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    Notchbook iPad Air Case Review

    There hasn’t been much new in the way of iPad cases in a while. That is until now. Check out the new Notchbook case from Chil. What makes it different? They’ve added a ‘notch’ or flap in the case to make it easier to hold. Sometimes you need to open your case to use your […]

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    Microsoft Surface 2 Gets New Life with AT&T’s 4G LTE

    The Surface 2 is getting a refresh today, with a brand new 4G LTE model hitting shelves, which will work with AT&T’s network. As always when talking about the Surface, we’ll get this cleared up from the start – this is the ARM-powered, Windows RT 8.1 version of the Surface 2. It’s the pure tablet, […]

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    Boogie Board Sync Review

    Are you still using paper and a pen for taking notes? The Boogie Board Sync is going change that. While you may have tried, iPads and other tablets are just not that convenient for taking notes quickly and simply. This is where Boogie Board excels. And their newest product, the Sync 9.7, may just be […]

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    Gumdrop DropTech Color iPad Air Case Review

    Sometimes you need a little extra protection for your iPad. Perhaps you are using it outdoors or you are worried about it slipping from your child’s hands. In either case, you’ll need a heavy duty case like the Gumdrop DropTech Color. This case is very well built, with a rugged, tire tread pattern to improve […]

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    8 Ways Qualcomm Will Affect Our Mobile Lives in 2014

    Qualcomm was a major player behind the scenes at MWC this year. For starters, their Snapdragon processor is powering practically all of the hottest phones that have been announced at the show – that includes everything from the Samsung Galaxy S5, to the Xperia Z2. But beyond the hardware announcements, Qualcomm had several other new […]

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    Huawei Takes a Stab at Wearables with TalkBand B1

    Huawei had a few announcements at this year’s Mobile World Congress, including a brand new device in everyone’s favorite category, that tablet-sized smartphone. The Huawei MediaPad X1 is a 7” tablet with full phone functionality. There’s a 1920 x 1200 LTPS HD display with 10-point capacitive touch, along with a pretty massive 5,000 mAh battery. […]

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    Eye Tribe Makes Jedi Mind Control Available for Your Android Device

    Forget gesture and voice control – pretty soon, you’ll be gliding around on your smartphone with just your eyeballs. That’s how The Eye Tribe sees things, anyway, and they’re looking to put it into practice with their new Android SDK. The Eye Tribe has already made their eye tracking technology compatible with Windows PCs, Macs, […]

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    Le Pan 9″ Budget Android Tablet Review

    What does a budget tablet get you these days? A pretty capable device actually. Sure, at $120 you have to set your expectations low and come to terms with no frills. That said, the Le Pan Haier (HG-9041) is a 9″ Android tablet that runs Jelly Bean and comes in a variety of colors. The […]

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    Nokia Lumia 2520 Windows Tablet Review

    The Nokia Lumia 2520 is the first Windows RT powered tablet from Nokia. The company has hit a home run when it comes to Windows Phones, but how did they do the first time around with a tablet? It turns out they’ve nearly knocked this one out of the park too. So much so, that […]

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    This No. 2 Pencil is Actually a Stylus – Review

    When it comes to choosing a stylus there are dozens and dozens of choices for you. But none will feel as nostalgic as the No. 2 Pencil Stylus from Griffin. How many of us have fond memories from our school days, and that trusty No. 2 pencil that was always in our hand. From the […]

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    Get a Grip with the Notchbook Case for iPad Air

    Tablet cases aren’t always the most comfortable things to hold. I’m already imagining an infomercial where a frustrated man tries to cradle his iPad case in his open hand, all for it to slip out and fall to the floor, knocking a cup of coffee out of his other hand. What a mess! Fortunately, there’s […]

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    Incipio Lexington Case for iPad Mini with Retina – Review

    Looking for a stylish, sophisticated case for your iPad Mini Retina? Then check out the Lexington Kickstand Folio case from Incipio. Like many of Incipio’s cases, this case is made out of a combination of their Plextonium, microsuede and Vegan (faux) leather. The rigid Plextonium used for the hard shell frame is sturdy with just enough […]