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New 13.3″ LCD Screen Cover Lens For Macbook Pro Unibody

Mini DisplayPort DP to Mini Displayport Adapter Cable for Macbook 6FT

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Brand New Macbook Pro Unibody 17'' A1297 UK Keyboard
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Red Front Outer Screen Glass Lens For Samsung Galaxy S3 i9300 Tool Kit

EC1475 Matte Screen Protector Shield Film For Samsung GALAXY Note 3 Neo N7505

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Samsung Galaxy S III SCH-I535 - 16GB - Pebble Blue (Verizon) Cracked Screen
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Google Camera App Brings Lens Blur Background Defocus To Any KitKat Android Devices

IMG_0105 Google has a new standalone camera app available in the Google Play app store, and it can be installed on any smartphones or tablets running KitKat 4.4 or higher. The new app will also be rolling out to other devices in the future according to Google, so that might expand beyond just KitKat to those on other versions of Android. The app offers a 100 percent viewfinder to show you exactly what… Read More

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Google Camera App Brings Lens Blur Background Defocus To Any KitKat Android Devices

IMG_0105 Google has a new standalone camera app available in the Google Play app store, and it can be installed on any smartphones or tablets running KitKat 4.4 or higher. The new app will also be rolling out to other devices in the future according to Google, so that might expand beyond just KitKat to those on other versions of Android. The app offers a 100 percent viewfinder to show you exactly what… Read More

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Google Camera App Brings Lens Blur Background Defocus To Any KitKat Android Devices

IMG_0105 Google has a new standalone camera app available in the Google Play app store, and it can be installed on any smartphones or tablets running KitKat 4.4 or higher. The new app will also be rolling out to other devices in the future according to Google, so that might expand beyond just KitKat to those on other versions of Android. The app offers a 100 percent viewfinder to show you exactly what… Read More

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A Look At Lumus, The Amazing Lens Technology That Is Going To Change Wearables

You may not know the name Lumus now, but expect to be hearing a lot from them in the future. When we first met the Lumus rep Ari Grobman two years ago he showed us some amazing technology. It was basically an augmented reality display embedded into a standard lens that could fit into a standard pair of glasses. The 720p model displayed a binocular image at near HD quality right in front of your… Read More

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Black Replacement Touch Screen Glass Digitizer Lens For HTC Windows Phone 8X US

Zebra/Dots/Tree/Bear Pattern Hard Phone Case For HTC Windows Phone 8X+Headset

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EOS Rebel T5 is Canon’s cheapest DSLR, priced at $550 with 18-55mm lens

If you’re on a tight budget and looking to buy a DSLR, we might suggest you consider a mirrorless camera instead. But if you’re dead set on building out your EOS lens collection, Canon’s Rebel T5 is at least a more capable choice than its…

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Sony’s QX lens attachment makes tablet photographers look even worse

Sony’s QX10 and QX100 lens cameras were already a rather peculiar attachment to append to your phone, but Sony’s moving into even larger form factors by making them attachable to tablets as well. The SPA-TA1 mount that’s just been announced makes it possible to strap a QX camera to slates as large as the 11.6-inch VAIO Tap 11 and comes with a full range of six arms with which to accommodate devices of most sizes. The Japanese release for the new mount is expected on April 4th for roughly $ 36 (3,675 yen), though keep in mind that you don’t actually need one to use a QX lens with your tablet — this is purely for the physical convenience.

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Google Unveils Smart Contact Lens That Lets Diabetics Measure Their Glucose Levels

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This isn’t Google Glass in a contact lens, but it may just be Google’s first step in this direction. The company’s Google X lab just teased a smart contact lens on its blog that is meant to help diabetics measure their glucose levels.

The company says it is currently testing prototypes of this contact lens that use a tiny wireless chip and a miniaturized glucose sensor. These chips are embedded in between two soft layers of lens material.

In its announcement, Google notes that scientists have long looked into how certain body fluids can help them track glucose levels. Tears, it turns out, work very well, but given that most people aren’t Hollywood actors and can cry on demand, using tears was never really an option.

According to Google, the sensor can take about one reading per second, and it is working on adding tiny LED lights to the lens to warn users when their glucose levels cross certain thresholds. The sensors are so small that they ”look like bits of glitter.”

Google says it is working with the FDA to turn these prototypes into real products and that it is working with experts to bring this technology to market. These partners, the company says, “will use our technology for a smart contact lens and develop apps that would make the measurements available to the wearer and their doctor.”

It’s worth noting that other companies, including Microsoft, have previously shown similar lenses. Until now, though, it doesn’t look like there are any smart lenses available in the U.S. yet. Given Google’s reach, however, it may just be able to find the right partners to bring this technology to market.

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