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Wearhaus Arc brings social back to music listening

While headphones serve their purpose when you want to drown out the annoying people around you or you just want to go off into your own musical world alone, there are some things lost by plugging into one and plugging out of your environment. One of these things lost is sharing music with friends and loved ones. A new headset trying to get crowdfunded wants to bring that social aspect back to music listening, even as you will have your own device on your head and in your ears.

Reeljuice is a portable battery pack with a retractable built-in cord

It's already been established that if you're a serious mobile device user, it is necessary for you to have a power pack with you always. But out of all the brands out there, why should you choose to buy or invest in Reeljuice? If you keep losing or forgetting your cords and adapters, then this is the one for you.

Record your guitar riffs on your Android phone with iRig HD-A

Back in the day (well, just a few years ago actually), in order to make a decent recording of you playing your instrument or singing, you needed to go to a recording studio or have high-tech (and expensive) recording equipment at your house. But of course, now there are apps and gadgets for that and all you would need is an instrument, a plug, an Android device and of course there's also an app for that.

Hydrogen Bluetooth speakers can charge in just 5 minutes

Aside from the sound quality and the design, what else do you want from speakers that can be connected to your mobile devices? Probably two of the top answers would be portability and battery life. A crowd-funded portable Bluetooth speaker is trying to be the answer to your mobile needs. The Hydrogen speaker may not have the longest battery life among its competitors right now, but it may be the only one that can recharge itself quicker than you can heat up your pasta in your microwave.

Walmart’s VUDU Spark set to challenge streaming dongles

Retail giant Walmart is set to challenge the dominance of streaming dongles like Google's Chromecast or Roku's Streaming Stick with their very own VUDU Spark. Well, at least according to their FCC filing for the device before its actual retail launch. Documents show that just like its competitors in the market, it's a stick you plug in to your TV's HDMI port which will then connect to your WiFi and stream videos to the larger screen from your mobile device of choice.

Xiaomi to launch 16,000 mAh power bank

After coming out with 5200mAh and 10400mAh power bank models, it looks like the capacity for power banks from Xiaomi just keeps going up and up – with the Chinese gadget maker coming out with a 16000mAh model. This power bank looks set to give you your mobile charging needs for one whole working week – at least, that should be the rationale for having a power bank with this much juice capacity.

Coming soon to HTC: Rapid Charger 2.0 for compatible devices

With most smartphone owners now being heavy users and a lot of them being mostly on the go, chances are, battery life is a real problem for them. There are numerous apps, power banks, battery extenders, etc, that have been given as a solution to prolong your phone's battery. Now, if you're an HTC user, you get an accessory that will give your compatible phone the ability to charge itself faster than the normal chargers can do. The OEM has announced on their official site the upcoming Rapid Charger 2.0.

Poynt pad tries to be all-in-one payment system for business

Point-of-sale systems, especially for small businesses, can sometimes be a very expensive pain with technology constantly updating and new payment methods continually cropping up. Former Google wallet chief Osama Bedier is behind a new product that will try to become an all-in-one payment system. It's called Poynt, and from the looks of it, it is poised (or will try) to revolutionize how we conduct financial transactions, at least digitally speaking whether in your store or even at bazaars and trade fairs.

Tylt brings wireless charging to your car and your bag

Wireless charging is not yet that popular in the market but it is slowly gaining traction so we can expect a surge in products soon. And that is not surprising as the more gadgets we hold, the less wires we want to be lugging around. Tylt, one of the pioneers in both wireless and portable charging is introducing two new products in the market. VU Wireless Charging Car Mount is exactly what its name says while the VU Solo is a more portable wireless charging pad you can easily carry around when traveling.

WakaWaka Base: solar power for lighting and charging needs

No, WakaWaka Base is not a gadget that plays Shakira's 2010 World Cup theme over and over again. It is actually a portable solar power kit that aims to give, well, power when electricity runs out or when you're in an area that doesn't have one. The power kit can give you multiple charges on your smartphones or light supply for an entire week, whichever is more important for you at the moment.
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