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Sony SmartWatch 2 Launches Next Week for $180


Late last month, the Sony SmartWatch 2 was officially unveiled to the world with its larger touchscreen display and IP57 certification, but there were two important details missing from the announcement: pricing and release date. Well, it seems like both of those have now been answered.

The original SmartWatch debuted …

Solar Street Charging Stations: Brilliant or Not?


You know how you’ll run across something, and all you can think is…meh. I have to admit, that was my initial response here. Not because it’s not something that’s actually needed, not because it’s a bad idea, not because it’s not environmentally conscious. But because I honestly can’t see the …

The News: Sunday, July 7 Edition


So here I am, two days from having to go home. I don’t want to, although I am ready to sleep in my own bed again. All good things must come to an end, and my checking account is informing me in no uncertain terms that I’m going to need …

Apple Creating Ugly Budget iPhone


Apple has long been rumoured to be creating a budget or entry level smartphone for users in emerging markets to launch alongside the rumoured iPhone 5S later this year. Apple has mocked their competitors even as they’ve had success with the business model of selling high end and lower end …

3,000 Classic Books Right at Your Fingertips


This one almost got lost in the shuffle of one of my flash drive showcases, but I think it totally warrants its own post. As you probably know if you’ve been reading any of my affiliate news posts, I’ve been on vacation for a while. One of the things I …

The News: Saturday, July 6 Edition


You know what’s kind of fun? Being the Auntie to my best friend’s children. They adore me, and I adore them. They are amazing little people, and I’m incredibly glad I’ve gotten to spend time with them again. But in addition to the fun stuff, one of the things I …

Iwata Confirms Wii Vitality Sensor Dead Due to Poor Performance


Nintendo demoed their Wii Vitality Sensor way back at 2009 to mixed reactions, then the sensor quietly went away. In a recent talk with investors, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata confirmed that the device is dead in the water.

According to Iwata, the reason for this was because the sensor would …