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Jabra ROX Wireless in-ear headphones

SEIDIO's Innocell adds battery life for iPhone5/5S

Parrot Asteroid SMART

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4

Apple 13-inch MacBook Air (2014)

ASUS PB287 4K monitor

Hyundai Santa Fe XL 2014

Tech Armor SlimProtect Case for iPhone 5/5s

Roku Streaming Stick

Belkin QODE "Thin Type" keyboard case for the iPad Air

RFID fraud-proof HuMn wallet

Motorola Moto E

Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet

Sony Xperia Z2

Sony SRS-X9 ultra premium personal speaker

Shiny Soap frees up space on Macs with one click

Hyundai Veloster Turbo 2014

Arts Your Case StrongFit Silicon case for iPhone 5/5S

Fugoo Style Bluetooth Speakers

LG G Flex on Rogers

Red Clock app for iPhone weather and alarm

ASUS ZenBook UX310

Dyson DC62 Hand-Held Vacuum

Pelican ProGear CE1150 Protector Series case for iPhone 5/5s

Philips AirFryer

Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 8.4


Alcatel OneTouch Idol X

Nomad ChargeKey for iPhone

Apple Mac Pro (2013)

Kensington Comercio soft folio case for iPad Air

Olympus OM-D E-M1 Micro Four Thirds camera

Jawbone UP24 Fitness Tracker

Dell Venue 8 Pro's wireless keyboard and case


Logitech Ultrathin Bluetooth keyboard for Apple's iPad Air

2013 GMC Terrain

Honeywell HFD320 AirGenius 5 Air Cleaner & Odor Reducer

Dell Venue 8 Pro Tablet

TomTom US & Canada App for Android

Withings Pulse fitness tracker

Sonos PLAY:1 wireless streaming speaker

Martian Passport series smartwatch

Nextivity Cel-Fi RS2 Signal Strength booster

HTC Desire (2013)

Motorola Moto G

iPad mini with Retina Display

Nexus 5

Microsoft Surface 2

Tenqa Fit Bluetooth Earbuds for Sports

HTC One mini

Apple iPad Air

Sony Xperia Z1

BlackBerry Z30

TYLT VU Wireless Charging Stand

Keizus Quadropod + Clamp

Sphero 2.0


Griffin Technology WoodTone Headphones

Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Philips Saeco Poemia Espresso Machine

Nokia Lumia 1020

Huawei Ascend Mate


Samsung Galaxy Mega

Apple 5c Case

Apple 5s Case

Apple iPhone 5s

Apple iPhone 5c

Apple Airport Extreme (2013)

Nexus 7 (2013)

Ultimate Ears Boom Bluetooth speaker and handsfree

2013 Inifiniti FX37 Crossover

Moto X

Sony Xperia Z

Huawei Ascend Y300 on Bell and Virgin

TIMEX Intelligent Quartz Linear Indicator Chronograph watch

BlackBerry Q5

MIO Alpha Heart Rate Monitor

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8-inch Android Tablet

Apple MacBook Air 13-inch (2013)

Chevrolet Sonic RS Turbo

Sensu Brush

Huawei Ascend Y210 

Apple 27-inch iMac

Dyson DC46 Turbinehead Canister Vacuum

BlackBerry Q10

Rogers LTE Rocket Hub ZTE MF2 28B

Braven BRV-1 ultra rugged Bluetooth speaker

Panasonic Lumix DMX-ZS30

Able Planet Clear Harmony NC1050 noise cancellation headphones

RHA MA450i noise isolating earphones with remote and mic

MacBook Pro with Retina Display

Phosphor World e-Ink Watch

Nexus 7 Tablet

Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook

OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion

Bento 4 for iPad

Nokia Lumia 610

Sony Xperia Ion 

Toshiba Excite 7.7-inch tablet

BlackBerry PlayBook 4G-LTE

Motorola RAZR V

Motorola Atrix HD

Sandisk 64GB Extreme USB Flash Drive

Apple iPad (2012)

ioSafe SoloPro Disaster Proof hard drive

Cygnett Apollo Hybrid iPhone 4 case

Dell XPS 14Z Notebook

OlloClip Quick Connect Lens for iPhone 4

Kogeto dot 360' iPhone lens

FujiFilm X10 Camera

ClamCase Keyboard Case for iPad 2 

Toshiba Satellite Z830 Ultrabook

Nikon CoolPix S1200pj camera

Evolution Robotics Mint Plus Robot Cleaner

Acer S3 Ultrabook 


OnePlus One Bamboo back plate now available, starts shipping in August

OnePlus One has said their device will have a Moto X-like customizability for its handset, meaning there would be interchangeable back covers for the device. The first cover their offering is bamboo back cover, which retails for US$49 on the OnePlus Store and start shipping at the end of August. It is admittedly a bit costly and it will be sold separately from the device. This is where it differs from the Moto X, which lets you customize the phone before it is sent to you. But if you want to change up your device’s look, then best be ready to shell out money for it. The other covers that might come in the future include denim, various kinds of wood, as well as Kevlar.

Source: Ubergizmo


Apple patent shows off potential features of ‘iTime’ smartwatch

The tech world has been calling Apple’s much-rumoured smartwatch “iWatch.”  Now, a new patent granted to the company by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office calls the device as “iTime” and reveals some of the features we might see from Apple’s wearable device. The smartwatch will reportedly support arm and wrist gestures with a sensor-filled strap, meaning you can flick your wrist to answer a call or something. The device itself can also be taken out of the strap (much like how the iPod nano can be attached and taken out of its strap). It will have a square-shaped design and have accelerometers, GPS modules, haptic feedback, and Wi-Fi radios.  We’re not sure if this will be what Apple’s wearable device will be like or when it will come out but we will keep you posted on any significant update.

Source: Mashable


Uber makes a Windows Phone debut, misses a few features

Terry Myerson, executive vice president of Operating Systems for Microsoft, kicked off the release of the Uber app as our rider zero on his way to the Microsoft Global Exchange conference in Atlanta.

Windows Phone users how have been missing Uber on their device can breathe a sigh of relief now. Uber is making its way to the platform. However, it is missing a few key features. There isn’t any in-app fare quotes, fare splitting option, and shareable trip information. The other things you can do though include locking in a location, calling for a ride, and sort payments. It still has the basics down. We just hope they get those missing features back soon.


BlackBerry BES10 now available as a hosted service

BlackBerry announced that BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 (BES10) will be available as a hosted service, providing the benefits of BlackBerry’s trusted enterprise mobility management (EMM) and advanced security capabilities with the convenience and cost-effectiveness of outsourced IT administration. With BES10 Hosted, hosting partners can provide customers with easy-to-manage iOS, Android and BlackBerry devices with BlackBerry’s best-in-class security and support in order to meet each customers’ diverse mobile business requirements.

“BlackBerry’s BES10 Hosted is focused on providing more choices and flexibility in how enterprise customers can manage their mobile environments,” said John Sims, President of Enterprise Services at BlackBerry. “We’re working closely with our hosting partners to deliver best-in-class managed services to customers in a way that meets their unique business needs without compromising on security, reliability and cost-efficiency.” Hit jump for all the details.


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Mac OS X Yosemite Public Beta reviewer tips

Beta software is a work in progress which means various features are still being tweaked and refined before the golden master or final build. That said, there's a great opportunity to get a chance to experience the latest and greatest versuon of Apple's desktop and notebook OS. Now that OS X Yosemite is available to those who signed up for the public beta, here are some reminders worth considering before you install the new OS from Cupertino.

Public beta tips:

• This is beta software that is still in development, which means some applications and services may not work as expected.

• We recommend installing OS X Yosemite Beta on a secondary Mac (i.e. not your primary work or school machine).

• Make a back up of your Mac before installing

• Some features require iOS 8, which is not being offered as part of the OS X Beta Program. 

• There will be periodic updates to the OS X Yosemite Beta, and you will be able to upgrade to the final version of OS X Yosemite when it ships this fall.

• Use your Mac as you normally would and if you encounter any issues, use the built-in Feedback Assistant app to report them

• Visit the OS X Beta Program guide for the latest information about the Yosemite beta and how to submit feedback


Preview: Mac OS X Yosemite Public Beta

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla 

One year after what looked to be a massive revamp in look, feel, user experience and naming convention, Mac OS X has undergone and even more dramatic and comprehensive makeover with Mac OS X Yosemite. 

While expected to ship in the fall, there’s currently a Public Beta version of Yosemite available to interested beta testers who are welcome to join Apple engineers and developers in experiencing, testing and fine tuning this most innovative of operating systems. Hit jump to read my first impressions of this new OS.

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