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AIAIAI TMA-2 modular headphones review: Fantastic sound, compromised comfort

AIAIAI’s TMA-2 headphones are extremely customizable and sound fantastic, but may not be for everyone.

Headphones are an odd product to review. There are a lot of variables involved, particularly music taste and comfort levels. I may think one pair of headphones fits fantastically, while others find that same pair puts too much pressure on their head, ruining the listening experience.

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AIAIAI is a company looking to combat these issues. Its TMA-2 headphones are completely modular:  [Read More…]

Sony Xperia Z5 U.S. review: A great camera can’t save a compromised phone

It takes beautiful photos and has great hardware, but it doesn’t quite deliver a stellar experience.

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The Sony Xperia Z5 has a sleek look, designed with a metal frame and tempered fingerprint-resistant glass over the display. It delivers a decent display and a solid processor, with a battery that will definitely get you through the day. The real feature is the camera, and the ability to capture 4K video at a tap. But in  [Read More…]

Moto 360 Sport review: A compromised fitness smartwatch

Motorola’s latest Android Wear watch is its first focused on fitness, though in practice it’s really only good for running.

The original Moto 360 was the one of that first batch of Android Wear watches that set the tech world abuzz. With a clean and considered design and a (mostly) round face next to the staid square displays from LG and Samsung, Motorola’s watch was downright sexy. Motorola improved on that formula with its second-generation Moto  [Read More…]

Hundreds of Dropbox accounts compromised via third party service; change your password now

Earlier today, a thread surfaced on Reddit offering up 400 Dropbox usernames and passwords in plain text, with a note that over seven million accounts have been compromised in total. Dropbox has since announced on its blog that it wasn’t hacked, and that the leaked passwords were stolen from a third party service.

Customer information compromised in AT&T insider breach

AT&T is offering an apology and a free year’s worth of credit monitoring services to customers who may have been affected by a security breach. Unlike recent breaches at retailers like Target and Home Depot, AT&T’s was done by an insider who had illegally accessed personal information from subscribers, including Social Security numbers and driver’s license information. The breach affects an unspecified number of AT&T accounts and was believed to happen in August 2014.

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