Halloween is almost upon us, and accessory maker, Inateck, is joining the party with some howling good discounts for a number of its products ranging from Bluetooth speakers to headphones to desktop chargers. Join us after the break for the discount codes. Read more
While we wait with bated breath for December 17 to come around so we can finally see what JJ Abrams has achieved with Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the merchandising campaign is well under way. While much of the associated merchandising will cost a pretty penny (the cynic in me understands why the film is being released in the holiday season), UK carrier, O2, has decided to give away 25,000 Star Wars themed Mini Buddy speakers via its Priority app from November 5. Read more
A little speaker with big sound. That’s what the EasyAcc DP200 Bluetooth Speaker is. EasyAcc’s very portable device packs two 5W loudspeakers and is designed to direct sound in all directions. And the kind people over at EasyAcc want you to take one home! So we’re co-hosting a free-to-enter contest with their DP200 Bluetooth Speaker, a $60 value, as the prize. You’re going to be able to listen to music, podcasts, or anything else from anywhere as it offers both a Bluetooth connection and an auxiliary port.
What’s not to love? Hit the break to enter.
HTC has just kicked off a mammoth sale on its durable action camera, the RE. The gadget is available to purchase for just $50 on the Taiwanese company’s official website, which is a massive saving of $149.
Before heading off to start your weekend, enter a contest! We are co-hosting a giveaway with LuguLake that can send you home with the company’s very portable wireless speaker. One lucky winner will receive a slim Bluetooth speaker that packs some serious sound. Don’t want to play music without wires? Then go ahead and connect a device through the auxiliary port or insert a microSD card. With or without wires, LuguLake makes it possible to jam anywhere.
Hit the break to enter.
Jabra has a new bluetooth headset called the Eclipse. Unlike some of the cheaper bluetooth headsets, this one features dual-microphone noise cancellation and in-pocket charging.
Earlier this year Jawbone filed a lawsuit against several former employees who left to join rival Fitbit. Jawbone’s lawsuit claims the former employees took confidential company information with them in a breach of their contract with Jawbone. A California superior court judge granted a preliminary injunction on Tuesday to Jawbone. Read more
Everyone loves using their tablets whilst sitting on the couch or laying in bed, but sometimes it can get very uncomfortable having to hold the tablet for extended periods. This is where the Tstand could come in handy, with its reversible base and adjustable viewing angle, you can view the tablet hands and strain-free. Tstand has just launched its campaign on Kickstarter, with the goal of raising $10,000.
One of the next big markets for tech companies is the wearable space, which you probably already knew. If you’ve had a smartwatch in the past few years, you also probably know how battery life typically isn’t great and the actual graphics processing is, well, not so great, either. Kind of like our smartphones several years ago. Read more
Tonight, Misfit finally revealed the successor to the Shine that debuted way back in 2012. The Shine 2 is the company’s redesigned activity tracker joined by a slew of sensors and technologies. Built from aircraft-grade aluminum, the Shine 2 doesn’t look all that much different from the original Shine. Don’t let that fool you, though, as Misfit definitely improved the entire device. Misfit’s Shine 2 has a three-axis accelerometer and a three-axis magnetometer allowing for increased accuracy when tracking activity and monitoring sleep.