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Razer Kraken 7.1 Chroma gaming headset Review

Razer Kraken 7.1 Chroma gaming headset Review

Razer has cemented itself as an industry leader in the gaming peripherals business, and here with their "Chroma" line, these accessories get colorful. To be clear - these are the same devices that've been on the market for some time - they're just being released in the Chroma line with light-up bits. We've got the Razer BlackWidow mechanical keyboard, DeathAdder mouse, and Kraken 7.1 USB headset. The review you're seeing here is for the headset specifically - you can also catch our DeathAdder and BlackWidow reviews lighting up immediately if not soon.

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SanDisk iXpand Flash Drive made for iPhone and iPad

SanDisk iXpand Flash Drive made for iPhone and iPad

This week the folks at SanDisk have revealed their newest Lightening port-ready flash drive, made specifically for the newest iPhones and iPads on the market today. This device is aimed directly at iPhone and iPad users who have trouble moving photos and video from their smartphone or tablet to their computer. To do this, it works with an iXpand sync app with the ability to instantly transfer photos and video to the drive without hassle. One plug, sync, transfer, and the user is done.

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InCharge USB cable snaps to your key ring

InCharge USB cable snaps to your key ring

Keeping your devices charged can be a hassle, depending on how often you're out and about. Most issues are solved by carrying around a USB cable for those opportune moments when a charging slot is available, but the cable itself is unwieldy. You can go with a spring-loaded charging cable to reduce the bulk, but if you forget to put it back in your bag or grab it before going out, you're back to square one. That is where the new inCharge charger comes in.

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Google teams with FIDO’s U2F USB Security Key

Google teams with FIDO’s U2F USB Security Key

The Security Key is not something you probably have in your pocket right this minute. It’s a newer sort of verification system made in partnership with the FIDO Alliance, now working with Google and Google Chrome for an added layer of security for Google websites. With this system you’ll never need worry about being scammed by a website pretending to be Google - not even once. You will need an official U2F Security Key to make it all work to Google's satisfaction.

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USB vulnerability “fix” includes using epoxy

USB vulnerability “fix” includes using epoxy

The BadUSB vulnerability first detailed at Black Hat was just recently released to the public after a couple hackers reverse-engineered it and published on Github. That move was believed to be necessary for prodding manufacturers to come up with a solution, but it had the added effect of leaving USB users vulnerable. A patch will be difficult, it is believed, but until then a "fix" for the issue has been published that doesn't so much solve the vulnerability as it does remove certain avenues for infiltration.

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BadUSB malware reverse engineered, released to public

BadUSB malware reverse engineered, released to public

The BadUSB malware previously detailed at Black Hat isn't something you can detect, and until now, it was something you couldn't get ahold of, either. That changes thanks to hackers Adam Caudill and Brandon Wilson, who have used a bit of reverse engineering to reproduce the USB vulnerability...and they've released it to the public.

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Forget the news, here’s a chicken leg iPhone 6 case

Forget the news, here’s a chicken leg iPhone 6 case

Depressed about the worst software bug in history? Worried your iPhone 6 Plus might be less than rigid? Disappointed that Instagram’s latest Hyperlapse update isn’t live for Android? By all means then, look at this brand new KFC chicken leg case. It’s just magnificent.

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Microsoft’s Chromecast competitor is for enterprise, not you

Microsoft’s Chromecast competitor is for enterprise, not you

Chromecast is a runaway success, and fast becoming necessity more than curiosity. Microsoft tends to follow trends to market, and has released a similar dongle. The “Wireless Display Adapter” may not be exactly what you’re looking for, but it serves a niche purpose nonetheless.

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Samsung Power Sharing cable: Galaxy S5 to smartwatch

Samsung Power Sharing cable: Galaxy S5 to smartwatch

Ever wonder why you weren’t able to use the power in your smartphone to charge up your other tiny smart device? Wonder no longer - Samsung has a cord that’ll make that a reality. This is the Samsung power Sharing cable.

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12-inch MacBook Air tipped with reversible USB Type-C

12-inch MacBook Air tipped with reversible USB Type-C

Now that every Apple fan in the world has their iPhone 6, it’s time to start speaking about the MacBook Air. It’s time for a refresh, after all, one that includes the newest in new USB technology - reversible ports (USB Type-C) - along with a new MagSafe charging solution.

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Look out, Thunderbolt: USB Type-C and DisplayPort are coming for you

Look out, Thunderbolt: USB Type-C and DisplayPort are coming for you

USB Type-C won't just address the perennial frustration of trying to plug in your charger upside-down, but also double as a DisplayPort connection in a move that could well challenge Intel's Thunderbolt. DisplayPort Alternate Mode, announced by VESA today, will mean a single USB Type-C cable will be able to drive a 4K or higher resolution display, along with audio, USB 3.1 data, and even up to 100W of power.

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This “Wired” Xbox One Controller is the same as the other one

This “Wired” Xbox One Controller is the same as the other one

Today Microsoft has introduced the "Xbox One Controller + Cable for Windows". What we’d like to point out is how extremely similar this controller is to the original. It’s so extremely similar that you might mistake one for the other - shocking!

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