The Geek Guide

PlexiDrone wants to reinvent the drone in a snap

PlexiDrone is a super-portable drone currently seeking funding via IndieGoGo, and is the creation of a company called DreamQii. DreamQii are attempting to reinvent the drone, in a snap. The PlexiDrone can be disassembled and fits entirely into a hard shell backpack, making it portable enough to bring with you anywhere, as opposed to the large cases required for other …

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Lenovo announces tablet with built in projector

Lenovo’s new YOGA tablet is a 13 inch media powerhouse complete with sub-woofer, built in projector and a QHD screen it’s the ultimate portable entertainment device. According to Lenovo, their new tablet can project displays up to 50 inches on any wall or ceiling. I’ve personally found personal projectors to be washed out, and not the best way to enjoy …

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HTC launches ruggedised periscope camera RE

Let’s face it, HTC is a great company and they make some of the most well-designed products in the industry, however it seems like it’s not enough. HTC is struggling with falling profits and key people defecting to other companies. However at HTC’s double exposure event yesterday they announced an interesting new product called the HTC RE.

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Meet Xim Microsoft’s new photo sharing service

Today Microsoft launched a new photo sharing service called Xim, available on iOS, Android and Windows (phone). Xim is different to most other photo sharing apps in that you don’t need the app to be installed for others to view your photos. Xim allows you to share photos from your camera roll, Facebook, Instagram and One Drive; simply┬áinvite people to …

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Plastc Card aims to replace your wallet

Remember Coin? The quirky card aiming to replace all the cards in your wallet, after looking at Plastc you may have a little deja-vu. Plastc has a more traditional design and more features. Could we finally see the end of a wallet full of cards? Maybe.

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