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Introducing Sticky9, just in time for Mother’s Day

With only a few more days until Mother’s Day, I thought I would take the time to introduce everyone to Sticky9.com. Sticky9 is a website that can convert your Instagram photos into magnets or iPhone and iPad cases. With free shipping worldwide, Sticky9 is easy to use and only requires your Instagram account to get started. Who wouldn’t love […]

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Gaming Review Tech

A New Hold on Mobile Gaming: Phonejoy Controller Review

Since we first saw Gametel back at CES in 2012, many many companies have played their hands in the saturated market of mobile gaming solutions. NVIDIA launched the NVIDIA Shield – an all-in-one Android gaming device that doubles as a remote PC game streaming solution. Yet more affordable solutions like the MOGA made a big […]

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CES 2014: STM Bags Grip for MacBook Air 13″

Let’s take a look back to CES 2014 where we first got introduced to STM. STM is an Australian based company that offers a wide variety of bags and protective cases that don’t scream out: “Hey, look! I’ve got a laptop in here!” Let’s face it, when it come to laptop bags we all would like one that is lightweight, filled with tons of pockets to stow away stuff and, more importantly, protects our mobile devices. At CES 2014, STM blew me away with their vast array of bags and cases that appeared to have everything I was looking for. So, let’s take a look at one of STM’s product offerings: the Grip for the MacBook Air 13″.

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SteelSeries Siberia Elite “Steels” the Scene – PC Gaming Headset Review

When it came to PC gaming headsets, SteelSeries had a simple yet widely excepted approach to their units. A light frame holding the two ear cups with a suspension band in the center that rests comfortably on the users head. Can’t argue with comfort can you? Well since 2004, SteelSeries has made several iterations to […]

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SteelSeries Sensei Wireless Available for Pre-Order

We covered the SteelSeries Sensei Wireless when it was showcased @ CES 2014 back in January. Today, the wireless rebirth of SteelSeries award-winning tournament-grade mouse has become available for pre-order. Going one step further, it has been announced that the mouse will sport compatibility with the new SteelSeries Engine 3 CloudSync, adding yet another layer […]

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CES 2014 – TYLT TUNZ Review

Working from home is sometimes a blessing and a curse. You get to save yourself from the hassle of getting dressed and battling your way through public transportation. However, since you’re not physically in the office, you are bombarded with tons of conference call meeting invites and that often meant placing your phone on speaker […]

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Music Review Tech

Westone UM Pro 30 Review – Monitors, for Your Ears

I’ll be the first to admit that I’m a tad spoiled when it comes to audio. I tend to be picky when dealing with in-ear monitors (IEMs), ear buds, headsets and speakers. I’m not an audiophile by any stretch of the imagination but I know good, clean sound when I hear it.  When I was […]

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Xbox One Stereo Headset Adapter Review

Microsoft made waves last year, not all of it good when it officially announced the Xbox One.  DRM and the always-on Kinect camera aside, one of the lesser knocks against the new console was the fact that it could not support third party gaming headsets out of the box.  Lack of third party headset support […]

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CES 2014 – TYLT ENERGI 5K Battery Pack

Every time I see someone with a clunky phone cover that is actually an expanded battery pack, I cringe. I can never understand why people choose to ruin the aesthetic of their phones for the sake of prolonging their device’s battery life. If either you’re using an external battery park cover or know someone who […]

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Sound BlasterAxx AXX 200 Review

Creative Labs has been around the block.  As a company, they’ve been pumping out PC sound cards since the golden age of adventure games.  In geek speak, that’s the early 90’s.  That’s contestable but I’m sticking to it.  Getting tired of conquering the PC gaming arena, Creative Labs branched out to personal media players, desktop […]

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CES 2014: LENOVO YOGA 2 Pro Review

The Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro is the latest release from Lenovo’s convertible laptop line which is most commonly referred to as the Yoga. This especially caught my eye since I was an early adopter of the original Yoga. While the original Yoga was supposed to be a lightweight convertible Windows laptop, for me it wasn’t quite […]

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Introducing Sinister: Immersive and Modular Multi-Platform Game Pad

During CES 2014, we stumbled upon Sinister: a truly innovative approach to potentially transition console gamers to PC gaming. We got the chance to speak with Chris Zhao-Holland from Tivitas Interactive who gave us a brief walk-through of a prototyped device. Sinister, in short, is an customizable device that lays on your desk and has buttons […]