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Cambridge Soundworks Oontz XL and Ultra hands-on

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That slick-looking piece of hardware we know you looked at while clicking in here is Cambridge Soundworks' Bluetooth Oontz XL. Also on display was its bigger brother -- at least as far as price and battery is concerned -- the Oontz Ultra. The Oontz XL rings in at $149...
Cambridge Soundworks Oontz XL and Ultra hands-on

Nexus 7 Hands on. Super-light and super-bright

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I didn’t spend a lot of time with the software but a quick look at the hardware was impressive. At 340 grams, this feels more like a heavy phone (see anything HTC made last year) than a small tablet. We’re not sure how the mA hours/16 core processor/9 hours...
Nexus 7 Hands on. Super-light and super-bright

USB-powered, versatile, touch-sensitive LED lamp hits the market

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A neat new accessory from Satechi has hit the market: a USB-powered LED lamp. As the name implies, this lamp plugs into any USB 2.0 or 3.0 port for power. That means, as shown in the above video, that your MacBook could power up the lamp that lights up...
USB-powered, versatile, touch-sensitive LED lamp hits the market
New iHome Lightning-compatible iPhone and iPad docks will be on display at CES 2013

Here's What It's Like Using A $35 Computer

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The Raspberry Pi is a fully-functional computer that only costs $35.  You can buy it with two $20 bills and still get change back! It's a tiny and extremely basic device that ships without a case. But its simplicity and affordability, make it perfect for tinkerers, educators, and the adventurous. Under...
Here's What It's Like Using A $35 Computer
Exogear's Exovolt Plus battery pack offers stackable power for smartphones and tablets

Philips outs TV media hub with Netflix, YouTube, more

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Philips has entered the set-top media player segment with its own HMP2000. It connects to displays using HDMI and home networks over integrated Wi-Fi, though there is no Ethernet connection. It does sport a USB port for local media playback, however. Preloaded apps let users connect to Netflix, YouTube, and...
Philips outs TV media hub with Netflix, YouTube, more

Energi charging backpack by TYLT hands-on

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Seemingly made for the urban warrior, the Energi charging backpack by TYLT does precisely what it claims to do. Hosted on Christie Street as a crowd-funded project and shown off here at CES 2013, the bag offers an array of compartments for everyday product storage (as you would assume),...
Energi charging backpack by TYLT hands-on

New $74 Android mini computer is slightly larger than a thumb drive

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The AllWinner A10 Android 4.0 mini PC CNX Software Chinese retailers have started selling a miniature Linux computer that is housed in a 3.5-inch plastic case slightly larger than a USB thumb drive. Individual units are available online for $74. The small computer has an AllWinner A10 single-core 1.5GHz ARM...
New $74 Android mini computer is slightly larger than a thumb drive

Jarre AeroPad Two iPad dock sports high style, big sound

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Those who have wanted to spend more on their dock than the iPad itself now have the option thanks to Jarre's AeroPad Two. It is nearly three feet wide and sports four exposed 30W speakers along with one 80W subwoofer. Users can also connect iPhones and iPod touch devices, and...
Jarre AeroPad Two iPad dock sports high style, big sound
Google Fiber + TV hands-on impressions, photos, and video

Dropcam ships smallest Wi-Fi monitoring camera

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Dropcam, makers of the Echo wireless camera home monitoring system we had a chance to review earlier, has now shipped what it calls the smallest HD Wi-Fi video monitoring camera. The Dropcam HD is paired with a free Android (free, Google Play) or iOS (free, App Store) app that lets...
Dropcam ships smallest Wi-Fi monitoring camera
V-moda unveils Vamp Verza: a dockable, device-agnostic headphone amp and DAC for mobile audiophiles

Xiaomi, China's Apple challenger, unveils hotly anticipated Mi2 quad-core-powered smartphone

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A year after the launch of its first phone, Xiaomi, the $4 billion-valued company sometimes referred to as the Chinese Apple, has unveiled its much-anticipated second-generation handset which is anything but a budget Chinese knock-off. The quad-core Xiaomi 2 looks like being a real iPhone contender when it launches in...
Xiaomi, China's Apple challenger, unveils hotly anticipated Mi2 quad-core-powered smartphone

3 things any company can learn from Apple

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Yes, Apple is special. And no, not every company should emulate it. But here are key elements in its playbook other companies absolutely should adopt. FORTUNE -- The latest installment of Applemania debuts this Wednesday, when Apple is expect to unveil another wonders of consumer gadgetry. The Apple-obsessed world expects...
3 things any company can learn from Apple

ET deals: 40% off Netgear's Push2TV HD wireless display adapter

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Intel is not just a juggernaut in the CPU market, they’ve also been pushing their integrated laptop chipset package. Once known as the “Centrino” platform, it was originally a marketing program that allowed manufacturers to take advantage of Intel’s brand clout, so that consumers would ask for Centrino in the...
ET deals: 40% off Netgear's Push2TV HD wireless display adapter
Mini review: iPhones get a charge from Third Rail

Finally, your laptop can charge your tablet

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If you've ever traveled with your tablet, you've probably discovered an inconvenient truth: Your laptop's USB ports don't supply enough juice to charge that tablet. That's why, for example, you see a "Not Charging" message when you plug an iPad into a typical USB port. During this year's CES,...
Finally, your laptop can charge your tablet

Parrot's AR.Drone 2.0 gifted with optional flight recorder module and bigger battery

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Marking the first anniversary of the AR.Drone 2.0 since last CES, Parrot has announced that it'll be offering an optional GPS flight recorder module as well as a bigger battery at some point this year. The former dongle simply plugs into the flying vehicle via the USB port, and...
Parrot's AR.Drone 2.0 gifted with optional flight recorder module and bigger battery

iPad Not Charging Over USB? You Need a New Computer

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Lots of people are complaining that their iPads aren’t charging when plugged into their computer’s USB port. The battery indicator in the upper right corner says “Not Charging.” The iPad still syncs, however. Don’t worry, it’s not a glitch. The iPad needs a high-power USB 2.0 port to charge,...
iPad Not Charging Over USB? You Need a New Computer

‘iPad3’: What do consumers want most?

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In a recent survey, the Web site TechBargains asked its users what they want out of the next iPad. The answer? Speed, a better speaker and a USB port. About 85 percent of the respondents said that getting a quad-core processor would be the most important thing in a new...
‘iPad3’: What do consumers want most?

iHome focuses on Lightning, Bluetooth, and fitness

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LAS VEGAS--iHome makes so many different audio products that even the PR people have a hard time keeping them straight. The new lineup introduced at CES is no exception, and here for your enjoyment are some highlights from my personal tour of the company's 2013 products. Lightning docks The...
iHome focuses on Lightning, Bluetooth, and fitness

Hyper debuts iUSBport mini, 2 and HD cloud storage and streaming devices (hands-on)

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When the original iUSBport made its debut at CES last year it was called the CloudFTP. Since then, it changed its name and today it gained some new relatives -- the iUSBport mini, 2 and HD. For those who aren't familiar with the technology, it's battery-powered file server that...
Hyper debuts iUSBport mini, 2 and HD cloud storage and streaming devices (hands-on)

Nexus 4 reviewed: A fantastic phone, even without LTE

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Google is continuing to push its direct-to-consumer Android brand with the Nexus 4 smartphone built by LG. The handset showcases the new Android 4.2 software while also improving hardware over the prior model: Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus. At a no-contract price of $299 for an 8 GB model or $349 for...
Nexus 4 reviewed: A fantastic phone, even without LTE

FXI Cotton Candy ICS-on-a-stick gets May release date, sweetened design

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Is that an Ice Cream Sandwich riding shotgun atop your Cotton Candy stick? It may sound like a delicious carnival delight, but munching on this bad boy will send you to the hospital faster than a family pack of deep-fried Oreos. Keeping up the confection theme, FXI has coined...
FXI Cotton Candy ICS-on-a-stick gets May release date, sweetened design

Malicious Charger Could Give Your iPhone An Electronically Transmitted Infection

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Photo: Wikipedia Everybody knows you shouldn’t get into a car with a stranger. And if hackers can find a way to mimic the work of three Georgia Institute of Technology researchers, you may want to reconsider using a stranger’s iPhone charger, too. To test iOS security, Billy Lau, Yeongjin Jang...
Malicious Charger Could Give Your iPhone An Electronically Transmitted Infection
Elgato Game Capture HD records your gaming feats, supports timeshifting

BlueAnt's Q3 Bluetooth headset hands-on

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We saw the 3rd generation BlueAnt Q3 press release that it was set to launch at CES and indeed it did. The headset is mostly exactly what was expected, very light and well put together. Notable physical features include the main action button, a volume rocker and a bright...
BlueAnt's Q3 Bluetooth headset hands-on

IP tin can phone slightly better than string version

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Plug this Kickstarter project into your USB port and chat it up old-timey style. You can even bring it into your secret base! [Read more]...
IP tin can phone slightly better than string version

Hands-on with Maxwest's $65 7-inch dual-core ICS tablet at CTIA 2013

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It's true that cheap affordable Android tablets are a dime a dozen at most trade shows these days, but here at CTIA 2013 we stumbled upon something that caught our eye -- a 7-inch dual-core tablet running Ice Cream Sandwich that costs just $65. The Maxwest TAB-7155DC aka. Ippo...
Hands-on with Maxwest's $65 7-inch dual-core ICS tablet at CTIA 2013
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