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Sep 18, 2013
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A RoboCop remake is in the works, geeks!

A new movie about the crime-bustin' man and metal combo will hit theaters next year, and the little kid in us approves! With a helmet that makes him (it?) fit to be a member of Daft Punk, RoboCop is one of the most iconic sci-fi characters of the '90s, one of the reasons why we'd go baril-barilan with our buddies back then.


But what really makes the gun-toting cyborg awesome is, aside from being hella strong and having that deep voice reminiscent of a robotic Arnold Schwarzenegger, he has a slew of nifty next-gen features that can do different things, from blowing stuff to smithereens to doing a little bit of math.

Cool shit, you could say, and it would be a thrill to have those at your disposal. The good news is there are plenty of next-gen gadgets we can wear that could make us look and feel a bit like RoboCop—minus the 'borg swagger and firepower, of course.

Check out some of the really special ones below!

1. Google Glass


A pair of specs with next-gen looks and loads of sweet features, Google Glass is a device that can connect to the Internet, display info right on the glass, and play multimedia files. It can even help you get around via Google Maps and show other info that are otherwise invisible to other gadgets via augmented reality.

2. Memoto Lifelogging Camera

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The Memoto Lifelogging Camera is a little shooter that you can snap on to your shirt in a jiffy. What's weird about it is it has no buttons on the outside. The reason behind this is that it's an auto-shooter which takes snaps automatically and frequently without your command, making it a useful gadget to document your everyday life as it is. By that we mean all the mundane or even dyahe moments involved in your day. It's also waterproof, which means it won't take a day off even if the skies get angry.

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