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    Oddest Non-Gadget Debut at CES, Reese’s Minis

    Well, it’s not electronic, but it is consumable… Reese’s has unveiled their latest innovation in candy miniaturization with Reese’s Minis. These dime sized Reese’s peanut butter cups come in 2.5oz and 8oz packs and are available in grocery stores nation wide. A bit tongue in cheek, Reese’s decided to make a splash at CES today […]

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    iRiver Unveils the Highest Resolution E-Reader in the World

    For you ebook readers who can’t turn the pages fast enough, iRiver unveiled the world’s first 6” XGA (768×1024) eBook reader with 63.8% more pixels and faster page turns than the competition. This LG and iRiver collaboration guarantees “high performance with an advanced i.MX508 eReader applications processor from Freescale Semiconductor based on ARM Cortex technology […]

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    Yahoo to Debut Internet Enhanced TV in 2011, the Beginning of a New Era?

    The first half of 2011 will see Yahoo’s partnered endeavor to create internet enhanced television. Of course this will apply to advertisers, but also to your favorite shows. There are already 100+ apps that can interact with the shows you watch. How long before the shows we watch start watching us? With broadcast interactivity, TV […]

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    Angry Birds iPhone 4 Cases, to Help You Get Them Pigs!

    Angry birds is a worldwide sensation for anybody owning a smart phone. What started as a small independent game on the iPhone has turned into a multi-million dollar hit that just keeps on growing. If you can’t get enough of squashing those dastardly pigs who are trying to make omelets out of your eggs, then […]

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    Quirky’s Perch is the Perfect Portable All-in-One Accessory for Mobile Devices

    The Quirky community has put their collective brainpower together to produce the Perch, a two part portable speaker and dock for use with iPhones, Android, smartphones, and multimedia devices. It connects wirelessly via Bluetooth for playback. The integrated microphone is a great feature, separating it from the many portable speakers on the market.  The design […]

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    Speakal iPhone and iPod Docks In Every Shape and Size

    Speakal has unveiled a vast and varied array of iPhone and iPod touch speaker systems featuring styles from wacky to straight up outlandish. Needless to say, if you want to turn your iPhone speaker into a conversation piece, take a look at Speakal’s 2011 lineup. We’ve already reviewed the cool Tardis and Top Gear styled […]

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    Speck CandyShell Card for iPhone 4

    Speck has just announced a new addition to their CandyShell iPhone 4 Case lineup, the CandyShell Card. The Candy Shell Card is a super protective case which has storage for 1 to 3 credit cards. Just like any other Speck Candy Shell Case, they come in a bunch of fun color schemes, and offer superior […]

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    2011 Panasonic Blu-ray Players enable Skype Video Calls

    I remember the olden days when the only thing a Blu-Ray player could do was play a movie. Okay, I lie. There was no such time like that. Blu-ray players have been bundled with extras since day one; except the extras are not always extremely useful. Today, Panasonic announced that they are adding a feature […]

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    Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc with Mobile BRAVIA engine

    Sony Ericsson has announced their Xperia arc, a super-slim smartphone which is just 8.7mm at it thinnest part and still sports a 4.2″ multitouch Reality Display with Mobile BRAVIA Engine. The camera can also connect to an HDTV via a built-in HDMI connector and it features a Sony Exmor Rmobile sensor with an f/2.4 lens […]

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    Samsung Touch Control Remote Gets a 3″ Display and Apps

    Samsung has released an updated model of their Touch Control remote which lets you watch TV shows on your TV, while you’re walking around the house. The Touch Control (model RMC30D1) features a 3″ LCD screen and sports an iPhone ‘esque design. Besides for watching TV, it’ll even let you watch Blu-Ray discs and it […]

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    Miles Davis Trumpet High Performance In-Ear Headphones Smooth as Butter

    Miles Davis fans rejoice! Now you can own your very own high performance in-ear headphones featuring a uniquely jazz inspired style taken from Miles’ own trumpet! These striking headphones are precision tuned to reproduce subtle nuances and unique acoustic tones that are characteristic of jazz. They fit deeper in your ear canal than most other […]

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    Old Companies Can Learn New TRYX- A new camera from Casio

    Casio, for those of you who grew up in the 80’s is synonymous with nifty digital watches, cassette tape players, and my first boom box. Turns out they are still around and doing their best to stay relevant in todays ever changing and fickle consumer tech market. The new Casio TRYX digital camera is one […]

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    Seagate GoFlex shows off Slimmest Portable Hard Drive and More

    Seagate got the memo: Thin is in, and that’s not all! Seagate has just announced a few new additions to their popular GoFlex line at CES 2011, including one of the thinnest portable hard drives the world has seen. Seagate’s GoFlex line, which we are quite fond of, is named for it’s flexibility. Each drive […]

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    Polaroid 3D Glasses That Don’t Make You Look Like a Major Geek

    Ever go to a 3D movie on a first date? Then you realize just how nerdy those glasses make you look. Not mention the discomfort. Polaroid has taken a swing at these issues with their new line of 3D glasses. Although they don’t work with current 3D TV’s, they do work with upcoming ones. Polaroid […]