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Dubs Aren’t Ear Plugs: They’re Noise Filters

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We live in a world bathed in noise. No, seriously. Think about all the sounds that you’ve just… gotten used to over the years. The hums, the beeps, the rumbles, the roars, all that stuff that’s constantly assaulting your ears. Wouldn’t it be nice to filter some of the audio...

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Zipbuds’ Slide Earbuds Eliminates Annoying Tangles

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Tangled earbuds are the worst. It’s so annoying to grab them from your bag, only to have to spend precious time untangling them. And, of course, it always happens when you’re in a hurry and have little time to waste. The people at Zipbuds sympathize with our tangled earbuds plight...

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Ematic MediaBeam Streaming Media Player Review

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lot has been made of Chromecast, Google’s combination of a “Smart TV” dongle and linkage with a smartphone or computer. But the first out of the gate isn’t always the winner, so don’t count the MediaBeam out because it doesn’t have as big a “name.” Or ignored,  as this $29.99...

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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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ROCKI PLAY Review

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f you had to take a count of those people who  have audio systems — specifically an amplifier — in their home theater, it would probably equal less than those who have portable Bluetooth speakers. But a portable is never going to match the power of an audio system, not...

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Poppy 3D Camera Review

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D photography requires two lenses in order to create depth in an image — so the specialized camera has had to be expensive and complicated to use. But wouldn’t it make sense to use the camera that everyone carries with them all the time in their cellphone? But how to...

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SLIMMY Wallet Original with RFID Shielding Review

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here’s lessons learned if you lived in New York, as I did in the 80’s and 90’s, that dealt with how you entered and exited an ATM. Being vigilant required keeping your eyes open and having fast reflexes. These “analog” preventative measures ensured that no one followed you into an...

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FlatWave Mini Indoor HD Antenna Review

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he advent of cable had people applauding when it first appeared some 20+ years ago: after all, now a home that couldn’t get any TV reception from an antenna could finally watch broadcast channels like ABC, NBC and CBS. But in a case of “be careful what you wish for,”...

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Keyport Slide 2.0 Review

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ity the poor keychain — neglected, ignored and unloved. But what is a keychain today other than just a mechanism designed to scratch the smartphone sharing the same pocket? So that’s where the Keyport Slide 2.0 differs: it’s a modern means for carrying and accessing keys as well as 21st...

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Holy Grail Screen Protector for the iPhone 5 Review

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hy do most screen protectors come with “backups” when you buy them? If the idea is that the screen protector will keep the phone’s screen from being damaged, wouldn’t one be enough? Or is it that the company knows that the screen protector won’t last and so provides additional ones...