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    Samsung Level Box Bluetooth Speaker Review

    Samsung has worked their way into yet another popular market: portable bluetooth speakers. The new Samsung Level Box is a beautiful looking portable Bluetooth speaker with a 15 hour battery, NFC pairing, and built-in speakerphone. Samsung knows how to market, but do they know how to build a portable speaker? Read on to see how […]

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    Creative Sound Blaster Roar Bluetooth Speaker Review

    A portable speaker with FIVE drivers? Yep, that’s Creative’s Sound Blaster Roar, which is actually more than just a bluetooth speaker. Creative has been in the speaker game for a very long time, and Roar is a nice attempt at taking bluetooth speakers to the next level. In addition to five drivers, the speaker includes […]

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    Sol Republic Tracks Air Bluetooth Headphones Review

    The Sol Republic Tracks Air are wireless bluetooth headphones done right. Sol Republic essentially turned their popular Tracks On-Ears into bluetooth headphones that boast a 15-hour battery, an unmatched range, NFC/bluetooth connectivity, and dual-device connectivity. It’s also hard not to love them for their unique appearance, colors, and unparalleled durability. When it comes to design, […]

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    Incipio Cashwrap Case Brings NFC to the iPhone

    Incipio smartphone cases usually tend to be something more than just smartphone cases, and the Cashwrap Mobile Wallet Case is no exception. The case makes up for the fact that the iPhone still lacks NFC, packing in Isis Mobile Wallet to make your iPhone into a true touch-and-go payment device. The hard case contains a […]

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    Sony Adds RX100 II and RX1R Cameras, NFC and Wi-Fi in Tow

    No other company has blurred the line between DSLRs and point-and-shoots quite like Sony. They’ve released cameras like the NEX line that offer up DSLR quality in a compact body, and now they’re coming out with two new impressive fixed-lens point-and-shoots in impressively small packages.

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    CalypsoKey Brings NFC to the iPhone 5, as a Case

    If you were thinking about springing for a luxury iPhone case, you might do well to consider Calypso Crystal, which has a new addition to their line of cases called CalypsoKey. CalypsoKey can be added to any model of Calypso Crystal’s three lines of cases – CalypsoRing, CalypsoLoop, and CalypsoCabrio. CalypsoKey is equipped with RFID […]

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    TYLT Releases NFC Stickers, Wireless Speakers and Accessories

    Tagstand is one of the early companies to get in on creating products and applications that take advantage of the emerging NFC feature increasingly found on mobile devices. The company is now partnering up with TYLT, an accessories maker, to create brand new NFC-equipped accessories for 2013. One will be a portable speaker called Tunz. […]

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    Samsung TecTile Tags Finally Makes NFC Interesting

    If you thought NFC was just for making mobile payments, think again. Samsung is about to change all of that with their new TecTiles Programmable NFC Tags. These tags are designed to unleash the potential of NFC in smartphones, by making phones instantly perform actions such as launching apps, sending text messages, sharing contact information, […]

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    TazTag Unveils TazPad, the First Android Tablet with NFC

    At CeBit, TazTag has unveil the world’s first Android Tablet to be equipped with NFC. The 7″ tablet sports multitouch capabilities along with full HDMIT output, Wifi, Bluetooth, GPS, an accelerometer, and even a biometric authentication option. Pricing is TBD, but one thing is for sure -this is a tablet aimed at businesses.

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    Intel Announcements at MWC 2011 Include Dual-SIMs, MeeGo Tablets and More

    No company was busier on Day 1 of MWC 2011 than Intel, which had big news regarding their mobile plans for the rest of the year and beyond. Much of the news centered around their advancements in LTE tech, the cloud, and their new MeeGo tablets, which should be hitting stores this year. Unsurprisingly, Intel […]

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    Hands on with the Samsung Galaxy S II

    MWC 2011 hasn’t quite gotten underway yet, but the big announcements are already starting to roll in (or leak out). The successor to Samsung’s popular Galaxy S line of phones has been unveiled, naturally called the Galaxy S-II. The differences are few from a quick glance, but there some nice upgrades here that make the […]