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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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Want To Write for Gear Live? Here’s Your Chance!

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Okay, we get it. You read Gear Live daily, and constantly say to yourself “I could so have written that story better.” Okay hot shot, now’s your chance. Gear Live is looking to bring in a couple more writers who know their stuff as it pertains to gadgets, video games, and social networks (like Twitter and Facebook.) You need not be a professional journalist to apply, but you should be able to write like one. What do we mean? Well, for starters, you have to have a strong command of the written English language. You also need to be passionate about the subject matter at hand. If you think you fit the bill, we want to hear from you. We are looking for writers, as well as editors.

Drop us an email at gigs[at]gearlive.com, and provide three sample posts written in the Gear Live style. These need to be original and timely, not something you wrote for the school paper a few years back. Also let us know why we should pick you, and what you can commit to. This is a paid gig, so bring your A-game.


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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Bleeding Edge TV 480: Liquid Image APEX HD+ Wi-Fi snowboarding goggles

We bring you a first look at the Liquid Image Apex HD+ Wi-Fi snowboarding goggles from CES 2013. The Apex HD+ goggles have a built-in high definition video camera that can live stream to your iOS or Android phone or tablet, and can also record at 1080p 30fps or 720p 60fps, so you can show off you videos later. In addition, the Apex HD+ WiFi can also shoot still images. The camera itself is tilt-able within 30 degrees, so you can get a great angle regardless of your stance or activity. Definite an interesting product from the folks at Liquid Image - and we give you a look at how it all works in this episode.

You can pick up the APEX HD+ snowboarding goggles now!

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Bleeding Edge TV 479: Nick Cannon talks NCredible headphones, fashion

We catch up with Nick Cannon in this episode, and talk to him about his Ncredible headphone line, a collaboration with Monster. In addition, we talk about how headphones have become a fashion accessory, and how he sees the Ncredible headphone line providing good sound coupled with a good price, as well as a good look. You can pick up a pair of NCredible headphones now.

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Unboxing Live 111: Monster DNA White Tuxedo headphones

We open up the Monster DNA White Tuxedo headphones in this episode. On Sunday night Monster and Viacom introduced the latest exclusive Monster DNA headphones color, White Tuxedo, at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards. The white tuxedo color features glossy white with black accents on the outside, and black on the ear cups and inner headband of the headphones. It's a fashionable take on the white tuxedo with black tie look, and features all the same Monster DNA headphone features that we already know and love. Check out the striking new color in this episode!

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Bleeding Edge TV 471: Mophie Juice Pack Air for iPhone 5 review

The Mophie Juice Pack Air for the iPhone 5 is the second iPhone 5 battery case that Mophie has released, with the first being the Juice Pack Helium. The difference is that the Helium offers an additional 80% battery life for the Apple smartphone, while the Juice Pack Air offers a full 100% - doubling your iPhone 5 battery life. We give you a look at the Juice Pack Air for iPhone 5 in this episode, and also compare it to the Juice Pack Helium. You can pick up the Juice Pack Air on Amazon for $99.

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Bleeding Edge TV 470: Lytro light field camera

Lytro is an amazing camera that allows you to take pictures that can be refocused after the fact, as it captures the light field within the image. We talk with Eric Cheng of Lytro and get information on how it all works, giving you a look at the images that this light field camera can take, as well as the actual camera itself! You can pick up a Lytro camera on Amazon.

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