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    Spark Nano GPS Tracker is Small Enough to Fit in Your Shoe

    The Spark Nano GPS Tracker from Brickhouse Security looks more like a toy than a powerful GPS Tracker. Claiming to be one of the smallest and lightweight GPS Trackers out today, it can easily slip into a  pocketbook, jacket pocket, or any discreet place so you can track someone or something. The sensitivity of the […]

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    Coveroo Your BlackBerry with a Custom Engraved Back Cover

    If you want to get your cellphone or iPod laser engraved, it’s a commitment. It’s almost like getting a tattoo for your skin – once it’s done you can’t undo it or turn your skin back to what it once was. The same holds true with laser engraving a gadget. Not to mention, it’s likely […]

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    Nevoma iPod AthleticBands Review

    Nevoma AthleticBands are meant for those who love to get in shape while doing bench presses to their favorite tunes. We see these kind of accessories all over, especially in the summer/spring on joggers, bicyclists, or power walkers. If you have an iPod and are somewhat athletic, chances are you have an armband for it. […]

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    Atomic Bass by Radius Earphones Review

    After testing the beats by dr. dre last week, it was pretty much settled that there would be nothing else that could compare, it basically accomplished everything you could want out of an expensive pair of headphones. However when was I was asked to review Atomic Bass from Radius, I was taken by the fact […]

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    JayBird JB-200 Bluetooth Stereo Headset Review

    Ironically, Bluetooth has been around for nearly 15 years; However, for most of this time, this technology was dormant. Thus, leading some experts in the technology field wondering whether Bluetooth would become what BETA players and its technology had become with the advent of VHS technology during the 1980’s —- Extinct (VHS had won out […]

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    TuneBase FM Transmitter for iPhone & iPod Review

    Despite the fact that the iPhone has been out for almost a year now, FM transmitters designed for the iPhone have been slow to arrive on the market, though there have been a few non-approved ones that unofficially work with the iPhone. Belkin’s new TuneBase FM is one of the first FM transmitters to be […]

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    Samsung 2008 Spring Fever Gadgets

    We had a blast at the Samsung Fever Showcase looking at all the great cool stuff coming out soon, as well as what is out already. Below are some of the items that caught our attention. Samsung Series 4 450 3-D Ready Plasma HDTV: The first of it’s kind, Samsung always thinks outside the box […]

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    Toshiba Gigabeat T-Series Review

    Previously we’ve talked about how Samsung wants to be a iPod shuffle and iPod Touch killer, well now Toshiba has entered the ring to take on the 3rd generation Nano. We have to say that they certainly know how to put up a good fight. At first glance we weren’t sure how the Toshiba Gigabeat […]

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    OCD Now Available in the Color Pink

    Growing up I lived in a home with a mother who was OCD. So not only did I have to wash my hands 30 times a day before and after I did anything, regardless if it was dirty or not, I also wasn’t allowed to touch things in public with my bare hands. By the […]

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    Spi Inc’s Pink Accessories Galore

    Spi Inc. is not a counter intelligence subsidiary as you may guess from the name. Rather, it is a female owned business whose products appear in many major US stores such as Sharper Image, Bed, Bath & Beyond, and Neiman Marcus. Rocking their girl power, is a new line of pink ipod accessories. There are […]

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    BodyGuardz for the Ipod Nano Review

    A few months ago we reviewed the InvisibleSHIELD for the iPhone which is a clear film that protects your baby without hiding its good looks. Well BodyGuardz is another company taking a stab at making clear film protectors for your many Apple gadgets. BodyGuardz was nice enough to provide us with a transparent skin for […]

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    Kensington FX 500 Speaker To Go Review

    Admittedly, I am a huge fan of Kensington; I think they produce some of the most coolest, intrinsically stylish, durable and affordable peripherals and devices in the world. Hence, I was very ecstatic to get the opportunity to kick around the tires on one of their latest offerings: The FX 500 Speaker To Go System […]