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The war clearly isn't over. These angry birds will stop at nothing to destroy those oinkers! And now, if you're willing and ready (or even if you aren't), these little guys are here to amplify your music too. These plug and play Angry Birds Speakers from ThinkGeek are not exactly priced to move at $65+, but oh man, they are tons of epic awesome.
Earlier this year I reviewed the Soundmatters FoxL v2, a compact portable speaker that produced bigger sound than I'd thought possible from such a diminutive device.
I like the Jawbone Jambox a little better, even though it's not the audio-quality champ of the two. This wireless speaker/speakerphone connects to any gizmo that supports the A2DP Bluetooth protocol--meaning most phones, laptops, and tablets--and provides a huge improvement over the wimpy speakers built into most such devices.
Hurricane Irene struck a few days ago and some people in the Northeast are still without power and other basic services. This got me thinking about some basic emergency preparedness and how sometime the old solutions are still the best. You may get all your news on your iPhone via The HuffPo, or eat only microwave organic food normally--but most likely that's not gonna cut it after an earthquake, hurricane or other natural disaster.
Here are ten items you are going to want stashed away somewhere in case of emergency.
When I'm looking to buy kids' toys, I am looking for three things:
One: I want it to be cheap, because in these hard times, affordability is key. Two: I want it to be safe, because choking hazards and badly made toys just aren't good for your kids to play with.
And three: I want it to creep me the heck out.
What, you don't want your kids' toys to freak you out? You're obviously in the minority there, because these Cartoon Shaped USB Rechargeable Mini Portable Speakers are the creepiest things in the world, but I bet your kids would love them.
When it comes to speakers, size does matter. As a general rule, the smaller they are, the smaller they sound.
The Soundmatters FoxL v2 Bluetooth is a rare exception. This amazingly compact speaker bar delivers unusually "big" sound, with enough power to fill even a large room. And because it supports wireless audio streaming via Bluetooth, it's an ideal companion for smartphones and tablets.
It's also a great gift item for moms, dads, and grads.
Yesterday, Amazon took the wraps off the Kindle with Special Offers, an updated version of the $139 Wi-Fi-only Kindle. What's so "special" about it? In a word: ads.
Priced at $114, the Kindle with Special Offers (KSO for short)
displays ads instead of the author illustrations that normally appear
when the device is in standby mode. It also shows ad banners along the
bottom of the home screen.