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Frameographer iPhone App

There's no denying the fact that stop-motion animations are awesome. It doesn't matter if you're working with the stick figure on the pack of Post-Its or something more cinematic, they're fun to create and even more fun to watch. If you're looking to jump start a career in stop-motion movies, or just looking to have ... continue reading
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Flash Dock

Our iPhones now account for the majority of the pictures we take. Thanks to Instagram and other like-minded apps, good photos take minimal skill. When we actually want to remind ourselves that we worked hard to develop some sort of photographic talent, we break out our DSLR. Now, with the Flash Dock from Pocket Demo, ... continue reading
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Build Your Own Website With Squarespace SPONSORED

Want to create your own website but don't know where to start? Say hello to Squarespace. Squarespace is the website publishing platform that allows anyone to create their own professional-looking site or online portfolio without ever touching a line of code. With Squarespace, creating your own website, blog, or portfolio ... continue reading
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Change the Record iPhone Amp

There are approximately one million different ways to amplify the sound coming out of your iPhone to a party-appropriate decibel. Between all the docks, horns, stereo connectors, jacks, brands and prices you could literally spend days looking for just the right one to sit on desk or table. Or, you could just pick up ... continue reading
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Craft Beer App

We spend way too much money on apps for our iPhones. It's so hard to say no when something only costs $1, and it's even more difficult when the app you're considering is basically an encyclopedia of craft beer. The Craft Beer App has (deep breath): an enormous database of craft beer (from all 50 states), beer podcasts, ... continue reading
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The iPhone Boom Mic

Do you frequently find yourself watching the videos you've recorded on your iPhone and wishing you had better, higher quality sound to suck you back into the moment? Do you mind a mildly-obtrusive boom mic sticking out from your iPhone when you record your "home movies?" The iPhone Boom Mic is probably as close as ... continue reading
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Berlin Boombox

Even if you're not John Cusack, boomboxes are cool. We gotten past the point of cassette tapes and D-batteries (if they even make these anymore) though, so we need one that works with phones and mp3 players. Unfortunately, finding a boombox that looks as good as the ones from the 80s, and supports modern technology, ... continue reading
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Table Top Concert Hall

We're not going to kid ourselves: you probably already have three different ways of projecting your iPhone / Android tunes throughout a room. If you're going to spend another $300 on another piece of technology to replace one of the ones you already have it had better be really damn good. The Table Top Concert Hall ... continue reading
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Galileo Pan-and-Tilt Stand

You've got your iPhone and your iPad, but outside of handing one off to somebody and playing  a few rounds of Draw Something, the two products don't do much mingling. They live their separate blissful lives of entertaining you every waking second of your life. With Galileo, you can pair the two for far greater results ... continue reading
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Sonastand

It seems like product designers and manufacturers are always trying to solve the same two problems with the iPhone: the audio and the fact that it doesn’t stand up on its own. You can buy any number of accessories that solve either problem, but until now there hasn’t been any one product that solved them both as ... continue reading
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The Clock Dock

We already rely on our iPhone to wake our ass up in the morning, so shouldn't we at least make it look like a presentable alarm clock? Right now, the chord dangles loosely on our nightstand only held in place by the remains of a nightcap and a short stack of Blu-rays. For a more distinguished presentation of the only ... continue reading
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Cinemagram

We plan on releasing an app that ends in -gram sometime soon to piggyback off the success of Instagram and hope people think our apps are related. What will our app do?  No clue. We don't even know how to make one.  With this mindset, we are wary of any photo related "gram" app. Luckily, Cinemagram is quasi-addicting, ... continue reading
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JBL OnBeat Xtreme

With all the handheld gadgets we own and time we spend staring at them, we probably will evolve into some sort of craned-neck species. Human candy canes. If you're looking for one audio system for them all, there's the OnBeat Xtreme from JBL. It docks your entire Apple catalog (iPhone, iPod and iPad) and can also ... continue reading
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Hot Wheels iNitro Speeders

It doesn't matter if you're three, thirteen or thirty, men will never grow out of Hot Wheels cars. Hot Wheels cars will always be fun to play with even if you happen to be too "old" to have a sweet track to race them through. They're even cooler now because Mattel saw fit to combine them with two other things we happen ... continue reading
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Loewe Soundvision

Do you remember a time when a proper home audio system cost thousands of dollars and required separate cabinets just to house a bunch of different pieces of audio equipment that we would consider ugly by today's standards?  We do. We also happen to consider ourselves pretty technologically savvy, but setting those ... continue reading
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Rich Neeley Designs iPhone Book Docks

Do you long for a time when books actually had pages you had to turn, could be read in the sun and didn't require a power source? Yeah, so do we. Digesting the classics digitally is convenient, but it's not anywhere near as satisfying as the tactile and sensory experience you get from a physical book. Unfortunately, ... continue reading
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