Posts Tagged: "Apple"

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Satechi 7 Port USB 3.0 Premium Aluminum Hub Review

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USB 3.0 hubs are expensive and generally hard to come by. USB 3.0 is still in its infancy, though the significantly faster data transfer port is in every new computer you can buy today. At 5GB/s, it’s over ten times as fast as USB 2.0 and still supports the older...

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6 iPhone/iPad Apps You Need Now – Edition 1 (list)

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Welcome to Gadget Review’s new weekly app review column. We’re starting out with iOS apps only, but in the future we will extend to other OS ecosystems. If you have an app to recommend, please do so in the comments or via our social media channels.   1. Mynd Free,...

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Startech Thunderbolt Docking Station Review

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With any computer that uses Thunderbolt, unless you’ve got the cash to buy a couple of Thunderbolt Displays to go along with it, there’s very little most users can do with the high density data transfer connector. It’s expensive and has very little support in the PC community, even if...

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Roadtrip!: Apple’s CarPlay Goes Aftermarket

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In Apple’s 2013 Worldwide Developers Conference Keynote, SVP Eddy Cue detailed “iOS in the Car.” This news was expected, as a few car companies had already integrated an “Eyes-Free Siri” feature. But Siri was basically a voice-search, not an immersive Apple ecosystem experience. “iOS in the Car” was a different...

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A-Audio Legacy ANC Headphones Review

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Noise cancelling headphones have a bad rap, and for good reason: the theory is great, but in practice most fall flat. The principle of noise cancellation is simple: block out interfering audio by creating an interference pattern so the bad noise is cancelled out. However, there’s almost always a lot...

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Satechi Blutooth Wireless Smart Keypad Review

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Use a Mac and the included Wireless Keyboard? As nice as it is, I prefer the Wired Keyboard because it’s just as light, just as thin, doesn’t need battery replacement (even though the Wireless Keyboard only needs new batteries once every 7-9 months), and because it has a number pad....

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Apple Just Opened Their First Retail Store In Turkey

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Turkish consumers celebrated a milestone of sorts this week, as the first Apple retail store opened in the country. Housed in Istanbul’s Zorlu Center complex, the store certainly brings the wow factor the company’s 423 other brick and mortar locations around the world are known for. The store itself is...