Track your bike with these cleverly hidden devices

It’s pretty amazing how terrible bicycle security is at the moment. A bike can be stolen within minutes and once it is it’s gone forever. Bike Hawk will help you fight back.
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Easily Create an App for your Arduino Project with Blynk

You might be able to cobble together a basic smartphone app for your Arduino project with Phonegap. But if you don’t have the knowhow or patience you’re about to have another option.
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Wireless Finger Gestures with ‘Ring’

“Ring” is probably one of the coolest gadgets at CES at the moment, and surprisingly not a concept. The ring can detect the tiniest finger movements, allowing the user to draw gestures in the air to trigger specific tasks through their phone.
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Project time onto the ceiling with your phone’s flash

Turning a light on to look at the time is a skill some people simply don’t possess. Even if you do fumble onto that pesky light switch awakening angry spouses isn’t worth the bother. Thank god someone has solved this very real problem. Clockety is a little clip on projector which fits onto your iPhone and casts the time on the ceiling.
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Merge Networks to Boost Internet Speeds

Netup is an app designed to combine cellular, bluetooth and wifi networks to provide faster and cheaper internet to devices.
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Startup Creates Smart Wallet

Now that low energy bluetooth modules are so small and cheap you might as well stick them wherever you can. Smart wallet Woolet is one of those things.
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Spice up your LED glove dance with Kinetic

Gloving is a kind of finger light dance that came about with Rave culture. LEDs are slipped into the fingertips of gloves and let the wearer create amazing shapes in the dark. Glove lovers from Santa Cruz, California have spent the best part of a year developing their own and are ready to produce and distribute.
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Hackable Robot Tank Powered by a Raspberry Pi

PiPanther Robot is the ideal Christmas present for big kids. The tank is powered by a Raspberry Pi and is build for modding.
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Gift pints to friends with One From Me

London pubs have become labs in recent years for startups attempting to revolutionise the way they work. You have to admit that there’s opportunity there, with every pub overflowing most of the week. Apps like Orderella want to let you “beat the queue” with their drink ordering app. One From Me has gone down a different road – drink gifting.
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Control any appliance with your smartphone

A team of scientists, engineers and designers have launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the mass production of their web enabled plugs to bring any appliance into the domain of Internet of Things.
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