iKettle – Control your kettle from your phone

by Julie

Hot coffee, the elixir of early risers and sleepy people everywhere. Its hard to imagine a world without a nice cup of coffee waiting for us to soothe our souls, perk us up or bring us back to life. In a perfect world, coffee would make itself while I was still in bed and arrive at my bedside via a tall blonde bodybuilder with a subtle European accent of some …

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iPlay Piano will let you get a feel for the ivories

by Caitlyn

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Playing an instrument always seems so appealing until you actually start practicing. You can’t just go from beginner to professional in one day, or one year for that matter. It takes a lot of learning, messing up, and try, try again mentality. Getting a teacher is pretty expensive, and thankfully we now have YouTube, where there are tutorials galore. However, getting your hands on a beginner instrument can be expensive. …

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Trent Airbender 2.0 ensures your iPad Air is well protected

by Edwin

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The world did more or less stop in its tracks earlier this week, as Apple made an announcement which touched on not one, but two iPads – the iPad Air that is thinner and lighter than ever before despite being more powerful, alongside the iPad mini with Retina display, a feature that iPad mini users have been hoping for to arrive for quite some time already. Well, this can only …

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iPad mini sports the long awaited Retina display

by Edwin

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I guess you can say that it has been a long time in coming. Apple, a company that refused to introduce smaller sized tablets in the 7” realm when their founder, Steve Jobs, was still alive, touting that such a tablet segment would be “dead on arrival”, made a U-turn after Steve Jobs’ demise in order to roll out a smaller 7.9” iPad mini. Well, the iPad mini did work …

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Apple does it again by shaving millimeters off the iPad Air

by Edwin

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Another year, another hardware refresh is on the cards, and this time around, Apple has decided to make sure that their iPad range would be on the receiving end up new updates. After all, the fourth generation iPad has been hanging around for quite some time already, so it would be nice to see a hardware refresh introduced in this area. Well, they have definitely not disappointed pundits, having announced …

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TruGlide Apex Fine Point Stylus will let you write legibly on an iPad

by Caitlyn

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Touchscreen devices were pretty phenomenal when they first arrived on the scene. Now of course, we’re getting a bit pickier about how we interact with them. Games are better played with a separate controller as you don’t want to cover the screen, listening to music normally needs an external speaker, and you almost have to get a stylus if you want to be able to write rather than type.

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Hyperjuice 2 – Tech Charging Powerhouse!

by Julie

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I can’t speak for the rest of the world, but the steady approach of the end of October has me a little uneasy. For the past 2 years the Northwest has been hit, and hit hard, by snowstorms and hurricanes. The memories of sitting around for weeks without power still makes most folks a little uncomfortable. This year we’re ready (which of course means it’s not going to happen) but …

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Oyster Books – Because the World is your iPhone

by Julie

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I guess everyone knows by now that I’m a huge fan of subscription services. I love using Netflix and Amazon Prime for my movies, I use a service for my music too. Sure, I have a Roku Player, Internet TV and everything else that lets me sift through tons on content in the blink of an eye. The more the better, but what about my e-reader? When it comes to …

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