THEO Power Jump Wireless: Review

The THEO Power Jump Wireless is a recreation of the THEO Power. THEO Power launched a Kickstarter in May of last year. THEO created a iPhone battery expansion that attaches to a slim iPhone case. Unfortunately, due to lack of exposure and public interest, the THEO Power project did not reach full funding. But THEO continued to work on new renditions until a final product was developed and we got to play with it.

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The Sonder Keyboard: As Complicated As You Like It

To cut to the chase, the Sonder Keyboard is a customizable keyboard with E-Ink keys. Basically, the keyboard can be customized into any combination of letters, figures, commands, and etc. that you might need/want for a particular job. This opens up to having the ability to switch between a QWERTY and a DVORAK or even Chinese, Japanese, or Cyrillic. All this is available on one keyboard.

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Test Product Teaser: THEO Power Jump Wireless

THEO Power launched a Kickstarter in May of last year. THEO created a iPhone battery expansion that attaches to a slim iPhone case (you can see the old design in the image below). Unfortunately, due to lack of exposure and public interest, the THEO Power project did not reach full funding. Lucky for us, THEO doesn’t let go of great idea.

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Uber: Unethical or Just Bad Press?

Uber is a massive ridesharing service that originated in San Francisco and now operates in multiple countries across the globe. Recent news has been portraying Uber in two very different lights. There is Uber: the new, cheap and convenient way to commute, and then there is Uber: the business destroyer and privacy invader. So which is it? As large and extensive of a company as it is, it is much more complicated than it seems.

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