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This compact surge protector provides 600 joules of protection, 3 outlets, and a folding wall tap plug. Two USB ports (2.1 Amp) charge personal electronics, including smartphones, digital cameras, MP3 players, and other devices.
CES 2018 opens next week, showcasing everything that beeps, buzzes, or talks; and is artificially intelligent or at least somewhat smart. Here's what we can't wait to see in Las Vegas.
You'll be hard-pressed to find a better sonic performer at this price-point.
Just leave the slim and trim Blackout Buddy in your wall socket and you’ll never be in the dark. It automatically turns on when the power goes out so that you can easily locate it. Then, fold in the prongs and you've got a flashlight.
This handy gadget from SanDisk automatically backs up your iPhone’s photos, videos contacts and more, every time you charge. And its currently discounted 25% on Amazon.
Kidde calls this model "worry free" because its sensor and sealed battery provide 10 years of uninterrupted CO detection, and a digital display that updates every 15 seconds. Currently discounted down to $35 on Amazon.
These speakers show that you don't have to sacrifice sonic quality or break the bank to enjoy wireless sound. They're not portable, but for static installations they're fantastic.
SiliconDust's HDHomeRun TV tuners are excellent, but the DVR service is not very good at all.
LG's 2018 smart TVs will offer improved support for high dynamic range. support for higher refresh rates on its high-end models, and better color mapping and color correction. But it will continue to use replacement RGBW (2.88K) in some of its cheaper models.
Rakuten Kobo’s Aura One Limited Edition e-reader wants to compete with the Kindle Oasis, with 32GB of storage and a few new software tricks up its sleeve. While it isn’t quite up to the task, it still has a lot to offer certain readers.
Bang & Olufsen’s most affordable multi-room speaker is a strong value.
Amazon's final big sale of the year is all digital—and rather underwhelming. Still, if you dig deep, you can find a few gems. Here are the top 5.
Apple's announcement that it will replace aging batteries in iPhones 6 and later is the perfect way to end a rocky 2017.
Tech that died in 2017: RIP AOL Instant Messenger, good riddance to Juicero.
There's nothing fancy here, but this box delivers a great performance every time.