Jabra Sport Pace Review: Hardy But Not Snug

Wireless headphones are all the rage nowadays. The Jabra Sport Pace is one of the latest wireless headphones produced by Jabra, aimed particularly at sports enthusiasts. Bluetooth headphones are the preferred choice as an audio companion for fitness enthusiasts, and for good reason. Who needs dangly spaghetti wires getting in our way during workouts? The Sport Pace’s peers, the Jabra Sport Coach and the Jabra Sport Pulse have performed extremely well, so how does this new entrant compare? Let’s take a look.

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The tale of Flipboard: Why Windows Phone is still struggling to catch up

It took 449 days for Flipboard to shuffle its way onto Windows Phone. Ever since its announcement with the Lumia 1020 (that old thing that runs on a Snapdragon S4 Plus), Windows Phone users have been waiting eagerly for the app to arrive on the platform. Well it’s finally here after four hundred and forty nine days, and guess what? It doesn’t flip.

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[Deal Alert] Free apps worth $135 on Amazon Appstore

You’ve read this right. Amazon is offering an unprecedented $135 dollars worth of apps to entice you into downloading their AppStore. (Sorry iPhone users, no free apps for you – blame the Cupertino company for that)

Read on to find out more about the deal.

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South Korea bans unremovable mobile bloatware

Android lovers (or simply S. Korean ones), here’s a piece of good news for you. The South Korean Ministry of Science, ICT, and Future Planning has banned the common practice of mobile manufacturers and networks putting un-removable apps on smartphones.

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