Rapoo A600 Bluetooth speaker review

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Rapoo, maker of countless computer, mobile, and smart home accessories, is attempting to leave its mark on the Bluetooth speaker market. Rapoo already offers a variety of Bluetooth speakers from small to large, but one of their latest models, the A600, falls somewhere in the middle. Rapoo ...

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BlueAnt Pump HD Sportbuds Review

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Bluetooth headphones have been gaining popularity, but some users may still be searching for great headphones that can withstand their daily routine. Enter BlueAnt, a company specializing in Bluetooth accessories, and their Pump HD Sportbuds. BlueAnt put a lot of time and thought into these ...

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Supertooth Disco 4 Bluetooth speaker review

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Bluetooth speakers are becoming more and more popular, and SuperTooth is quite the superpower in the market of Bluetooth accessories. They make everything from car kits to speakers to headsets, and one of their latest creations is the fourth installment in their Disco line of wireless Bluetooth ...

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The HTC One (M8) officially announced

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What has possibly been the most leaked phone to date, the HTC One (M8) is finally official. The HTC One (M8) is sporting Android 4.4.2 KitKat and Sense 6.0, an updated version of HTC’s custom software. Here are the official specs for HTC’s new flagship: 5-inch 1080p Super LCD3 ...

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WitRigs Flexible PC/TPU Hybrid Bumper for Galaxy S4 Review

WitRigs has managed to create a bumper for the Galaxy S4 that’s protective, flexible, and light, all wrapped in a package that’s offered in a nearly endless selection of colors. I got the opportunity to review one of the colored/transparent bumpers, as well as one of the ...

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WitRigs Aluminum Bumper for Galaxy S4 Review

Bumper cases have grown in popularity over the last few years, but some users have expressed concerns that they don’t offer enough drop protection. To combat this problem, we’ve also seen a rise in metal bumpers, like the aluminum bumpers from WitRigs. For users that want the ...

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YiFang launches NextONE smartwatch and wristband pedometer

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YiFang Digital launched a few pieces of wearable tech this week at CES, and they’re hoping to make a splash in a market that’s quickly becoming more populated. The NextONE line of devices offers a smartwatch and a wristband pedometer for Android and iOS devices. Both are set to ...

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Google Glass prescription lenses now available from Wetley

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Users have been asking for prescription lenses for Google Glass for some time now, and Wetley is answering those pleas. They’ve launched a line of prescription glasses and sunglasses compatible with Glass, which you can see in the demo video below. There are several different options to ...

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Logitech Pro announced for Galaxy TabPro and NotePro

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Hot off Samsung’s CES keynote and the reveal of the new Galaxy TabPro and NotePro, Logitech has already announced a protective case with a built-in keyboard for the two devices. According to Logitech, the new accessory will fit both devices thanks to a system of clips that hold either ...

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Instagram announces Direct, for sending photos and videos to friends

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Instagram just announced a new feature for their popular image and video-sharing service, and they’re calling it Instagram Direct. In essence, it works the same way as posting a photo or video to Instagram, except that users can select specific people or groups of people to see it. ...

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Sprint Moto X becomes last to receive Android 4.4 KitKat, update rolling out now

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After watching Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile Moto X users get their Android 4.4 updates, it appears that Sprint users are finally joining the club. Reports are coming in that Moto X devices on Sprint’s network began receiving OTA KitKat updates today, and the rollout is expected to ...

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Oppo teasing Find 7 on Twitter, launching soon

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Oppo has been moving up in the smartphone world in the past year or so with their Find 5 last year and the CyanogenMod-powered N1 from earlier this year. It’s no surprise that they’re not slowing down, and they’ve just begun teasing what’s likely to be their latest ...

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Galaxy Note 3 Lite entering production stage?

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We heard whispers of a “lite” version of Samsung’s latest flagship device, the Galaxy Note 3, just last week. Now, sources in Korea are reporting that Sammy has already begun production on this device. According to sources, 500,000 units will be produced in January 2014, ...

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Booq Galaxy S4 Complete Protection Kit review

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You may not have heard of Booq, a company mostly known for making laptop sleeves and cases, but they’re venturing into the smartphone world with “Complete Protection Kits” for various devices. I had the chance to use their Complete Protection Kit for the Galaxy S4, which ...

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App Review: Start, from the makers of Active Lockscreen

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I got the chance to review Active Lockscreen, made by Celltick, at the beginning of this year. It was a great, simple lockscreen replacement that just worked. While it was missing a few things, I was quite satisfied with it. The guys over at Celltick have been hard at work, and they just rolled ...

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