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If you’ve ever spent an afternoon surfing the App Store, you know there's a plethora of apps out there for the home theatre lover. So how do you choose? Which ones should take up gigs on your already full phone or tablet? Right this way ...
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With much anticipation, a new generation of the Furby has arrived! After hatching into the toy scene in 1998, this robotic critter instantly became one of the must-have toys of the year. Well known for its charming and playful personality, this furry hamster-owl-like critter has a mind of its own and interacts when you talk, pet, tickle, or feed it. Hasbro’s revival of Furby in 2012 boosted interactivity to a whole new level. It’s amazing to see how this classic childhood toy has evolved over the years to keep up with the digital age. Even more exciting is the recent unveiling of the Furby Boom, which has brought about tremendous change, especially in its free partner application.
Apple TV is one of the best ways to get content to your television. It's simple, relatively inexpensive and easy to use. If you found one under the tree, you're about to begin enjoying some great stuff right from the comfort of your living room. Hopefully by now it's unpacked, installed and you've got an iTunes login. Now to find out all the other little things to know!
The iPad Air is arguably the most popular and powerful tablet in the market today. While it boasts a huge ecosystem of apps and accessories, a proper keyboard can convert the content consumption marvel into a bona-fide productivity tool.
Logitech understands what various users need and while they have made a name for themselves by making various keyboard cases for a range of tablets, their line of iPad Air solutions runs the gamut from standalone keyboard covers to innovative cases that use various materials to keep the whole package light and portable.
So, whether you need a simple case, a standalone full-featured keyboard, a low-profile case with a fabric keyboard or a complete case and full-featured keyboard, Logitech has you covered.
Apple has made substantial changes to the iPad Air, slimming down the device’s profile and making it even lighter and easier to carry in one hand.
The challenge for accessory manufacturers is how to extend the iPad’s functionality without bulking it up. Let’s take a look at Logitech’s iPad Air accessories
Renting and buying movies online has been around for years, especially since Apple’s iTunes Store changed the industry and caused some very notable video rental stores to go belly up. CinemaNow first entered the Canadian market last year, and recently expanded its scope in the country with new apps for iOS and Android.
One feature introduced in Mac OS X Mountain Lion when it launched in the summer was the ability to use iMessage to send and receive messages with iOS users. If you haven’t tried it or haven’t found a use for it, it can come in real handy at opportune times.
A number of smartphones and tablets out on the market are made with Gorilla Glass, the tough panels that can take a beating from the daily wear and tear of finger tapping, swiping and handling, along with the odd drop to the ground. You probably handle your phone more times than you can count in any given day, and it may not surprise you to know that germs are an inevitable consequence. Corning, the company who makes Gorilla Glass, is aiming to offer a new antimicrobial version of the glass this year that will help make your phone stay cleaner.
One of the biggest trends in speakers in the last year was not just Bluetooth, but Bluetooth in combination with smaller form factors. A number of manufacturers have gotten into this game and Klipsch is one of the latest with the GiG, a small speaker that is meant to pump out impressive sound in a portable frame. Its unique design treatments and attention to detail make it an interesting option for a smaller speaker, but how does its performance match up once the music starts playing?
Home automation used to be a technical category that had very little, if anything, to do with consumer electronics. Garage door openers are great examples because their purpose and design was meant for convenience coupled with minimal usage. You pressed the button to open and close it like a remote control. That concept still works, but having the ability to do it anywhere, anytime using the device you always carry with you changes it in a lot of good ways.
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Enter the Striiv Play Smart Pedometer, a fitness tracker module that pairs with your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch to measure all the steps you take when walking, running, going up and down stairs, plus the elapsed time, distance traveled and calories you lost.
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