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  • Jawbone Gets Cheap With Up Move, Goes Premium With Up3

    While Apple, Google, Samsung and Microsoft are pushing fitness-tracking smartwatches and catch-all health apps, the industry’s pioneers are doubling down on fitness bands. Jawbone introduced the $50 Up Move and the $180 Up3 on Wednesday—two new devices that join the popular $130 Up24. These additions mean that Jawbone has a full family of products serving […]

  • Windows 10: The best hidden features, tips, and tricks

    After using Windows 10 for almost a week, I’ve discovered some neat little changes and features that Microsoft hasn’t yet discussed — smart tweaks that, if you’re a mouse-and-keyboard user looking for a reason to upgrade from Windows 7, you will be very pleased with. Let’s dive straight in with my favorite secret/hidden features of […]

  • HP Offers $199 Windows Laptop: Be Careful What You Wish For

    HP has at long last unveiled the worst-kept secret in the laptop industry … the HP Stream 11, a new 11.6-inch laptop running Windows 8.1 that costs just $199. We’ll forgive you for thinking this is simply an updated netbook. In fact, we’re also having trouble calling this a budget notebook and not a netbook. That […]

  • Sony MDR XB-250 Review: Flashy Design, Boomy Bass

    This seems to be the year for headphone companies to embark on a refresh cycle. Soon after Audio-Technica announced an upgrade to the ATH-M series, Sony also pulled the wraps off its new MDR-XB range. These headphones are aimed at bass-heads. We have with us the Sony MDR-XB250, an upgrade to the MDR-XB200. The technical […]

  • ZTE Grand XMax With 6-Inch Display and Android 4.4 KitKat Launched

    ZTE on Tuesday announced the Grand XMax phablet priced at $199.99 (approximately Rs. 12,000) on Cricket Wireless in the US, where it will be available starting October 10. There are no further details available for its global release. The single-SIM ZTE Grand XMax runs Android 4.4 KitKat and features a large 6-inch HD (720x1280 pixels) […]

  • Amazon expands its line of e-readers

    Amazon company expands its line of e-readers with two new models. The first of these is the entry-level device and costs $ 79. The model has a 6-inch touchscreen Pearl E Ink display with a density of 167 pixels per inch, 4 GB of internal flash memory and support for Wi-Fi 802.11n standard to download […]

  • Intel introduced a laptop with an optional display E-ink

    Laptops with two displays is not very accustomed to the market, nevertheless attempts to issue such devices have - for example dvuhdispleynaya line Asus Taichi, which allows you to use your laptop in the folded state as a tablet. Intel has gone in a slightly different way and demonstrated a prototype notebook-like design, featuring the […]

  • Toshiba unveils Chromebook 2

    Toshiba has officially announced the release of a new version of a laptop running OS Chrome OS, - Chromebook 2. novelty will appear on sale in October and will be priced from $ 250. Toshiba Chromebook 2 equipped with an Intel Celeron N2840 Bay Trail and has 16 GB of flash memory, expandable thanks to […]

  • Selfie Arm from Satechi – phone on a stick

    Fashion on the self continues to gain momentum. Not surprisingly, the market there are accessories that make the creation of this kind of images easier. Selfie Arm from Satechi - phone on a stick Satechi developers offered to the public rather amusing solution "problems." Device called Selfie Arm and allows you to shoot in this […]

  • Maingear Pulse 15 – thin, light and expensive gaming laptop

    Company Maingear pleased gamers release thin and light laptop productive Pulse 15, which weighs 1.8 kg with a thickness of 19 mm. The notebook has a 15.6-inch display with a resolution of 2880h1620 pixels, the processor uses Intel Core i7-4710HQ Haswell and graphics card NVIDiA GeForce GTX 870M. For storage there is a terabyte hard […]