Accessories

Post-it Extreme notes made to be rugged

Post-it Extreme notes made to be rugged

Post-it Extreme notes were announced this week as the most hardcore Post-it notes ever made. While we are inching in on April Fools Day, these Post-it Notes are not a joke. They're serious business - and in the business of leaving serious notes. They've been announced by the Post-it Brand from 3M, straight out of St. Paul, Minnesota, where the most extreme of notes need to be left in the most hardcore variety of weather conditions and odd locations.

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Every phone should come with this dongle

Every phone should come with this dongle

This week Sony revealed an accessory that SHOULD come with every new smartphone by default. The device is called USB Type-C 2-in-1 Cable EC270, and it's rather simple. This dongle has a USB-C jack on one side, and both a headphone jack and a USB-C port on the other. Can't it be when it was all so simple?

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AliveCor Apple Watch band provides non-invasive blood tests in new study

AliveCor Apple Watch band provides non-invasive blood tests in new study

KardiaBand for Apple Watch was just confirmed to be an accurate detector of atrial fibrillation by a scientific study. While the words "scientific study" in themselves do not mean a whole lot necessarily, the name Journal of the American College of Cardiology does - that's where a peer-reviewed paper by The Clevland Clinic was accepted with data on this new AliveCor KardiaBand for Apple Watch device.

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Hyperkin DUKE Xbox controller mixes the original with new things

Hyperkin DUKE Xbox controller mixes the original with new things

There are a few things in history that were so terrible that they have ironically become more famous than if they were perfectly executed. In the gaming world, one of those is the original Xbox controller. Nicknamed “The Duke”, it earned a lot of names that would make parents blush. And yet that huge controller returns next month, albeit with some slight redesigns. And it’s coming back exactly because the very same gamers who derided it decades ago have demanded a throwback they’re actually willing to buy.

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Wanle case puts a Game Boy on the back of your iPhone

Wanle case puts a Game Boy on the back of your iPhone

The concept of turning a smartphone into a functional Game Boy has been around for several years now, but a new case from a company called Wanle seems to have gotten as close as possible by attaching a portable game console to the back of an iPhone. Dubbed the "Wanle Gamers Console For iPhone," the case features its own LCD screen, power supply, and comes loaded with 10 games, all paired with physical buttons in the traditional Game Boy layout.

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Apple debuts new Made For iPhone logo for third-party products

Apple debuts new Made For iPhone logo for third-party products

Those who frequently shop for cases and accessories for their iPhone or other Apple device have likely become accustomed to seeing the "Made For iPhone/iPad/iPod" (MFi) logo, which lets customers know the products are compatible with and meet Apple's standards. Well, Apple users might soon notice a new logo, as the company has given it an update and told third-party accessory makers they have 90 days to start using it.

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Pizza Hut Pie Tops II smart shoes can pause TV, order pizza

Pizza Hut Pie Tops II smart shoes can pause TV, order pizza

Pizza Hut is back with a new pair of smart shoes, these ones called the Pie Tops II. The name is based on the original Pie Tops model the company introduced in early 2017, only this time it is twice as good thanks to double the number of the buttons. As with the first Pie Tops model, the Pie Tops II are able to order a pizza with the click of a built-in button. That functionality is joined by a second button that pauses the wearer's TV.

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The Best of MWC 2018!

The Best of MWC 2018!

Mobile World Congress 2018 is wrapping up, and it's time to count the stars of the cellularly-obsessed show. Familiar names find themselves joined by some unexpected additions this year, as the mobile industry attempts to find its feet - and its next big selling-point - amid smartphone upgrade apathy. Read on for the best phones, mobile devices, and innovations from MWC 2018.

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A real Star Wars: Rebels Sabine helmet was released today for purchase

A real Star Wars: Rebels Sabine helmet was released today for purchase

Just a moment ago, folks at Anovos revealed a real-deal Sabine Wren Mandalorian helmet this morning, complete with graffiti. This was the first time this sort of helmet was made available as a real-life prop for sale to the average person. The folks at Anovos generally focus on props made of products in live action movies and TV shows - but this is an exception, and an exceptional one at that.

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Bragi nanoAI brings headphone company closer to true goals

Bragi nanoAI brings headphone company closer to true goals

AI and machine learning is everywhere but, as far as end users are concerned, majority of them are in phones or smart speakers. Some, like Sony, have tried to put AI assistants in earbuds. Bragi, most popular for its intelligent DASH wireless earbuds, are going beyond that. It has announced its new nanoAI, but more than just creating yet another smart assistant or even smart earbuds, Bragi is building a platform for other businesses to build theirs around Bragi’s audio technologies instead.

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CapSnap keeps your baseball hat clipped and clean

CapSnap keeps your baseball hat clipped and clean

There's an accessory called CapSnap out there that's taking baseball hats as seriously as some people take sneakers. Imagine having a cap that you wear sometimes - not all the time, because that's nuts - but pretty often. Now imagine that you don't want to just jam it in your bag when you're not wearing it. What do you do?

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Node is the iPhone’s Lightning port holy grail

Node is the iPhone’s Lightning port holy grail

The cross I wish the iPad pro came with in the first place is set to be delivered by the folks at ILOVEHANDLES. They've created NODE, a "multi-charger" that has two outs and two ins - that's 2x Lightning plugs and 2x Lightning jacks. Plug it in to basically any iOS device and it'll allow more than one device to be plugged in after it.

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