asus zenbook ux305 fccBefore a particular piece of consumer electronics device were to hit the market, it will first need to go through the good graces of the FCC. Well, spotting a particular device over at the FCC is more often than not the mark that said device is set to roll out soon, and the ASUS Zenbook UX305 Ultrabook happens to have done just that. This Intel Core M Broadwell powered Ultrabook is the first Ultrabook from ASUS that will feature that very processor. It is about time, too, since the ASUS Zenbook UX305 Ultrabook was first introduced in September earlier this year, which makes it two months since then.

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pokemon orasIt is more or less a given that anything with the word Pokemon in the video game title is going to sell, with the main question being, just how well will it sell for? For instance, the most recent Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire which were released managed to move more than 3 million units of the game in a matter of three days. This can be considered to be a whopping success according to some game studios, but then again it is the Pokemon franchise that we are talking about here, where it has yet to reach Pokemon X & Y’s levels.

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A rose, by any other name, would smell just as sweet. Having said that, the LG KizOn which was launched in South Korea earlier this year, has now arrived on American shores, where it has received a name change along the way, being known as the LG GizmoPal. The LG GizmoPal happens to be a wearable device that you can purchase for your children, especially if they have been hankering after you for a smartwatch. The LG GizmoPal will work in this simple manner – it needs to be set up with a pre-configured number and with a single button, the child wearing it is able to make or receive a call to and from it.

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apple auctionWhen it comes to Apple as a company, most people would know of the two people – Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, but there is a third person who was also a co-founder of Apple, and that would be the extremely low profile Ronald Wayne. He too, played an instrumental role when it comes to the earliest days of the company that has a $700 billion market capitalization, and this time around, he will be putting up his collection of private documents on auction. These are no ordinary private documents, do take note of that, as they will be related to the fragile and young days at Apple.

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drone harrassFor those who are adrenaline junkies and simply cannot live without a sense of danger or adventure happening around you, chances are you would have picked up a GoPro camera along the way, too. After all, once you have lived to tell your tale to others, you might as well show it to them with your GoPro recording, right? It seems that GoPro has plans in the future that will involve far more than just regular action cameras that can take quite a hit – they do intend to enter the drone business.

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HP Slate 6 VoiceTabEarlier this year, we did bring you word on the HP Slate 6 VoiceTab that was set to hit India later in 2014, which it did, and within the same calendar year, here we have HP rolling out that particular tablet’s successor, where it has been uncreatively called the HP Slate 6 VoiceTab II. For those who are curious to know whether the HP Slate 6 VoiceTab II is going to function as a real significant upgrade compared to its predecessor, you will be disappointed that this is not the case.

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gs5 1dollarJust what can a dollar do these days in terms of purchasing power? Well, it is enough to provide someone living in a third world country with a nutritious meal, but in the US, it ain’t gonna do much other than get you some trinkets at the dollar store, or perhaps buy you a cheap burger at a fast food joint on a promotion. This coming Black Friday, however, would see Best Buy offer you the Samsung Galaxy S5 for a mere $1 – although the catch would be requiring you to sign up for a two-year contract, which is not too much of a catch at all in the first place.

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Obama google hangoutThe most powerful man in the world, President Barack Obama of the US, has just signed the E-Label act into law today, and this particular move could result in all of those ugly logos that are printed on the back of your mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets should be a thing of the past some time down the road.

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karbonn sparkle vWhen it comes to Android One powered smartphones, those used to be launched in India across several smartphones, and it seems that the Android One bandwagon is about to cross over to Europe – in the U.K. in fact, with Indian handset manufacturer Karbonn having introduced the Karbonn Sparkle V in that part of the world.

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sennheiser storeIt seems that what was once temporary is now made permanent – at least until December 28th this year, with premium audio brand Sennheiser having opened up their temporary stores. These experiential stores will boast of an audiovisual design concept that is rather novel, and customers are invited so that they can enjoy the pleasures of excellent sound. These stores will be based in the trend-setting neighborhoods of New York’s Lower East Side and San Francisco’s Mission District.

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