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Sony Xperia Z Ultra

Sony Xperia Z Ultra

Although Samsung’s been leading the big smartphone charge with its Galaxy Note and Galaxy Mega devices, Sony is leaping into the same waters with the Xperia Z Ultra, an Android smartphone with a whopping 6.4-inch 1080p display. At just 6.5mm thick, the Xperia Z Ultra is incredibly thin; easily one […]

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Ouya Android Gaming Console

Ouya Android Gaming Console

Raking in over $8.5 million in Kickstarter funding, the Ouya is a little console that is set to disrupt the traditional $400-500 black do-it-all game consoles by Sony and Microsoft. Powered by Android and no larger than three-inches on each side, the Ouya is basically a suped-up smartphone that isn’t […]

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Pickpocket Torq by Pangea Designs

Pickpocket Torq by Pangea Designs

Leather key holders aren’t for everyone. Sometimes, metal is better, and more utilitarian. Enter the Pickpocket Torq by Pangea Designs. Featuring a titanium skeletonized design, the Pickpocket Torq is a lightweight, but durable bottle opener with a 1/4″ Hex driver wrench. It also has a “Pocketclip” for attachment to a […]

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Pentax Q7

Pentax Q7

We’ve seen our fair share of tiny-sized cameras, but the smallest interchangeable lens camera of them all is now the Pentax Q7. As the follow-up to last year’s Q10, the Pentax Q7 has a 12-megapixel CMOS sensor that’s as large as some high-end point and shoot cameras, a pop-out flash […]

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Samsung Galaxy NX Android-powered Camera with LTE

Samsung Galaxy NX Android-powered Camera with LTE

Not a day goes by without Samsung, the world’s largest electronics company, dropping a new piece of gadgetry. Newly announced is the Galaxy NX, an interchangeable lens camera with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. It is the first interchangeable lens camera with built-in LTE and Wi-Fi. Clearly designed for sharing photogs, […]

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom

Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom

Samsung’s milking its Galaxy S4 brand like there’s no tomorrow. It feels like a new GS4 variant is announced every week; the GS4 Mini, GS4 Active. Now, there’s the Galaxy S4 Zoom. We’re not sure whether the GS4 Zoom is a smartphone with a better optical zoom lens or a […]

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Logitech UE Boom

Logitech UE Boom

Buying a good portable Bluetooth speaker used to be simple. You bought a Jambox and that was it. One of our favorite portable BT speakers is Logitech’s UE Mobile Boombox. It’s compact, loud, and only costs $100 (less if you know where to look). Up until now, if you wanted […]

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PlayStation 4

PlayStation 4

This fall, Microsoft and Sony will duke it out for the living room with the Xbox One and PlayStation4, respectively. Whereas the Xbox One looks like a VCR from yesteryear, Sony’s rhombus-shaped PS4 is sleek, thin and powerful; it’s about the same dimensions as the second-generation PS3. At $399 — […]

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Samsung Galaxy x Jay-Z’s Magna Carta Holy Grail

Samsung Galaxy x Jay-Z’s Magna Carta Holy Grail

Jay-Z’s next album “Magna Carta Holy Grail” drops on July 4. But if you want to hear it early (legally) and get the entire album for free, you’d better hope you’re a Samsung fan. The Korean giant has purchased 1 million copies of “Magna Carta Holy Grail” and its giving them […]

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Mac Pro

Mac Pro

It looks like a trash bin, but what you see here is actually the next-generation Mac Pro, Apple’s professional desktop computer. Gone is the aluminum tower, and in its place is an all-black cylindrical design. At 9.9-inches tall and 6.6-inches wide, the new Mac Pro takes up only eighth the […]

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Leica X Vario

Leica X Vario

There’s a specific reason why people like German-made cars such as BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Audi: the company’s pay attention to details and take their time perfecting their products until they’re ready for release. The same applies for Leica’s new X Vario camera that packs a whole lot of power in […]

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Wireless Charging Pad and Cover

Samsung Galaxy S4 Wireless Charging Pad and Cover

One of the features of the Samsung Galaxy S4 supports is wireless charging. Unfortunately, it’s not a native feature built directly into the smartphone. To cut the cables, you’ll need to get a Qi-enabled Wireless Charging Pad from Samsung (or use your own) and purchase a Wireless Charging Cover that […]