Author Archives: Shane McGlaun


Pioneer rolls out six new car receivers for 2016

Pioneer rolls out six new car receivers for 2016

Pioneer Electronics has rolled out its line of car receivers for 2016. There are six CD receivers in the new line and one digital media receiver. The six CD receivers include the DEH-X6800BT, DEH-X5800HD, DEH-X4800BT, DEH-X3800S, DEH-X3800UI and DEH-X2800UI and the lone digital media receiver is the MVH-X380BT.

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LG files trademarks for multiple “edge” phrases

LG files trademarks for multiple “edge” phrases

Samsung has taken to naming some of its latest smartphones with the Edge moniker over the last several months. Edge products from Samsung all have curved edges to the screen and that edge is used to show notifications. It looks like LG wants in on the edge action and its patent attorneys have taken to trying to trademark a slew of names that all use the word "edge" in them.

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Aston Martin eyes 800hp all-electric Rapide

Aston Martin eyes 800hp all-electric Rapide

Aston Martin is looking at bringing a new model to the market in the next two years. The new car will be an all-electric version of the Rapide and word is that the car will offer 800hp. Aston is more known for its DB series of coupes, the Rapide is the companies four door car designed with an eye towards performance and good looks.

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Galaxy Note 5 drop test shows how tough the phablet is

Galaxy Note 5 drop test shows how tough the phablet is

Drop tests are one of the things that many smartphone buyers want to see before they drop big money on a new smartphone. Odds are your device is going to get dropped at some point and the last thing you want is for the first drop to be the end of your device. A new drop test of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 has turned up on YouTube to give us an idea how strong the smartphone it.

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2016 Nissan Leaf tipped for 110-mile battery option

2016 Nissan Leaf tipped for 110-mile battery option

It's not uncommon at all for Nissan to bring executives from its various dealers into a special event where they are told about upcoming Nissan products. Nissan holds events where they work to get the brass from their dealership network behind new products. Often these events involve an early look at new vehicles to get dealer feedback and not everyone who is invited can keep their mouth shut.

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Ford Focus ST performance upgrade kit makes 275hp

Ford Focus ST performance upgrade kit makes 275hp

Traditionally anything you do to a car to upgrade the power from factory levels will void your warranty. That won't stop most automotive enthusiasts, but it does stop a few folks from modifying their cars. If you own a Ford Focus ST, Ford has a new performance upgrade kit that will give you some more power to play with and allows you to keep your factory warranty intact.

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Ayris bluMe Hi-Fi Bluetooth music receiver works with any music system

Ayris bluMe Hi-Fi Bluetooth music receiver works with any music system

Audiophiles and music fans probably have a stereo system at home that has been around since before music streaming. You may also have a set of powered speakers that sit around missing out on tunes from your favorite streaming app. A device called the Ayris bluMe Hi-Fi music receiver has debuted that is designed to give legacy music devices access to your favorite streaming services.

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Fathom drone explores the undersea world

Fathom drone explores the undersea world

Drone aircraft are becoming a big thing with people all around the world buying them to explore and play. Some people have been known to use them for annoying neighbors and emergency services. We haven't seen much in the way of devices for exploring the underwater wonders around the planet. That is where the new Fathom drone comes in.

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The Drinkable Book filters water for drinking

The Drinkable Book filters water for drinking

It can be very hard to get drinkable water in some parts of the world where utility systems are non-existent or unreliable. For many people in rural parts of the world getting water to drink can be a big undertaking and at times clean water is simply not available. A researcher named Theresa Dankovich has discovered a cheap and easy to transport method to purify drinking water.

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Google Play Store loaded on Windows 10 Mobile claim hackers

Google Play Store loaded on Windows 10 Mobile claim hackers

One of the biggest downsides to going with Windows as the operating system for your mobile phone is that the app store for Windows devices is much smaller than the stores for Apple and Google products. Fewer apps mean less cool games and other content to enjoy. XDA hackers are making a very interesting claim, according to the hackers; they were able to side-load the Google Play Store onto Windows 10 Mobile.

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