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Logitech Keys-To-Go Review: Finally, An iPad Keyboard I Can See Myself Using Long-Term

Logitech has been building iPad keyboards for years – they were among the first to recognize the value of doing so, in fact. But for all their experience, and various iterations of the concept of the keyboard case, the company may have got it most right with a remarkably simple design introduced …

Soundfreaq Pocket Kick Bluetooth Speaker -run 1 | Cult of Mac Deals

Start living life out loud with the ultra-portable Pocket Kick by Soundfreaq. Pocket Kick was meticulously engineered to produce refreshingly full and powerful sound. It features a pair of custom-engineered drivers and a passive radiator set between two full-metal, open air grills to optimize …

Review: 5 inexpensive pocketable Bluetooth speakers from Omaker, Koss, Boombot and Mpow

We’ve long held that the extra cost of high end Bluetooth speakers from Bose, Ultimate Ears, JBL and Cambridge Audio Minx (all pictured above top row) were well worth the extra money even at prices up near $200 and beyond. But the fact is that not everyone wants to spend a lot of money on a …

The complete guide to Apple Pay

Apple launched its mobile payments service, Apple Pay, today in the US. It has the chance—if successful—to become the first mainstream mobile payments service in many markets. We’ve assembled what we think will be common questions (with answers) about Apple Pay—and its potential implications for …

Wendy’s uses mapping software from Calif. firm Esri to pick new locations

At the Wendy’s corporate headquarters in Dublin, Ohio, real estate director John Crouse is swimming in data about the company’s almost 6,000 fast-food restaurants nationwide.<p>Crouse and one other colleague are responsible for building and analyzing maps of Wendy’s locations and the surrounding …

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FORTUNE — “We’re living in a crazy world,” Karl Martin says, “where, to prove who we are to our computers, we have to remember a long string of letters and numbers.”<p>Martin, the chief executive of the biometric identity startup Bionym, is only half right. I’m sure I’m not the only one who has given …