LAS VEGAS - John F. Braun checks out Speedify Mobile for iOS, a platform that offers both reliable network connections, as well as the ability to bond Cellular and Wi-Fi connections for increased speed.
LAS VEGAS - Chatlight is one of those products I hope catches on. Why? Because lighting matters, and the sad truth is that the vast majority of us are poorly lit in self-made videos and selfie photos. Chatlight is a clip-on LED light (it's not a flash) designed to light individuals for videos.
LAS VEGAS - Eager to try CarPlay but can't justify buying a new car to do so? HARMAN has the answer for you with the JBL Legend CP100, an aftermarket in-dash receiver with a 6.75-inch touch screen and support for both CarPlay and Android Auto that's priced significantly less than other aftermarket in-dash CarPlay solutions currently on the market.
After seeing the first USB Type-C monitors land earlier this week, ASUS has now introduced the first USB Type-C portable monitor, giving Retina MacBook owners a 15.6-inch external IPS display powered by a single cable while on the go.
LAS VEGAS - Misfit is expanding its fitness tracker line again, but instead of a design that replaces your current watch, the new Ray looks like an extra piece of jewelry. Misfit introduced the Ray at CES in Las Vegas on Tuesday, and it looks decidedly different from other fitness trackers on the market.
On January 5th, Circus Ponies, the makers of the NoteBook app for OS X announced that it's closing its doors. Very limited techical support may or may not be available.
Apple's MagSafe power connector can save your Mac from an inadvertent yank on the power cord, but the USB Type-C port on the 12-inch Retina MacBook offers no such protection. Enter the Griffin BreakSafe, a magnetic charging cable that brings the benefit of MagSafe to USB Type-C.
LAS VEGAS - CES 2016. Griffin has announced its Travel Power Bank for the Apple Watch. This battery powered portable device can charge the Apple Watch up to four times on a single charge and includes a keyring.
After months of limited USB Type-C product releases, Acer and Lenovo have each annouced multiple Type-C monitors that promise to provide display, data, and power to a compatible device like the Retina MacBook, all via a single cable.
Twitter released version 4.0 of its Mac client Wednesday. Twitter 4.0 for Mac adds support for inline video playback, animated GIFs, Group Direct Messages, a Dark theme, the ability to more easily quote a tweet and add your commentary, and a new design that is closer to the one found in iOS.
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It's nice to finally see Twitter for Mac get some developer love.
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