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InfiniteUSB connects multiple devices to a single USB port

If you have ever had to cycle your smartphones or tablets around because you only have one USB wall charger or a single available USB port on your notebook, we feel your pain. You try to get enough power in each device that you can use them all and often you end up without enough power in any of them for what you need to do.

TOB Cable says it’s the only one you’ll ever need to bring

Who knew talking about cables can be so exciting? Well, it's not exactly something you'll ever drool over like with a gadget, but a fully functional all-in-one cable that will lessen your accessories baggage is something that you might enjoy having. Having a lot of gadgets that need to be charged or devices that need transferring to other devices is a very common occurrence, and this Kickstarter project can help you manager your tangled wires and cables by simplifying your life.

SONICable promises to charge smartphones twice as fast

We all want faster charging for our smartphones and tablets. The faster they can charge, the better we are able to keep them powered and ready to use when we are on the go. A new charging cable has turned up called the SONICable that claims to be able to charge a smartphone twice as fast as using a normal cable.

inCharge is a tiny key ring charge cable

One of the most annoying things for people that travel with gadgets is keeping up with all the charge cables. Cables for smartphones tablets, computers, and other gadgets can turn into a tangled mess in short order. If you are out and about all day and traveling light, sometimes there is nowhere to keep a standard charge cable.

Google expands the Nexus 4 accessory lineup

In addition to the bumper case, those purchasing a Nexus 4 from the Google Play Store now have a few additional accessories to consider along with the purchase of your phone. Simply put, Google has recently added a few new Nexus 4 accessories. There are three new additions in total and they include a USB cable, wall charger and wired headset.

Google may tests out cable TV service in Kansas City

Google's no stranger to disruptive technology, but so far, Google TV has failed to make a dent in the set-top box market. Google may be aiming to change that with a new approach: don't replace the cable box, replace the cable company. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the search giant is investigating the possibility of bringing cable TV services to customers of its upcoming fiber service in Kansas City, Missouri, bringing both super-fast Internet and Google-branded TV to its lucky residents.