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We’ve seen plenty of 10 inch tablets, but Toshiba is trying an 8 incher of its own, and it will even let you play with all those Windows apps you already own.
Not everyone has perfect hearing, and most people don’t, but if you have a hearing aid and you’re wondering if the technology would ever converge with smartphones, your time has finally come.
The Sonos system has never been a terribly cheap sound system to buy into, but the Play:1 speaker brings a dose of wireless HiFi to any part of your home without breaking the bank too much.
It hasn’t exactly been HTC’s best kept secret, but the news is finally out, and HTC’s new “One” flagship for 2014 will keep the name from 2013, but change nearly everything else.
KEF may be known for its speakers, but the English high-end audio company is now showing the world what it’s capable of doing in headphones, and turning out one of the best pairs we’ve ever heard.
Everything seems to need a touchscreen these days, and Acer’s getting in on that, adding a touch panel to its C720 Chromebook. Does it make the computer better?
Overseas trips can be a burden for families, businesspeople — anyone, really — thanks to our ongoing requirement of data, and how much telcos like to charge for the privilege, but Aussie start-up GlobalGig hopes to improve things substantially.
Portable computers look set to improve this month, as Acer releases a budget tablet destined to take on Apple’s iPad Mini, and a new Chromebook that lets gives your fingers some more fun.
If peripheral maker Belkin has its way, you’ll never change tablet keyboards again. The company tried to make that happen with last year’s “Ultimate Keyboard,” a name that wasn’t quite indicative of the product, though it was still quite good. Belkin is back, though, with an even more ultimate keyboard than before.
Noise cancelling without the big size and requirement of keeping batteries in your luggage? Sign us up.