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The Survivor + Catalyst case for iPhone 5 is designed to withstand a 6.6 ft drop and is wa...

Griffin's Survivor + Catalyst is a waterproof, shockproof case for iPhone 5 that's billed as being "functional enough to use every day." So does it live up to these expectations? We headed into the great outdoors to find out.  Read More

The US$199 Wello health monitoring iPhone case

Health monitoring start-up Azoi has announced the availability of a significant product in the form of the Wello, a lightweight smartphone case embedded with sensors that measures blood pressure, electrocardiography (ECG), heart rate, blood oxygen, temperature, and lung functions to a high level of accuracy. With such functionality, the Wello has the potential to become a disruptive technology, enabling people in developed countries to track all their key vital health data, and make more informed lifestyle choices. In developing countries where the healthcare system is poor or non-existent, it has the potential to facilitate much more. Gizmag speaks with Hamish Patel, founder and CEO of Azoi.  Read More

A complete view of the SenseCover from Moshi

Flip cases are nice in that they offer a lot of protection, but they make it more difficult to access the phone. Moshi is aiming to rectify this problem with the introduction of its SenseCover case, which features a touch-sensitive strip that allows users to answer calls without having to flip the case open.  Read More

The Mipwr Dynamo is an iPhone case with a hidden lever that can be pressed down repeatedly...

There are already a number of gadgets available that are powered through good old-fashioned mechanical energy, but those usually involve cranks that can be uncomfortable to use and bulky to carry around. Mipwr Dynamo represents a different approach: it's an iPhone case with a hidden lever that can be pressed down repeatedly to charge the battery, but is still slim enough to fit in your pocket.  Read More

The IN1 iPhone case comes in a range of colors to suit all tastes

Some people wouldn't leave home without a Swiss Army knife boasting an impressive array of tools. However, with the IN1 iPhone case they could perhaps ditch their multi-tool of choice and just make sure to keep their smartphone close at hand at all times.  Read More

Ebay embraces 3D priting with its Ebay Exact app

Ebay has teamed up with a host of 3D printing specialists to launch an iOS app named ebay Exact which lets users customize iPhone cases, jewelry and other odds and ends.  Read More

The TurtleCell iPhone case features retractable earbuds so you always have a tangle-free s...

Most people never forget their smartphone when they leave the house, but an accompanying set of earbuds can be a different story. Unfortunately, even when people do remember to bring them along, the cords tend to end up a twisted bundle at the bottom of their pocket or bag. A pair of designers may have a simple solution however with the TurtleCell iPhone case, which features retractable earbuds so you always have a tangle-free set of headphones handy.  Read More

During CE Week, Outdoor Tech announced a range of rugged products, including the touch-con...

As the name suggests, Outdoor Tech makes rugged gear that lets people use their gadgets in somewhat harsh environments, and the new products it brought to CE Week are no exception. While the Buckshot wireless speaker and the Safe 5 waterproof iPhone case are sure to appeal to the active gadget enthusiast, the limelight belongs to the company's touch-controlled Privates headphones.  Read More

One of the customizable skull case designs

French startup Sculpteo is showcasing its customizable 3D-printed iPhone cases at CES in Las Vegas this week. While 3D printing and iPhone cases have met before, the hook here is that by browsing the company's website or downloading a free app, users can customize one of the predefined templates or create their own designs from scratch.  Read More

Two iPhone gaming cases are battling for your funding on Kickstarter

In just a few short years, mobile gaming has evolved from Doodle Jump to Game of the Year The Walking Dead. But one potential obstacle remains: touch screen controls. Many control pad accessories (like iControlPad and iCade) already exist, but they require you to lug around an extra accessory. Two current Kickstarter projects want to solve that problem with iPhone control pads that double as cases.  Read More

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