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Apple Downsizes the iPad Pro to 9.7 inches
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Apple Downsizes the iPad Pro to 9.7 inches

March 31st, 2016 | by Z. Gonzales
Apple’s humongous iPad Pro is getting a smaller brother bringing the same type of performance we’ve seen from the 12.9-inch version to people with smaller hands. The new iPad Pro is 9.7-inches in size (same as the iPad Air 2)...
Samsung Outs New Tab and Smartphone
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Samsung Outs New Tab and Smartphone

March 11th, 2016 | by Z. Gonzales
Far from the flashy stages of MWC, Samsung has quietly released two new devices geared towards the emerging markets. The first device is the Galaxy Tab A 2016 edition. The slate is, of course, is an upgrade to the last year’s...
Adam Elements Launches Indiegogo Campaign for iKlips Duo
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Adam Elements Launches Indiegogo Campaign for iKlips Duo

March 8th, 2016 | by Z. Gonzales
Taiwanese firm Adam Elements recently launched a campaign on Indiegogo for the second iteration of its iKlips storage device for iOS devices. The new iKlips Duo now has an improved design with a new body that will fit even more...
Featured Gear: Booq Taipan, Viper and Mamba
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Featured Gear: Booq Taipan, Viper and Mamba

March 2nd, 2016 | by Z. Gonzales
When you’re spending hundreds of dollars on the hottest and latest electronics whether for content consumption or for productivity purposes, having the best bit of protection to safeguard your investments from the elements is...
MWC 2016: Huawei Unveils the MateBook
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MWC 2016: Huawei Unveils the MateBook

February 28th, 2016 | by Z. Gonzales
Huawei’s big announcement at Mobile World Congress this year wasn’t about a fancy smartphone but rather to a 2-in-1 device which could give the Microsoft Surface 4 a run for its money. The Huawei MateBook has a 12-inch...
MWC 2016: Samsung Gear 360 and LG G5 Friends
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MWC 2016: Samsung Gear 360 and LG G5 Friends

February 27th, 2016 | by Z. Gonzales
A new theme that we saw with this year’s flagship phones from Korean manufacturers is that these brands are now putting the production of virtual reality content into the hands of manufacturers. For Samsung, this will be done...

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