Posts Tagged: "Bluetooth"

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Emberlight Transforms Ordinary Bulbs Into Smart Bulbs

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The new Kickstarter campaign for Emberlight lets you take your existing bulbs and turn them into smart bulbs without any complicated equipment. Simply screw in a dimmable bulb of your choice and then connect it to your existing Wi-Fi router to control it via your smartphone or tablet. Not only...

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The Beacon Smart Yoga Mat Perfects Your Pose

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I’m not a huge yoga person, partly because I’m not that flexible and get embarrassed in classes where all the other students are yoga pros and can easily transition from downward dog to rising sun without stumbling. Not me, which is why the Beacon Yoga Mat is an ingenious invention...

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goTenna Turns Your Phone Into A Two-Way Radio

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Stuck in the woods and don’t know where you’re at? No problem if you have a goTenna device with you. Claiming it can provide service anywhere, anytime, the goTenna acts more as a two-way radio than a cell tower since it needs to connect with  another goTenna device to get...

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NudeAudio Super-M Bluetooth Speaker Review

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lot of portable speakers claim to be rugged, to bear the brunt of the elements and laugh at getting wet. They also tend to cut back on the quality of the audio in order to project this point of view in their outer shell. The results is an impressive chassis...

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PulseOn Redefines The Heart Monitor (video)

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Get the most from your training without the uncomfortableness of bulky chest belts with the PulseOn heart monitor that accurately and reliably measures everything from your rest.  Thanks to its proprietary optical heart rate sensor technology and sophisticated algorithms, you’ll be able to analyze your hear rate in a wide...

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SpiderStyle i5d iPhone Battery Case Review

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I’ve written numerous times about the atrocious battery life the iPhone 5 and 5s get. It’s a daily struggle for me; as an app developer it was awful. As a journalist it’s terrible. And as someone who only uses it for checking emails occasionally and playing with new apps? Still...