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[Advertorial] There's nothing that passes the time quite like gaming on the iPhone. Even though the touch screen is great and offers innovative controls, sometimes we yearn for a more classic controller feel. That's what you'll get with the Phonejoy Pro Gamer Bundle. It's on sale now in our Deals tab. Find out more after the jump.
[Advertorial] Most tech makes our lives easier by providing an extra bit of convenience, but it doesn't always look nice or fit in with the rest of our decor. Imagine if the handiness of tech tools came equipped to provide service and sophistication. That's what you'll get with the LX Dual USB Charger. It's available now from our Deals tab. Find out more after the jump.
[Advertorial] We were always taught the importance of learning a second language in school, but no one ever told us coding languages were an option. It's never too late to pick up on it, though, even if you're well out of your schooling days. You can conquer coding with the Learn to Code Bundle, on sale now in our Deals tab. Find out more after the jump.
Well, have we all cooled down since WWDC? Good. Sure, little bits of info keep on trickling in of this discovery inside the code of iOS 8's beta or in Yosemite's plist files, but for now we're firmly focused on new hardware - - until some new beta is released with lots of new goodies to dig into. For now, we've got some good news, some weird news, and some improvements all around, so let's get newsing.
iOS-compatible household items have become so commonplace that they scarcely warrant attention in the news anymore, but Vessyl, a new smart cup conceived by Justin Lee and designed by Yves Béhar, is something of an exception. Dump virtually any kind of drink into the unit, and it can tell you exactly what you're drinking and yield some associated nutritional information.
Angela Ahrendts, Apple's new senior vice president of retail, has only been on the job for a few weeks, but she's wasted no time in establishing herself as one of the company's most noteworthy and visible figures. Just yesterday we relayed the news about her enthusiastic discussion of "new technologies" from Cupertino; today we get a look at first official public appearance at the opening of the new Apple store in Tokyo, Japan.
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