New rugged EcoLantern light and speaker 100% waterproof

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EcoXGear known for their outdoor products has launched EcoLantern a new portable light and speaker. It’s tough and rugged, ideal for the outdoors, and it’s totally 100% waterproof.

The new offering features five brightness settings and multiple light modes: bi-directional control, dimmable, multi-colour for partytime and if needed, emergency flashing. Despite being only total 10.4” tall still puts out a respectable 400 lumens with 360-degree light. Read more…at Canoe Tech Blog.

iHeadBones Cyclist Headset uses cheekbone to transmit sound

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About five years ago I discovered an amazing little gadget called Rock-it! which using vibrations, could turn any hard surface into a speaker. Fast forward to 2017 and those good vibrations are even better as iHeadBones has just unveiled the R949 Cyclist Headset which actually uses your own cheekbone to transmit sound directly to your inner ear. Read more…at Canoe Tech Blog.

IK Multimedia announces iRig Mic HD 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

August 10, 2017 – IK Multimedia has just announced iRig Mic HD 2, the successor to the highly acclaimed iRig Mic HD, is now available for pre-order. iRig Mic HD 2 is designed to put all the power of high-resolution digital audio into the hands of singers, musicians, interviewers, broadcasters, presenters, podcasters, and vloggers who are looking to capture pristine mobile recordings anywhere with remarkable ease.

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Review: UnGrip won’t let you drop your phone

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Johann Pascual had an epiphany noticing that while cellphones were getting bigger and bigger most people’s hands were not and that caused some difficulty for some people. So he invented Ungrip, a little gadget that adheres to the back of any sized smartphone allowing you to easily grip your prized device with comfort and care.

Now before you start quoting Capt. Obvious, the reality is that a larger phone means a higher chance of dropping it, a common occurrence particularly when taking Selfies. And haven’t you noticed how many of those phones aren’t even in a protective case Read more…at Canoe Tech Blog.

New hoverboards offer No-Fall Technology

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I can honestly say I’ve never fallen off a hoverboard, but then again, I only took one for a test drive once and someone was holding me for part of the way and when I finally decided to go solo I barely put the pedal to the metal. Now should I have truly revved it up, for lack of a better term, my feet and the hoverboard would surely have parted ways.  Read more…at Canoe Tech Blog.

Big Drone Show and film festival landing in Toronto

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Canada’s biggest drone event, The Big Drone Show (BDS17), a conference and trade fair for enthusiasts and professionals featuring all things drone and UAV, hits the Metro Toronto Convention Centre this September 27th and 28th, 2017 and will be hosted by drone technology company, The Sky Guys Ltd. The event also features a film contest, the 1st Annual Toronto Drone Film Festival (TDFF). Read more…at CanoeTech Blog.

Laplink unveils super-speed USB 3.0 data transfer cable

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Laplink has been around since the early days of the PC. It’s been know over the years for providing an easy solution to quickly migrate large amounts of data from one PC to another. It’s particularly handy especially when setting up a new computer. To help speed up the process, the company has just introduced the new Laplink USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Cable that can offer transfer speeds of up to 10x that of the USB 2.0 version.  Read more…at Canoe Tech Blog.

Apple quietly mutes iPod nano, shuffle

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Try to find an iPod nano or iPod shuffle at your online Apple Store and you’ll find them nowhere to be found, as it appears that Apple has sent them off to iPod heaven.

These two Apple music players were destined to be discontinued. But it was certainly just a matter of time that as Apple focuses on Apple Music rather than rely on music downloads the primary source for these two devices.

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The iPod Shuffle was first introduced in 2005 and was the first iPod to use solid-state storage. Read more…at Canoe Tech Blog.

Twist-O-Flex for Apple Watch – what’s old is new again

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It’s hard not to remember your Father or Grandfather’s wristwatch with that funky Speidel Twist-O-Flex expansion band. Well, this almost 60 year-old technology has been reimagined with a classic twist as an expansion watchband for the modern Apple Watch.

What’s always been great about the Twist-o-Flex band is its ability to stretch and quickly snap back into place, making it so easy to put it on and take it off of your wrist. There’s no need to muss or fuss with buckles and straps and less worry your watch will fall off and get lost. Read more…at Canoe Tech Blog.

Stream NFL Football live in Canada with DAZN

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For Canadians who can’t get enough football, you may be happy to know that DAZN (pronounced “Da Zone”) is launching here in Canada just in time for NFL 2017 preseason. It will be the only service available here to provide every single live NFL game including the post-season games and the coveted Super Bowl game and with no blackouts. Read more…at Canoe Tech Blog.