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Séamus Bellamy is a travel and technology writer with bylines at Boing Boing, AFAR Magazine, BBC Worldwide and USA Today. A full-time digital nomad, Séamus calls Canada home--but he doesn't see it all that often.

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iClever Backlit Foldable Keyboard review: This portable keyboard is a cut above its peers

If you can live without its battery-draining backlighting, iClever's folding keyboard will provide hours of satisfying typing.

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Bose QuietComfort 35 wireless headphones review: Active noise cancellation with no strings attached

The ANC pioneers took the time to get wireless right, but audiophiles won’t be impressed with these cans.

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JBL Boost TV review: There are great small speakers. This isn't one of them

We like the idea of a sound bar for smaller rooms and smaller TVs, but the Boost TV’s performance leaves much to be desired.

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Bose QuietComfort noise-cancelling headphones go wireless

We strapped a series of new Bose products to our heads at a New York City media event on Friday.

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Bowers & Wilkins T7 Portable Wireless Speaker review: Big sound with a few small problems

Few Bluetooth speakers sound or look as good as the T7 Portable Wireless Speaker, but it has some flaws.

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Bowers & Wilkins P5 Wireless headphones review: So expensive, so good

This could be the best sounding set of wireless on-ear headphones that you’ll ever clamp to your skull. If you can afford it.

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Pronto Peel universal remote control review: Cheap and relatively powerful, but you get what you pay for

As long as your hardware has an IR receiver, and doesn’t rely on Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, or some other technology, the Pronto can probably control it.

Ray Super Remote

Ray Super Remote review: Almost super, definitely pricey

This universal remote wants to be your living-room’s everything, but it doesn’t quite swing it.

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Iridium Go satellite hotspot review: More like ‘Iridium No’

The Iridium Go wants to be the future of off-the-grid communications, but its functionality is very much stuck in the past.