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Nest Protect

The Nest Protect is probably not your average smoke detector. Actually some would call it a pretty smart gadget considering what it can do for your living conditions and how much improvement it can bring in your life, especially if you live in an environment with great hazard risk. This cool gadget comes with something […]

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The Smartphone LaserTag

Laser tag is a hell of a game. You get to play with friends and have lots of fun while getting your adrenaline high. It also doesn’t involve getting hurt so it’s much better than most team sports. But you don’t even have to get out of the house to play laser tag nowadays, all […]

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Sony VAIO – More Than A Laptop

Sony is known for being a leading manufacturer in everything from computers to mp3 players and while the quality of their products is high, the prices usually make them available for just a part of consumers. VAIO is a part of Sony used for computer design and manufacturing. It is an acronym that stands for […]

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Jawbone UP

Living a healthy life and exercising everyday is not really how it works nowadays. Most people don’t have time to stay in shape and their busy schedule doesn’t allow them to do much after work. One of the biggest problems with having a fitness regime is measuring every aspect of your entire day. This problem […]

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Tips for a More Efficient Use of Your iPad

iPad is a device that does not need a user manual. Apple has built the tablet in such a logical way that even a baby can use it, one way or the other, without any prior instructions. However, there are some easy tricks not everybody is aware of. 1. Add apps on the bar The […]

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Withings WiFi Scale

Reaching that perfect weight is never easy and even with the right diet and a lot of exercise, most people still don’t manage to reach their goals. Maybe the most important thing is perseverance and there is a new gadget that can help you stay motivated by offering a detailed analysis of your progress so […]

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FIFA 2013 – A New Successful Product by EA Sports

The result of a monumental work and a new step forward in a long series of high rated games, FIFA 2013 has been released on the market on September 25th. Will this game continue the seemingly unstoppable mounting curve of EA Sports products? It most certainly looks like it. Ever since FIFA 2008 the American […]

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Google Goggles – the New Hip or What?

According to rumors circulating over the media for a few months, taking your smartphone out of the pocket in order to plan a route, to check the weather or read your email will be a historical gesture. How can this happen? By the end of the year, Google is expected to launch on the market […]

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3 Odd But Cool Gadgets

When people say gadgets we naturally think about a tablet, some new smartphone or a laptop. Here is a list of some more eccentric gadgets for people with a more unique, original view on technology. Buy these gadgets or offer them as gifts and become a trendsetter, not just another follower. At the very least […]

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Cool Gifts To Keep Up With Technology

If you took a break from the latest gadgets or you want to keep somebody updated with the coolest electronics on the market, this article will prove to be a useful gift guide. If your friend or the person you are trying to impress with a gift is very tech savvy, the following gifts will […]

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