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  1. Android News

    Crowdfunding campaign from BauBax offers clothes that can wirelessly charge your devices

    BauBax hopes to successfully crowdfund enough revenue to officially launch their line of what they're calling smart clothes. The line includes jackets, pants, wallets, and accessories that are capable of charging any Qi-compatible smartphones, tablets, or smartwatches.
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    Solos is a pair of smart glasses that the US Olympic cycling team is training with

    Solos will likely remind you of Google Glass since it gives you a HUD via a pair of glasses that you wear. This product is aimed at cyclists though and the company has been working with the US Olympic cycling team to perfect the software and hardware experience. You can pre-order your pair...
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    Pocket Tripod is back on Kickstarter with a universal version that fits Android devices

    The original Pocket Tripod was launched on Kickstarter back in 2013 and it was funded successfully, but was only for iPhones. This time, they've come up with multiple sizes for the notches and this means we it can hold Android devices and even smartphones that stay in a case all the time.
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    PayPal will no longer offer Purchase Protection on items purchased on crowdfunding websites

    There's some inherent risk when it comes to investing in crowdfunded projects on Indiegogo and Kickstarter. Until now, PayPal has offered its Purchase Protection service to those buying products on these types of websites but that is no longer the case. The company has just updated their policy...
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    Ottm wants to make wooden bands for all kinds of smartwatches

    Ottm has recently launched a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo in hopes to create some unique wooden bands for a number of different smartwatches. Prices range from $25 to $50 for the early bird prices, but this will go up to $35 to $65 afterward. The company says they'll be making these from...