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    Hands on Video: The Sony Tennis Racket is an Ace

    For a long time, an advanced tennis racket was just one made of titanium with one of those little shock absorbers slipped onto the bottom. That changes after this year’s CES, where Sony has revealed their smart tennis racket. It’s basically a tennis racket – that part, you don’t change much. At the bottom of […]

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    Oh Yeah!! 24/7 WWE Network Coming in February

    How much wrestling can you handle? Hope it’s a lot, because you’re about to get 24/7 worth of it come February. That’s when the WWE Network launches – but, this isn’t a new cable channel. It’s a pretty significant leap in terms of distribution – the WWE Network will be the first 24/7 streaming network […]

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    Pocket-Sized Scanadu is a Tricorder for the 21st Century [Video]

    The Scanadu Scout is the modern day tricorder, a device that can read and monitor your health and vitals in mere seconds. The pocket sized device, Scanadu, is an Apple-esque device that when applied to your head for 10 seconds will record the very same vital signs that the doctor does. There’s an accompanied app that […]

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    Exclusive: Hands On with Mophie Space Pack

    Mophie’s Space Pack Charger and Storage Case for iPhone has been one of the most buzzed about gadgets here at CES 2014. We just received an exclusive hands on demo and will admit that the device lives up to the hype. Physically, the Mophie Space Pack is nearly identical to their Juice Pack Air, a […]

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    Hands on with the ASUS ZenFone 4, ZenFone 5 and ZenFone 6

    ASUS is playing it straight for once, offering a new line of no-transforming, just plain smartphones. Their new ZenFone line will come in three sizes and even more colors, and specs vary between the three models. So, you’re going to have lots of choices, that’s for sure.

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    ASUS is Bringing the Padfone X to AT&T

    It seems like everyone is making 2-in-1 devices that are tablet/notebook hybrids. Smartphone/tablet hybrids? Less common. But, ASUS has been cranking them out, and that won’t change in 2014 with the PadFone X.

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    Hands On with ASUS PadFone Mini

    ASUS is shrinking down their smartphone/tablet hybrid with the PadFone mini, which shrinks down both the smartphone and tablet shell from previous versions of the PadFone and the new PadFone X that was also announced at this year’s CES.

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    T-Mobile Wants You So Bad, They Will Pay Off Your Early Termination Fees

    Recently, T-Mobile has been doing just about anything and everything to distance themselves from the other major carriers. They got rid of contracts and made it easier to upgrade phones faster in an attempt to filch customers off AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint. Well, now they’re taking a more direct approach to doing that. Starting now, […]

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    Hands on with Sony’s Flagship 85″ Sony 4K TV

    CES 2013 saw the introduction of 4K televisions, with prices as massive as sizes. But, what was still a bit of a high-priced novelty last year has become more grounded in reality during CES 2014. This looks like it will be the year where 4K television hits the mainstream, with more than a few companies […]

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    The $70 Speaker Watch That Doesn’t Tell Time

    Bem Wireless Speaker Watch, which we are very pleased to hear is indeed actually wireless, as a watch with wires could get rather messy, is precisely what it sounds like, a watch with a speaker on it. Why? No idea. We can see 10 obnoxious uses of it for every potentially useful one, most of […]

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    Neptune Pine Smartwatch’s Gargantuan Screen is a Smartphone in Disguise

    Another Kickstarter darling, the Neptune Pine Smartwatch showcases the unique idea of not being tethered to a smartphone via Bluetooth, but rather, being its own autonomous smart watch. It does almost everything a smartphone can do including being the only smart watch to allow for with video chatting, with a front facing flash VGA 5.0 […]

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    Elio is the $6,800 Tricycle Car with 84mpg Coming in 2015

    Four wheels are so last year. The Elio is the Tricycle that is taking the crown of three wheels from toddlers everywhere and placing it on the road for grown ups, with 84 mpg highway on its gas powered 3 cylinder engine. Michigan will see the creation of 1500 jobs as these go into production. […]

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    Linkin Park Partners with HARMAN for New Speakers

    HARMAN is ready to rock at CES this year, unveiling a brand new start for the Infinity brand of speakers and a new partnership with Linkin Park. The Infinity brand, which came into being in 1968, is getting a relaunch this year with the help of Linkin Park. The band won’t just be giving the new […]

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    Sleep Number X12 Beds Silently Judge You While You Sleep, But in a Good Way

    Sleep Number has been around for years trying to make America sleep better by quantifying what makes a good night’s sleep. They have modernized and applied their know-how to the Sleep Number X12 Smart Bed. Their sleep tracking technology, Sleep IQ, monitors and makes individualized recommendations on how to improve sleep conditions. The X12 Bed […]