Indiegogo Dolfi Ultrasonic Clothes Washing

This tiny gadget turns your ordinary sink into a high-tech washing machine

By on January 23, 2015 at 9:45 PM.

This tiny gadget turns your ordinary sink into a high-tech washing machine

With almost a month left in its Indiegogo campaign, Dolfi has already topped its $100,000 goal by more than $25,000 by convincing many backers to invest in its interesting clothes-washing technology. Dolfi is a tiny device, about as big as a smartphone, that can wash delicate clothes by itself using ultrasonic technology to remove dirt from clothes that are immersed in a sink or other container with water and washing powder. More →

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Cheap Bluetooth Audio Adapter

This gadget turns any speaker into a wireless speaker, and it’s only $25 on Amazon

By on January 22, 2015 at 4:25 PM.

This gadget turns any speaker into a wireless speaker, and it’s only $25 on Amazon

Your smartphone, your tablet and your laptop all play music, but none of the speakers in your home are compatible with Bluetooth. You don’t want to waste money on a brand new speaker, because the one you own is perfectly fine… other than the whole Bluetooth thing. It’s about time you looked into picking up a Bluetooth audio adapter. More →

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Crashed Drone: Crystal Meth

Better Call Saul: Crystal meth smuggling drone crashes near border

By on January 22, 2015 at 12:50 PM.

Better Call Saul: Crystal meth smuggling drone crashes near border

No, this isn’t a scenario from the upcoming Breaking Bad spinoff Better Caul Saul, though it does involve crystal meth. Specifically, more than six pounds of the illegal substance, or around 3 kilos, were found near the crash site of a drone, which was believed to be attempting to carry the load over the Mexican border and into California. More →

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Best iPhone Cases PopSlate

This brilliant new case gives your iPhone a second display

By on January 21, 2015 at 12:43 PM.

This brilliant new case gives your iPhone a second display

Smartphones with dual displays have never really take off but one new iPhone case is hoping to change that. The popSLATE case is a very clever new accessory that you can attach to your iPhone to give yourself a smaller black-and-white rear display on the back of the device. The case itself features a microcontroller, on-board memory and a dual-mode Bluetooth chip, so it’s like another mobile device in and of itself. More →

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iPhone 6 Cases

Deal alert: You won’t believe how thin and sleek this $4 iPhone 6 case is

By on January 16, 2015 at 12:45 PM.

Deal alert: You won’t believe how thin and sleek this $4 iPhone 6 case is

We don’t often cover smartphone cases here on BGR. When we do, however, we typically focus specifically on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus because the sad fact of the matter is that these new Apple smartphones are accidents waiting to happen. They’re incredibly slim and the aluminum housings are very slippery. As a result, it’s all too easy for the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus to slide out of your hand during usage, and we all know that even a short drop can be disastrous if the phone lands at a bad angle.

The cases we cover are often expensive because, as far as we’re concerned, if you have to cover up the iPhone’s beautiful design you should probably do it with something stylish. We sometimes get requests for cheaper iPhone 6 case options though, so we’ve done some digging and we may have hit the jackpot. More →

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Selfie Sticks Are Stupid

This cartoon will shame you into never buying a ‘selfie stick’

By on January 15, 2015 at 7:45 PM.

This cartoon will shame you into never buying a ‘selfie stick’

One of the more unfortunate trends to pop up at CES 2015 this year was the “selfie stick,” which is basically just a stick that you can attach to your phone and use it to hold the phone farther away from you so you can snap better selfies. The Oatmeal has put together a new cartoon flowchart that will help you decide whether you should buy yourself a selfie stick… and it basically says that you have no reason to do so unless you’re either Japanese or someone who has given up on life. More →

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Indiegogo: SONICable iPhone 6 and Android

Charge your iPhone 6 faster than ever with this special cable

By on January 15, 2015 at 6:15 PM.

Charge your iPhone 6 faster than ever with this special cable

One of the battles smartphone users have to constantly fight is running out of battery life when they least expect it. There are many ways to deal with poor battery life when it comes to software settings and tricks, and plenty of highly portable external battery packs to choose from for extra battery charges. But one company has decided to take a different approach to fixing your battery problems on the iPhone 6, or any Android handset for that matter. More →

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WayTools TextBlade

This tiny magnetic keyboard might be the coolest iPhone accessory we’ve ever seen

By on January 13, 2015 at 11:15 AM.

This tiny magnetic keyboard might be the coolest iPhone accessory we’ve ever seen

Typing on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus is now a much better experience than it has been in the past, thanks largely to two main points. First, the screens on Apple’s latest iPhones are larger, which means the tap targets on the keyboard are bigger and easier to hit while typing quickly. Also, the software keyboard itself is much better in iOS 8 than it has ever been before.

But the simple fact of the matter is that typing on glass with no tactile response will never be as good an experience as typing on a real physical keyboard, but size and portability will always be an issue. That’s exactly why the new TextBlade keyboard from WayTools is so intriguing. More →

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Motorola 3,000mAh Power Pack Sale

Amazing deal: You can now buy Motorola’s $50 3,000mAh Power Pack for just $9

By on January 9, 2015 at 12:05 PM.

Amazing deal: You can now buy Motorola’s $50 3,000mAh Power Pack for just $9

Want a great battery pack for your phone? Even better, do you want to get one for the super-low price of just $8.99? Droid Life brings us word that eBay is having a deal on the Motorola 3,000mAh Power Pack on Friday that will cut its price all the way down from $50 to just under $9. Even better, if you feel like getting a two-pack of these battery packs, you can get them for just $14.99 on Friday. More →

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Belfie Stick Smartphone Accessory

Yes, there’s an accessory to help you take better selfies of your… other assets

By on January 7, 2015 at 9:30 PM.

Yes, there’s an accessory to help you take better selfies of your… other assets

If you thought selfie sticks were silly then you’ll probably hate this new smartphone accessory even more, but that’s only if you’re annoyed at people taking photos of themselves in all sorts of situations. On the other hand, if you definitely need to up your selfie game, and you’re tired of taking selfies in the mirror to highlight some of the otherwise more difficult body parts to photograph, then the Belfie Stick is definitely for you. More →

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Leef iBridge for iPhone and iPad

Use this tiny storage dongle to make sure your iPhone has enough space to handle iOS 9

By on January 7, 2015 at 7:45 AM.

Use this tiny storage dongle to make sure your iPhone has enough space to handle iOS 9

One of Apple’s problems with iOS devices, which became even more apparent after the launch of iOS 8, is limited storage available to the user for the most basic iPhone and iPad models, especially considering the increased amount of digital content users store on them.  More →

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Razer Forge TV Android Micro-console

Razer’s Forge TV Android micro-console will attempt to succeed where all others have failed

By on January 6, 2015 at 6:45 PM.

Razer’s Forge TV Android micro-console will attempt to succeed where all others have failed

There is always a healthy mix of products at CES, from those that will never see the light of day, to those that will launch and immediately bomb, to those that are sure-fire hits right out of the gate. Some developers bank on successful ideas and put their own spin on them in order to ensure that, at the very least, someone will buy their product, but others prefer to take risks.

I would consider the Razer Forge TV a risky proposition. More →

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