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Top 3 Pepcom Products for Teens from CES 2014

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The Pepcom Digital Experience is one of the most anticipated events at the annual Consumer Electronics Show. More than 200 brands come together the night before CES officially opens to show tech journalists their best products of the year, and I'm bringing my three favorite products for teens to you.



CES 2014: Wireless Everywhere!

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Darn near everything I saw last night at the CES pre-shows in Las Vegas included some kind of wireless. Wireless watches and fitness products galore, wireless bicycle handlebars, a real wireless basketball which tracks your shot-making skills in the cloud (which will be another post entirely.) To put it succinctly, I was wirelessly wowed! I did manage to find a few items that were not so wirelessly connected, but still very cool...



CES 2014: Best of Pepcom's Digital Experience

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For me the Pepcom Digital Experience is like the unofficial launch of CES, an informal party where exhibitors give us a preview of what we can expect in the coming days of CES. With the sprawl of wireless charging solutions, audio gear, gaming gear, robotics, cameras, and wearable smart accessories it was a challenge to absorb everything that is on display. Nonetheless, I did my best to check out each and every booth at this condensed version of CES, and the following are some of the highlights of what I came across last night.



Hello from 2014 CES!

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Wow, another year flew by, and can hardly believe I'm here again at CES getting my press badge and gearing up for the writing extravaganza to begin! Several of us from the iPhoneLife writing pool descend upon the show like tech vultures every year, and this year will mark my fourth. 



CES 2014 Preview: Stay Tuned to iPhone Life for Live Coverage!

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Welcome to CES week at iPhone Life. We’ll be bringing you extensive coverage, reported live from downtown Las Vegas. CES (the International Consumer Electronics Show) is where most of the biggest names in consumer technology converge to show off their latest creations and newest technology. So stay tuned to iPhone Life for updated news and announcements from CES 2014, and also to find out the winners of the iPhone Life Best of Show awards.


Choice is the Ultimate Luxury and Piel Frama Offers Plenty

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People want to have a personal connection with their gadgets. A unique case is one way to further personalize this relationship. But you don't have to settle for different colored plastic cases that offer little in the way of protection or luxury. I have tried cases from Piel Frama before and always came away impressed. Their latest case for my iPhone 5s is a prime example of luxury and choice.



Keep the Power Flowing with Duracell Powermat

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I've written before about the Powermat offerings from Duracell, so I was pleased to see some enhancements to the product line. The Powermat products share a wireless charging mechanism that makes it really convenient to charge your batteries. Simply place the iPhone on a Powermat charging mat and the friendly beep indicates your phone is charging. No more fumbling for cables, especially at night.



Let Your iPhone Stick its Neck Out With the Une Bobine

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In my CES 2013 recap, I reviewed the previous generation of Fuse Chicken's Une Bobine flexible cable/stand, when it supported Apple's 30-pin devices. Now they have a Kickstarter project for their Lightning-based version. I don't always post about Kickstarter projects; but since they have a nice existing product, and they were able to send me a review sample, I'm confident this isn't vaporware like other Kickstarter projects.



Why is it so %$&# Hard to Make an App Easy?!?

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The other night my wife and I were cooking dinner. We decided to try using a new app in order to find a new recipe. Unfortunately, this app was so poorly designed that it was practically impossible to use. Anyone could have designed that app better, right? Wrong. It’s hard to design something to be easy to use. And there is a science behind why it's so hard.



Kubxlab Ultra Thin iPhone Case: Closest Thing to a Skin

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As a product reviewer who gets to try out all the latest gadgets and accessories, I should be grateful and should not be jealous. But one gadget I don't get to use often is skins. I try new cases all the time, and having a skin on my iPhone would get in the way.

Nevertheless, I daydream about carrying my iPhone 5 without a case. A skin would be a nice compromise, affording protection for the glass back without adding bulk. I also am partial to the real wooden backs and skins several vendors have released. I love the juxtaposition of natural materials against high-tech glass and aluminum.



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