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Review: The keyless, combo-less Quicklock Bluetooth padlock

By - March 22, 2015 4 Pictures
The first time we ever heard about a padlock that can be unlocked by Bluetooth instead of a key or combination, it was the Noke by FŪZ Designs. While it won't be shipping until this June, however, SafeTech Products' similar Quicklock will begin doing so next week – reportedly becoming the world's first Bluetooth padlock to actually reach consumers. We recently had the chance to try out an engineering sample unit. Read More
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Cimagine brings its markerless augmented reality shopping platform to the masses

By - March 12, 2015 5 Pictures
Cimagine's markerless augmented reality platform has matured significantly in the last year, with the company recently partnering with Shop Direct – the UK's fourth-largest online retailer – to bring its solution directly to the consumer. We got a chance to catch up with the company at the Augmented Reality/Wearable Technology Show in London this week. Read More
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Cinder Sensor Cooker: Sous vide cooking without the bags or water

By - March 8, 2015 24 Pictures
With its ability to cook foods with precision, sous vide has caused a minor kitchen revolution in recent years, but its reliance on water baths and vacuum bags, plus the need to sear some foods after cooking still makes it daunting for the busy or inexperienced home chef. The Cinder Sensing Cooker, developed by San Francisco-based startup Cinder, aims to make cooking a bit easier by combining the precision of sous vide with the simplicity of a countertop grill. Read More
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BodyBrew takes the heat out of brewing for coffee aficionados

By - March 6, 2015 7 Pictures
Coffee is one of the most popular beverages in the world, loved for its flavor as well as the energy boost from caffeine. Most people hot brew coffee, but it is also possible to brew it with cold water, which is the concept behind BodyBrew’s the Bod. The unit is aimed at coffee aficionados who don’t mind the slow process it involves to get the perfect coffee extract. It is also claimed to be healthier and taste better. Read More

Rolling World Clock hops between time zones with a simple nudge

A smartphone app, an internet search or even some quick calculations are all effective enough ways of working out the time in other locations around the world, but perhaps aren't as elegant as the World Clock from Korean design firm Elevenplus. This stylish timepiece can quickly show you the time in 24 different time zones, needing only a little push in the right direction. Read More
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