AOL/Huffington Post has shut down Download Squad, induction charging your Apple wireless keyboard, tracking zebras by their natural "barcodes", a carbon fiber Bluetooth headset, and more!
AOL/Huffington Post has shut down Download Squad, induction charging your Apple wireless keyboard, tracking zebras by their natural "barcodes", a carbon fiber Bluetooth headset, and using the front-facing cameras on the iPhone and iPad to create a 3D display - no glasses required!
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In the wake of the AOL/Huffington Post merger, the popular blog Download Squad has been abruptly shut down.
Do you remember the Mobee Magic Charger, that keeps your Apple Magic Mouse induction charged so you never need to change batteries? Now they've got the Magic Bar, to keep your Apple wireless keyboard juiced up.
Tagging is often used to track animals in the wild. But if a species wears a barcode, why not use that for unique identification? StripeSpotter does that with zebras.
Bluetrek has announced what they say is the world's first carbon fiber Bluetooth headset.
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