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NeoPen M1/N2 review – expensive and niche, but effective

Hand-written notes are a chore. If you find yourself transcribing your notes for hours and hours, chances are you could make use of a digital transcription pen – but does NeoLAB’s NeoPen perform well enough for the cost of entry? Read on.

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QardioArm wireless blood pressure cuff – utilitarian and effective

Heart health is an important part of anyone’s life. Qardio’s wireless blood pressure monitor, the QardioArm, seeks to make tracking your heart’s performance as easy as possible. How does it do?

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Nextbit ends all Robin support, effective immediately

And so, the short life of the Nextbit Robin has come to an end.

Six months on the dot since it announced it was being acquired by Razer, Nextbit has ended support for its one and only phone, the Robin. Interestingly, this runs contrary to its initial stance that it would end warranty support after six months but continue to send out security updates through February 2018. It seems as though that isn’t in the cards anymore.

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Shorty – A clean shortcut app with limited, but effective, functionality [Review]

Overview – This shortcut app lacks the features to set it apart from the countless other shortcut apps out there, but at the same time, it does what it sets

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Choetech’s Fast Wireless Charger is effective and affordable

If you’re not going OEM, Choetech’s Fast Wireless Charging Pad is easier on the eyes and wallet.

Last week, Andrew gave us a closer look at the Fast Charge Qi Wireless Charging Pad from Samsung that we’ve all been eager to get our hands on. It met our expectations, charging both the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ approximately 40% faster than the traditional 1A rate we’ve seen for a while now. That’s certainly  [Read More…]

Samsung Wallet will no longer be available effective June 30

Samsung Wallet will no longer be available for users beginning on June 30.

Samsung has sent out an email notification that lets users know that the service will no longer be available as of June 30. Back in February, Samsung acquired mobile payments company LoopPay, and we have already seen the company bake Samsung Pay into the Galaxy S6, so this move is not a huge surprise.

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Amazon TestDrive service to cease functionality, effective immediately.

It appears that Amazon has finally decided that the world no longer has a place for its TestDrive Service, as the retail giant has announced that they will be pulling the service, effective immediately.

For those of you that might now know what I am talking about, TestDrive was a feature that was exclusive to Amazons Apps Store, that allowed you to test an app right from the web browser before you purchased it. A handy feature, perhaps, but Google  [Read More…]

Google is streamlining privacy policies, changes effective Mar. 1

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Google has announced that it is in the process of streamlining its privacy policy, combining more than 60 current documents for various products into one easy to read version, with less of the “legal gloop” and complicated language.  Starting March 1, users will no longer have a different privacy statement for the various Google offerings.  This makes sense to us, especially if the promises of a document that’s easy to read and  [Read More…]