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SyrenPro

The SyrenPro is a wireless weather-resistant outdoor Bluetooth speaker with TrueWireless Stereo pairing, which lets you create your own stereo system wirelessly using two speakers. The speakers can be plugged into an electrical outlet or run by rechargeable battery for up to four hours, so you can enjoy your music anywhere. The speakers provide 360-degree sound, are weather/UV resistant, and work with most Bluetooth devices.

Whether you are on the go, in your office or at home, tech gadgets can introduce great time-saving advantages into your day, as well as make life easier. Check out some of these great finds, including a keyboard that can multi-task and access all your devices, a rugged USB key that can protect your data from both physical and security threats, a case for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S that’s also a Bluetooth keyboard, and a small but powerful projector that’s portable and great for meetings and conference rooms.

In this slideshow, we’ve highlighted 10 hot new gadgets you may want to consider adding to your collection. Be sure to check out some of our other slideshows that feature great gadgets for the back-to-school crowd, anyone wanting to spice up their office, or professionals on the go.

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Apple May Be About to Fix One of the iPhone’s Most Frustrating Flaws

Anyone who’s ever owned an iPhone will know the frustrations of being forced have a bunch of apps you never use hanging out on your homescreen all the time. When was the last time you needed to use Apple’s Compass app, or felt compelled to check your financial fluctuations in Stocks? Exactly.

With any luck, your days of tucking this smartphone filler away in a folder named “Stuff I cant delete” could soon be over.

Eagle-eyed developers have spotted some new code that’s recently started popping up in Apple’s iTunes metadata that suggests we could soon be able to at least hide these unwanted apps.

“Apple has added two new keys labelled ‘isFirstParty’ and ‘isFirstPartyHideableApp’ in iTunes metadata,” the App Advice report states.

“These two new values started showing up a few weeks ago on every app in the App Store.”

While it suggests we could soon be able to free our handsets of some of Apple’s pre-installed apps, it sounds like Apple’s leaving its options open for keeping some apps as unhideable.

Apple has yet to comment on the claims the long-coveted feature could be added the next major iOS release.

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