The Tunebug Rumble

by Mark R

We have reported on the Tunebug Vibe before, with its unique ability to turn any flat surface into a speaker. I first encountered the device at CES a few years ago, and was pretty impressed with its primary feature, and Tunebug has a new speaker with the Tunebug Rumble that I have seen at CTIA Spring 2011 Showstoppers. The Rumble is an ultra portable sound transporter that can be Bluetooth …

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SuperTooth HD – Hey Mom! I’m Texting and Driving

by Julie

My daughter is only 8, but I’m already worried about when she starts driving. I keep saying that all the high tech distractions we face, will be gone by the time I have to worry about her. I thought I was just making myself feel better, but no, things really are changing. It looks like we already have the option to text, dial our phones and use Facebook, without ever …

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My Review of the BlueAnt S3 Speakerphone

by Mark R

I have used BlueAnt products before like the Q1 headset, and currently use the T1 Bluetooth headset every time that I make phone calls. However, there are some of us that don’t like putting the thing in our ear to make a hands-free call when we are behind the wheel, but the speaker on our cellular phone might not be good enough. I can only assume that this is why …

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The Cobra Tag – Where’s My Stuff?

by Julie

Okay, I’m pretty good with my mobile phone, and even better with my camera, iPad and laptop. Truth be told, it’s my handbag that l lose all the time. (You can see where my priorities are) I just cant keep my hands on that thing. I tried to carry a change purse instead and that was even worse, I’m already into my second set of replacement credit cards this year. …

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Hands on with the Sony Ericsson LiveView

by Al

We recently acquired the Sony Ericsson LiveView product, which is effectively a small remote control and display for any compatible Android phone that you can clip to your belt or wear on your wrist like a watch. The device offers a few useful applications, the incoming call ID (with option to mute the ring-tone), calendar, RSS reader, email and various social networking functions like Twitter and Facebook. You can also …

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MoGo Talk XD2 pre-orders open for the iPhone 4

by Edwin

ID8-Mobile is a name that most of you would be familiar with when it comes to accessories for mobile connected devices, and the company has started to open up pre-orders for its MoGo Talk XD2 for the iPhone 4. Of course, anyone with an iPhone 4 who wants to go the hands-free route when driving (it is going to be more cost effective than paying for a ticket many times …

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The Most Convenient Bluetooth Headset

by Edwin

If there is one thing that I have noticed about Hammacher’s products, it is the use of adjectives. While some of them might sound out of this world (as our readers have pointed out in the past via comments), surely they haven’t gotten slapped with a lawsuit before for false advertising, which means their claims are legit? Here we are today with another device – known as The Most Convenient …

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Parrot Digital Photoframe – NOW you actually want one

by Julie

Okay so let’s face it, a digital frame, is a digital frame, is a digital frame, and as you get your 3rd one, as a gift from your soon to be ex-boyfriend, you wonder why the screensaver slideshow on your computer wasn’t already good enough to put some of these guys out of business, but you smile, and put on your “oh I love it” face anyway… Well, fresh from …

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