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Polaroid Pop Mixes Nostalgia With Latest Technology

01/05/2017, Polaroid may not be as important as it once was. Carrying a camera around that can print photos on the fly isn’t something that most people do nowadays, they’d rather just take a quick picture with their smartphone and post it online....

Misfit Launches Vapor, Its First Touchscreen Smartwatch

01/05/2017, At the Consumer Electronics Show 2017 today in Las Vegas, wearable device company Misfit launched its first touchscreen smartwatch called the Misfit Vapor. It combines the functionality that a smartwatch offers with all of the features that Misfit’s...

Google Assistant For Android TV Made Official

01/05/2017, The internet search giant announced Google Assistant several months ago, the AI assistant has been designed to help users get things done easily across different contexts, places, and situations. Google has confirmed at the Consumer Electronics Show 2017...

iHeartRadio Music Streaming Services Go Live

01/05/2017, iHeartRadio announced two paid music streaming services last month and kicked off a beta test. The services will help the company compete against the likes of Spotify and Apple Music. The two services – called iHeart Radio Plus and iHeartRadio All...

Huawei Mate 9 To Come Preloaded With Amazon’s Alexa

01/05/2017, [CES 2017] We have to really commend Amazon on their decision to open up their voice assistant platform to third-party developers. Thanks to this decision, we’ve seen quite a few companies take advantage of it by making their products compatible and...

Griffin Gets Into Home Appliances With The Griffin Home Collection

01/05/2017, [CES 2017] Griffin is a company many are familiar with when it comes to accessories for their mobile devices. The company creates all kinds of accessories ranging from cases to cables, but it seems that they have decided to expand their offerings by...

SanDisk’s New MicroSD Card Lets You Run Apps Off It Smoothly

01/05/2017, [CES 2017] If there is one advantage that Android devices have over iPhones is the support for expandable storage. OEMs can choose if they want their phones to support memory cards like microSD, which means that on top of the native storage, users can...

NVIDIA’s GeForce Now Game Streaming Expanded To The PC & Mac

01/05/2017, [CES 2017] Back in 2015, NVIDIA announced a game streaming service called GeForce Now. The service had actually existed before and was known as Grid before being relaunched as GeForce Now, and one of the drawbacks to the service was that it was exclusive...

Technics Grand Class SL-1200GR Turntable Announced

01/05/2017, [CES 2017] Panasonic’s Technics brand is a brand that is extremely popular amongst DJs, especially with the SL-1200 model which many consider to be a classic. This is why it was a nice surprise in 2016 when the company unveiled the SL-1200GAE, which is...

Griffin Announces 100W Hi-Power Breakaway Cable For MacBook Pro

01/05/2017, [CES 2017] Apple has come up with many great inventions in the past, like the iPod, the iPhone, the iPad, and so on. However if there is one invention that many can agree was a clever idea, it would be the MagSafe cable for charging laptops, in which...

SanDisk Unveils 256GB Flash Drive With 380MB/s Write Speeds

01/05/2017, [CES 2017] Flash drives are incredibly handy as they tend to be small, so keeping one on your person all the time isn’t that troublesome. This means getting files and transferring files to and from another computer is pretty easy, but if you’re the...

JBL Pulse 3 Bluetooth Speakers Unveiled, As Just Colorful As Ever

01/05/2017, [CES 2017] The JBL Pulse speaker was originally announced a few years ago. It was then followed up by the JBL Pulse 2 which featured a similar design with the addition of being splashproof. Now at CES 2017, the folks at JBL are back and they have unveiled...