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Survival Sidekick might just save your life

- July 2nd, 2014

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Today, in a suburb just outside Minneapolis, Bob Renning, a Good Samaritan, somehow found the strength to pry open the door of Michael Johannes’ burning Chevrolet TrailBlazer and saved him from certain death.  Now after seeing the footage at Canoe cNews, it made me rethink the usefulness of features on today’s emergency gadgets that we think we’ll never use, but in actual fact could one day save our life.

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Pelican i1075: Safe portable office for your iPad

- April 3rd, 2012

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iPads are popping up in more and more places at work and at play and one area in particular the iPad seems to becoming more commonplace is out in the field, slowly replacing even ruggedized laptops and metal clip boards. However, since the iPad is somewhat fragile by nature, it does require protection, especially in less than optimal conditions.

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Apple iPad survives 100,000 foot fall

- January 6th, 2012

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I guess some companies will go to any lengths to show the world how durable their products really are. G-Form is one of them, having in the past, taken an Apple iPad wrapped in their Extreme Edge case, tossed from a speeding car, launched from an extreme slingshot and used as part of a game of Frisbee.

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DriveSafe.ly with this app

- January 18th, 2011

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Many provinces are starting to limit cell phone use while driving. DriveSafe.ly is a great app to help you drive safer and comply with these new laws, and remain productive during your commute. Winner of the Mobile App Showdown at CES, and Mashable’s Best Mobile App of 2010, DriveSafe.ly reads your text and emails aloud and allows you to respond to them, hands-free, by using your voice.

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