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Speedlink Strike FX-6 Bluetooth PS3 Gamepad Review

Introduction Speedlink are well-known for making 3rd party peripherals for games consoles and have done so quite successfully for many years now, offering (in most cases) a lower cost solution for consumers than you would find…

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Google Now Smartwatch Reportedly In The Works

Reports reveal that a Google Now smartwatch may be in the works, however it will not be made by Google. It is said that the Google Now smartwatch is just one of three wearable concepts devised…

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LUXA2 Groovy Wireless Bluetooth Speaker Review

Introduction LUXA2 is a name that not many have been introduced to. The current market for mobile accessories has been flooded with brands that are trying to make a name for themselves, but for the last…

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Apple Rumors Reveal That iOS 8 and iWatch Combo Could Be Fitness Oriented

A report from 9to5Mac reveals that Apple muught be working on a built-in application called “Healthbook” for iOS 8. According to 9to5Mac’s sources, Healthbook will take visual cues from the existing Passbook application, and it will…

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PayPal Worried About Apple’s Payment Method, Attempts To Stike Partnership

Having recent news reveal Apple’s initiative to extent into the mobile payment system, it seems that PayPal was not ignorant to the extensive plans of the iPhone maker giant. PayPal wants a part in Cupertino’s project,…

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Bluetooth ZX Spectrum Hits Kickstarter Funding Goal With 3 Days Remaining

Last last year we brought you news that a team of developers were trying to revive the much loved Sinclair ZX Spectrum. Now it looks like the team may actually be able to fulfil their dreams…

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Bluetooth Padlock TEO Lets You Share Unlock Permissions With Friends On The Fly

TEO is a bluetooth-enabled smart-lock produced by OckCorp and is already a week past its start in the Kickstarter campaign. Their target is to raise $151,000 and then start TEO’s production. TEO is not the first…

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Luxa2 Power Banks and Mobile Accessories Expands At CES 2014

When it comes to premium mobile accessories that don’t carry a premium price tag, Luxa2 is without a doubt one of the top names to look for. Over the last couple of years we have been…

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Wireless Earphone To Be Launched By Yurbuds At CES 2014

Yurbuds is transforming the athlete experience with its new Inspire Limited Edition Wireless earphones. Launching at CES 2014 in Las Vegas this January, athletes and tech enthusiasts will be able to enjoy the first-ever Stereo-Bluetooth wireless…

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Smallest Label Printer For Android Handsets Revealed By Seiko Epson

Seiko Epson has announced their latest label printer for Android devices, the LW-600P. Coming in at only 24mm this is the smallest and lightest label printer that is on the market. Using Bluetooth the LW-600P can…

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German Judge States Nokia Should Be Granted Injunction Against All HTC Devices

A German judge has ruled that Nokia should be granted an injunction against all HTC handsets running Android. Judge Dr. Matthias Zigann of the Munich I Regional Court found the devices to be in violation of…

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Kitsound Hive Bluetooth Speaker Review

Introduction Whether you’re at the beach or having a party in the garden, music will no doubt feature within the ambience. In the past this would mean hooking up a portable stereo to an outlet somewhere…

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Samsung HS3000 Clip-On Bluetooth Headset Review

Wireless headsets are not a new innovation to the smartphone world, they’ve been around as long as the smartphone itself, but over the years a lot of things have improved as the technology inside these devices…

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Elite Announce Recreation Of Sinclair ZX Spectrum

The recreated Sinclair ZX Spectrum will be a Bluetooth keyboard, initially for iOS and subsequently for Android and Windows phones and tablets (as well as for PCs and Macs), in the form-factor of a 48K Sinclair…

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PCI Express M.2 Specification Rev. 1.0 Released

PCI-SIG announced the release of the PCIe M.2 Specification Revision 1.0 to its members. It is said to be a next-generation form factor for ultra-light and thin platforms, which increases design flexibility to support high-end performance…

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LTE and 64-bit Support Brought Forth In Upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 410

It was only a matter of time before Qualcomm would try to enter the market with its own chipset capable of supporting 64-bit, though the processor does not appear to be of the high-end range. The…

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Better Connections Offered With Bluetooth 4.1

The Bluetooth Special Interest Group announced the Bluetooth 4.1, which prepares Bluetooth devices for the Internet of Things by laying the groundwork for IP-based connections, similar to the way a router connects to multiple Wi-Fi enabled…

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RAPOO H6060 Bluetooth Stereo Headset Released

RAPOO, global leaders in providing cutting-edge wireless peripheral products, launched touch control Bluetooth stereo headphone H6060 with Bluetooth 2.1+EDR wireless transmission protocol. It supports up to 10m high-quality, stereo music enjoyment. It also has DSP noise…

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Major Sleep Mode Bug Found On The Newly Released Nokia Lumia 2520

Following the release of the Nokia Lumia 2520 in the US, users are starting to complain about a sleep bug issue that prevents the tablet from “waking up”. Things are not looking good for Nokia’s tablet…

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Noontec Zoro Wireless Bluetooth Headphone Review

Introduction Up until recently I had never heard of Noontec as a brand, had I not been shown more details then these headphones would have passed me by otherwise! I have listened to RF and bluetooth headphones…

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NVIDIA Shield Update To Bring Android 4.3, Console Mode And Gamestream Support

NVIDIA promised that we’d see big upgrades to its Shield gaming system today, and it’s delivering them in spades. A just-launched Android 4.3 update introduces Console Mode. Hook up your Shield to your HDTV, after which you…

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Samsung Announces New Wireless Audio Multiroom Speaker System

Samsung announced on the 3rd of October the Samsung Shape Wireless Audio Multiroom speaker system (WAM750), the latest tech in terms of Samsung audio, enabling music lovers to enjoy tether-free entertainment in any room of the house, from…

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“High-Tech” Japanese Toilets Can Be Hacked Say Experts

We frequently see hacking in the news and it is frequently occurring but normally hacking locks aim at websites, computers, smartphones and sometimes even cars, but toilets….really? Yes well apparently so and a video on YouTube…

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Bayan Audio StreamPort Universal Audio Streamer Review

Bluetooth audio streaming devices are a common sight amongst many homes and even in cars where stereos handle hands free connections through the technology. Now in its fourth version, the capabilities and quality of Bluetooth has…

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MadCatz R.A.T.M (Mobile) Bluetooth Mouse Review

Mad Catz are one of the hottest peripheral brands on the market, they’ve already built themselves a fantastic reputation for doing things just that little bit differently to some of the other big names and when…

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MadCatz M.O.U.S.9 Bluetooth Mouse Review

Today we’ll be taking a look at the latest mouse from Mad Catz, the Bluetooth enabled M.O.U.S.9 that is set to take the highly respected world of Mad Catz peripherals into the world of wireless tech.…

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Antec Mobile Product Bundle Winners Announced

Not too long ago, we hosted a competition in partnership with Antec to give away five a.m.p bundles of their latest products from the range, and we had a lot of interest from people all over…