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Swagtron to release

Another one of our highlights we enjoyed while covering CES this year, was our visit with Swagtron who had a…

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A few months ago, we covered the fact that Blink had announced a video doorbell to their smart home camera line-up. There doorbell was going to feature and HD resolution (at the time was unknown what that resolution was going to be) and launch sometime in 2018. Since then we have discovered a wealth of information to look forward to when the camera does release. First, they are including a 720p resolution (now we have an answer there). The price of $99 will be for current Blink customers that already have the system, else $129 total if you need the Blink…

Another one of our favorites sites last month at CES was DJI’s Spark drone, which is a great fit for those looking to enter the market without spending closer to a thousand dollars more for a drone, while still getting their hands on the quality behind the name. It is also a great companion for those adventure types out there, as it is small, and doesn’t even need a controller at times. For one, the drone will cost you upwards to $399 (not including packages/kits). Right now it is only $372 on Amazon. This makes for a great entry point…

So HDMI 2.1 was a hot topic at CES this year due to the recent release of the new specification that brings us to the next level of data throughput for the devices we use to entertain us every day. This means we can do even more things than ever, but this also means your devices need to support the new specification to get there. Thankfully, you have some time before it becomes any form of a standard as it will take awhile to spread into the market across the many devices that make use of HDMI connectivity. TVs, AVRs…

We (as a race) are taking one of the biggest leaps toward deeper space exploration, and it will all be happening today as SpaceX readies the first launch of the Falcon Heavy rocket (and you can watch it below, live). If this launch is successful, SpaceX will have a proven method of sending a worthy payload into space, which will eventually be their ride for getting a team to Mars in the future (and of course the options are open beyond that, as new plans develop). This round won’t involve any humans on board, but it will take a test…

One of the first things you think about when you picture a lock in your head is a key. Typically, if you lock something up and throw away the key (a popular phrase), you most likely won’t be getting anything you locked up back without a powerful cutting tool. The company BIO-Key however has changed everything, allowing you to throw that key away, as you won’t be needing it any longer. BIO-Key is a manufacturer of a number of lock solutions that don’t require a standard key. They also specialize in USB fingerprint readers as well as related software applications.…

It appears that Customs and certain state representatives aren’t taking Elon Musk’s new flamethrower lightly. What everyone originally thought was a joke after he originally tweeted about making one on Twitter last month, wound up selling in the thousands. There was actually 20,000 pre-orders to be exact, before sales were cut off and have been listed as “complete”, on The Boring Company’s website. That is despite the fact that they carry a price tag of $500. Now these officials are a bit worried about people walking around with one of these (I guess that’s a reasonable concern). https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/959585626071842817 Of course…

No matter how much you fight it, there will always be an enormous amount of people looking forward to the ads during Super Bowl (pretty much the only time they are looking forward to ads). Mostly because they are typically funner than most of the ads you fine throughout the rest of the year (it’s like a competition). Amazon is going to be one of the handful of ads to expect during the upcoming game, where which poor digital assistant “Alexa” will be losing her voice. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6-8DQALGt4 Alexa has apparently been used so frequently, her voice ends with a cough…

With Xbox games getting larger every year, we face filling that internal drive in the console sooner than ever. Those older 360 and One games used to run you around 5-35GB+ a piece, and still do if you stick to these older titles. However, now the newest games have been climbing as high as 110GB+, with the average being around 70GB+. That can kill a 1TB drive pretty quickly. None of this is much a problem since all you have to do is add an external hard drive via one of the USB ports and you can continue on with…

You might have heard of Windows Hello at some point. It has been around since Summer of 2015 and has grown significantly as more laptops, tablets and other mobile devices have been launching with built-in fingerprint readers or cameras that support Hello’s facial recognition. The whole idea is to be able to log into your system using a more modern method vs entering the same passwords we have been for years. Now you can simply face your device or touch a small sensor and you are logged in and ready to rock. If you have a system or device that…

We now have so many ways to send a message to someone, with text messaging still being the most popular (although it is challenged quite frequently for its throne). Being able to send a message using nothing but your voice makes it that much easier, and just about every modern smartphone device now can pull that off. Some of which you don’t even have to unlock your phone to do it. However, what if you find yourself in a situation where your hands are tied and your phone is nowhere near to hear your voice? If you have an Android…

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