Daily Archives: September 17, 2012


Lexus LF-CC Concept Car

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Originally scheduled to debut at the upcoming Paris Motor Show, Lexus decided to release details on its LF-CC two-door hybrid coupe concept. The hybrid concept features the same L-finesse design language that was seen on the LF-LC concept that was unveiled back in January in Detroit, but the LF-CC is...

Take 2 Video Game Giveaway

Win a copy of Borderlands 2 and a copy of Spec Ops the Line from Gadget Review (contest)


Gadget Review and Take 2 are giving away a copy of Borderlands 2 and a copy of Spec Ops the Line ($120 value) to one lucky Gadget Review reader! Borderlands 2 (releasing 9/18) is a hybrid First-Person Shooter, RPG game focused on over-the-top co-op play, and set in the open-world game...

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Logitech UE Boombox Portable Bluetooth Speaker Review


Let’s face it.  We live in a mobile world.  You can thank smartphones, tablet devices, super light weight notebooks, and ultra fast Internet connections any where we roam. As a result, no longer do we sit in front of the fireplace and listen to music.  In fact, more often than...


Wang Bud Earbuds by Fanny Wang Review

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Last week we published my Logitech UE 900 earbud review. It’s a great product, albeit enormously expensive. Beyond the price, I also kvetch about the drawbacks concerning the earbud earpieces . They fit deep and tight in to your unassuming ear holes, resulting in inevitable ear aches after extended use....

Ice Crash

ICEdot iPhone Crash Sensor Automatically Places a Call if You Fall of Your Skateboard (video)


[GR]RZhdek7d99Y[/GR] Fall of your bike, snowboard, or skateboard and usually someone will come to your aid.  That is provided you’ve got some cohorts in tow.  Fly solo, though, and you could remain trapped in a ditch, or drainage hole for days. The ICEdot is a small sensor that attaches to...

Fitbit One

Fitbit One Pedometer is a Steal at $100, Syncs to Your iPhone via Bluetooth (pics)

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So Nike’s Fuelband might be the coolest pedometer on the market.  The design is unrivaled and easily draws attention.  However, our testing proved it inaccurate and as a result probably not worth the $150 investment.  Nevertheless, it does sync directly with your iPhone via Bluetooth, which is something that Fitbit’s...




You hear that familiar beeping sound? That’s the sound of imaging joy as Olympus continues to back up its dump truck of press goodies. Today has already birthed three very different and very powerful new compact cameras. If you missed that news, then do yourself a favor and get up to...

LIFX Lightbulb

LIFX Lightbulb: an iPhone Controllable LED Colored Light Bulb with Automation (video)


Not too long ago, the only way you could control your home’s lighting, blinds, music and more, was to invest in an exceptionally expensive system from the likes of Creston.  However, in the last few years we’ve seen a variety of products emerge, and flourish with success no less, that...

Canon Powershot SX50

Canon’s Powershot SX50 HS Zooms a Massive 50x Opitcal


Not too bore you with too much camera news this morning, but it’s a bit too hard to resist a story on the world’s biggest optical zoom point and shoot cameras, the Powershot SX50 HS from Canon. It’s not exactly a pocket friendly form factor, and in fact looks more...

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Canon Powershot S110 Camera Might be the Best Point and Shoot Thanks to WiFi


So perhaps Olympus’s newest PEN shooters are bit too much camera for you?  Might we suggest Canon’s just announced S110. If the Powershot S110 name sounds familiar, it’s because Canon just released the S100 last year.  From what we’ve heard it’s one of the best point and shoot cameras on...


Olympus Announces STYLUS XZ-2 iHS Empowering The Digital Age


Olympus advances their press assault with the line-blurring new Olympus STYLUS XZ-2 iHS digital camera. It’s a “ultra-high” image quality marvel in a compact digital design. The company is billing the SYLUS XZ-2 iHS digital as the new flagship high performance point-and-shoot. So you can expect professional grade DSLR fine...