded Yellow Jacket case has today been released for iPhone 4 and 4S. The Yellow Jacket is a fairly substantial 1-inch-thick case, available in white, black, pink and yellow (only in black on launch day). It’s not particularly nice to look at but provides a decent amount of protection. The Yellow Jacket’s USP is the 650,000 vault stun…

Pebble reaches 275,000 device preorders and 1 million app downloads

Pebble, the smartwatch that has been sweeping the tech world over the past year, has announced that over 275,000 devices have been preordered, and application downloads for the device have reached over 1 million. 85,000 of those 275k were backers on the Kickstarter project, which raised a record breaking $10 million on the crowd funding site. Over the next…

Charge your iPhone by spinning Voltmaker around like a mini helicopter

Have you ever been stranded without power, looking for a way to charge your mobile device? Say you are at home, and the power goes out…what do you do if you can’t charge your phone? Nothing, you are doomed unless you have an external battery/power pack of some sort. I’m actually surprised that the idea illustrated in the video above (however strange it…

Apple to repair devices rather than replace them?

As any of you who have broken an iDevice well know, sending a faulty iDevice to Apple for “repair” usually results in Apple simply replacing the device with a brand new one. For us customers, that’s awesome, because all our devices build up the usual catalogue of scuffs, scratches, wear and tear, getting a brand new iDevice, or refurbished equivalent,…