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Lumawake – The First SMART Dock for All iPhones

iLike This…. anybody want to get me a gift??? lol

Lumawake is the first SMART dock for all iPhones. It’s packed with its own processor, passive infrared motion sensors, multi-color LEDs and comes with a free app in order to streamline the user experience. Lumawake features a swiveling connector & back support which “were engineered to fit any case, from thick to thin or none at all.”

Lumawake is out-of-the-box ready to sync with your SMART home and/or home devices. If you don’t have many SMART products in your home you may not see the big deal, but if you do, Lumawake might be worth your while.

Lightning support for iPhone 5 and the 5th Generation iPod Touch is achieved through swappable modules making upgrades painless.

Head on over to the official website for more information and to pre-order your Lumawake now.

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New iMac Available on November 30 #apple #imac

iDef want this.. hint hint anybody!!!

Apple has announced that the latest iMac will be available starting November 30th. The new 21.5″-iMac features faster processors, a brilliant display, and a new storage option called Fusion Drive.
Available in 3 different models, the new iMac starts at a suggested retail price of $1,299 and can be picked up directly from Apple’s online store. They start shipping in December, just in time for the holidays.

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Nintendo Wii U review


Nintendo’s new console is an anomaly in the game console ecosystem, but not for Nintendo. The company that — in just the last decade — popularized stylus-powered gaming, microphone-powered gaming and motion-based gaming, is once again pushing game control inputs forward. And just like its previous consoles, lessons learned from past hardware build the foundation of its latest effort: the Wii U and its bizarre-looking, but conventionally named, “GamePad.”

The Wii U console itself, for instance, looks almost exactly like the original Wii. It’s longer (10.6 inches vs. 8.5 inches for the Wii), a bit rounder on the edges, and there’s an HDMI port out back, but overall it’s quite similar to its squatter predecessor. It’s enough that you’d get the two confused if they were sitting in the same entertainment center. Naturally, the beefed-up internals and Wii backwards compatibility mean you’ll likely be replacing the ol’ virtual tennis machine should you choose to pick one up.

Of course, the GamePad is the real star of the show here, bolstered by Nintendo’s ambitious “TVii” experiment. Everyone’s favorite Italian plumber looks super in HD, no doubt, but how software employs the multifaceted touchscreen tablet / traditional game controller hybrid is what really matters. So, how does the Wii U fare? Find out below.


via Engadget

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Mojo Hi5 Powerbank Case for iPhone 5 #iphone5

iLike.. i think im going to wait & see what the mophie juice pack looks like for the iphone5

About time…there are not to many cases for the iphone5 Especially with a extra battery capabilities!!! But here’s the new Mojo Hi5 Powerbank Case by ibattz. iLike that the case is slim, made of aluminium and detachable, as most do not need it at all times.Inspired by iPhone 5 minimalist design, ibattz created the thinnest possible power bank with a top grade aluminium unibody enclosure that can be attached to the back of the iPhone 5 effortlessly. With the first class finishing and form factor, Hi5 snaps on beautifully, complementing the great looking and gorgeous iPhone 5. The built-in 2500 mAh battery power easily doubles your mobile usage, leaving you some extra for emergencies.”


You can buy this case now–> RIGHT HERE

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Why Facebook’s about to slow down (and that’s probably good) #facebook


(CNN) — Bad news: Your Facebook page is likely about to slow down. Good news: The change will help keep online thieves away.
According to a recent blog post, Facebook is in the process of moving all of its users in North America — and soon the rest of the world — to a type of Internet connection that is more secure but also tends to slow down Web browsing a bit.
Called HTTPS, as opposed to less-secure HTTP, it’s the connection you see on online retail sites when you’re about to enter credit card information or a password. Sometimes a little lock icon appears in the browser window when you’re connected to a site with HTTPS. (The “s,” by the way, stands for “secure.”)
“As the Web evolves, expectations around security change,” Facebook’s Alex Rice wrote last year when he announced that HTTPS would become an option on Facebook. “For example, HTTPS — once a technology used primarily on banking and e-commerce sites — is now becoming the norm for any Web app that stores user information.”
The new change is that Facebook is starting make HTTPS the default setting for all its 1 billion-plus users, so people who haven’t selected that option soon will get added security — and, potentially, slower browsing.
“People will be able to opt-out of HTTPS for maximum speed if that’s how they roll,” according to the blog TechCrunch.
“It is far from a simple task to build out this capability for the more than a billion people that use the site and retain the stability and speed we expect,” Facebook’s Frederic Wolens told that tech news site, “but we are making progress daily towards this end.
“This may slow down connections only slightly, but we have deployed significant performance enhancements to our load balancing infrastructure to mitigate most of the impact of moving to HTTPS, and will be continuing this work as we deploy this feature.”
How will you know whether you’re using HTTPS or HTTP? Look at the top of your browser window, where you enter Internet addresses. If you go to Facebook and see https://facebook.com in that box, then you’re browsing on the more-secure connection, which scrambles data as it sends it back and forth to Facebook’s servers, making it more difficult for someone in the middle to nab your passwords or other sensitive data.
“Think of it like this: you’re having a private conversation with your new boyfriend or girlfriend, and your ex — unbeknownst to you — is a few tables over listening to every word,” the blog Lifehacker writes in a post titled “WTF is HTTPS.” “That’s the sort of risk HTTP poses, whereas HTTPS would be more like if you and your new romantic interest were speaking a new language that only the two of you understood. To your stalker of an ex, this information would sound like gibberish and s/he wouldn’t get any value from listening if s/he tried.
“HTTPS is a way for you to exchange information with a web site securely so you don’t have to worry about anyone trying to listen in.”
Other online services, including Gmail, already use HTTPS by default.

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ORA Audio-The Ultimate Sound System for the iPad #ORA Audio #ipad #UltimateSound

This nice they should make a iphone case!!!


ORA Audio delivers truly immersive sound for your iPad. The quality sound your iPad deserves in a beautifully crafted, go-anywhere design. ORA has eight tuned, front-facing speakers surrounding the screen, turning your iPad into a portable entertainment system that reportedly is five-times the sound volume as your iPad alone.

Go to ORA Kickstarter page for more information and to back the project.

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Memoto Lifelogging Camera

iLike..i thought is was pretty cool!!! what ya’ll think?? if u like u can pre oder at http://www.memoto.com

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