Moshi Symbus Q Wireless Charging USB-C Dock

Moshi Symbus Q Wireless Charging USB-C Dock

Turn your laptop into a desktop system that charges wirelessly with the Moshi Symbus Q Wireless Charging USB-C Dock. Utilizing Q-coil technology, this device wirelessly charges your smartphone. Likewise, Symbus Q is capable of charging through phone cases up to...
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Roamproof PWR27 Traveling Power Station

Roamproof PWR27 Traveling Power Station

Enjoy endless power for days at a time with the Roamproof PWR27 Traveling Power Station. This device offers up to a week of continuous power, making it ideal for outdoor activities such as camping. Featuring an IP67 rating, PWR27 is...
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Mishiko Dog GPS Tracker monitors your pet’s activity and fitness

Mishiko Dog GPS Tracker monitors your pet’s activity and fitness

Keep track of your pet’s activity and health with the Mishiko Dog GPS Tracker. Using the app, this wearable lets you know exactly where your dog is at any given moment. Likewise, you can set customizable Safe Zones to receive...
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Windows by the numbers: Windows 10 posts explosive growth

Windows by the numbers: Windows 10 posts explosive growth

Windows 10 made up for lost ground last month, adding the most user share since the OS’s first full month of availability four years ago. The large March increase stood in stark contrast to February’s odd couple: a decline in...
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Microsoft Patch Alert: Most March patches look good

Microsoft Patch Alert: Most March patches look good

March was an unusually light patching month – all of Office only had one security patch – and there don’t appear to be any immediate patching worries. Just as in the past few months, Microsoft’s holding off on its second...
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Top web browsers 2019: Edge gains share yet stays in place

Top web browsers 2019: Edge gains share yet stays in place

After a short pause earlier this year to their usage slide, Microsoft’s browsers last month resumed their expected-by-now decline. According to California-based web metrics company Net Applications, Internet Explorer’s (IE) and Edge’s March c...
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Just in time: How to bring the Inbox interface into Gmail

Just in time: How to bring the Inbox interface into Gmail

Well, gang, this is it. We knew it was coming — and now, our poor, dear Inbox is really, truly down to its final moments in this world. Google’s pulling the plug on Inbox for good sometime tomorrow. And while...
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Why did Apple kill its AirPower wireless charger?

Why did Apple kill its AirPower wireless charger?

More than a year and a half after it announced it would release a wireless charger capable of concurrently powering up an iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPods, Apple on Friday said it had thrown up its hands in defeat. In...
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TableCoaster Anti-Spill Drink Holder prevents your drink from falling over

TableCoaster Anti-Spill Drink Holder prevents your drink from falling over

Stop spilling drinks with the TableCoaster Anti-Spill Drink Holder. Designed for any flat surface, this coaster prevents drinks from accidentally falling over. Featuring a unique micro-suction base and walled profile, TableCoaster creates a strong, temporary b...
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Survivor Filter Pro X Portable Electric Water Filter removes 99.999% of bacteria

Survivor Filter Pro X Portable Electric Water Filter removes 99.999% of bacteria

Quickly turn any water into drinking water with the Survivor Filter Pro X Portable Electric Water Filter. At the push of a button, this automated device produces filtered water in no time. Featuring an electric design, the Pro X doesn’t...
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