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Unlock Private Spaces In The City With Breather

Breather

The local Starbucks if often filled with hip looking people who are slowly sipping their coffees with hasty people incomprehensibly shouting their names to the baristas. In between these people, the keen observer could discern another group altogether: the people who despite the circumstances desperately try to work. For the people who like a bit more peace, quiet and privacy than their local coffeeshop can offer them, there is Breather.

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  • Sold Takes Second-Hand Marketplace To The Next Level

    Sold

    ‘Sold’ is a recently launched application that helps users to sell, price and ship second-hand items. The app enables anyone to become a successful seller on the online second-hand marketplace without the hassle that usually comes with it — ‘Sold’ does all the dirty work. The only thing you have to do is upload a picture and provide necessary information. ‘Sold’ prices the articles, sells it and organizes packaging and shipping (!).

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    MQTT Lets Objects Talk To Each Other

    MQTT

    The world is slowly starting to speak a new language. It is not a language like the ones we know, but rather a way of understanding between everything and everyone in existence. With the rise of the Internet of Things, where practically everything has a built-in chip, it is important that all these devices are able to communicate clearly. As long as my smart thermostat cannot ‘talk’ with the automatic lock on my back door, there is still some ground to be covered. And that is exactly what MQTT is going to do.

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  • First Bitcoin ATM To Be Launched In Cyprus

    Bitcoin ATM developed by Lamassu Bitcoin Ventures

    Earlier this year we discussed the emerging urban trend of the peer-to-peer economy and it got us thinking for more flexible alternatives of money. That’s when we spotted another upcoming trend, that of the DIY currencies. It seems that what we considered back then to be an experimental digital currency is already getting closer to becoming as functional as traditional currencies. Bitcoin was proven to be a valuable measure towards the establishment of the peer-to-peer economy.

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    Tell Others About Usable Trash In Your Neighborhood With Trashswag

    Trashswag

    Passing by a pile of trash on the street you often spot stuff that is still usable. But most of the times it’s not the right moment to take it, it’s not the item that you need or you don’t have enough space to store it. In that case it would be great to tell others about it and give them the opportunity to pick it up. That’s what becomes possible with Trashswag, a recently launched app that makes collecting trash and recycling social.

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