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Open Bionics partners with NHS for a feasibility study to bring bionic hands to the U.K. health system

Open Bionics is a U.K. startup making bionic hands for patients needing prosthetics and co-founder of the company Samantha Payne came onstage today at TechCrunch Disrupt London to tell us about a new deal between Open Bionics and the National Health Service (NHS) to bring new technologies to amputees. 383 more words


"LG-V20" - THE NEXT BIG THING in Smartphone World.

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#LGV20 is the latest offering under Mobile Phones Category from the house of LG and we must say that its such a welcome change from the likes of notes, iPhones, tabs, etc. 677 more words


RiftCat lets you play high-end 3D games on cheap VR headsets

VR systems like the HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift are really cool but also really expensive. That’s why RiftCat created a new app, … 203 more words


TomTom Curfer

I seem to spend a lot of my time in my car, on average just over 2 hours per day and drive around 60+ miles in that time. 1,640 more words



Scott Campbell is primarily known for his Williamsburg tattoo shop, Saved Tattoos, and its sister wine brand, Saved Wines. So it’s no surprise that the Saved Wines x Shinola Corkscrew features some “ink” of its own. 46 more words


Pebble on the verge?

The Pebble Time may become a collector’s item if rumours of a Pebble takeover bid by Fitbit comes to pass.

Fanning the reports is the utter silence in the Pebble campaign page on Kickstarter. 67 more words


The clever, absurd RokBlok rides your vinyl's grooves like a hipster race car

Sometimes you see a gadget and think simultaneously, “that’s insanely clever,” but also just “that’s insane.” The RokBlok was one of those situations for me: Who but a mad genius would have thought of a record player that propels itself along the groove like a little remote control car? 524 more words