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Plantronics BackBeat PRO wants to oust your Bose headphones

Plantronics BackBeat PRO wants to oust your Bose headphones

Plantronics' latest set of BackBeat headphones are here, and while the BackBeat FIT may have targeted fitness nuts, the BackBeat PRO wants music quality to be its focus. Piping stereo audio from your phone, tablet, laptop, or something else over Bluetooth, the headphones boost wireless range to a hefty 100m if you're pairing them with a Class 1 Bluetooth device, as well as packing sensors that control playback depending on whether you're wearing the cans.

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Casio EXILIM EX-FR10 can split up for “freestyle shooting”

Casio EXILIM EX-FR10 can split up for “freestyle shooting”

You may have heard or even seen for yourself the new generation of selfie-friendly digital cameras, but none of those probably have anything on Casio's newest wonder. The EXILIM EX-FR10 transcends the camera maker's previous selfie-centric EXILIM TR line by introducing a camera that can be split into two parts to make it easier to take photos in almost any angle or distance. And yes, that includes selfies, too.

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Moto Skip grows up, will be Bluetooth this time around

Moto Skip grows up, will be Bluetooth this time around

The Moto Skip is a slick accessory that is well designed. The problem is, the technology backing it is a touch dated. The NFC tag would let Moto X users do things like unlock their phone with a tap, but even on launch it was a dated concept. A new FCC filing shows that Motorola may be getting with the times, and revamping their Skip accessory to make sense in a BLE world.

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‘Nearables’ want to bring iBeacon context to your daily life

‘Nearables’ want to bring iBeacon context to your daily life

The world of iBeacon technology is intriguing, but there are drawbacks. Do you really want to migrate through a vast area and have push notifications, or download a store’s app? Maybe not, but timely notifications about important topics is still something to be considered. Enter ‘Nearables’, a Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) sticker that tells you what you need to know, when you need to see it.

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The iRBeacon is your excuse to ditch remotes forever

The iRBeacon is your excuse to ditch remotes forever

Universal remotes are often big, clumsy pieces of plastic that confuse us a lot more than they help. Even worse, if you misplace it, you might be out of luck on changing the channel. A new crowd-funding campaign could fix all that, though, making almost any smartphone — and nearly any receiver — compatible.

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