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Shure’s new SE112 promise to outperform your budget buds without breaking the bank

Shure's new SE112 earbuds promise noise isolation, comfort, and superior sound performance to your smartphone buds for a price of $49, allowing frugal listeners to upgrade their audio without spending a lot of cheddar. The question is: Will…

Digital music sales decline for the first time since the iTunes Store opened

Potentially a sign of things to come for the music industry, digital music sales are no longer increasing year over year and many analysts are looking at services like Spotify and Pandora as the reason why.
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Ferrari designer’s hi-tech bracelet will set you back $189k

Plans are afoot to bring to market a high-tech bracelet costing up to $189k. The expensive wearable will grant you access to exclusive nightclubs and even order your favorite drinks for you.
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Toshiba 50L7300U Review

Toshiba 50L7300U review.
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Olympus Stylus 1 Review

Olympus Stylus 1 review.
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Apple engineer constructs a drawing machine out of Lego

Inspired by the movie Hugo, Apple engineer Andrew Carol has built an automaton of his own: his custom-built Lego machine can crank out drawings and messages based on a chain of blocks inputted by the user.
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3L Labs puts a fitness tracker in your shoe

Not a fan of fitness tracking wristbands or clip-on devices? A new gadget set to be unveiled at CES 2014 fits inside your shoe and could provide a wealth of data about your exercise routine and health.
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Acer TravelMate TMP645-MG-9419 Review

Acer TravelMate TMP645-MG-9419 Review.
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Netflix adds director’s commentary to ‘House of Cards’ season one

While away the hours until Feb 14 by taking in the director's commentary for House of Cards season one, which has just been added to Netflix. All six first season directors, including David Fincher, are involved.
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10 predictions that Isaac Asimov got right 50 years ago (and 5 that he botched)

Back in 1964, Isaac Asimov laid out a set of predictions about what technology would look like 50 years from then. Now that 2014 is finally here, we looked back at his predictions to see which ones he got right, and which ones never came…