Posts Tagged: "3.5"

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Bem Speaker Band Review

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hat’s the deal with the whole “smart watch” thing when it’s the phone in the pocket doing all the heavy lifting? I don’t need little apps dancing in an LCD window, the whole purpose of the original Dick Tracy watch was that it was a telephone. Now sure the 21st...

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iRig MIC Cast Review

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verybody knows that smart phones have replaced point and shoot cameras, and it’s no secret that the quality of the phone’s camera has improved from one model to the next. Not so mentioned is the quality of the phone’s microphone — the original purpose being for phone calls but also...

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Soak In Some Summer Fun With Extreme Water Tag

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It’s been a harsh winter in some places of the nation, with the thought of summer a warm welcome from the cold. While you’re planning your summer fun, make sure it includes the Extreme Water Tag play set that’s as much fun for adults as it is for kids. Made...

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Elgato Smart Key Review

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here’s been a proliferation of “smart tags” for smartphones: little tokens with Bluetooth technology inside that pair with a phone to provide direction to an attached keychain or camera or whatnot. But there’s been two problems keeping many of these from being effective. The first being that a rechargeable battery...

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Mattel Hot Wheels Car Maker Playset Review

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attel’s Hot Wheels has been, and continues to be a successful toy franchise of cars and accessories that most little boys enjoy playing with. But to attain the status of a “big boy” toy, Hot Wheels has to offer even more…as in being able to actually MAKE the Hot Wheels...

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Google Chromecast Review

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here’s been a lot of effort directed at finding ways to transfer content from a smartphone or tablet wirelessly to the big screen (i.e., TV). The problem has been the lack of a universal standard that everybody can use, and as a result the technology either comes already hardwired into...