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Archive for / 'Wireless'

January 22, 2014

Gadgets Wireless Jason Korwek
Smarty Ring Puts Smartphone Notifications at Your Fingertips

Smarty Ring Puts Smartphone Notifications at Your Fingertips

  Move over smart-watch, because another fashionable accessories is getting in on the wearable technology trend. Smarty Ring is the device that connects to your smartphone via bluetooth to beam notifications and message alerts to a tiny screen embedded in a ring.

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January 20, 2014

Gadgets Wireless Anthony Gonzales
Dyson’s New Killer Cordless Vacuum Is The Most Expensive Yet

Dyson’s New Killer Cordless Vacuum Is The Most Expensive Yet

  The Dyson DC59 Animal could be the ultimate cordless vac, but it’ll set you back $500. Is it worth it? Well before you get the answer to that you should know that the DC59 has a motor that spins about 5 times faster than a race car engine, plus its considerably lighter, more powerful […]

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January 17, 2014

Gadgets News Wireless Andrew Reichenberg
Hate Your Job? Quit Via This App

Hate Your Job? Quit Via This App

  Hooray it’s 2014 and for some of you, it’s time for a new job. But what if you need to quit your current job? Of course, there’s an app for that. It’s called The Quit Your Job App. After filling out a questionnaire the app creates the perfect text message and sends it straight […]

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January 16, 2014

Computers Gadgets News Wireless Andrew Reichenberg
Endangered: 5 Gadgets Headed for Extinction

Endangered: 5 Gadgets Headed for Extinction

  Trendy tech companies showed off their latest cool concepts at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, there were also gadgets predicted to become obsolete in the coming years. Here is the technology of today that will be in the museums of tomorrow. 1. Blueray/DVD Players You can thanks Netflix, Hulu and Redbox for […]

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January 15, 2014

News Wireless Rachel Suggs
Google Acquires Nest: Is It One Step Closer To Being ‘Big Brother’?

Google Acquires Nest: Is It One Step Closer To Being ‘Big Brother’?

  Is Google one step closer to becoming Big Brother? The Internet giant is acquiring Nest, a company that makes smart thermostats and smoke alarms, for $3.2 billion in cash. Here’s why Google bought Nest. By buying Nest, Google now has access to private information that was never under its purview. Thus, the internet search […]

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January 14, 2014

Gadgets Wireless Philip Anderson
This Charging Cable Carries Its Own Inline Battery

This Charging Cable Carries Its Own Inline Battery

  We’ve got another crowd funding tech gem for you, this time it a charging cable that carries its own inline battery. This product can help save you from dead-phone-battery syndrome. Uh, don’t ya hate when that happens?! The device will charge your phone normally just like any other cable however what makes this one […]

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January 10, 2014

Gadgets News Wireless Andrew Reichenberg
New Smart Bowl Will Charge Multiple Devices at Once

New Smart Bowl Will Charge Multiple Devices at Once

  How cool would it be to drop your gadgets into a bowl and charge them without any of the guess work? No longer having to find this cord, that plug and a usable outlet sounds like a dream to most tech savvy people with far to many gadgets and scores of charging cords and […]

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January 3, 2014

News Wireless Andrew Reichenberg
Google Knocks Off Bump

Google Knocks Off Bump

  Google has bumped off Bump. The photo, contact, and file-sharing service will close its doors at the end of the month, Bump CEO and co-founder David Lieb said on Tuesday. Bump and its companion app for sharing photo albums, Flock, were purchased by Google in September. Bump’s innovations and patents were likely a major […]

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December 21, 2013

Gadgets Wireless Rachel Suggs
Omate TrueSmart The Android Smartphone For Your Wrist

Omate TrueSmart The Android Smartphone For Your Wrist

  The Omate TrueSmart Kickstarter campaign zoomed past $500K in funding. The device separates itself from its Kickstarter cousins because of its ability to work independently from your smartphone. It makes phone calls with SIM cards. It takes photos and video. It’s an Android 4.2.2 phone, on your arm…impractical, but true. Take a look at […]

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November 30, 2013

Gadgets News Wireless Anthony Gonzales
Motorola Moto G Review

Motorola Moto G Review

  The announcement of the Moto G, a low-end Android device, represents an aggressive although expected move from Motorola. Beyond the sales potential of the Moto G in emerging markets lies another truth. As Android matures, Google needs a reference point for how low Android manufacturers can go, and which hardware developers should be targeting. […]

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