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Yelp: The FTC Is Perfectly Happy With Our Reviews, Stop Complaining

Yelp has come under fire in the past for gaming reviews on its site and attempting to extort businesses that refuse to pay for ads.

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Misfit’s Bolt Is a Color-Changing Wireless LED Bulb For Just $50

LED bulbs are not only long-lasting and energy-efficient, with a clever combination of red, green, and blue diodes they can also be tinted to almost any color letting you set the perfect mood in a room. But color-changing bulbs tend to be expensive, so with its new Bolt , Misfit stripped away unnecessary features to nail a very reasonable $50 price point. Read more..

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Sony Smart B-Trainer: A Walkman That Tracks Your Every Move

Sony's showing off a new sports and training headset prototype that's basically the waterproof, head-mounted Walkman the company's been trying to sell for a few years crammed with a heartrate monitor, GPS radio, and an accelerometer for counting your steps. Read more...

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MatchStick Hands-On: A Cheap Open Source Chromecast? Yes Please.

Chromecast has largely caught on as a way to easily use services like Netflix on your computer. MatchStick is an open source HDMI stick for everyone who wants to use there TV for more than just watching movies.

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​Nikon D5500: Nikon Finally Has a Touchscreen DSLR But Is It Too Late?

Even as the demand for beginner and mid-range (read: consumer) DSLRs has been slowing down in recent years, Nikon's shooters in this range have inched forward on design and specs. The D5500 represents a pretty minor jump from its predecessor, the D5300 . Read more..

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LG’s Got Seven Beautiful New 4K OLED TVs, Including 77-Inch Flexible TV

The TV industry is still keen on 4K TVs but to a certain extent, it's moved on from the dream of 4K OLED televisions. Not LG though, they've got seven gorgeous new UHD OLEDs. Last month, the company announced its Read more..

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Philips’ Expanding Bluetooth Speaker Promises Much Better Bass

Humanity's endless march to make gadgets smaller has led to countless compromises in the name of miniaturization. Thinner smartphones mean terrible battery life, and compact wireless speakers seem to completely forget our ears love bass.

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Nokia 215: Internet in Your Pocket For $30

Microsoft's latest smartphone launch is no flagship—but that's not to say it's unimportant. Costing just $30, it's perhaps the cheapest way to get a slice of the web in your your hand. Read more..

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Nest Can Now Talk To Your Lights, Locks, and More

This morning, Nest continued its ongoing march towards connecting every last gadget you own to its platform, announcing 15 new partners in its Works With Nest developer program. Coming soon? Everything from fridges to light bulbs.

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Unlock Your Front Door From Anywhere On Earth With Kwikset’s Kevo Plus

Unlocking your front door from a smartphone app isn't a terribly new idea, you can even electronically send keys to people you want to have access to your home while you're away. But Kwikset is updating its Kevo Bluetooth front door lock with new hardware that lets you lock or unlock your front door from anywhere on earth you have mobile data on your smartphone.

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