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kisslink Plug & Play Smart Router

By: on July 09, 2016
$38.87
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It's not just about what the Keewifi's kisslink router can do for you, it's about what it can do for me. Your buddy who's sick of typing F78GP9GQM894100B into the password box when he wants to connect to your WiFi network. A simple, smart router, kisslink authenticates devices for internet browsing using KISS proximity technology so friends and family who want to connect can do so simply by hovering their device near its syncing panel. No passwords required. The router's connection design also keeps internet squatters who aren't within close (like, really close) range out of your web.

kisslink simplifies the router setup process as well. Keewifi says their design is "truly plug and play," with no installation configuration process required beyond plugging it into a wall outlet and connecting it to an internet source. And in addition to a primary router, you can also hook up the device as a range extender. After plugging it in an automatic prompt will come up requesting to access your existing network the first time you connect.

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Swidget Modular Outlet with Smart Home Inserts

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The Swidget modular outlet reminds me of Phonebloks. Which then became Google's Ara project. And then, I guess, fell into oblivion when the tech giant decided mobile phones with swappable modules that make upgrading existing...

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Spartan Radiation-Blocking Underwear

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Spartan Underwear heard the refrain every time some newfangled food or drug or piece of tech came out too: "Twenty years from now they'll probably find out it kills you." Or, in the case of the radiation given off by...

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Butterfly Labs Jalapeno Bitcoin Miner

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Butterfly Labs' entry level Jalapeno Bitcoin miner sells with a mining rate of 5 G/Hash per second, as well as with an upgrade that bumps its performance to 7 G/Hash per second. And while both are pretty paltry in comparison...

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PirateBox DIY Anonymous Network

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For as little as $35--essentially the cost to procure a wireless router--PirateBox enables you to DIY an anonymous offline mobile file-sharing and communications system to trade movies and music, and chat with friends...

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Map of the Internet

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$49 from Hideez »

The Hideez Key is your 9-gram knight in digital armor. The password storage and protection device uses Bluetooth (specifically RXP proximity profile of Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy communication protocol) to sense and connect...

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Lighthouse - Free & ISP-Free Internet

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To be clear, the Internet flies in only one direction down Outernet's information superhighway*. Each day, a 1 GB dose of data funnels through a dish antenna and lands in the company's Lighthouse receiver, where it is...

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AIRTAME - Wireless HDMI Dongle

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Silent Pocket Privacy Protection Cases

$11.95 - $199.95 from Amazon »

There's alone time from your girlfriend. Peace and quite from your house full of kids. Solitude from the chaos and cacophony of daily life. But with all the unseeable signals encircling, identifying, tracking, and scanning...

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To keep it short, I guess you could say goTennas turn smartphones into really powerful walkie-talkies. Except more like walkie-texties. The self-contained signal generators require no cell towers, WiFi connectivity, or...

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Amazon Dash Buttons

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Imagine snapping your fingers and--poof!--more coffee, bottled water, and toilet paper just show up at your door. Amazon Dash Buttons are like that, but maybe even better because pressing a button is actually way easier...

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SilentKeys - The Go-Incognito Keyboard

$143 - $188 from Silent Keys »

SilentKeys launched its Kickstarter campaign today, seeking your funding for your privacy. This plug 'n' play USB keyboard connects to any computer and turns all key strokes and actions you complete while using it incognito....