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Ask Engadget: best Bluetooth headphones for audiophiles?

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We know you've got questions, and if you're brave enough to ask the world for answers, then here's the outlet to do so. This week's Ask Engadget inquiry is from Christopher, who wants to brave the world of Bluetooth cans for his daily rounds. If you're looking to ask...
Ask Engadget: best Bluetooth headphones for audiophiles?
Pebble raises record $10 million on KickStarter, sells 85,000 watches

A Good Guess At What The iPad Mini Will Look Like (AAPL)

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Let's get this out of the way first: these photos are probably fake. But they do give us a good idea of what the iPad Mini may look like, based on the information we have so far. Apple has all but confirmed it'll announce a smaller version of its iPad...
A Good Guess At What The iPad Mini Will Look Like (AAPL)
Report: Amazon’s Kindle Fire 2 aims for July 31 launch

LEAKED PHOTO: A Prototype Of Samsung's Next Galaxy Phone

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We came across a few more leaked photos of what is likely Samsung's next flagship Android phone, the Galaxy S III. The photo comes from a Chinese forum called Mobile01, but has since been taken down. Luckily, PocketLint was able to snag the photo in time. From what we can...
LEAKED PHOTO: A Prototype Of Samsung's Next Galaxy Phone
Hulu refreshes its website UI: 55% larger video player

Hands-On With the Apple iPad — and Your Questions

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In appearance, the iPad is little more than a 9.7-inch, 1,024 by 768 pixel touchscreen with a few control buttons along the edges and a home button at the bottom. In other words, a giant iPod Touch. But sometimes size does make a difference, and our first look at...
Hands-On With the Apple iPad — and Your Questions
Pebble smartwatch raises a record $3.6 million through Kickstarter [video]

Netgear's NeoTV Prime (GTV100) is the latest Google TV box outed by FCC filings

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Just like the suddenly inescapable 4K, it appears Google TV will be a buzzword for multiple new devices at CES like this Netgear NeoTV Prime (model # GTV100) which GTV Hacker discovered via a pair of curious FCC testing documents. It actually snuck through the FCC before the just-leaked...
Netgear's NeoTV Prime (GTV100) is the latest Google TV box outed by FCC filings

A Game Controller Full of Nostalgia -- And Limitations

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I have a self-imposed ban on videogame consoles in my house. It’s not because I hate videogames, it’s because I love them too much. Though it’s getting hard to resist them with all their integrated entertainment features, for the past couple of years I’ve been able to get my fix...
A Game Controller Full of Nostalgia -- And Limitations

Jambox Grows Up, Gets Bigger

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The worst-kept recent secret in tech — aside from Google Drive — is out: Audio-gadget maker Jawbone has created a monster Jambox. The original Jambox, for those not familiar, is a nifty Bluetooth-equipped speaker that wirelessly connects with the iPhone, iPad and Android phones to play music. It’s easy to...
Jambox Grows Up, Gets Bigger

Freebie: Massive Web UI & Button Set » MediaLoot Blog

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This set contains all of the following elements in three distinct styles: glossy, satin/light gradient, and one-color. The satin/light gradient set is available in 7 different colors (which you’ll find all of in the psd file). Here are the individual elements included in the set: * Control buttons including...
Freebie: Massive Web UI & Button Set » MediaLoot Blog

After years of neglect, Apple will finally upgrade core apps with iOS 7

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As part of a major redesign of iOS 7, Apple showed off some very drastic facelifts for core iPhone apps. A lot of those changes will also seem very familiar: from the new Mail app to Calendar to Weather, it’s pretty clear that Apple has learned well from its army...
After years of neglect, Apple will finally upgrade core apps with iOS 7

Three Cameras That Came Into Focus at CES

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Over the past few years, digital camera companies have tried to make their mark amid simplified smartphone cameras by packing bigger sensors, powerful lenses and even mobile operating systems into point-and-shoots. It’s unclear whether this approach is actually working with consumers, but each year at CES there are a handful...
Three Cameras That Came Into Focus at CES

Wahoo's new RFLKT is a second screen, iPhone bike computer

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Cyclists that ride with an iPhone may be interested in the RFLKT from Wahoo Fitness, which debuted on Wednesday. The device, pronounced like the word “reflect,” is aptly named because it’s not quite a cycling computer by itself. Instead, Wahoo bills it as an “iPhone powered bike computer,” which is...
Wahoo's new RFLKT is a second screen, iPhone bike computer
Developers wanted: Ford launches mobile app API program for Sync
Apple updates Apple TV with Bluetooth keyboard support, Up Next, enhanced iTunes in the Cloud

Leaked: Here's What It's Really Like To Using The New, Unreleased Version Of Microsoft Office 15 (MSFT)

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Microsoft recently made the Office 15 Technical Preview available to a privileged few.  Microsoft lover Paul Thurrott got his hands on a copy and ran it through its paces. Office 15 will be the new version of Office designed for Windows 8. Thurrott was looking at an early copy,...
Leaked: Here's What It's Really Like To Using The New, Unreleased Version Of Microsoft Office 15 (MSFT)

Review: Dell C1760nw color printer

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We've spent a lot of electronic ink telling you to avoid low-cost color laser printers, because they're all slow, with sparse features, and worst of all, really expensive toner. We'd almost advise the same about the $280 (as of March 25, 2013) Dell C1760nw color laser-class printer (it uses...
Review: Dell C1760nw color printer

Two Screens Aren't Better Than One for Sony Tablet P

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One way to stand out in a crowded category of devices is to employ a novel hardware design. Last year, Sony got decent marks from many reviewers, including me, for an Android tablet called the Tablet S, crafted to look like a magazine, with one thick, rounded vertical edge that...
Two Screens Aren't Better Than One for Sony Tablet P

Demand for Amazon’s Kindle Fire begins to cool off, study suggests

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Demand for Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet has started to cool off according to one study. ChangeWave published results of a survey on Thursday, which found that just 2% of customers in January were “very likely” to buy a Kindle Fire, down from 4% in December. Respondents who were “somewhat...
Demand for Amazon’s Kindle Fire begins to cool off, study suggests

Amazon Will Announce The Next Generation Kindle Fire On July 31 [REPORT] (AMZN)

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CNET reports hearing from a "credible source" that Amazon is planning to announce the second-generation Kindle Fire on July 31. According to CNET, the new Kindle Fire will have a camera as well as physical volume control buttons. CNET's source did not comment on whether the device would get more...
Amazon Will Announce The Next Generation Kindle Fire On July 31 [REPORT] (AMZN)
Archos unveils 7-inch GamePad with ICS, physical controls and full Google Play access [Photo]

Review: Dell C1660w color printer

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The superlow $200 price (as of February 21, 2013) for the Dell C1660w makes color-laser-class printing (using laserlike LED technology) tantalizingly accessible. Its text output looks great, and the color graphics are very nice indeed. Because the toner is expensive, however, the C1660w would be a good deal only...
Review: Dell C1660w color printer

Samsung doesn't infringe on Apple's multitouch patent, Dutch court rules

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Samsung's Galaxy devices don't infringe on an Apple multitouch patent that describes technology that prevents smartphone users from pushing two on-screen buttons at the same time, the Court of The Hague ruled on Wednesday. The technique used in Android is sufficiently different from Apple's patent, the judge said. "The...
Samsung doesn't infringe on Apple's multitouch patent, Dutch court rules

★ Walter Isaacson’s ‘Steve Jobs’

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What is Apple at heart: a software company, or hardware company? This is a perennial question. The truth, of course, is that Apple is neither. Apple is an experience company. That they create both hardware and software is part of creating the entire product experience. But, as a thought experiment,...
★ Walter Isaacson’s ‘Steve Jobs’
More alleged iPhone 5 parts leak out of China, shows new nano-SIM card once again

Archos GamePad now shipping for £130: Android 4.1, 1.6GHz CPU and a bona fide D-pad

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You've waited long enough, haven't you? The low-cost PMP leader has kept the mantra alive with its GamePad, which is now shipping to those interested for £129.99. Put simply, it's a widescreen gaming handheld that runs Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), replete with a 1.6GHz dual-core processor and Mali 400mp...
Archos GamePad now shipping for £130: Android 4.1, 1.6GHz CPU and a bona fide D-pad

Your iPhone Will Get Some Handy New Features Any Day Now (AAPL)

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Apple is working on an update for iPhones and iPads that bring several new features to its latest mobile operating system, iOS 6. Today, registered iOS developers got access to the latest test version of iOS 6.1. Here are the most important things we know about iOS 6.1 so far:...
Your iPhone Will Get Some Handy New Features Any Day Now (AAPL)
PlayStation Vita starts moving off the shelves
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?