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This gadget adds two USB 3.0 ports to Apple’s power adapter

By | Apple, apple inc, Computer Hardware, computing, Gadgets, iPhone, lightning, macbook, macintosh, usb

This is clever. Made by HyperDrive, the USB-C Hub slips onto an Apple USB-C power adapter and adds two USB 3.0 ports. That’s all. I love it and it addresses a major shortcoming of Apple’s current notebook lineup. Apple ditched full-size USB ports in favor of the versatile USB-C. It makes sense on some levels. […]

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Rylo’s shoot first, frame later camera is ideal for casual adventure-seekers

By | 360 degree video, 3D imaging, action camera, Android, Camcorders, Computer Hardware, computing, Gadgets, GoPro, Hardware, mobile device, mobile devices, oled, Reviews, TC, usb, xbox 360

Action cameras are a gadget that mostly cater to a person’s wish to see themselves in a certain way: Most people aren’t skiing off mountains or cliff diving most of the time, but they aspire to. The issue with most action cameras, though, is that even when you actually do something cool, you still have […]

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Anker’s Nebula Capsule portable projector is a pocket powerhouse

By | Amazon, Android, Bluetooth, bluetooth speaker, capsule, coke, computing, Gadgets, Hardware, HDMI, indiegogo, Netflix, Remote Control, Reviews, Speaker, Streaming Media, TC, Technology, usb, wi-fi, wireless

Anker is a device maker that’s rapidly become a go-to brand for affordable, quality accessories include cables, chargers and backup batteries. More recently, it’s started to branch out into additional areas, including projectors through its Nebula brand. The Nebula Capsule is the latest product from that line, a super portable projector with an Android-based OS, […]

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Muse is a simple dedicated Amazon Alexa add-on for the car

By | Alexa, Amazon, amazon alexa, Amazon Echo, Amazon Echo Show, Automotive, Bluetooth, Computer Hardware, computing, Gadgets, Hardware, smart speakers, Speak Music, TC, Technology, usb, wireless

 Want to bring Alexa into your vehicle? You now have a few options, including a new $49.99 accessory from voice tech company Speak Music, which is launching Muse, essentially a Bluetooth-enabled Amazon Echo for the car. The small device allows you to access Alexa skills while on the go, using voice commands and the “Alexa” wake word, while connecting to your in-car stereo system… Read More

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