The Talk & Charge rechargeable batteries by myCharge are excellent companions for iPhone and Android users. The battery’s slim, flat design makes them easy to stack with your device. In what’s now a saturated market, MyCharge is banking that the unique design and high quality construction of the Talk & Charge batteries make them stand out from the crowd. From what I can tell, they do.
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The iPhone 6 is here and so are the CandyShell cases by Speck Products. Speck’s CandyShell cases are some of the most popular for iPhones and for good reason. All the cases have perfect cutouts for the iPhone ports and camera. The buttons are covered and easy to use. And even though all the cases have “military-grade” protection, most of them don’t add a lot of bulk.
Here’s an overview of the four Speck CandyShell cases for the iPhone 6 (4.7″):
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When it comes to grilling up the perfect steak, or ensuring chicken doesn’t dry out, there’s no better way to do that then to use a meat thermometer. That’s common knowledge and easy enough, right? Well, for those of us who want to incorporate technology into nearly every aspect of our lives, what better way to do so than with a Bluetooth thermometer? And thus, I take a look at the iGrilmini by iDevices.
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Studio Neat originally released the Glif, a tripod mount for iPhone. It was a solid accessory for those wanting a way to hold their iPhone in place when capturing photos, but it had its drawbacks as well. Fast forward to the second version of Glif, and you’ll see that Studio Neat has taken into account the drawbacks and tried to account for them all. How does it stack up?
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Controlling an outlet and whatever is plugged into that outlet from your smartphone from anywhere in the world is cool. But controlling that outlet while seeing exactly how much energy the item is using is even cooler. That’s exactly what the latest addition to the WeMo line, the Insight Switch, allows you to do.
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Having a single iPhone or smartphone used to be a big deal, then came tablets like the iPad. Now having multiple devices is the norm, which brings us to a charging dilemma. Charging your devices at home is probably a non-issue, but how about when you’re in your car? Can you and your spouse or partner charge your phones at the same time? What about an iPad? Got kids in the back with their own devices? What then? Kensington tries to address all of these questions with the PowerBolt 3.1 car charger.
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Apple’s 2013 World Wide Developer Conference presentation started off with a product demo from a company called Anki. The demo was the typical product demo on the tech world’s largest stage, containing a couple of hiccups, but it went well overall. The product demoed on stage was called Anki Drive, a product that brings artificial intelligence to cars, and uses your iOS device to control them in battle.
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