Archive for the ‘Mobile’ Category

Misfit Speedo Shine

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The Speedo Shine is a new version of Misfit’s tiny fitness tracker, which was launched all the way back in 2013. Unlike the original release, the new tracker is aimed at swimming, offering accurate tracking for any stroke type. Like the original Shine, the new product tracks steps and calories, as well as monitoring sleep. […]

Apple CarPlay is Coming

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In many senses, Apple‘s CarPlay is the one of the most logical releases from Cupertino in several years. People around the world have iPhones and also drive, and too many have been frustrated by a lack of connectivity between the two. CarPlay will be available on select cars beginning this year, allowing iPhones to take over a car’s […]

LG G Pro 2

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LG recently unveiled its new G Pro 2. It’s a larger version of the original G Pro – it packs a 5.9-inch screen, as opposed to its predecessor’s 5.5-inch panel, matching Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 in terms of size, packing the same 1,920 x 1,080 resolution display. Now also featuring an improved camera that can capture both 4K video and 120fps slow-motion […]

Jawbone ERA

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Jawbone recently introduced the ERA, its smallest, lightest and most ergonomic Bluetooth headset to date. Three years in the making, the ERA boasts a new shape that uses the natural contour of the ear, allowing it to be comfortably worn throughout the day as the user listens to music, makes calls and communicates with virtual assistant […]

Facebook Paper

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At the heart of it, Facebook has turned into a kind of news site for friends. The problem is, a lot of people’s friends are boring, leaving the Facebook news feed roundup feeling more like a bad habit than an actual beneficial experience. Recognizing this, Mark Zuckerberg’s triumphant tech behemoth is set to embark on its newest […]

LaCie FUEL

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For those on the market for a mobile storage device to expand the limited capacity of their iPad (or any mobile devices for that matter) the LaCie Fuel is a viable option. Physically, the drive looks something like a cross between a standard external hard drive and a DVD drive – somewhere between the two […]

TV On The Go

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This post brought to you by Bright House Networks. All opinions are 100% ours. Mobile devices have become ubiquitous with everyday life. Everyone from elementary school kids to senior citizens owns a mobile phone or a tablet. And going mobile isn’t limited to being out-and-about.  Most of us use our devices in the home (to […]

Revolv Home Automation

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Once you start automating your home with electronic locks, lights, switches, and other components, the number of apps on your phone can multiply very quickly. Worse, it seems like you should be able to easily link their behavior together yet can’t. After all, if you want the lights to turn off when you leave the […]

Boost Wants to Shrink Your Mobile Payments

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This post brought to you by Boost Mobile’s Shrinking Payments. All opinions are 100% ours. In our time and age, everything is getting smaller, faster and in many cases, less expensive.  But not our phone bills.  To be sure, you can be NEXT with a new phone or JUMP on that mobile plan that allows […]

Help Launch a GPS Satellite

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This post brought to you by GOOD. All opinions are 100% ours. It’s been said that sharing is caring.  Perhaps that’s why the Air Force Collaboratory was created. For the first time, the Air Force has  opened up three real-world, unclassified projects for open collaboration.  It pools some of the best minds in physics and astronomy (students, teachers […]

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