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In what looks like just a fairly decent watch, you get a Bluetooth connection to your cellphone with vibrating alert for incoming calls and caller ID with the name/number displayed.  I have no idea if it works well or not, but I like the idea.  They also have a brief mention in the product...

We have seen a few of the smart door locks from the likes of Schlage and Lockitron.  The latest company to hit the smart lock scene is August.com.  The August Smart Lock is an anodized aluminum puck that installs over the inside...

So you are at your favorite watering hole and order up a cold Budweiser.  If you live in Brazil, the Budweiser might show up in The Buddy Cup.  The Budweiser Buddy Cup allows you to link to others, via Facebook, by simply clinking the cups together. First you have to allow your cell phone to share your Facebook profile with the chip that is embedded in...

The folks at Amped Wireless are at it again with another great product release.  The Amped Wireless REC10 WiFi Range Extender for just

The short and sexy name for this product is – PLA2 Powerline Nano AV500 1-Port Network Adapter Kit.  Long story short this gadget allows you to forgo a long Ethernet cable and instead run your networking data over a standard...

The Korean car manufacturers (think Hyundai and Kia) are making a serious go at it.  There cars are improving massively, looking better, and stealing market share from the older goats.  In this case, Kia is going to improve their UVO eServices telematics in a big way by teaming up with Google.  The Google/Kia system will debut in the Kia Sorento CUV...

Posted on Nov 8 2012 - 9:43am by Russ
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Not everyone is comfortable uploading their important data to some cloud service.  I get it.  Not to mention, there is some comfort in knowing you can grab the data, throw it in your bag, and take it with you.  Similar to the Western Digital My Book Live Duo (which I am having issues with) the

Another worthy competitor in the action cam market is getting serious about product/features.  The latest camera from Drift, the Drift HD Ghost Action Cam ($399) is packed with some cool features.  The two way LED remote control (never wonder if the camera is on/off or recording), a continuous loop recording feature, Wi-Fi connectivity for iOS and Android...

Looks like the next few years are going to continue to bring improvements in the Smartphone controlled LED bulb category.  The latest smart LED bulb, the Philips Hue, will be available exclusively at the Apple Store starting October 30th.  They will be offered individually at $59 or as a three-bulb...

The cat is out of the bag, most of the rumor mills were correct, the iPad Mini has arrived.  For those that want a tablet that will fit in their cargo pockets, the iPad Mini might be the one.  Only 0.68 pounds, 7.2mm thick thin, with a 7.9-inch screen, an A5 processor, a front...