June 11, 2015

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Google has started offering Chromecast users a pretty sweet deal today. The company is offering all Chromecast owners a free movie rental from the Play Store and the list of movies that you can choose from is pretty impressive. Google is offering up modern day titles such as American Sniper, Lucy, Unbroken, Interstellar, Fifty Shades of Grey, and We’re the Millers for free as part of this promotion.

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holus-Holographic-1 Each year our smartphone and tablet screens get sharper and more vivid. Sure they look beautiful, but they’re still flat. Holus by H+TECHNOLOGY turns those 2D images into a 3D holographic experience. The result is similar to the Holograms of Princess Leia in Star Wars and Tupac on stage at Coachella. expand full story

Sony has announced a new camera, the RX100IV, with prosumer photographers in mind. This camera has robust photo and video technical specifications that are worth noting. Sony claims its new RX100 IV features the “world’s first” 1.0 type stacked Exmor RS CMOS sensor, which essentially means that it that can process images faster than other models on the market.

The sensor isn’t the only thing that makes this product standout, head below for more details and the full PR on the newest addition to Sony’s line of digital cameras. expand full story

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Update: iClever is selling their version of the 4 port USB Car adapter with a 6 foot MFi Lightning cable for $15.99 after coupon code D93H6GTA (after both are added to cart). Basically this is a free Lightning cable added to a $15.99 port car charger 

Anker is selling an iPhone/iPad power bundle on Amazon for less than the price of a single Apple Lightning cable.

The pack includes a powerful 9.6A/48W 4-Port USB Car Charger and a 9-ft MFi Apple-certified Lightning cable for $19.99 Prime shipped. For those of you without a Prime membership, you can activate a free trial or pad your order up to $35 to sidestep shipping costs. It would cost you $31 to buy both of these items at their current prices. Each item is highly rated and includes an 18 month warranty.

In order to get the $19.99 pricing you must add each item to your shopping cart and apply coupon code NLMED449 at checkout.

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Just looking for an extra Lightning cable? Use coupon code 6FYTYCMK to knock the Anker 9 footer down to $9.99 Prime shipped (Reg. $16). expand full story

Update (6/18 11:45am): @kbranch is our winner – thanks to everyone for entering our giveaway!

With most Apple Watch orders finally being fulfilled, the accessories market for the new timepiece is beginning to take shape. We have already reviewed a handful of options for keeping Apple’s latest device charged and displayed. While these products offer unique solutions to power management, there is still room for developing this product category.

DODOcase, purveyors of handcrafted goods in San Francisco, is leaning on its talents to create a dock for Apple Watch and iPhone whether your on the road or at home. We’ve spent a few weeks with the Dual Charging Dock Organizer, head below for our full review and details on how you could win one for yourself. expand full story

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June 9, 2015

The world of LED lighting continues to evolve with bulbs hitting lower prices and new designs emerging along the way. After finding years of success in the vacuum industry, popular manufacturer Dyson is now dabbling in this product category. The son of founder James Dyson, Jake, has set out to re-think the way LED lighting functions with the goal of prolonging its lifespan.

Dyson is marrying this technology with its knack for design to create a stunning light that will standout in any home. expand full story

What do you get when a group of engineers with Apple, Digg, and Path on their resumes hunker down in a kitchen for months on end? Evidently, a smart oven that has double the processing power of the latest MacBook and a near Retina display. The June Oven literally aims to cook your food for you with a laundry list of tech specs that would make any gadget aficionado blush.

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For many, the typical Apple keyboard, or something from a company like Logitech is more than enough for their daily needs. But for video editors, music programmers, serious gamers and those looking to type in different languages/dialects, customized keyboards can be very helpful. There are already a number of options for these folks, including Logic Pro X/Final Cut Pro keyboards with the quick commands printed directly on the keys, or even this super-customizable $1,500 typer, with mini LCD displays behind each key. But the new E-Ink display equipped Sonder keyboard is looking to bring an even deeper level of customization at a much more realistic price point: expand full story

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