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[28 Jul]    The TouchPico Projector Turns Any Surface Into A Giant Android Touchscreen 

TouchPico Android ProjectorThe TouchPico projector is launching today on IndieGogo. Announced at this year’s CES, it’s about as powerful as a mid-range Android phone, and has a camera that sees when you draw on the surface it’s projecting on — it basically turns any surface into a giant tablet-like display. Read More

[28 Jul]    Case Remote Lets You Wirelessly Control Your DSLR Camera From A Phone 

Case Remote appHere’s a neat idea aiming to bridge the gap between older generation technology and today’s ubiquitous touchscreen smartphones. Case Remote is a wireless remote controller for DSLR cameras which links to an Android or iOS smartphone, allowing the camera kit to be controlled via a mobile app. Read More

[28 Jul]    Microsoft Is Back To Bashing Apple In Latest Advertisment 

Microsoft-Cortana-Build-2014-000In Microsoft’s latest TV spot, the company stacks its voice assistant against Apple’s. Spoiler: Microsoft’s wins. Read More

[28 Jul]    Amazon Launches A 3D Printing Store With Customizable Goods 

Screen Shot 2014-07-28 at 7.22.18 AMAmazon has launched a new store for 3D-printed goods, which include items that can be customized to change their size, color, material and even aspects of their design. The store covers a range of types of products, including jewelry, electronics, toys and games, home decor and kitchen supplies, and items are supplied by a number of partners including Mixee, Sculpteo and 3DLT. Amazon is… Read More

[25 Jul]    Amazon’s Bet On Exclusive Games To Make Its Fire Gadgets More Enticing 

To-Fu Fury Amazon Fire PhoneAmazon’s Fire Phone is out today, and while it’s got some interesting features that set it apart from your run-of-the-mill Android phone, it doesn’t seem like it will appeal to those who aren’t voracious online shoppers. Now Amazon is releasing games exclusive to its devices in order to draw in the lucrative gamer audience. Read More