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If there was one thing I wish I had more time for, it would be seeing concerts. There’s just not enough time or money to see every band, but then there’s the internet, and the ability to stream gigs for free.
You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to see that mobile phones are taking over in the home. Your contacts are stored on them, as are your messages, and it can’t hurt that you can access the web and play Angry Birds, but just in case you still need a cordless phone, Panasonic has two newbies.
We’re big fans of technology that can help us identify songs from movies, TV shows, and restaurants when we need to, but what if you could listen to the entire track and not just identify it?
Every man, his dog, and their subsequent company has a Bluetooth speaker, and this is an area that has big growth at the moment. There are budget options out there, and then there are better options with better sound and design, and without a doubt, Harman Kardon’s Esquire fits that bill.
Adobe’s 2014 Creative Cloud software might be available locally, but the special Ink pen and Slide ruler hardware is yet to turn up in the same place.
We’re all dependent on a personal computer, and we’re all in love with our smartphone, but does everyone need a tablet? Even if you don’t, the price of these portables is becoming too hard to resist, and that’s what Acer is hoping will persuade people to check out its A1-830, an Android push for the iPad Mini’s spot.
Apple TV owners know all too well that digitally downloaded movies are so much easier than going to the video store and renting a disc or two, but those extra features that come with DVDs are missing in action. Until now, that is.
In-earphones are the new earbuds, and Denon wants a piece of the action with what it thinks are some premium pieces for Android owners. Do they succeed, or would you be better off with something else?
One of the world’s best selling (and only) home carbonation products is getting a better way of making soft drinks, as SodaStream shows off a selection of pods that can work with its machines.
When this writer wanted to learn how to mix, you had to start with record decks, mixing on vinyl. These days, though, it’s a fair bit easier, and Philips has teamed up with internationally renowned DJ Armin van Buuren to show how that’s possible.