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Boston Acoustics, a world-renowned manufacturer of innovative home entertainment solutions and high performance loudspeakers, brought their dramatic surround sound and a powerfully immersive audio experience to game-playing visitors at Microsoft’s booth at this year's E3 2011 event.
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Leading PC gaming peripheral maker Cyber Snipa recently announced the Sonar Portable Mini Speaker, a portable speaker for mobile devices. Expanded from the award-winning Sonar headset series, the Sonar Portable Mini Speaker is designed to deliver a similar high-quality audio experience on-the-go.
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PCMag.com’s Lead Mobile Analyst Sascha Segan has named the 10 free travel apps that make traveling — or planning your next trip — a breeze. So if the summer heat makes you stir-crazy, just grab your smartphone and start planning your next adventure. 1. Google MapsThe single most useful travel app is available on every smartphone, and in fact on any Web phone. Google Maps tells you where you are, where anything else is, and how to get between those two spots. When I needed diapers in Barcelona on a Sunday, Google Maps knew where the three nearest OpenCor convenience stores were, and even gave me subway directions.
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