Speck Skins the iPhone with CandyShell, SeeThru and Fitted cases

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Our friends at Speck have busted out a cornucopia of colorful cases destined for the iPhone 3G and 3GS at CES this year. The lineup includes the CandyShell, Fitted and SeeThru. These three new models will bring us over 30 different case colors and combinations to choose from.

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iWave Grass Roots Collection Grows Wood for CES

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The Consumer Electronics Show kicks off a little later this week in Las Vegas and I fully intend on seeing all there is to see at the show while I am there. It’s going to be a hectic show for sure, but sometimes, you need to just relax and get back to nature. At least, […]

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REVIEW – BlackBerry Bold 9700 from Rogers Wireless

REVIEW - BlackBerry Bold 9700 Smartphone from Rogers Wireless

We officially found out a couple of months ago that Rogers Wireless would be carrying the BlackBerry 9700. Well, it is most definitely a part of their holiday lineup and we were lucky enough to get our hands on a review unit to take out for a test drive. If you’re looking for the latest […]

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microSD makes a play for music – via SanDisk

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The thumbnail-sized microSD card always strikes me as a recipe for lost data. A breeze, a bump on the train, a fumble when loading could all result in that micro flash card disappearing forever. So when I got the ABBA Gold player pack from SanDisk (or should I say Sansa), I was worried that if […]

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Tiny Micro MP3 Player No Bigger than Just Earphones

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Sure, it may not be able to do HD radio like the new Zune HD. Sure, it may not be able to shoot videos on the fly like the new iPod nano. That much may be true, but the MP3 Micro Sport from Thanko has got to be one of the smallest music players on […]

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REVIEW – Maximo iMetal iP-HS5 Isolation Headset

REVIEW - Maximo iMetal iP-HS5 Isolation Headset

Last year, I took a look at the iMetal iP-HS2 Isolation Headset from Maximo Products. This headset was largely catering to the iPhone, but since it used a standard 3.5mm connection, it could be used just as easily for any variety of other audio devices. At the time, I found the sound quality to be […]

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REVIEW – Yubz Magnum Stereo Bluetooth Speaker

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Now that the iPhone can do the stereo Bluetooth thing, I have a burning suspicion that the market for stereo Bluetooth products could be on the rise in the months to follow. You could certainly invest in a set of stereo Bluetooth headphones to enjoy your music, but what if you want to share those […]

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Looking Forward to Standard 3.5mm Jacks for HTC Devices

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In general, I’d say that I like most of the devices that come out of the HTC camp. My first real smartphone was an HTC and it was through HTC that we were initially introduced to Google Android. However, HTC is not without its quirks. For example, where are the 3.5mm headphone jacks? It seems […]

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REVIEW – Maximo iM-590 iMetal Isolation Earphones

As a kid, I was perfectly satisfied with whatever headphones came with my Sony Walkman. All I wanted was the ability to take my favorite mixtapes with me on the go, bobbing my head as I rode the bus to the mall on the weekend. These days, my tastes have changed considerably and my journey […]

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REVIEW – Radius Atomic Bass for iPhone Earphones Review

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When you invest in a new MP3 player or music phone, there’s a good chance that the included headset leaves a lot to be desired. Sure, it’ll put the sound from your device to your head, but there are a lot of fantastic upgrades out there. Unfortunately, not all of us want to spend that […]

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CES 2009 – Checking Out the iPod Accessories

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The Consumer Electronics Show has just about everything under the sun, but one of the areas that continues to be pretty fun is in the iPod accessory market. Apple’s famous portable music player, as well as the Apple iPhone, continue to provide a lucrative platform on which to expand and grow. As a result, nearly […]

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Upgrading Cheap Earphones For Just Thirteen Bucks

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Most MP3 players and other portable players come bundled with a pair of pretty cheap headphones, not really giving you the proper aural experience that you deserve. While you may want to invest in a pair of $100+ earphones, you might want to save some money too. The Silicone Acoustibuds adapters serve this very purpose. […]

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The Show Review: CES 2009

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Like tech reporter Michael Kwan, I spent four+ crazy days on the show floor at CES in Las Vegas as vendors got their game on. I kicked tires – literally – where companies were featuring automotive tech, and I took a ride in an Indy Car simulator. Tech from this simulator is being used by […]

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REVIEW: Griffin Component A/V Cables for iPod

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With the noted exception of the iPod shuffle, the entire line of iPod portable media players is capable of playing video files. This makes it very convenient to keep up with your favorite television shows, video podcasts, and even feature-length movies if you’re alright with squinting your eyes. That’s all well and good, but what […]

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