Category: Gadgets

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Are CD Players Outdated?

The CD player is a piece of technology that has lived with us since 1982, but are they finally becoming obsolete? Space wise, the CD player has become too large for people in the 21st century to handle. With the recent inventions of MP3 players, iPods, smartphones and some lesser...

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Xbox One will be released 27th November, says Amazon

Amazon’s american branch is claiming that Microsoft’s upcoming console, the Xbox One, will be on sale from 27 November. Whilst the Redmond-based company are yet to officially confirm a release date, Amazon, who received over 2500 pre-orders of next-generation consoles per minute, could definitely be considered a trusted source. The Xbox...

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Speck HandyShell iPad case: Review

Protecting your beloved tablet usually comes with its downfalls. Either a case is so thin and unobtrusive that it provides no protective qualities, or it’s so large it ruins the portable nature of the device. The Speck HandyShell, whilst far from the smallest iPad case around, seeks to tie in...

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Samsung unveils Galaxy S4 Mini

Samsung has just announced the newest device to its smartphone lineup, the Galaxy S4 mini. As with the S3 mini, however, the little brother of the company’s flagship phone promises equivocal performance in a more portable design, but delivers poorly on specs. The S4 mini is powered by a lesser...

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The Xbox One: what you need to know

Microsoft has finally unveiled its new games console and the gaming world is alive with debate. But for those who missed this long-anticipated announcement, here is a summary of everything you need to know about the Xbox One. What’s in the name? The Xbox One has baffled a lot of...

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Bellroy. The wallet that slims your pocket.

Wallets. Our pocket companions. We keep them with us every day, they never leave our sides. We use them frequently, be it for a coffee or a new laptop. But the question is; why are they so ugly? This was one of the common problems which the team at Bellroy set...

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Google cosies up to Samsung with OLED Glass displays

It’s not a secret that some companies are getting wary of Samsung’s huge presence in the Android market. In Q1 2013 alone, the company shipped 106.6 million handsets, capturing almost 30% of the worldwide market. Apple have recently made bold moves away from the Korean giant, changing its suppliers for a...