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Prynt Pocket Helps Print Out iPhone Photos with Augmented Reality

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSDigital photos are easy to store and care for, but not as easy to display. A printed photo can be put into a scrapbook, on a wall, or just given to friends. That is where Prynt comes in. With a thermal-based printer you can attach to your phone, you are able to take photos right away, with an added Augmented Reality bonus. The Prynt Pocket This is an adjustable iOS device that allows your iPhone 5 and better to connect and print out any photo on your phone. You can also import photos from other devices to have printed onto the Pocket. The Prynt Pocket adjusts to the phone so you can dock in. A small cartridge filled with the ink-free paper will create photos in Black and White and Color. Within 30 seconds, a print will be ready for you!...

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Online Sales Tax – How, Why and Will it Work?

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Zensorium Tinké: Vitals Monitoring – CES 2013

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSTinké by Zensorium measures heart and breathing rate, blood oxygen values and heart rate variability. It assembles the heart price, respiratory fee and blood air level info in to a rating called the Vita Index. The Zen index makes use of the heart rate irregularity to quantify your stress degree. It is a small tool, 1.65 long inches by 1.26 wide by.0275 deep which matches effortlessly in to a pocket or purse. It functions by plugging it in to the apple iphone and then placing your thumb on the gadget for 30 seconds. The apple iphone powers Tinké – therefore theres no need for batteries. The gadget is $119 and can be found in a selection of colors. Tinké is offered through the Zensorium web site. They are trying to find circulation partners. The application is cost-free and offered in the iTunes outlet. You...

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