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Fans of streaming content will enjoy a Google Chromecast. The affordable device plugs into TV HDMI ports and is able to stream media including YouTube videos, mobile games, and apps, as well as tap into sources including Netflix, Hulu, BBC iPlayer and other subscription services.

 Xreflect X-ray Vision Glasses …Powerful See Through Vision… Video camera Jammer. Protect you and your family’s privacy  in toilets, showers, spa, public dressing rooms, parties, hotel rooms, meeting rooms, office etc…  

Compatible with All GSM SIM card. Open the back cover. Sim card into the deck will automatically boot.boot light is 3 seconds. after the lights go off you can dial the sim card number. GSM voice/Audio…

Relieve Stress With An Outdoor Canopy Bed… This unique take on a hammock makes it easy to kick back after a tough day at work or when the stresses of the day wear on you. Take the time to relax in this easy to use canopy bed and enjoy its pleasant rocking motion. As…

Drone news at CES so far has been weird. GoPro announced it was done making drones completely after its Karma drone suffered technical issues that hampered sales. DJI introduced some rather awesome looking handheld stabilization systems for cameras and smartphones (called gimbals). And now Yuneec has introduced a trio of new drones that cater to curious pieces of the market.

Notion is a home intelligence system that was recently funded on Kickstarter that uses a small, smart, multi-function sensor to detect quite a significant number of things in your home: a water leak, when a door/cabinet opens and closes, temperature and sound. When any of these things are detected, Notion will send a message to your smartphone (works with both iOS and Android). For example, if you place a Notion on your front door, it can tell you if someone knocks, if the door is opened, or if it doesn’t get shut. Its potential uses are incredible. If you put it on, say a liquor cabinet, it can tell you when that cabinet is opened. It also has a temperature sensor and can tel you if your house is getting too hot or too cold when you’re away from home. It isn’t yet available, but it is expected to ship in July.

Issued in matching sets of two – one for the encoder and one for the decoder – these one-time pads were used to encode and decode agent communications. Individual sheets included a random key in the form of five-digit groups. “Once a sheet has been used to encode a message, it is torn off the pad and destroyed. If used as designed, encryption by (One-Time Pads) is virtually unbreakable,” according to the CIA.

You’ll love the Dango Tactical EDC Wallet as it really doesn’t look like any of the conventional wallets we know. The Dango comes with a very slim profile yet you’d be amazed at its ability to hold up to 12 different cards. Made of high carbon stainless steel the Dango is actually embedded with 10 different tools including a nail prier, saw, knife, hex tool, ruler, paracord tensioner, and a smartphone stand, among others. It also features a state-of-the-art RFID blocking technology that’s hell-bent on protecting your cards’ sensitive information. The Dango is a classic multitool wallet that keeps all of your secrets well-protected.

Ever sat at your desk at times and stared into the sky, wondering just how your life would have turned out if you had decided to join the army or police force? Perhaps you could be an undercover agent for the government by now, being suited up to the nines and yet carrying a false identity as you infiltrate one of the world’s most notorious gangs, gathering crucial intelligence along the way. Having a video or voice recorder on hand would certainly be useful, and Q-See knows this. Which is why all of you spy wannabes out there might be interested to pick up the $99.99 QPen DVR by Q-See.

These handy Wireless remote-controlled switches will enable you to hit the lights without getting out of bed. One remote control can memorize up to five outlets and turn them on or off. Virtually any appliance, light or device can be controlled with one of two remote controls. As a big bonus, you won’t have to worry about appliances sipping unnecessary amounts of energy on standby mode. You can operate the remotes from as far as feet away.

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Google Glass is gone. Into the void steps Amazon’s Alexa virtual assistant, hitching a ride aboard the Vuzix Blade smart glasses. Vuzix has embedded a camera, microphone and side-mounted touchpad in this chunky but pretty normal-looking pair of sunglasses, which takes phone calls and puts Alexa’s giant brain between your ears. 

TechRadar Phones Editor Gareth Beavis thinks the Samsung Galaxy S8 is the best phone on the market for a number of reasons, but primarily for its stunning display. Gareth says “it makes every other handset on the market look positively antiquated”.

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