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Dave LeClair

Dave LeClair
Dave is an avid follower of all things mobile, gaming, and any kind of new technology he can get his hands on. Ever since he first played an NES as a child, he's been an absolute tech and gaming junkie.
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Sparx aims to make it easy for hockey players to do a professional sharpening job in their...

Ask anyone who's sharpened skates professionally, and they will tell you that it's an art form. I worked in a hockey store for most of my teenage years, and even after all that time, I was constantly learning new techniques. Sparx aims to allow people to sharpen their own skates right in their home with perfect results every single time, saving a trip to the local hockey shop.  Read More

The Magzet allows users to plug in their audio devices with safer, easier-to-use magnets

One of the least exciting pieces of technology on a smartphone is the 3.5 mm audio jack. There's not a lot of room to make changes there, but Magzet is aiming to do some innovating by turning any audio jack into a magnet connector. It's a simple change, but one that promises to make plugging in audio devices easier, and a whole lot cooler.  Read More

DuoPad aims to bring touchscreen-like controls to PCs that lack touchscreens

With Windows 8, and continuing into Windows 10, Microsoft has created an OS with a bit more of a touchscreen focus. As a solution, many computer makers are selling laptops and all-in-ones with touchscreens, but what about users who already have a computer? The DuoPad trackpad aims to bring a touchscreen-like feel to PCs in a way that is surprisingly cool.  Read More

The new Pioneer NEX head unit supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

Pioneer has just released its second generation of Networked Entertainment eXperience (NEX) receivers. The previous models were among the first to feature Apple CarPlay, and the new ones improve the features offered in the older models while also adding support for Android Auto.  Read More

PlayStation Vue's interface where users can choose shows

Sony is jumping into the world of TV streaming in select markets with the announcement and preliminary launch of PlayStation Vue. The new service promises to let users in Chicago, NYC, and Philadelphia stream TV, movies, and sports right to their PS3 or PS4 without a cable subscription.  Read More

A potential final design for the Sealz sunglasses/goggles

When someone goes to the beach, chances are great that they'll be wearing a pair of sunglasses to protect their eyes from the UV rays. It's also likely that they'll want a pair of goggles for getting a clear view under water. Sealz is a new pair of sunglasses that can actually become a pair of goggles with a button press, allowing them to be used for both purposes.  Read More

Mohohm is positioning the palm-sized device as the 'world's first anti-smartphone'

We've become accustomed to cell phones as noisy, rectangular devices filled with applications that are designed to assist us – but often distract us – in our daily lives. California-based startup Mohohm is looking to buck the trend with Runcible, a round device that doesn't use apps and doesn't beep or vibrate to alert users.  Read More

FlexCharger features wireless charging, two cables, a dock and a USB 3.0 port

Charging devices is, for many people, just a part of their daily routine. We have smartphones, tablets, laptops, portable game consoles, and all kinds of other devices that need some juice. With that in mind, there's no shortage of devices that aim to make charging easier and more efficient. A new player in the game is the FlexCharger, a versatile device that can charge five things at one time – and it does it in style.  Read More

The PWR Case features power prongs on the back for easy charging

There's no shortage of phone cases with a built-in battery. A new one needs to do something interesting to stand out. In some cases this is done with a more powerful battery, or a smaller form factor, but in the case of the PWR Case, the new feature is a different method of keeping the case itself charged.  Read More

Sparrow is able to serve as both USB charger and flash drive – and can live on your key ch...

We live in a world where everyone has a device that they need to charge, and often times, the need to charge happens when away from the comforts of home. Not many people want to carry around a charger cable everywhere they go, and that's where more portable options like Symlis' Sparrow portable cable comes into play. It folds up, charges devices through USB, and even has a flash drive attached.  Read More

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