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Unboxing Live 117: Pebble Smart Watch

We give you a look at the Pebble smart watch - it shows you your notifications from your smartphone, right on your wrist right on its e-ink display, and is compatible with both iOS and Android. Here are some specs:

  • Load apps using Bluetooth
  • 144 x 168 pixel display black and white e-paper
  • Bluetooth 2.1+ EDR and 4.0 (Low Energy)
  • 4 buttons
  • Vibrating motor
  • 3 axis accelerometer with gesture detection

You can also control apps and music as well, again, all over Bluetooth. I waited a long time for this to arrive, mostly because I had to wait for the orange version to get manufactured and show up. If you wanna get your hands on one, you can get the Pebble watch from Best Buy.

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Bleeding Edge TV 487: iOS 7 setup and installation

We've got iOS 7 installed on one of our iPhone 5 units, and we give you a look at the setup process in Apple's new mobile OS. iOS 7 was announced at WWDC 2013, and the developer beta was released soon after. We're now running iOS 7 beta 2 We give you a look at the whole setup process, Control Center, notification center, and the new UI.

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Unboxing Live 116: TiVo Mini

In this episode we give you a look at the TiVo Mini. With the TiVo Mini, you can connect a television that is not hooked up to your cable signal and stream live TV and recorded content to it. This means you you can access your TiVo content on a second television. The TiVo Mini can even access the subscription-based services that your full-sized TiVo can! To use the TiVo Mini, you need a 4-tuner TiVo Series 4. You can pick up the TiVo Mini here.

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Bleeding Edge TV 486: Microsoft details the Xbox One

Microsoft and Xbox executives showcase the Xbox One, talking about what went into making the console that Microsoft will rely on for the next generation of gaming.

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Andru Edwards on GeekWire Radio: Windows 8.1, iOS 7, OS X Mavericks, and big data at the ballpark

Andru Edwards GeekWire radioI made an appearance on this weeks episode of GeekWire Radio here in Seattle, Washington, and the episode is now live for you to listen to or download. It kicks off with a report from Microsoft’s Build conference in San Francisco, talking about all the Windows 8.1 news. I also share my thoughts on iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks, along with stories from my participation in the Ford “Fiesta Movement” social media campaign.

We also talk about some of the top startup news of the week, including the cool Poppy device that turns an iPhone into a 3D camera, and an app called IdealSeat that crunches large amounts of data to tell baseball fans where they should sit for the best chance of catching a ball.

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Unboxing Live 114: Samsung Galaxy S4

In this episode we open up the Samsung Galaxy S4, the latest flagship Android smartphone from the company. The Galaxy S4 features a 5-inch display, and is available on AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint, making it as widely available as the iPhone 5. We give you a look at the Galaxy S 4 hardware in this episode of Unboxing Live, showing you all the contents of the box as well.

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Bleeding Edge TV 483: “Sugar” Ray Leonard on Monster MVP Carbon gaming headphones

We catch up with boxing legend "Sugar" Ray Leonard in this episode. Sugar Ray is working with Monster on its new MVP Carbon headphones, a partnership with EA Sports, bringing Monster into the gaming headset space. The MVP Carbon are compatible with Xbox One, Playstation 4, Xbox 360, PS3, PC, Wii, and Wii U. You can pick up the Monster MVP Carbon gaming headphones now for $249.

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Unboxing Live 113: Lumoback Posture Sensor

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LUMOback started as a Kickstarter project aimed to helping people maintain proper posture throughout the day. The pitch was successful, and now LUMOback is a reality. We open up the LUMOback posture sensor and give you a look at what it does and how it works. It connects to your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad over Bluetooth 4.0, and alerts you when your posture is bad throughout the day, so that you can improve it over time, resulting in less aches and pains, and more energy!

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Bleeding Edge TV 482: Play-Fi multi-room music streaming

We chat with Play-Fi in this episode, a company focused on helping you enjoy your music in any room, no matter where you are in your home. Play-Fi allows you to use either their speakers, speakers from third-parties with Play-Fi built-in, or their receiver which can be connected to any analog speaker, and you are done. The devices connect to your Wi-Fi network, and you can then stream content from your Windows 8 tablet or PC, as well as your Android devices, directly to any Play-Fi speaker on your network. Get a look at how it all works here in this episode, and get a look at Kelsie dancing as well.

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Unboxing Live 112: HTC One

HTC has produced its best-looking smartphone ever in the HTC One, and we open it up in this episode of Unboxing Live! The HTC One sports premium specs like the Ultrapixel camera, Beats Audio, a 4.7-inch 1080p display, and a quad-core SnapDragon 600 processp all running Android Jelly Bean, and the new BlinkFeed homescreen. The Ultrapixel camera pairs up with HTC Zoe features for unique picture taking. The HTC One is even compatible with Facebook Home, if that's your thing. Stay tuned for our full HTC One review as well!

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