A favorite company of mine, Soundfreaq, has just launched the new Pocket Kick Bluetooth speaker. The Pocket Kick is the successor to the Sound Kick, the first Soundfreaq speaker I ever used. Though it’s similar in many ways, it changes things up by shrinking significantly and adding a longer lasting battery.
The little speaker is only ... Read More »
Less than a month after announcing the Moto E, Motorola today introduced us to its latest gadget.
The Moto Stream is a new accessory that can pair with a smartphone, tablet or computer and wirelessly stream music to a speaker or stereo system. The ... Read More »
An alarm clock is a tool most of us use every day. It’s vital for getting up on time and avoiding getting fired for sleeping in. Many of us use our smartphones for this task, though others have old iPod dock alarms we haven’t gotten rid of. But a phone is often a poor alarm ... Read More »
We recently reviewed a Bluetooth speaker called the G-Project G-POP. As you can remember, we were very impressed with it! At $40, it offered really nice sound, especially at that tiny size. I actually brought it to a picnic the other day, and it impressed quite a few ... Read More »
You can say what you want about the Android game console market, but there is one thing it isn’t: successful. The OUYA is probably the most popular of the bunch thanks to its huge Kickstarter campaign, but as far as we can tell, its post-launch success has been very small. Mad Catz gave it a ... Read More »
Samsung has already announced three new wearable devices: The Gear 2, the Gear 2 Neo, and the Gear Fit. All three are full fledged smartwatches with displays and a variety of sensors. However, with such advanced hardware comes a high price tag. What about those that want a basic fitness band at a low price ... Read More »
Many of you may have never heard of G-Project, but you definitely should. G-Project makes speakers, many of which are of the Bluetooth variety, but with some big twists. They’re made to be rugged, loud and low-cost. But being low-cost has never stopped the speakers from sounding good. This review will be on the G-POP, ... Read More »
We’ve seen connected scales rising in popularity over the last few years as people increasingly look to quantify their diet and exercise. The less resistance in tracking that information the more likely you are to continue with it. And a scale that wirelessly passes your information to your devices streamlines the process quite a bit.
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Congratulations again to Aaron L. who won our previous contest for the X-Doria Dash Pro case and the Bluetune-Bean speaker. Today we have yet another contest for you! This time the prize is a pair of Jaybird’s BlueBuds X Bluetooth headphones.
I’ve had a pair of the BlueBuds X for a few months ... Read More »
Today at IFA 2012 Withings unveiled their second generation wireless scale, which now includes Bluetooth connectivity in addition to WiFi. Thanks to the enhanced connectivity, you no longer need a PC to setup the scale, just a smartphone or tablet.
Like the original, the new Wireless Scale WS-30 measures weight and BMI data. New ... Read More »