Tuesday , February 21 2017

Seth Fitzgerald

Seth has been a journalist for the past five years, covering technology-related topics with a strong personal interest in privacy issues. You can find him on Twitter and Google

V-Moda XS Review

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The V-Moda XS on-ear headphones are one of the latest editions to V-Moda’s relatively small product line. While they are not known for being studio quality or “high-end” in that way, I have always associated V-Moda with good sound quality and great design, two things that fit the XS headphones …

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Leef Bridge 3.0 Review

leef bridge

  Even though phones are being to store and access larger amounts of content, physical on-phone storage space is rarely big enough unless you pay a premium to get a 64GB version of a phone. Since many of the most popular phones do not even include microSD card sots, wireless storage and cloud storage …

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Mio Alpha Review

mio alpha review

With the exception of sleep quality, heart rate is one of the few health metrics that almost anyone can benefit from tracking. The Mio Alpha, though it may be limited in terms of features, does one thing right and that is tracking a user’s heart rate. The watch’s $199 price …

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Withings Pulse O2 Review

Withings Pulse O2 Review

There are a lot of startups in the fitness wearables space but Withings is not one of them, instead, it is well-known in the community and has a line of products that include WiFi scales and even blood pressure cuffs. Given its experience and the success of the first Withings …

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Supertooth Freedom Review

Supertooth Freedom Review

It’s very common now in the headphones industry for feature-heavy headphones to come out and while they have a lot to offer, audio performance is normally equivalent to a pair that does not cost as much. The opposite is true for Supertooth’s $150 Freedom headphones which don’t offer much in …

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iHome iDL46 And iBN26 Review

iHome iBN26 iHomes are no longer as popular as they used to be, primarily because people use their phones directly for alarms and docking an iPod or iPhone to a speaker is not as common now that wireless connections have taken over. iHome seems to be combing the old and …

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BlueAnt Pump Review

blueant pump review

The BlueAnt Pump shares some of its design elements with other sport headphones but unlike its competitors, the Pump is actually worth using even if you are not exercising. Sport headphones have a tendency to be very lackluster in their audio quality, and while BlueAnt’s are not spectacular, they are …

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Ithlete Finger Sensor Review

Ithlete Finger Sensor Review

There are numerous “quantified self” applications and products currently on the market and while they are great for people interested in health and fitness, they don’t necessarily tell you when to exercise. That is the main difference between other fitness electronics and the Ithelete Finger Sensor ($69.99). By monitoring a …

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