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    IFA 2013: 5 Must Haves For Women

    There were are over 1,400 exhibitors at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin displaying the latest tech innovations from convertible laptops to UHD to 4K to 3D printing. In fact, on display were enough TV’s and soundbars to fill a man-cave! However, amongst the rubble there were also a few items that caught our […]

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    Armin Van Buuren and Philips Partner on M1X-DJ Sound System

    Philips is getting into the celebrity endorsement/co-designer game with DJ Armin van Buuren, who is working with the tech company to produce a new line of audio products. The first fruit from the tree is the M1X-DJ Sound System, an all-in-one DJ controller and sound system. DJs will be able to mix music, then play […]

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    Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Toothbrush Gets Dapper Black Edition

    If you saw the Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Electric Toothbrush come out last year and thought, “Wow, I would totally buy that if it came in black!”, have we got some good news for you. This year at IFA, Philips unveiled the black edition of the same Sonicare DiamondClean Electric Toothbrush from last year. This one […]

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    Lenovo Vibe X Smartphone and S5000 Make Impressive Debuts at IFA 2013

    Lenovo was very busy at IFA – not only did they refresh their line of notebooks and all-in-one computers, they offered up a brand new smartphone and tablet for you to consider. But, can the Vibe X smartphone and S5000 tablet really make a big enough splash to matter in those two very crowded markets? […]

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    Can’t Make it to Paris? Doodle a 3D Eiffel Tower Instead

    The 3Doodler is the first 3D printing pen which lets you design complex creations or just doodles. The $99 pen works by taking a single colored piece of plastic and feeding it through the pen at the top. Then you touch a piece of paper or circle the air, and the now-melted plastic comes out […]

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    Philips Laser Beard Trimmer Safely Guides a Laser to Your Throat

    While other companies at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin were showing off Ultra HD TVs, curved OLED screens, smart watches and waterproof smartphones, Phillips got down to what was really important in life; men’s grooming products. Meet the first laser guided beard trimmer, designed to give men a perfectly sculpted shave each and […]

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    Qualcomm Toq Might Steal GALAXY Gear’s Thunder

    There’s another smartwatch of sorts on the horizon, and it’s from a somewhat unlikely source – Qualcomm. That said, the Qualcomm Toq looks like it has a lot going for it over its competitors. First, we should note that Qualcomm and Samsung (with the GALAXY Gear) aren’t creating a whole new market here – these […]

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    HP Envy Recline 23 Beats Edition Is Red All Over

    HP is giving their Envy all-in-one PCs a Haswell refresh, and leading the way is a special red and black Beats edition that should set the bar for native audio in all-in-ones. The new, refreshed line goes by the Envy Recline name. The HP Envy Recline 23 is the one that will get the special […]

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    JBL Spark Speaker Certainly Sparks Our Interest

    The JBL  Spark, a portable speaker which could easily be mistaken for a piece of decorative art. Now, there’s a lot of portable speakers on the market, so the first goal of any new portable speaker is to look different. The Spark does that. Harman says it looks like a megaphone, but it strikes me […]

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    Brother Business Smart Pro Features NFC Technology

    Is it finally time to replace the truly god-forsaken printer still chugging its way into the grave at your office? Then, Brother would like you to take a look at their new Business Smart Pro line of printers, particularly the leading model – the MFC-J6920dw. The new printer is aimed at small-to-medium sized businesses, and […]

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    Hands On with Samsung’s GALAXY Gear

    Samsung has entered the wearable technology market with the GALAXY 
Gear Smartwatch introduced at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin. But be very clear; while this watch is loaded with tech, it’s not really very smart. In fact, unless it’s paired to a Galaxy Note 3 (and Galaxy S 4 soon) it’s 
not very […]

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    Lenovo Puts a Suit on the Yoga with ThinkPad Yoga Debut

    Lenovo chose IFA in Berlin this year to unveil their refresh of their entire slate of computers, led by the successor to the original Yoga. Coming soon, you can expect to see the Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro, ThinkPad Yoga, Flex 14, Flex 15, and Flex 20, and you might be surprised at just how attractive […]

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    We Are Totally Flipping Out Over the Sony VAIO Fit multi-flip PC

    Sony has announced that three new Vaio Fit notebooks are on their way to Europe, all featuring 360 degree hinges, making them great laptop-tablet hybrid devices. The Vaio Fit 13A, 14A, and 15A all run on 4th generation Intel core processors, and with the 15A, you also have the option of adding an NVIDIA GeForce […]

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    Samsung GALAXY Note 3 Continues To Change the World of Doodlers

    The much-anticipated Galaxy Note 3 has finally been officially announced, and will be in stores before the year is up. And, it’s coming to market with a smart watch, although it’s  probably not the smart watch you were hoping for and probably isn’t as big of a deal as many are making it out to […]

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    Sony HDR-MV1 Video Recorder is For DIY Music Videos [Hands-on]

    Devices are getting really specific these days. Now, Sony is unveiling a brand new camcorder made just for people who want to make their own music videos and share them instantly. Better brush up on your guitar. What sets the Sony HDR-MV1 apart is its audio. Usually, audio on camcorders is the weak link, making […]