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Samsung SD590c curved display

Samsung to offer PC gamers a 27-inch curved display

The 1080p monitor will sell for $430 when it goes on sale October 1.

Steel Series Rival

SteelSeries Rival review: A solid, basic gaming mouse

There's nothing fancy about this peripheral, but it's a truly reliable workhorse.

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USB Condom promises to protect your dongle from infected ports

The cutely named device is designed to protect against juice-jacking.

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Four's not a crowd for the Anker Quad-Port Wall Charger

Not only can this sturdy, compact power adapter handles up to four devices at a time, it also charges iOS and Android devices at full speed, making it a great choice for multi-device households.

on techhive.com

surface pro 3 dock

Hybrid, meet desktop: Surface Pro 3 docking station officially available for preorder

The Surface Pro 3's docking station adds desktop-replacement capabilities to the innovative laptop-tablet hybrid.

Putting pocket breathalyzers to the test

We look at a trio of smartphone accessories aimed at alerting you when you've had one too many. But which device came out on top?

PowerCube Extended USB

PowerCube Extended USB review: Quirky and efficient, but no surge protection

My search for the perfect power strip continues.

Origin Red BlackWidow Ultimate keyboard

Origin Red BlackWidow Ultimate review: Great for typing as well as gaming

Your eyes don’t deceive—this is basically a Razer keyboard.

motostream

Moto Stream accessory gives your old speakers the Bluetooth treatment

A $50 accessory helps you retrofit your old speakers into stream machines with Bluetooth.

on greenbot.com

blumoo opener

Blumoo review: Control all your home entertainment gear from one app

If it takes you one or two button presses on three separate remotes just to watch a movie, Blumoo is for you.

on techhive.com

Blumoo controls your whole home theater from one app

If it came with a remote, Blumoo can control it, and you can customize everything.

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10 tools for stealthily slacking off at work

We don't mind if you take a little downtime on the job, but your boss might. Use these tools–at your own risk–to hide your extracurricular activities.