security
Luxury Smart Toilet Vulnerable to Back Door Attack

The Satis so-called "smart toilet" can be controlled by an Android app, with users of the £4,000 loo able to operate its lighting, flush and bidet controls from a phone. Problem is, the Bluetooth access PIN is set to "0000" by default, meaning random strangers could seize control of your toilet and exploit your very own back door for their amusement. Read More >>

dealzmodo
A Bluetooth Adapter Is Your "Screw Apple and Its New Lightning Connector" Deal of the Day

It's a cry that's all too familiar to us around here. 'Hey guys, I've got an Apple speaker system/docking unit, but I don't have an Apple phone/gadget any more, because I hate them. As a result, I have lost my groove. What am I going to do?' Read More >>

battlemodo
The Best Cheap Bluetooth Headphones

Bluetooth headphones have a whole bunch of advantages --mostly that there's no headphone cable to tie itself in Gordian-beating knots -- but one thing they sure ain't is cheap. That's why we've corralled together the best budget Bluetooth headphones going, to see if any of them have the chops to replace lower-priced cabled cans. Read More >>

gaming
Wireless Dice Guarantee Tablets Are the Board Games of Tomorrow

You can already get beloved board games like Monopoly on your tablet that provide a somewhat similar experience to the original cardboard sets. But they'll never fully replace those old versions because they lack the tangible satisfaction of grabbing a pair of dice, going through your shaking ritual, and tossing them across the table—oh wait, what's that? Scosche just released a set of wireless dice that work with tablets and smartphones? (Throws Monopoly in the garbage.) Read More >>

lightning review
Pure Jongo S3 Lightning Review: Multi-Room Audio On-the-Cheap Is Actually Worth Buying

When it comes to multi-room audio, Sonos is the king. But while its gear is awesome, its pricing definitely isn't. Pure's new Jongo S3 wireless speaker is the first salvo in its new affordable, adaptable multi-room audio assault, and it's really rather good. Read More >>

headphones
Bose's Big Black Budget AE2W Bluetooth Headphones

Audio specialist Bose has finally jumped into the stereo Bluetooth headphones scene, with its new AE2W set allowing simultaneous connection to two devices so users can flip between tablet audio and phone calls easily. All you'd then need is a Google Glass on your face to complete the idiot-from-the-future look. Read More >>

lightning review
La Boite Concept LD120 Speaker-Desk: So Beautiful Yet So Hipster

The La Boite Concept LD120 is a Bluetooth-powered desk with 120 watts of speaker packed inside. Made of real leather, piano wood and old-school tactile knobs, it's probably the most beautiful speaker you've ever laid eyes on, but at one-thousand-bleeding-quid, it's also damn expensive. Read More >>

battlemodo
The Best Bluetooth Headphones Money Can Buy

Wires suck. Fact -- they get lost, broken, or filched by unscrupulous flatmates. Better to do away with them altogether, which is why we've corralled together a collection of the best Bluetooth headphones money can buy, to see if any of them have the chops to replace good old-fashioned copper. The results, after a couple months of testing, are surprisingly positive. Read More >>

audio
The Most Ridiculous iPod Dock Ever Made Now Has a Bluetooth Receiver too

Jean Michel Jarre's ridonkulous iPod dock (that we secretly, desperately want) now has a new trick. It's got a fancy-looking new Bluetooth receiver, because your £10,000-odd dock got made redundant by Apple's Lightning switch. Read More >>

sports
You Can Finally Get the 'New' Jawbone Fitness Tracker in the UK

The original 2011 Jawbone UP was notable for being one of the first fitness trackers, and also notable for sucking unbelievably badly. Nonetheless, Jawbone took the UP and last year released a new, 'improved' version. It's been available in the US for a few months, but now it's finally made its way over the Atlantic. I wonder how many calories that burnt... Read More >>

samsung
Samsung Hints at 6.3" Future Phone, Probably the Galaxy Note III

Samsung's new listing for its Bluetooth Game Pad has one very interesting tech spec, with the controller claiming to be compatible with phones containing displays of up to 6.3 inches. That's a rather specific size, leading some to postulate that's how large the forthcoming Galaxy Note III's screen might be. Read More >>

samsung
Samsung Preparing Docking Bluetooth Game Pad for Galaxy Range

While we didn't see anything particular thrilling or innovative in Samsung's safe Galaxy S4 launch last night, it did have an interesting piece of hardware to show off backstage -- an official Samsung wireless game controller. So Samsung can crush Ouya, Game Stick and the rest of them in an instant. Read More >>

gaming
This Bluetooth Controller Is Fluent in Wii, Wii U, and Android

When you tire of all the fancy motion controls and just want to enjoy some classic button-mashing gameplay on your Wii or Wii U, consider this wireless controller — particularly if you're an Android gamer too. In addition to playing well with Nintendo's hardware, this gamepad also cozies up to your smartphone or tablet. Read More >>

speakers
Fit This Radio Into Your Classic Caddy, Play It With Your Smartphone

You have a vintage car, but you have normal ears and want a sound system that's up with the times. RetroSound's new classically styled Model Two in-dash radio runs like a new-fangled modern setup because it is a new-fangled modern setup, with Bluetooth and all. Read More >>

apple tv
The Apple TV Has Just Taken One Massive Step Towards Becoming a Mini Mac Under Your TV

There's no doubt the Apple TV is an "intense area of interest" for Cupertino, Tim Cook said so himself. In fact, the Apple TV could be the future of Apple right there in that tiny little puck. With iOS 6.1, the plucky mini black box just took a massive step forward: you can now hook up a keyboard to it. Are apps and Safari next? Read More >>

lightning review
Pogo Connect Stylus Review: Pressure Sensitivity for iPad, But Only Half-Baked

Despite the myriad uses an iPad can serve up, one area where it falls short is artistic creation. Sure, there are tons of sketching and painting apps, but they are hampered by one shortcoming of the iPad's display: lack of pressure sensitivity. The Pogo Connect Stylus tries to mend this gap and open the doors to a more complete artistic experience on the iPad. Read More >>

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