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Fluance Fi70 Bluetooth Speaker: The Gizmodo Review

In a world that cherishes gadgets that keep getting smaller and lighter, the Fluance Fi70 is a big hulking WTF. The $US500 ($679) Bluetooth speaker is as big as your parent’s oldest television set and weighs in at a hulking 37kg. It’s so ridiculous, so surprisingly handsome, and so cheap that I almost want to buy it. Almost.


BioLite's New Bluetooth Lantern Means Smartphones Are Now An Essential Camping Accessory

BioLite’s BaseCamp stove is one of Kickstarter’s many success stories, and after releasing a handful of follow-up outdoors products, the company is returning to Kickstarter again for its new flatpack Bluetooth LED lantern that can be completely customised using a smartphone app.


Ask Gizmodo: What Bluetooth Earphones Should I Buy For Running And Other Exercise?

Hi Gizmodo, I’m looking for a pair of Bluetooth earphones (I can’t stand buds), specifically for running. Do you have any recommendations? What should I be looking for when purchasing a pair? And is it possible to buy a pair that are reliable and don’t cost the earth? Thanks, Wynn.


Nikon Releases Its SnapBridge Sharing App On Android

Nikon’s Bluetooth sharing app SnapBridge has arrived on Android, with a release for iOS devices to follow later this year.


Deals: MMOVE Stereo Bluetooth Earbuds Provide An Exceptional Sound For Less

Spice up your exercise routine with a pair of high quality MMOVE Stereo Bluetooth Earbuds, just $43 AUD [$31.99 USD] for Gizmodo Australia readers. These buds provide a great sound, are extremely comfortable, and are an incredible value at 45% off the RRP.


Dog & Bone LockSmart Mini Quick Review: A Bluetooth-Only Electronic Padlock

If you’re the kind of person that carries valuable tools around with them, or that rides a bike and parks it in a public place, you’re setting yourself up for grief. Anyone can pick locks with a little practice. But what if you equipped yourself with a padlock that didn’t have a key? The LockSmart Mini is a padlock that uses Bluetooth and talks to your phone to unlock.


A Tiny Death Star Is The Only Reason You Should Buy A Levitating Speaker

An unknown breakthrough in consumer levitation technology has led to an influx of floating speakers that don’t sound any different, but look kinda cool — were this the mid-’80s. Before you write them off completely, someone has managed to find a way to make these novelties genuinely worthy of your desk space, as a tiny Death Star replica.


LG Made Its Rollable Keyboard More Useful By Adding A Fifth Row Of Keys

All the predictive text and auto-correct tricks in the world can’t make a touchscreen keyboard as usable as a physical set of keys. LG has updated one of the most portable Bluetooth keyboards available with an extra row of keys so that it no longer requires an extra key press to type numbers.


Parrot's Zik 3 Are Your New Favourite $600 Wireless Headphones

Parrot’s Zik 2.0 headphones were the headphones to buy last year if you wanted the holy trinity of active noise cancelling, Bluetooth and a rechargeable internal battery. Now there’s a new version in the Zik 3, which will be out in Australia from the end of this month, adding a few nifty new features like wireless charging.


Volvo Brags About Making The First Car That Doesn't Need Keys

As a carmaker Volvo has always been known for its innovative safety features, and thanks to a new app that now includes eliminating the risk of cuts on your hand after having to break one of your vehicle’s windows because you locked your keys inside.


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