Samsung Goes the Way of the Curved Screen With Galaxy Round

Curved displays are gaining traction, and Samsung apparently in a hurry to enter the curved display arena has come up with the “creatively named” Galaxy Round. The new phone is basically a Galaxy Note 3 with a curved screen. Round’s screen isn’t truly flexible except the curved shape it is stuck in, which sports a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display.

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Brewbot is a Total Bro-bot, Makes Beer With Help of Your Smartphone

The continuously expanding portfolio of smartphones has a new skill added, that of brewing beer. Brewing is not an easy job, by any definition of the word. While professionals manage all the intricacies in breweries, home brewers have to spend a lot more time and care to get their beer ready. Brewbot is now making an entry into the arena, and works like a total bro to get your beer ready for you.

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Prepare Yourself For Winter With Touchscreen Gloves

Winter is approaching fast, and with it the trouble of operating the phones we carry. Touchscreens don’t really work with gloves, and exposing hands to the biting cold nearly every time we have to use the phone is big trouble. That is where solutions like these gloves come in handy. They work just fine with touchscreens, and keep hands protected from the wrath of cold weather. The images you see here are from Mujjo, who offer touchscreen compatible gloves for $33.33, or more stylish leather gloves for $173.57. Of course, you could always find more options on Amazon.

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Sony Shows Brilliant ‘Lens Style Cameras’ Specifically Made to Work With Smartphones

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Sony’s new QX series Lens Style Cameras are brilliant. A good chunk of photographs come from the very capable smartphones almost everyone carries these days. In the same vein, cameras too have evolved into digital settings and many of their components overlap with those available in smartphones. Sony is putting the two in a union with the Lens Style Cameras. The QX Series are comparatively small cameras, almost smaller than several lenses available. But each of these is a full fledged camera with its own lens, sensors, processor, microSD storage, and the wifi capability that makes it all possible.

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Phone Battery Running Low? Piss On The Sucker

Phone batteries have a bad habit of dying when you need them the most. Presumably, researchers at two British Universities were so pissed by the bad habit of phone batteries, they decided to charge them up with pee. Bristol Robotics Laboratory, a collaboration between University of Bristol and University of the West of England to have micro-organisms feed on urine and release energy in the process.

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iMpulse is a Tiny Game Controller For Your Smartphone

Smartphones are big on gaming, and ever since people started playing games on them, they’ve been on the lookout for a controller for tactile feedback and somewhat easy gameplay. iMpulse belongs to the same category, a controller looking to find love with your gaming habit. It is fashioned something like an NES controller, connects to your smartphone via Bluetooth and gives you the familiar tactile controls in your hands.

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iPhone Periscope Lens

Get sneaky about what you are photographing by putting up this periscope over your phone lens. It has a magnetic ring that attaches to your phone camera lens, and take photographs of objects without directly having to look towards them. I can see the numerous good uses this can be put to, like photographing the hot girl at the side without making it obvious how creepy I am. I think she already knows that. Since it is just a sticky/magnet attaching lens combo, we guess you could use it with any camera phone. Costs $22.5.

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iPhone Addon Lets You Send Scent With Your Messages

ChatPerf Scentee addon for iPhones adds another dimension to texting, allowing users to send a scent to go along their messages. It’s use could of course be extended to situations where you receive notifications on your phone, or for reminders. The technology of course, is still growing and the palate of the device is extremely limited at the moment.

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