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Content posted in January 2014
Gadget Freak Review: Smart Contact Lens, Precise Nutrition Facts & Mini Solar Powered Greenhouse
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1/31/2014  40 comments
This Gadget Freak review looks at a smart contact lens that measures glucose levels; a gadget that can scan any food item to deliver precise nutrition facts and a list of ingredients; and a homemade, 24-hour solar-powered greenhouse.
Gadget Freak Case #250: DIY Flexible Display
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1/23/2014  4 comments
Marin Davide created a flexible thermochromic display that can be built at home without special equipment.
Gadget Freaks Rejoice: CES Highlights Impressive Inventions
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1/17/2014  6 comments
Take a look at some new gadgets from last week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas -- a self-balancing electric skateboard, a sensor family that will keeps you on track, and a protective iPhone battery case with 32GB built-in storage.
Gadget Freak Review: Hybrid e-Bike, Construction Kits for Girls & Bluetooth Gloves
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1/8/2014  17 comments
Check out this wireless pedal assist system that can turn your bicycle into a hybrid e-bike, construction kits aimed at girls, and a glove that connects to your smartphone.




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