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ADATA Launches HD650X and HD710M USB 3.0 Hard Drives

We already had a little view on ADATA’s new drive line-up during our visit at CES 2016 in Vegas last month and now two of the new portable drives have been officially launched. The two new…

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More iPhone 7 Details

Every year we see another selection of technology released, sometimes contain new technologies and sometimes old technologies are continued into the next selection of hardware released. One market that keeps moving forward is the mobile market…

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iPhone 7 Rumoured To Be Waterproof!

We have all dropped our phone, some of us have been lucky enough to pick up a functioning phone afterwards. Some of us, however, have been less than lucky, dropping our phone into a puddle or…

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Is The iPhone 6s And 6s Plus Waterproof?

Apple’s launch presentation of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus concentrated on 3D Touch, enhanced camera optics and other minor tweaks. While these are interesting additions, they don’t really compare to the iPhone 6s and 6s…

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Inateck MercuryBox Bluetooth Speaker & Mobile Products Review

Introduction Inateck is a brand name I’m seeing more and more recently. While they don’t make a lot of big products, such as PC cases and graphics cards, which we see plenty of here at eTeknix,…

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Silicon Power Armor A65 1TB USB 3.0 Hard Disk Review

Introduction There are a lot of different methods for portable storage and one of them is external hard disk drives. Today I’m taking a closer look at such a solution and it isn’t just the run…

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Apple Watch is Actually Waterproof

The Apple Watch release is imminent with delivery dates being pushed forward for customers who have pre-ordered. Some have already received theirs and have taken it upon themselves to test the watch. In some of these…

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Sony Unveils Xperia Z4

Sony have unveiled the latest phone in their Z range.The announcement arrived on their Japanese website outlining the specs for the new device. The Z4 will have a 5.2-inch, HD display and is 6.9mm thick. The…

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Pebble Time’s Kickstarter Smashes Records by Raising more than $20 Million

Pebble’s Time watch has launched on Kickstarter a month ago and has recently closed with a $20.3 million funding campaign. The Pebble Time is said to feature a colour e-ink display, 20% thinner body, a seven-day…

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Silicon Power Introduces Armor A65 Durable Portable Hard Drive

Silicon Power has launched their latest Armor series portable hard drives, the Armor A65, that comes with almost any protection you could want. It is shockproof, waterproof and dustproof, comes with encryption software and is rigorously…

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Kingston Announced a Pair of next-Generation Encrypted USB Flash Drives

Kingston announced a pair of next-generation encrypted USB Flash drives designed to safeguard valuable data. The DataTraveler 4000 Gen. 2 and DataTraveler 4000 Gen. 2 Management Ready protect sensitive information with hardware-based 256-bit AES encryption and titanium coated…

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Apacer Launches AH154 “Star Wish Drive” USB 3.0 Waterproof Flash Drive

Apacer has gone a little mushy and released the Star Sand USB 3.0 Flash Drive to “Guard your every little wish!”. The new AH154 Star Wish Drive is available as 8GB, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB capacities…

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G-Technology Launches Rugged Mobile HDDs

G-Technology probably isn’t a company you’ve heard a lot from, but they have enough knowledge in their backs being a part of HGST (WD). They’ve announced the new G-DRIVE ev ATC and the G-DRIVE ev RaW solutions rugged HDDs with…

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Dunkable Phone Technology Maker P2i Explores Asian IPO

P2i, a technology spin-off from Britain’s Ministry of Defence, is looking to raise 10 million pounds ($17 million) from Singapore investors as it readies the launch of its “Dunkable” or waterproof technology for smartphones and tablets.…

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Fujitsu Make Windows 8 Tablet With A Fan That Works Underwater…Well Kind Of

Engadget reports that Fujitsu has made a Windows 8 tablet capable of working under water. The 12.5 inch tablet from Fujitsu is part of their Autumn lineup for Japan and it runs on Intel’s QH77/M chipset…