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TechnologyTell Review: Kensington 5200mAh USB Mobile Charger

Is there ever going to be an end to external battery packs? Probably not for quite some time. So you might as well get in and get one now, right? While there are many, many to choose from, not all portable battery packs are equal. Curious as to how this one by Kensington holds up? more »

TechnologyTell Review: Limefuel Rugged L150XR battery

I brought my Limefuel L130X battery to a park (a park! for my kid) this one time, and it came back home looking quite roughed up. It had been knocked down off its perch a bunch of times – the kids thought it was a game after the first few drops. Sure it still works more »

Aria smartstrap makes smartwatches smarter with gesture control

When it comes to wearables, namely smartwatches, there’s a variety of accessories available to the consumer. You’ve got your bands, docks, charging docks, and even some protective covers. It’s all great for personalizing and protecting the latest wearable. But if you really want to deck your smartwatch out with the latest tech, gesture control is more »

VR or mobile gaming? Take Nod Labs’ wireless ring controller with you

Remember when the Nod gesture control ring was creating a bit of buzz last year? Although you may not have heard much about Nod since then, the company has been hard at work fine-tuning their product as well as creating a brand new one. On top of it all, Nod Labs has just announced closing $13.5 million series A funding.

Microsoft rolls out trio of new Portable Dual chargers starting at $35

In addition to mobile and desktop software, smartphones, fitness bands, so-called “laplets”, gaming consoles and, soon enough, business-oriented gargantuan all-in-one PCs, the father of all multitaskers has last fall decided to dabble in mobile accessories.

Forget about 2D. Holus bumps entertainment to 3D holographic glory

The world we live in and interact with is three dimensional. Chairs, books, and even the technology we handle on a daily basis has substance on three axis. Digital content? Most all of that is flat. But if you’re curious to take a peek into the future of digital entertainment, then look no further than Holus.

TechnologyTell Review: Champ Bodyguard Battery, panic alarm

TechnologyTell Review: Champ Bodyguard Battery, panic alarm

Want to customize, transform your audio environment? These buds do it.

One little gadget that I almost always have with me when I go out is the Doppler Labs DUBS filters. Whether it’s deciding, on a whim, to hit up a local venue for a live performance, or if I want to quiet the street noise while sitting and working at a coffee shop, my DUBS filters are there. It’s one of the best things you can get for $25. But now they’ve gone and outdone themselves.

TechnologyTell Review: Juno Power Nova Blox battery

After having had a few metal-body external battery packs to test out, I’m really starting to dig them. Sure, there are some plastic batteries, be it hard or soft, that are quite fetching. But there’s just something about the look and feel of metal. Like the device is more expensive than it really is, especially when it’s smaller and cuter. Like the Nova Blox from Juno Power.

These two wrist wearables feature watches with a twist

With the amount of attention and hype backing smartwatches from major companies throughout this past year, it’s pretty easy to feel fatigued from it all. the marketing pressure from smartphones, tablets, PCs/laptops, and everything else can be bad enough. On top of all that, smartwatches add another tier for spec-wars, generational upgrading, and all the accessories that ‘must’ go with it.

Xiaomi Mi Store ready for US and European launches with accessories in tow

Though merely founded half a decade ago, Xiaomi has quickly gained a reputation as one of the mobile décor’s fastest risers. The world’s third largest smartphone distributor, according to some market analysts, a solid top ten contender, based on other research, the Mi Note and Mi Note Pro architects rose to fame chiefly on thriving domestic popularity.

Finally. A selfie-stick for non-narcissists/-psychopaths

Considering the overwhelming backlash and criticism of “selfie sticks”, it takes a set of cojones to market a new product with such striking resemblance and overlapping use. Coachella made a point to ban selfie sticks and narcissists at their 2015 show. But “totems” and “stuffed animals” were also listed as prohibited, so I’m not sure how serious to take them.