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Lepow Lets You Accessorize in Style

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There is no excuse these days to have boring accessories thanks to companies like Lepow who are making elegant, colorful, minimalist gear to enhance the daily use of our phones and tablets. These gadgets have become an intimate part of our lives, so we need to keep them charged up and ready. Lepow understands this and makes chargers and other gear that fits right in with our fashion and travel needs.



iNPOFi: Wireless Charging Nirvana!

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The iNPOFi Deluxe pack features both a charging board, a mobile charger (which is also a wireless charging pad), and a case. It's an altogether impressive package, but if you are looking to embed this award-winning wireless charging capability in your own technology, iNPOFi has you covered there as well.



Review: Mobile Home Siri Remote

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Have you ever seen the Chevrolet "eyes-free" commercials and seethed with jealousy because you can't talk to your late 90s vehicle? I have. And then came Mobile Home.



Keep Your Phone Steady As She Goes While Driving With Airframe Vent Clip

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I've tried vent clips before as a way to keep my phone in place in my car, but many of them have springs or plastic clips that don't do a good job or break. If that leads to a phone falling, that could be an expensive problem. So my phone usually ends up in a cup holder, which makes it harder to access for GPS navigation, music control, or phone calls. Of course, make sure you don't drive when distracted, or let yourself be distracted while driving!



A Review of 3 Very Different Keyboards

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I’m about to provide a basic evaluation of three new keyboards. Before I do, though, I have to raise an issue about keyboard portability. Notebook computers, or tablet convertibles, typically fold over the keyboard, protecting them from the harsh jiggling they are likely to encounter during travel.



Great iOS Gear for Kids and Parents

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If you are a parent, you already know how interested your kids are in your iOS devices. And as much as we may try limit and monitor their exposure to this touchscreen technology, it's hard to blame them for being interested in our iDevices. After all, they are by their very nature so observant of us and of how "plugged in" we can be at times, not to mention the abundance of great, child-appealing apps in the App Store. The thing is, gear and accessories that might be perfect for an adult might be less than ideal for little people. With that in mind, here's a list of some great iOS gear that is well-suited for both kids and their parents.



ZAGG Slim Book Keyboard Case With 2-Year Battery Could Outlast Your iPad

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The iPad mini is perhaps the most powerful compact tablet available. You can leverage the thousands of full-size iPad apps yet still slip your iPad mini into just about any purse, bag, briefcase, or even coat pocket. That's why I traded in my original iPad Air for an iPad mini 3. I now leave my MacBook Pro at home and rely on the iPad mini when out of the office or out of town. The one thing that's missing is a mechanical keyboard.



Second Screens in Several Sizes

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At CES, several vendors offered "second screen" monitors either intended to be used as "accessory" screens to complement a larger monitor or to serve as a single purpose screen to keep tabs on specific content. It's a neat concept, with some neat designs, that is only possibly now because of lower costs, increased supply, and new technologies and concepts like the Internet of Things.



Product Review: Fuel + Mobile Rechargeable Batteries by Patriot

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It's always a total bummer when you lose battery power on the go. I know it's not something I can handle at all because my phone is my life. I live and die by that thing and if it goes down, so do I. The good people at Patriot clearly know me very well and sent me two of their FUEL + chargers to review: The smaller 6000 mAh ($49.99) and the larger and more powerful 12,000 mAh style ($79.99).



DX-6 Battery Case Breakdown

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The UNU DX-6 ($79.95) is a fabulous looking (and feeling) iPhone 6 case that comes with a screen protector and a headphone extender cable. The tough and sturdy case can add up to 18 hours of talk time (or 63 hours of music playback or 313 hours of standby time) to your iPhone 6, at least according to the technical specs. The technical hype turned out to be quite accurate in my experience.



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