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The 10 best tech toys under $200, according to Redditors

By on October 2, 2014 at 12:34 PM.

The 10 best tech toys under $200, according to Redditors

A lot of new tech is out there and it’s hard to choose what to buy and how much to pay for a device — some people can’t afford to drop $700 dollars on a new tablet or phone, for example. They’re looking for stuff that is under $200, but gadgets still good enough to get the job done. This is where we turn to the users of Reddit to find the 10 best tech toys under $200.

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Seek Thermal Camera for iPhone and Android

Check out this insanely cool iPhone thermal camera add-on

By on September 25, 2014 at 3:03 PM.

Check out this insanely cool iPhone thermal camera add-on

The Seek Thermal is a cool standalone smartphone camera add-on that lets users take pictures and record videos in a thermal imaging mode, though many iPhone and Android device owners may not have an actual need for that other than the “coolness” factor. The device attaches to a supported smartphone via a Lightning or microSD port, The Next Web reports, and costs $199. More →

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Apple Watch and iPhone 6 Charger

This awesome Apple Watch wireless charger concept has hidden powers

By on September 18, 2014 at 10:00 PM.

This awesome Apple Watch wireless charger concept has hidden powers

Apple is months away from releasing the new Apple Watch, so the device’s actual retail box is still a mystery. However, The Die Line features a concept from Design Packaging’s designer Evelio Mattos, who has come up with a clever retail box-wireless charger combination for the smartwatch that will also double as an iPhone dock that will be able to charge the watch and a smartphone at the same time. More →

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T-Mobile CellSpot Review

T-Mobile CellSpot review: Another game-changer from the Un-carrier

T-Mobile CellSpot review: Another game-changer from the Un-carrier

By on September 17, 2014 at 8:00 AM.

What if, with a comparatively minuscule investment, a wireless carrier could increase its network coverage dramatically without building a single new cell tower or working out any new licensing deals? It might sound impossible, but T-Mobile did exactly that last week when it announced plans to “unleash” Wi-Fi.

The company’s “Un-carrier 7.0” event was quite entertaining, as all events led by T-Mobile CEO John Legere are. But this is about much more than entertainment. In an industry dominated by risk-averse giants that are perceived as anything but consumer friendly, T-Mobile is forcing change that, for the most part, benefits subscribers as much as it benefits the company’s bottom line.

And T-Mobile’s latest big Un-carrier move fits that mold perfectly. More →

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Microsoft Universal Mobile Keyboard

Microsoft just created the only tablet keyboard you’ll ever need

By on September 16, 2014 at 8:15 PM.

Microsoft just created the only tablet keyboard you’ll ever need

Microsoft has done a lot of work to make its popular Office software work well on both iOS and Android over the last year but now the company is making Android and iOS-compatible hardware as well. Microsoft this week took the wraps off its new Universal Mobile Keyboard, a new tablet accessory that will give you a Surface-style keyboard for your Windows, iOS or Android tablet. More →

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Phorce Pro 26,000mAh Battery Bag

Phorce Pro is the only portable battery you’ll ever need to charge all your devices on the go

By on September 5, 2014 at 1:38 PM.

Phorce Pro is the only portable battery you’ll ever need to charge all your devices on the go

Battery charging is one of the most common problems with mobile devices, especially for people who are always traveling and carrying various gadget combos, including smartphones, tablets and/or laptops that all need constant battery attention. There are many extremely interesting portable batteries that can be used to recharge some of these devices while traveling, but Phorce Pro may be the only one you’ll need to consider thanks to its massive 26,000mAh charge that can be used for… basically anything. More →

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Moto Hint and Power Pack Micro

Meet Motorola’s tiny accessories that will make the Moto X even better

By on September 5, 2014 at 6:50 AM.

Meet Motorola’s tiny accessories that will make the Moto X even better

Motorola on early Friday unveiled two new smartphones, the second-generation Moto X and second-generation Moto G, the Moto 360 wearable, but also some interesting accessories that should make your Moto X experience even better, provided you choose to buy either model later this year. These are the Moto Hint, a tiny wireless earbud that you’ll hardly notice, and the Motorola Power Pack Micro, a battery pack ready to quickly charge a phone and even find it. More →

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Logitech Keyboard K480 Accessory

Logitech has come up with the only keyboard you’ll ever need to control all your devices

By on September 4, 2014 at 10:00 PM.

Logitech has come up with the only keyboard you’ll ever need to control all your devices

Logitech at IFA 2014 unveiled a new keyboard accessory that can be connected over Bluetooth not only with smartphones and tablets but also with Macs and PCs, making it the only keyboard you’ll need to simply control all your devices – or at least up to three of them – simultaneously. More →

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Indiegogo Bleep Charging and Backup Cable

Meet Bleep, a simple iCloud alternative for backing up all your nude pictures

By on September 4, 2014 at 11:25 AM.

Meet Bleep, a simple iCloud alternative for backing up all your nude pictures

Bleep is a smartphone accessory that has already passed its $20,000 goal on Indiegogo with 51 days left in the campaign, which means it will become an official product ready to fix two particular problems smartphone users have – charging the battery of their device and simultaneously backing up their personal data on it. More →

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Roam Ropes

Beats cofounder takes on Apple with futuristic new headphones

Beats cofounder takes on Apple with futuristic new headphones

By on September 4, 2014 at 9:00 AM.

Apple’s recent $3 billion acquisition of Beats shocked the tech world for a number of reasons. For one, it marks the first time Apple will take on and manage a non-Apple brand. For another, Beats’ core strategy — sell mid-quality, high-cost headphones by marketing them to young consumers as “cool” — doesn’t seem to align with Apple’s product strategies. But the deal is done, and now we sit back and wait to see what new products Beats comes up with under Apple’s wing.

One man isn’t content to sit around and wait, however. Beats cofounder Steven Lamar has broken away from his former company and on Thursday, he announced innovative new headphones called Ropes that aim to rocket wearable audio accessories into the future. More →

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iPhone 6 Reversible USB Cable

Here’s another way the iPhone 6 might disappoint you

By on September 1, 2014 at 10:35 AM.

Here’s another way the iPhone 6 might disappoint you

We hope you weren’t getting your hopes up too much that Apple was going to just give you a cool new reversible USB cable when you bought the iPhone 6. 9to5Mac directs our attention to a new research note from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who says that Apple’s new reversible USB Lightning connector won’t be shipping with the iPhone 6 and it’s not clear whether Apple plans to release the new connector at all. Kuo says that Apple believes the reversible USB connector will offer only “limited improvements to overall user experience” and thus won’t be worth the extra money to ship with the iPhone 6. More →

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Samsung Gear Circle Headphones

Apple definitely isn’t suing Samsung over these things

By on August 28, 2014 at 12:40 PM.

Apple definitely isn’t suing Samsung over these things

Here’s an accessory that you definitely can’t accuse Samsung of copying from anyone else. In addition to announcing its Gear S smartwatch earlier on Thursday, Samsung also took the wraps off a new set of headphones designed to compliment the device that are certainly original, to say the least. More →

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