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Disney Descendants: Noise-isolating earbuds review

Disney is known for its characters, movies, television shows, and music – especially its music. With Disney Descendant’s soundtrack being released, you can now listen to it using the the Disney’s Descendants noise-isolating

Disney’s Descendants: Power bank review

Disney is really targeting their audience, which includes kids, tweens, and teens who are really into technology. Majority of tweens and teenagers own a cell phone and everyone’s biggest fear is

Want Windows 10 now? Try this…

Merry Christmas Microsoft fans, today is the day we have long been waiting for. Microsoft has begun the rollout of Windows 10 which will be bringing the new Edge Browser,

Razer buys Ouya

Razer has stepped in to acquire the struggling Android-based console. It seems that it also acquired its software assets as well as its games and store and plans to integrate them

Z5, Sony Z5… 007 to help launch Sony’s new flagship smartphone?

If you haven’t seen the trailer for the new James Bond movie, Spectre, stop what you are doing right now and go see it! Ok, now that you’ve educated yourself,

How to play Half-Life on your Android Wear

Are you in the mood to play the original Half-Life on your Android watch? Now, there’s a tool for that…well, a tool that requires a little bit of work to

New Microsoft Lumias reportedly coming with some interesting specs

(Microsoft Lumia 532 pictured) Rumors of Microsoft’s new flagship phones have been circulating the web for a while now. However, according to a report from Windows Central, we now have

Review: Corsair Gaming STRAFE Mechanical Keyboard

Corsair’s beloved sails are back and flying high again with the release of the new STRAFE Mechanical Keyboard. After about a week of use and comparison to the Corsair K70

iClever IC-BTH01 Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 Sports Headphones (review)

Probably one of the most annoying things you can encounter at the gym is the “accidental-snag-your-headphone-wire-while-you’re-running-on-the-treadmill.” Not only are you cursing at yourself under your breath and causing a scene,

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 rumored early release

Rumors have been flying that the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will be released a month earlier than expected. A recent report out of Korea may have just confirmed those rumors

MOS Reach Go: The portable charger that charges everything

We’ve all had that moment of panic. We get to our local coffee house and realize that our laptop is going to die, but there are no seats near plugs.

You can now own your own Star Trek communicator

Attention all Starfleet personal: your own communicator is now available. You can pair it to your vintage, 21st century communication devices, once referred to as “smartphones” to receive voice communications.

Japan accepts the US’ challenge to a robot duel

It truly is a great time to be a nerd. When writing this article I literally could not think of a title that was awesome enough to do this story

Samsung may have found a way to almost double your phone’s battery life

Yesterday, Samsung announced that they have developed a new technology that involves coating Graphene onto a silicone surface to produce higher energy density. Applying this technology to lithium batteries, like the

T-Mobile is shaking up the wireless industry again with Un-carrier Amped

For the past couple of years, T-Mobile has been making it their mission to change the way the wireless industry does business. So far the wireless “un-carrier”, as they call

E3 2015: Polk Audio’s new Striker line preview

While E3 is normally all about the line up of upcoming games, it’s always nice to take some time to also see what type of gaming accessories and peripherals we

Jam out Empire-style with Death Star Bluetooth speaker

Are you bored of your normal, everyday Bluetooth Speakers? Well you’re in luck, as ThinkGeek has something great for Star Wars fans. It’s the iHome Death Star Bluetooth speaker. It’s

VOMO, the 20mph electric scooter under $400

As a recently celebrated 20-year resident of Los Angeles, there’s nowhere on Earth I would rather call my home. That being said, it’s safe to assume I’ve been well-adjusted to

Blue Microphones’ Yeti USB Microphone – Blackout Edition review

After weeks of using Blue Microphones’ Blackout Yeti USB Microphone, it’s become one of the most important tools I have on my desk and in my bag to use with my laptop.

ASUS MeMO Pad 7 LTE tablet review

Over the last few weeks I got my chance to get check out the ASUS MeMO Pad 7 LTE, courtesy of Intel, and while I have messed around with many