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The plot thickens. Last week, KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reported that Apple has been working on over-the-ear headphones in addition to new AirPods. Today, Bloomberg confirms this information and adds t

Cabledrop can really blend in with your decor, use them hidden under ledges with the muted colors to match your furniture or bring them to light by using the bright ones. Beyond just preventing cables from falling off a desk, they make great cable clips on furniture legs or walls to control unruly cords.

As smartphone screens have gotten larger, they’ve become our go-to entertainment devices. But there are still many times in which you may want to watch movies or TV shows on a much larger screen when a TV isn’t nearby. That’s where the Movi smartphone comes in: The $599 Android phone includes an integrated projector that can project 720p videos.

This prototype phone shown by Chinese phonemaker Vivo has no official name, price or sale date. But its virtual home button, which appears only when you need it and then gets out of the way, may be a harbinger of things to come. It’s a killer feature that was rumored for both the iPhone X and Samsung Galaxy S8 — neither of which had it. We’re clinging to the hope that it finds its way onto the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S9.

Get rid of cord clutter on your desk and have easy access to your headphones with the Anchor. Mounts in seconds and holds ultra-strong with the same adhesive GoPro uses. Flexible silicone construction protects your headphones and won’t hurt if you ever bump it with you knee.

Laptop, mobile phone, iPad, e-reader, digital camera… Nowadays there are so many devices that need to be charged. Add to that your regular appliances: TV, laptop, etc. The E-BOX Cable Organizer is the perfect storage solution for all power strips and cables that you have lying around. It hides them neatly, efficiently and dust-free!

The first 8K (7,680×4,320-pixel) display, this 32-inch monitor crams in enough resolution to retouch the hairs off a model’s face and nudge your pixels precisely in Adobe Illustrator. It doesn’t match that by covering the entire Rec 2020 color space — it’s only 10-bit color, not 12-bit — and it’s not clear whether it stores the color profiles in hardware or not, but you can’t expect everything at once. For $5,000, though, Dell should throw in the calibrator for free.

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Are you ready to find the best office gadgets for both fun and getting the job done? Stop by Gadget Review, read our office gadget reviews, and get great ideas for what you are looking for. Gadget Review provides real time news updates on all the latest, greatest office desk accessories, best office chairs for the money, along with pieces exploring that hard-to-find solution you’ve been wanting for years. Thanks to the swift rise of sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo, there are a whole lot of projects out there tackling those annoying little office problems. Whether you want a smart water filter, a desk with built-in iPad ports, or a floating Bluetooth speaker (all real thing), there’s probably a campaign for that. And now with Gadget Review’s help, you know exactly what’s hot and what you can safely ignore!

Conferences and business meetings will never be the same now that Sony has introduced their new 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector. The projector sits on the floor and much closer to the wall or screen than any other traditional projector, yet still presents an incredibly sharp picture. The projector’s sleek, minimalist design makes it looks like a work of art with theater-quality visual and audio capabilities. It’s no wonder Sony’s announcement of the 4K was its most exciting of the year — according to early reviews, not only does the 4K feel like the future of projectors, it feels like the future of television.

The kitchen has always been the heart of the home – but never have there been so many ‘must-have’ gadgets expected to live within it. Food fads come and go (think 1970s fondue sets and 1990s breadmakers), but the trend for healthy eating, along with galloping improvements in technology, shows no sign of slowing down any time soon.

For those in industries involving graphics or game design, it can be a constant challenge and expense to keep hardware up-to-date. Now, the tech giant Razer might have a solution in Project Christine, a modular desktop computer that allows users to swap in new components with minimal knowledge, effort, or expense. Disc-like components such as a CPU, a GPU, a hard-drive, or a memory plug in simply to Christine’s backbone. Once connected, Project Christine automatically syncs the new module through PCI-Express — the same technology graphics cards already use. Though Project Christine was the talk of CES 2014, it is not yet available in wide release.

The earliest[citation needed] documented use of the term gadget in context of software engineering was in 1985 by the developers of AmigaOS, the operating system of the Amiga computers (intuition.library and also later gadtools.library). It denotes what other technological traditions call GUI widget—a control element in graphical user interface. This naming convention remains in continuing use (as of 2008) since then.

It has never been easier to digitize important photos and documents than with the Photo to iPad Scanning Dock; simply feed a photo or document into the scanner and in as little as twelve seconds, the document can be saved as a digital file. Plus, the integrated dock holds your iPad upright and has a built-in Lightning connector that recharges the battery in only five hours. The scanning dock is perfect for anyone who needs to sign or gather papers on the go, the scanner scans any sheet up to 8 1/2” x 14”.

While the UV Sense is designed to be worn on your nail, L’Oréal will also be releasing accessories so that users can wear it in different ways, too. The beauty company worked with designer and entrepreneur Yves Béhar on the product, in part why it resembles nail art rather than a piece of wearable technology.

VR goggles are nice and all, but how can you really feel like you’re flying when your feet are on the ground — or your butt is on the couch? Enter this Paris-based startup, which built a piece of furniture to help you get your body in the game.

The two outer channels have a looser grip for cables that you take in and out frequently. The two inner channels have a tighter grip for cables you rarely remove to stay put. CableDrop Multi uses a semi-permanent (3M) adhesive tape to stay put on flat surfaces.

Powerful rechargeable 4200mAh iPhone 7 Plus battery case helps keep your phone charged the entire day. *NOTICE* – ONLY compatible with Apple Airpods or any other wireless Bluetooth headphone accessories.

Setting your phone on a mount in your car has never been easier! LAX Magnetic Air Vent Holder for smartphones saves you the hassle of placing your smartphone securely to make sure it doesn’t fall just push it in the air vent! The LAX Magnetic Air Vent Mount features a magnetic technology, which means your smartphone will be secure and have no chance of falling. When a phone is secure in place, it becomes easier to use for GPS navigation too.

Apple’s latest smartwatch finally lets you leave your phone at home. Since it supports LTE, you can receive calls and texts on your wrist even when your phone is out of range. The third-generation Apple Watch also brings a faster processor and a new barometric altimeter for measuring activities like the numbers of stairs you climb. The Apple Watch isn’t meant to replace your phone, and just about anything you would usually use your phone for is better on a larger screen. But the freedom to leave your phone at home when you step out to walk the dog or go on a run may be just enough to persuade smartwatch skeptics that the Apple Watch is worth considering, especially for athletic types.

If you selected an iPhone for T-Mobile, it will come with the appropriate nano-SIM, but you’ll need to contact T-Mobile or visit an Apple Store to activate your iPhone. If you selected the SIM-free iPhone, you’ll need to insert your own nano-SIM card or obtain one from the supported carrier of your choice and activate it in order to use your iPhone.

What it does: This 1.7-litre smart kettle, with auto shut-off, has two water-level indicators and a variable temperature from 80 to 100 degrees. The base has seven buttons – five to select temperatures, one to turn it on and another to activate a ‘keep warm’ feature that keeps water hot for 20 minutes after it has boiled.

With the Anker Astro Mini external battery, you won’t ever need to worry about running out of phone battery while out on the job. While most external batteries on the market work exclusively with either iPhone or Android, the Anker Astro Mini uses PowerIQ technology to identify your device in order to “speak its unique charging language.” Keep the 3 oz. Anker Astro Mini in a purse or pocket, and plug it into your phone when you need a full recharge. And there’s no need to worry about taking the Anker Astro Mini outside of the office — it’s aluminum outer shell makes it a rugged and durable accessory.

If you’re looking for extreme fun for you and your kids, without breaking the bank, you’re going to fly high with this gadget. The Nano Hexacopter is an amazing little flyer – crazy fast and very stable, it is the ultimate Mini Drone out there, and with a ridiculous price tag of $49.99 it’s also the cheapest one around.

The much-loved feature made a welcome return in Windows 10 but freezes and other issues have been reported by a number of users. If you’re experiencing one of these bugs, try the solutions we’ve set out below and hopefully your Start Menu will be up and running like normal again.

If you’ve ever wanted to quickly transport images or files to/from your iPad via SD or CF card, now you finally can! Perfect for digital photographers who would like to quickly view their images on an iPad.

When the music beats, the equalizer moves to the beat of music! Luminous uniform soft,not glare,no flicker,no radiation. Cool Flashing Light increases safety while driving at night; at the same time, …

High-tech wearables are nothing new for the business world, but in 2014, Intel introduced an interesting new set of earbuds that can help you stay both mentally and physically healthy throughout your day, including while at work. These body-monitoring earbuds sync to both iOS and Android phones, and track everything from calorie and distance traveled, to your heartbeat in real time. When that inevitable slump occurs just after lunch, the earbuds will automatically play you a song especially chosen to pump you up, while a calming song will be offered after that frustrating meeting with your boss.

Vent and dash mounts mean this smart phone car mount can be positioned to fit your needs. Optimal viewing with advanced carbon steel gimbal for 140-degree rotation. This magnet phone holder for car vents is ideal for cell phones of all sizes, with or without a case.

One of the benefits of working in a corporate office is they normally have expensive security systems to protect their assets. You might have anti-virus software for your home office, but the protection against hackers usually stops there.

In a perfect world, the smartphone is a device that will never get obsolete, will have infinite battery life and of course, storage that never runs out at all. However, reality has proven itself to be a very, very different beast, with many of us juggling with our smartphone storage and wondering just how 128GB of space gets filled up so quickly, when all those years ago with a 40MB hard drive, it more or less took forever to fill up. Halos is here to help with their GoDrive Pro, ensuring that your iPhone will never, ever experience the issue of not having enough space to stash stuff inside.

• Affordability: A product with a retail value of $100 or less was given 2 points towards its total, while a product with a retail value of $101 or more was given 1 point. Those few products that are not yet widely available were not awarded points based on their affordability.

You want an ice cream? Yes. Do you want vanilla? Chocolate? Pistachio, hazelnut, strawberry, peach sorbet, rum raisin, mint choc chip, chunky monkey? Suddenly, the idea of an ice cream doesn’t seem so appealing.

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