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he UpperCup has a circular bevvie holder that pops up when you need it and then folds flat against the phone when you've had your fill. ->
Just in time for the holidays, there's a new super gadget to add to your wish list: Behringer's iNuke Boom - quite likely the loudest iPhone and iPod speaker to ever hit the market. Everything about the aptly named product is supersized: it measures a whopping 8 feet by 4 feet. It weighs more than ...
These days, many companies have addressed the perpetually dying cell phone problem with battery packs. With USB output, these portable batteries -- powered via wall outlets, the sun's rays or a hand crank -- can charge up most mobile devices. Yet such a solution has been lacking for the laptop, ano...
Automatically turning off a phone's Bluetooth and Wi-Fi capabilities until a message comes in saves battery life.
Each lightbulb has its own IP address that's controlled wirelessly via an app and smartphone.
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