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Funky future and practical gadgets from CES 2014

- January 9th, 2014

Toyota CES 2014

If you’ve ever been to an International CES you’d be amazed by the shear size of the exhibition space and the number of exhibitors. In fact this year, according to the organizers, the show has reached some new milestones with more than 3,200 exhibitors spreading themselves across more than two million net square feet where over a four-day period thousands of new products and services are being introduced. Some products will be outright wonders, others a refresh of existing products and some perhaps in a concept state that we may see this year, next year or not at all. So here are just a few new products from this year’s International CES.
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Last minute gadget gift ideas

- December 18th, 2013

DropCamHD Xmas

Gadgets as gifts are truly great to give and to get but how do you select just the right one from the wave of offerings out there? The truth is it’s tough. So here’s a selection of just a few to give you some last-minute food for thought and help you wade through the sea of gadgetry for this holiday season.

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Black Friday flyers leaked! Oh really?

- November 26th, 2013


It’s plastered all over the Internet – “Black Friday flyers leaked, we’ve got the exclusive!” It seems almost extraordinary these days, because if it’s flyers or in any print form, chances are its already somewhere out in cyberspace or out there in the form of a really good rumour. But nevertheless, look at those deals!

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Liquipel technology proves that tissues can hold water

- June 4th, 2013

Water may be the elixir of life, the food that fuels our planet, but exposure to a few drops in the wrong place, can also wreak havoc on iPhones and other mobile electronic devices. To protect them, we use covers, cases and pouches and most of them do the job they’re designed to do. But now, there is a product that’s invisible to the naked eye that can keep those electrons from fizzling out.

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Back to School trending paperless

- August 31st, 2012


Gauging by the popularity of some of the gadgets moving off the shelves, it certainly looks like back to school is trending in the paperless direction. While pens and pencils and Hilroy spiral note pads are still passing through the checkout stand, gadgets, especially digital input devices, according to one retail manager, are becoming items of choice for the new school season.

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