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It's not another ordinary watch. I think it will be the next technology revolution.

The application was spotted by AppleInsider and describes a flexible screen that wraps all the way around a user's wrist,thanks to a built in support structure.

The application also hints at some software functionality that would mean it could interact with an iPhone or iPad: "With a touch screen user input, a user can accomplish a number of different tasks including adjusting the order of a current playlist, and reviewing a list of recent phone calls."

Also a response to a current text message can even be managed given a simple virtual keyboard configuration across the face of the flexible display.Another interesting thing in iWatch is that solar power or kinetic energy can be used to supply the battery with juice.


A working jetpack has been unveiled at exhibition in Dubai, which is able to flying at 62 mph(miles per hour) up to one mile above the ground.Its powered by two gigantic twin-ducted fans that produce the required thrust to lift a single person vertically off the ground and gift them sustained flight.It weighs a hefty 140kgs and runs on petrol.It could also be used by emergency services and even for leisure.The jetpack costs £66,000 per unit.

(You can see it here: )We don't have flying cars yet, but hopefully someone's working on that. But what we may also have soon is a jetpack :)

Natalia W.

Crux360 Case

The Crux360 Case is a clamshell-keyboard case that allows you to use the iPad in a multitude of positions. All iPad ports and buttons remain accessible while using the case.

It features a full bluetooth keyboard and features four modes:

1.Laptop Mode – allows use of the keyboard.

2.Movie Mode – great for watching videos,playing games or just surfing the Internet

3.Tablet Mode – great for reading books or magazines

4.Carry Mode – closes up and protects your iPad's screen from nicks and scratches.

It only costs $149.

Cube Laser Virtual Keyboard

The laser keyboard wirelessly connects to your tablet, phone, laptop (or any other compatible gadget that could benefit from a keyboard) via bluetooth. It then projects a full size 63 key QWERTY keyboard onto any flat service which you can then tap on like a regular keyboard. It has a detection rate of 400 characters per minute which will be more than adequate for the majority of us. It can also be used as a mouse replacement, in this mode you swipe your finger on the virtual mouse pad, kind of like touch screen. You charge the virtual keyboard via USB, a full charge will give you 150 minutes typing charge.

It costs $152.

Not One Less’ camera design.

Not One Less camera ensures everyone gets shot” Well, capturing photos with a camera would come across as second nature to many by now, but there is one caveat – most of the time, group photos tend to miss out on the photographer him/herself, and this is what designer Ji Lin hopes to solve with her ‘Not One Less’ camera design. This concept will see the camera sport dual lenses – one in front, and one at the back, where it will capture the group portrait while simultaneously snap a photo of the photographer – all at the same time when the shutter button is pressed down. Following that, the Not One Less camera will get to work by superimposing the photographer’s image into the main photo. I think that this gadget will be sold on a big commercial scale.

Natalia W.

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