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Portable is a Flexible, Wearable Smartphone

Portal Wearable Smartphone

You don’t have to worry about Bendgate with the Portal, because its makers let you know upfront that it bends and is definitely more flexible than your average smartphone. The Portable was designed to be a wearable phone, so it should bend to follow the natural curve of your arm. It’s also shatterproof and waterproof for up to 10 meters, so you can wear it even when you’re hard at work or play.

Portal is built with a multicore CPU that comes with 2GB of RAM. Its 3200 mAh battery is also flexible, as expected, and can last for up to 8 hours of talktime. Continue Reading

A Drumstick For Your Ear? KFC Drumstick iPhone Cover

KFC Drumstick iPhone Cover

 

KFC Japan is at it again. Remember the chicken keyboard and mouse they recently offer to their patrons? It looks like their higher-ups decided that that wasn’t enough, so they came up with the drumstick iPhone cover. It’s so ridiculous that it almost makes you want one, just for the heck of it. Even Colonel Sanders looks like he’s rolling on the floor laughing like there’s no tomorrow (in case you’re wondering, his speech bubble says something along the lines of “Why is it so big?”)

Well, that’s what we’re wondering, too. The only way to get one of the cases was to win it from KFC Japan. Dang, that’s a huge case. Ironically, it’s making me not want to eat chicken after looking at it.

VIA [ Food Beast ]

Harry Potter iPhone Case is Simply Magical

Harry Potter iPhone Case

 

It’s been years since J.K. Rowling penned the final chapters of the Harry Potter series, but it’s still enchanting Muggles young and old today. The character is very much alive in pop culture, which was definitely propelled by the highly-successful movie franchise based on the books too. If you’ve still got Potter fever and are looking for an iPhone case, then try this one on for size.

This handmade case is available from TheSorcerersPhone on Etsy for $25.99+ and it’s awesome. It features Harry’s signature black spectacles, his lightning-shaped scar, and of course, his Gryffindor scarf. It’s available for a range of devices, from iPhones to Android devices. Accio case!

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Chargerito: Charge Your Phone On the Go

Chargerito

 

You’ve got your power bank for emergencies. But when there’s a socket in the area, then leave your power bank for the real emergencies and bring out the Chargerito. It’s a super small yet super functional portable charger that you can hang on your key ring along with your keys. That way, you’ll have it with you anytime, anywhere, so you can charge your devices when you need to.

The prongs fit into most standard sockets and the Chargerito has adaptors for both micro USB and Lighting-compatible devices. Another bonus feature? It even comes with a built-in bottle opener. What more can you ask for?

The Chargerito is available for pre-order for $19.

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noPhone: A Non-Phone That Forces You to Socialize

NoPhone

A group of four, seated at a table, waiting for lunch to be served but they’re hardly talking, much less looking, at one another because each one is so busy swiping and tapping on their smartphones. It seems like everything’s wrong with this picture, but it’s a sight that’s getting more and more common to behold.

Cue the release of the noPhone– a revolutionary non-phone that brings back the social in social gatherings. It’s a “toilet-resistant” fake phone with no camera, no Bluetooth or WiFi connectivity, and no phone functions. In fact, it’s more like a paper weight than an actual phone except for its shape.

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One More Thing Your Phone Can Do: iPhone Laser Pointer

iPhone LAser Pointer

 

What can you do with your iPhone? Or better yet, the question should read: what can’t you do with it? First and foremost, it’s obviously a phone. Then it spins off into a camera, an audio and video recorder, a note pad, an organizer, a fitness tracker, a video game console, a music player, a map, and so on and so forth.

The capabilities of most smartphones are extended further with accessories like the iPin iPhone laser pointer. Dubbed as the “world’s smallest laser pointer,” the iPin fits right into the iPhone’s 3.5mm earphone jack. The entire thing weighs less than a gram and is powered by your phone, so there’s no need to replace batteries at all. The iPin also has an on/off switch so you don’t have to take it out when you want to use your phone in the middle of presentations.

It’s available online for $39.99.

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The Only Throne Your Phone Needs: Iron Throne iPhone Case

Iron Throne iPhone Case

If you don’t have the time or energy to make one of these Game of Thrones-inspired phone stands, then you can just fork 25 bucks over and be done with it. These Iron Throne phone cases are handmade and covered with mini swords and other sharp things all over–in short, just how it should look, seeing as it’s based on the iron throne.

Cases for the iPhone 4, 4S and 5 are available, although more cases compatible with other phone versions are in the works.

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Game of Phones: An Iron Throne for Your Phone

Game of Thrones Phone Stand

Who knew you could make something this awesome from styrofoam, cocktail swords, foam tape, and lots of hot glue? A dude who goes by the username of tumb1r was bored one day, so we he went and made a miniature iron throne for his phone using the stuff we mentioned earlier. Okay, so he wasn’t actually bored, because he set out to make one from the get-go, but what he did here is nothing short of impressive.

Hit the break for pictures of the mobile iron throne while it was in the making.

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‘Moments’ App Shows You How Much Time You Spend on Your Phone

Moments App

 

How much time do you spend on your phone in a day? A few minutes? Half an hour? Probably more, especially if you use instant messaging or check for emails a lot during the day. Giving you the exact figure is Moments, an app which tracks how long you used your phone and where you were when you were using it. It uses the collected data to build a map to show you the most frequent location of use.

If you feel like your usage is excessive, then you can set a maximum daily limit for your phone usage using the app. When your time’s up, an alert pops up letting you know it’s time to put your phone down and start living (and interacting) in the real world. It’s available for iOS and can be downloaded from iTunes for $3.99.

VIA [ Laughing Squid ]