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Game Replay: New Rocket League car, 9M play Star Wars Battlefront Beta

10/13, 11:31pm

Gaming news summary for October 13, 2015

Welcome to the Game Replay, the thrice-weekly look back at the wider world of gaming by the staff of MacNN. In today's edition, Allison Road gains a publisher, a Homeworld game resurfaces, the public beta of Star Wars Battlefront was played by over 9 million people, and an iconic car from a major movie franchise heads to Rocket League.


Game Replay: Alien: Isolation on Mac delayed, BattleTech Kickstarted

09/29, 9:28pm

Gaming news summary for September 29, 2015

Welcome to the Game Replay, the thrice-weekly look at the wider world of gaming by the staff of MacNN. In today's edition, Alien: Isolation for Mac is delayed, a BattleTech Kickstarter exceeds expectations early, Microsoft prepares for holiday sales of the Xbox One, and Sony readies itself for a PlayStation 4 firmware update taking place tomorrow.


Game Replay: Hitman delayed until 2016, Alien: Isolation heads to Mac

09/22, 9:54pm

Gaming news summary for September 22, 2015

Welcome to the Game Replay, the thrice-weekly look at the wider world of gaming by the staff of MacNN. In today's edition, IO Interactive delays the Hitman reboot, Allison Road takes to Kickstarter, Naughty Dog clarifies some rumors about a sequel to The Last Of Us, and Feral Interactive brings Alien: Isolation to the Mac.


Game Replay: Oculus VR lawsuit continues, Rockstar bans modders

08/11, 7:54pm

Gaming news summary for August 11, 2015

Welcome to the Game Replay, the thrice-weekly look at the wider world of gaming by the staff of MacNN. In today's edition, the lawsuit between ZeniMax and Facebook over Oculus-related trade secrets continues, Bungie reveals why one Destiny actor has been replaced, Rockstar permanently bans some game modders, and a developer files for bankruptcy after finishing a Kickstarter project


Cook-funded startup Nebia launches shower head on Kickstarter

08/11, 12:02pm

Water-saving Nebia shower head received personal investment from Apple CEO

A start-up that has previously received funding from Apple CEO Tim Cook has launched a product on Kickstarter. The Nebia Shower is pitched as a shower head that uses 70 percent less water than typical models, allowing it to potentially pay for itself within two years in water savings alone. The washing device has already exceeded its original funding goal of $100,000 with 30 more days left to run on the Kickstarter campaign.


Bucardo launches campaign to fund Apple Watch pendant, pocket watch

08/06, 10:35am

Kickstarter campaign seeks $25,000 to start production

Today, California-based fashion lifestyle company Bucardo launched its newest product line on Kickstarter: The Pendulum Collection. The Pendulum Collection is a line of premium accessories that transform the Apple Watch into a classic pocket watch or pendant necklace. The campaign by the established company seeks $25,000 for production, and concludes on September 5.


Meyer Optik resurrecting Trioplan f2.8/100 bokeh lens on Kickstarter

06/26, 7:15pm

Old-school lens first manufactured in 1916, updated for digital

Lens Manufacturer Meyer Optik USA has launched a Kickstarter campaign to remanufacture the Trioplan f2.8/100 lens, known for its 'soap bubble' bokeh and sharp focus. The new lens preserves the character of the original including the conservation of the Trioplan's sharpness and its circular "soap bubble" bokeh.


Saffron Silk Light Kickstarter promises better sleep through LED tech

06/24, 9:05am

Wi-Fi mobile bridge, trio of adjustable LED lightbulbs included in pledge

Saffron, a small LED lighting company based out of Utah, is holding a Kickstarter crowd funding process for an app-enabled LED Light Bulb that will automatically adjust color temperature throughout the day to improve sleep. The new Silk Light brings the sun inside of the home by automatically adjusting its color temperature throughout the day. It connects to a smartphone via a Wi-Fi controlled bridge to easily sync with the local time zone, but it can also follow user-customized schedules for more flexibility.


Kickstarter-funded CST-01 e-ink watch project fails

06/23, 6:42am

Two years of work, $1M in funding not enough for 1mm-thick watch to ship

A million-dollar Kickstarter project for an e-ink watch is highly unlikely to provide backers with a finished product, its creators has revealed. Central Standard Timing has admitted that, despite raising over $1.02 million from over 7,600 backers and working on the project for over two years, it is not expecting to complete any of its orders, and is instead looking to sell itself off or publishing its designs or, failing that, publish its designs for use by others.


Game Replay: Dota 2 Reborn announced, Ryu in Super Smash Bros.

06/14, 9:19pm

Gaming news summary for June 14, 2015

Welcome to the Game Replay, the twice-weekly look at the wider world of gaming by the staff of MacNN and Electronista. As we head into E3 week, this edition is covering items happening before the show starts, including a remake of Dota 2, new additions to Super Smash Bros. Wii U, and the most-funded game in Kickstarter history.


Crowdfunding Critic: Flare Audio headphones and earphones

05/27, 7:52am

Crowdfunded accessories from Flare Audio promise premium sound quality

Welcome to Crowdfunding Critic, an occasional post that arises every so often, whenever we find something on one of the many crowdfunding efforts that may be worth your time, and possibly your money. None of the projects featured in this series of posts pay us for the attention, as we select them based on if they are interesting to us and potentially you. This time we're looking at the Flare Audio lineup of premium headphones and earphones.


Next Thing takes on Raspberry Pi with the $9 Chip computer

05/09, 9:58pm

Chip includes 1GHz processor, 4GB built-in storage, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth

A Kickstarter project aims to offer an even cheaper computing experience than the Raspberry Pi. The Chip, put on the crowdfunding site by Next Thing, is billed as the world's first $9 computer, one which promises to not only be useful for various hobbyist projects, but also trumps its rival in terms of physical size, some functionality, and the potential for portability.


Game Replay: Minecraft for HoloLens, Yooka-Laylee, Destiny Nepal drive

05/03, 10:59pm

Gaming news summary for May 3, 2015

The Game Replay is a twice-weekly look back at the wider world of gaming from the last few days. Today's edition includes Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella revealing a reason behind the purchase of Mojang, a bomb threat at a GamerGate meeting, Yooka-Laylee exceeding expectations on Kickstarter, and Bungie using Destiny's community to help a charitable effort.


Pebble Time completes Kickstarter campaign with $20.3M in pledges

03/29, 2:07pm

Second-generation Pebble smartwatch is most-funded Kickstarter project

Pebble has finished its second crowdfunding campaign for its second generation of smartwatch, with the Pebble Time bringing in more than $20.3 million in funding from over 78,000 backers on Kickstarter. The final total makes the Pebble Time the most-funded Kickstarter campaign ever, eclipsing the original device's $13.4 million haul from two years ago.


Pebble adds Time Steel to Kickstarter, introduces smartstraps

03/03, 9:53am

Pebble Time Steel has metal body, similar specifications, larger battery

Pebble has given backers of its wildly-successful Pebble Time Kickstarter a difficult decision, by adding an alternative device to purchase. Similar to the Pebble Steel compared to the original, the Pebble Time Steel is a metal-clad version of the smartwatch, containing the majority of internal components as the updated wearable device, but with a few slight changes to match the more mature design.


Weekly Game Replay: Telltale Super Show, free-to-play Fable Legends

03/01, 10:58pm

News from the video game industry for the week of February 23

Every Sunday, MacNN and Electronista collect together a few notable items from earlier this week in the world of gaming. In this week's Weekly Game Replay, Telltale Games is working with Lionsgate to span between games and TV shows, Fable Legends becomes free-to-play, and ToeJam & Earl may be making a comeback.


Pebble Time launches on Kickstarter with color screen, microphone

02/24, 11:55am

Successor to Pebble smartwatch uses new timeline interface

Pebble has unveiled its second generation of smartwatch, the Pebble Time, as a wearable device featuring an upgraded color e-paper display. Repeating what the company did for the original Pebble smartwatch, the Pebble Time is being made available through Kickstarter, with the crowdfunding campaign exceeding its goal barely after it launched.


Weekly Game Replay: Nintendo video woes, Joystiq changes, Monopoly

02/08, 9:58pm

News from the gaming industry for the week of February 1

Every Sunday, Electronista and MacNN compile some notable news items from the world of gaming in a bumper post. In this week's edition of Weekly Game Replay, Nintendo's YouTube policy woes, a TV show based on Zelda, and some notable offline game items are overshadowed by the loss of one of the games industry's major news sources.


Matchstick delayed until August for hardware changes, DRM addition

02/08, 4:54pm

Firefox OS-based streaming device gaining faster processor, new Wi-Fi antenna

Matchstick, a streaming dongle similar to the Google Chromecast, is going to be delayed shipping out to customers, the project has announced. The Kickstarter-funded Firefox OS device is being held back until August rather than its initial shipping target of February, as the company is going to redesign it to account for a faster chipset, as well as adding in digital rights management (DRM) systems.


Hands On: Wasteland 2 (OS X, Windows)

10/27, 5:58pm

If the Fallout war never ended, this is where it started

In 2012, InXile Entertainment took to Kickstarter, aiming to raise $900,000 revive the 1988 classic role-playing game Wasteland with a sequel. Since then, and with over $2.9 million in pledges from over 61,000 backers, the team has rolled out Wasteland 2 on Steam, a successor which attempts to modernize the base game while keeping the style and gameplay of the original release.


Anonabox project killed by Kickstarter over security, hardware issues

10/18, 10:35am

Hardware appeared to be sourced from Alibaba, software straight OpenWRT

Following allegations casting doubt on the project, the TOR-based Anonabox Kickstarter project has been terminated. Since the launch of the security-minded Anonabox, and nearly instant completion of funding goals, commenters and other figures questioned the source of the hardware, the actual security of the device, and criticized the lack of a promised and complete open-sourcing of the code.


Validity of Anonabox project examined over hardware sources

10/16, 11:15am

Reddit users suggest Anonabox created from existing routers sold in China

A Kickstarter campaign for a privacy-focused Wi-Fi router has drawn the ire of some Internet users, with the suggestion that all may not be as it seems. Reddit users are complaining about the Anonabox Tor router's claimed "open hardware," with components apparently being sourced from Chinese resellers rather than being designed specifically for the project.


Crowdfunding Critic: Anonabox Tor hardware router

10/14, 1:26pm

Kickstarter campaign for Anonabox vastly exceeds target in first day

Welcome to another edition of Crowdfunding Critic, an article series where the staff of MacNN and Electronista will highlight a new crowdfunded project from sites such as Kickstarter and Indiegogo, with this edition focusing on the popular Anonabox. As always, we are not endorsing a project or warning of any potential funding risks associated with crowdfunded projects, so it is advisable to do your own research before investing.


Briefly: Mozilla's new streaming dongle, TiVo adds Android streaming

09/30, 11:03am

Mozilla announces launch of Matchstick streaming Internet and media dongle

Creator of the open-source Firefox OS, Mozilla has announced the launch of its own Internet and media streaming dongle device, named Matchstick. A competitor to Google's Chromecast, the dongle runs Firefox OS, and allows users to view content -- via a WiFi connection -- from their smartphone, tablet, or laptop to stream to a big screen TV. TV apps will be available for download through the Matchstick App Store, and both the hardware and software for Matchstick are open-source, providing ready potential for other uses for the dongle to appear. Matchstick has been launched as a Kickstarter campaign, with backers pledging for the Early Bird option receiving one Matchstick dongle for $12. Retail pricing is anticipated to be $25.


Briefly: Modbook Pro X Last Call campaign, Twitter for iPhone update

09/20, 11:48am

15.4-inch Retina display Mac tablet offer extended beyond Kickstarter campaign until September 30

Modbook has extended its Kickstarter fundraising campaign for its Modbook Pro X tablet, allowing those interested to still make a pledge until September 30. The Mac-based 15.4-inch Retina display tablet utilizes the original hardware of a MacBook Pro system, running OS X, and can be configured up to a 2.8GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 processor, 32GB of RAM, 2TB of PCIe flash storage and Intel Iris Pro graphics. Users can choose to add rear-mounted Keybars, which consists of an eyes-free solution for entry of short commands, and a detachable keyboard stand that functions as an easel, keyboard and screen protector. Pledges for the Modbook PRo X start at $2,000, which includes modifying one's currently own MacBook Pro into a tablet, regularly priced at $2,600. Estimated delivery for Modbook campaign "perks" is March 2015.


Hands On: Planetary Annihilation (OS X, Windows, Linux)

09/15, 5:16am

Kickstarter RTS game Planetary Annihilation shows considerable polish

In August 2012, a team from Uber Entertainment launched a kickStarter campaign, aiming to raise $900,000 to make a new real-time strategy game called Planetary Annihilation. After two years of work and raising over $2.2 million, as well as other funds via "early access," the game is finally released outside of beta, and gamers can finally try out what backers have been playing for some time during the game's development.


Modbook Pro X project succeeds with limited time remaining

09/06, 10:28am

Crowd funding effort 33 percent over target, tablet will be made

The Modbook Pro X tablet modification Kickstarter has blown past its goals. Earlier this week, the project passed its $150,000 milestone, with 36 people having contributed to receive a full conversion from the company. Notably, none of the donors chose to send in an existing computer, with all contributors receiving the tablet choosing for Modbook to source the entire project.


Briefly: Breathalyzer Kickstarter, 5960x in Velocity Micro PCs

08/31, 11:28pm

DrinkMate breathalyzer adapter for Android nears Kickstarter goal

Breathlyzer adapter for Android phones, DrinkMate, is -- at the time of writing -- a few thousand dollars away from reaching its Kickstarter fundraising goal. A 1.8-inch long device, DrinkMate will plug into a powered Micro-USB port, and used in conjunction with its companion app can display a blood alcohol content rating upon use. Users blow into its air inlet, removing the need for a mouthpiece, and the app compensates for impairment-related misreadings by ensuring the readings are taken long enough after the last drink. Data is intended to be visible and sharable, as to promote safety-related peer pressure. Those interested in backing DrinkMate's Kickstarter can make a pledge starting at $25 to later receive the device.


Crowdfunding Critic: Lightfreq LED lightbulb and speaker

08/07, 3:46pm

Campaign provides plus whole-home integration of audio

Welcome to this Thursday's Crowdfunding Critic here on MacNN and Electronista! We promised that every Tuesday and Thursday we'd highlight a new crowdfunded project -- this week's campaign is the Lightfreq LED light bulb with what the company calls HD audio. We aren't endorsing projects, nor have we been compensated to write about them -- everything we talk about is just something we think might be interesting to our readers. As with all crowdfunding campaigns, even funded projects come with risk, so do your research before you commit!


Crowdfunding Critic: Airfy Beacon

08/05, 3:32pm

Home automation solution ties together existing products like Hue, Nest

Welcome to Tuesday's edition of the Crowdfunding Critic. Every Tuesday and Thursday, the staff at Electronista and MacNN take a look at a few crowdfunding requests to offer up a project that we find interesting to our readers. It's important that this isn't taken as an endorsement of the project, but rather a neat find that we think people could have an interest in. As with all crowdfunding campaigns, the ones we talk about come with risk, even if the project reaches its funding threshold. With that word of warning out of the way to encourage smart investing, this time we'll be talking about a home automation solution, the Airfy Beacon.


Crowdfunding Critic: Oaxis InkCase Plus

07/31, 3:30pm

Campaign funds a second low power screen for Android devices

It's time for Thursday's edition of Crowdfunding Critic. Every Tuesday and Thursday here on MacNN and Electronista, we're going to look at crowd-funded projects that we find interesting. Keep in mind that we aren't specifically endorsing anything, or telling you that there aren't any risks in funding a prospective project, we're just pointing out projects we found that we like. Please do your research before investing! Today's selection brings an underused technology, E-ink, to smartphone cases -- the InkCase Plus by Oaxis.


Crowdfunding Critic: Pond wireless charging system

07/24, 5:28pm

System has days to go, and several thousand dollars is still needed

Historically, MacNN and Electronista have covered few, if any, in-progress crowd-sourced projects unless there was something unusual about them, like making 100x their goal. Starting this week, on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons we're going to look at crowd-funded projects that we find interesting. Keep in mind that we aren't specifically endorsing any projects, or telling you that there aren't any risks in funding a prospective project, we're just pointing out something we found that we like. Please do your research before investing! That all said, our inaugural crowd-sourced project this week comes to us from Kickstarter -- the Pond Wireless Charging device for iPhone 5/5s, Android and Windows.


Briefly: Acme Made's Ergo Book for iPad, Power Manager 4.2 for OS X

05/20, 9:11pm

Acme Made introduces Ergo Book for iPad Air and iPad mini

Accessory design company Acme Made has introduced the Ergo Book case for iPad Air and iPad mini. Measuring 17mm (0.67 inches) in thickness, the Ergo Book includes a variety of utility functions, such as a hidden swivel mechanism that allows for 360 degree rotation, and a stretchable strap for ergonomic use. The case's frame slides out for taking photos, protecting the camera when not in use, and removes the need for camera hole in the back.


Briefly: QiPack inductive charger, Hulu Plus remote control

04/25, 1:15am

QiPack mobile inductive charger now available for pre-order on Kickstarter

Today marks the official launch of QiPack, a mobile inductive charger that charges without the need for cables or wires. Available for pre-order through its Kickstarter, the QiPack can inductively charge enabled devices, such as the Google Nexus, by placing the device on top of the charger. Devices that are not equipped with built-in inductive charging capabilities can use the QiPack in conjunction with a coil receiver. "Early bird" pricing begins at $45, with shipping anticipated for next month.


Macworld gems: The Roost MacBook stand, iMacompanion USB port

04/17, 1:23am

Charming, surprising, intriguing finds now available or coming to market soon

Continuing our look at some of the more interesting devices and services we ran across at Macworld in San Francisco last month, MacNN and Electronista staffers will periodically write about items and vendors that caught our eye at the show that we thought our readers would like to know about. Today's focus is on two successfully-funded Kickstarter campaigns: The Roost stand for notebooks, and the iMacompanion USB port from Wiplabs.


Briefly: LaCie's malware breach, Pono Kickstarter exceeds $6 million

04/15, 8:59pm

French hardware company reveals its year-long malware security breach

LaCie, a major retailer and tech company from France, has confirmed that its website has experienced a security breach for over a one-year period. Informed about the security violation on March 19 by the FBI, transactions between March 27, 2013 and March 10, 2014 are thought to have been affected. Customer names, addresses, email addresses, and payment card numbers with their expiration dates are at risk, in addition to usernames and passwords. LaCie began notifying affected customers on April 11, and its digital store is currently closed while fixes to its secure payment infrastructure are under way.


Macworld gems: Glowdeck smartphone dock

04/11, 1:36am

Charming, surprising, intriguing finds coming to market soon

Now that we've had time to recover from the fury of meeting so many vendors at this year's Macworld, MacNN and Electronista have had a little time to reflect on some of the products and services we saw there. Many have yet to come to market -- a running joke was the number of projects crowdfunded last summer that will be arriving in stores soon -- some have won awards, and some are just little gems we were delighted, intrigued and wowed by. First up in this ongoing series is a successful Kickstarter startup, Glowdeck.


Micro 3D printer meets Kickstarter goal within 11 minutes

04/07, 11:28am

Consumer-oriented 3D printer includes self-levelling, configuration

A small 3D printer that launched on Kickstarter reached its crowdfunding goal within 11 minutes. The Micro, a compact 3D printer that hopes to offer the same printing options as the MakerBot Replicator series and other devices but with a more user-friendly approach, has soared past its $50,000 target with 29 days of the campaign left to run.


Neil Young-backed PonoPlayer hits target within 24 hours

03/12, 2:59pm

High-fidelity music player PonoPlayer sails past original Kickstarter goal

The PonoPlayer, a music playback device backed by musician Neil Young, has doubled its target on Kickstarter shortly after starting its campaign. The high-fidelity player has so far raised over $1.6 million on the crowd-funding site, beating the $800,000 the campaign originally asked for within 24 hours of launching, with the pledging period set to continue for another 33 more days.


Briefly: Neil Young's hi-fi playback device, Kobo Windows 8 app

03/09, 9:13pm

PonoPlayer to be available for pre-order via Kickstarter campaign beginning next week

Musician Neil Young has founded a high-fidelity digital music service, and with it an accompanying playback device soon to be available for pre-order. Entitled PonoMusic, the company encompasses both an online music store and a playback device (PonoPlayer), which is set to be available for pre-ordering through Kickstarter starting next week. The PonoPlayer offers the ability to play high-resolution digital music from both major labels and prominent independent labels, curated and archived for purchasing on The aim is to deliver audio quality that is far superior to other audio file formats, such as the standard MP3.


Instacube to start shipments of Android-powered photo frame in April

03/02, 2:05pm

Kickstarter funded device shipping a year after estimated date

The successfully-funded Instacube, tagged as "as living canvas" that pulls photos from a user's Instagram feed in the campaign, will finally start shipping units in April to backers -- more than a year after the estimated shipping date. The product, which pulled $621,000 from backers on Kickstarter, was funded in September 2012.


Briefly: Motion gaming suit Kickstarter success, Rbutr's toolbar

02/17, 11:35pm

PrioVR gaming suit Kickstarter raises well over its fundraising goal

Motion-based game controller suit PrioVR, has surpassed its funding goal with $75,000 with 40 days remaining in its campaign. Consisting of a suit that can be configured in three ways -- a half-body suit, or two full-body styles adding leg movement -- PrioVR translates body movement into gameplay. Early-bird pricing for the full body suit is sold out, however the upper-body version, PrioVR Lite, can still be pledged for starting at $250. Delivery is expected in June, with the campaign ending on March 31.


Crowdfunding site Kickstarter hacked, customer data accessed

02/15, 8:11pm

Payment details not taken by hackers in Kickstarter intrusion

Customer data from popular crowd-funding site Kickstarter, famous for helping launch the Ouya and Pebble smart watch, has been taken by hackers, the company has revealed. Usernames, e-mail addresses, mailing addresses, phone numbers, and encrypted passwords of a number of accounts were accessed in the intrusion, though the company stresses in a blog post that payment information, such as partial credit card numbers, were not taken in the attack.


Briefly: Dash fitness headphones, Nex Band pre-order

02/15, 4:57pm

Dash Bluetooth earbuds offer water-resistance, fitness tracking

Bragi's wireless "smart" headphone set, The Dash, has wildly surpassed its Kickstarter goal of $250,000, with 43 days still remaining in its fundraising campaign. The Dash wireless smart headphones are in-ear, and offer audio playback with the ability to store up to 1,000 songs in its embedded 4GB song player.


Briefly: Pixeom cloud storage device, Shopify Plus launches

02/09, 3:06pm

Kickstarter for alternative cloud service and device combo exceeds its campaign goal

San Franciscan siblings Karisma and Sam Nagar have successfully crowd-funded their cloud device and service Pixeom, with eleven days to spare in its Kickstarter campaign. The Pixeom Exchange Device is a prototype that offers an alternative to corporate cloud services that require access to its users' information to use its digital space. Aiming to facilitate a new type of data exchange for Internet users, Pixeom functions by centralizing one's own cloud network in a personal home device, as opposed to a large, remote data center. All of a user's cloud service needs will be supported within the device at a one-time purchasing cost, facilitating storage, social networking, and online auctioning functions that focus on privacy.


Briefly: QuadStick mouth controller Kickstarter, HubiC's 10TB storage

02/08, 3:00pm

QuadStick video game controller for quadriplegic gamers succeeds Kickstarter goal

Complex mouth-based controller for quadriplegic console gamers, QuadStick, has succeeded in reaching and surpassing its Kickstarter goal of ten thousand dollars. Composed as a single joystick, four sip-and-puff sensors, a lip position sensor and a push switch, the controller outputs to both USB and Bluetooth, and then into gaming hardware. QuadStick will be compatible with PCs, Android devices and PS3s, and with the addition of an adapter, Xbox One and Xbox 360 as well. Controller configuration is available,with pre-arranged setups built in. Users can use its straws to shift between different control methods.


Briefly: VisionTek's new toolkits, République's Kickstarter issues

12/21, 4:32pm

New 12 and 26 piece toolkits for Mac, PC and iOS available from VisionTek

VisionTek has announced the release of its latest custom portable toolkits for upgrading and repairing PC and Mac computers this week. Offering 12 and 26-piece toolkits, each provide the tools needed for executing computer upgrades and repairs at home.


Briefly: Belkin's Black Friday deals, Bublcam 360 cam's Kickstarter

11/18, 3:00pm

Belkin offers Black Friday customers discounts on purchases from online store

Belkin, an electronics accessory manufacturer, has announced their upcoming promotional offers for Black Friday this year. Customers shopping online can receive deals such as $20 off every $100 spent, up to $500. Buyers at Belkin's online Factory Store will be able to receive an additional 15 percent off orders placed on Black Friday. On December 2 -- 'Cyber Monday' -- buyers will receive 30 percent off everything between 6AM and 10AM PT.


Briefly: LG G Pad 8.3 in UK, Kickstarter Australia and New Zealand

10/15, 7:58am

LG G Pad 8.3 heading to retail in the UK and Ireland

LG is launching its G Pad 8.3 in the United Kingdom and Ireland, in time for the holiday shopping rush. The tablet, with an 8.3-inch 1080p display, a quad-core 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor with 2GB of RAM, 5MP and 1.3MP cameras, 4,600mAh battery and 16GB of storage, will cost £260 ($415) when it goes on sale.


TouchFire is back with new keyboard add-on for iPad mini

10/12, 6:19pm

Kickstarter campaign aims to bring tiny TouchFire to iPad mini

TouchFire, makers of the TouchFire screen-top keyboard for the full-size iPad, are now back with a similar offering for the iPad mini. The company has reached its funding goal in a Kickstarter campaign for the iPad mini add-on, and the device will likely begin shipping to early supporters soon. In addition to a removable keyboard attachment for the iPad mini, TouchFire has branched off into a line of cases for full-size iPads and the iPad mini.



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