You need that new record you ordered. You need it now, not in a day, or the two days it might take it to arrive if you use Amazon's base Prime shipping. If you're in Manhattan, you're in luck. With Amazon Prime Now, you can get stuff delivered straight to your door in an hour or less. Good for plenty of everyday products like paper towels, toys, headphones, Kindles (of course), books, and batteries, this new service is available from 6 a.m. to midnight, and offers free two-hour delivery for existing Prime members, with an extra $8 charge for one-hour service. While it's limited to select areas of NYC for now, Amazon says it will be "coming soon to a city near you".
Most of us long ago moved on from the business acumen of the Blackberry to the do-it-all prowess of iPhone and Android, but if you just can't give up your physical keyboard, the Blackberry Classic Smartphone is for you. This new device features an instantly-recognizable layout, with a full QWERTY keyboard mounted below a 3.5", 294 ppi screen running Blackberry 10 OS. As you'd expect, it's a whiz at email, and also features an 8 megapixel camera, 16GB of internal flash storage, and all the BBM goodness you can handle.
Even though WiFi coverage is growing every day, it can still be incredibly difficult to get a reliable connection when you need it. Karma Go puts the power of a hotspot in your hands, thus ending the hunt to find the next WiFi signal. At 2.9 inches it's small enough to slip into your pocket, and with a 5 hour battery life and no wires to connect, it's portable and easy to operate. It's just as hassle free on your wallet as well, with no contract, monthly fees, or expiring data — all while supporting as many as 8 wireless devices at a time on nationwide 4G LTE.
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With distinctive looks and a host of features, the Archt One Speaker is one of the rare systems to look as good as it sounds. Thanks to patented Sound Array technology, it's able to evenly disperse sound throughout a space, and can work with a companion app to automatically calibrate the speaker for your surroundings. As you might imagine, app integration requires wireless technology, and the Archt has plenty, with support for both Bluetooth and AirPlay, as well as the ability to accept direct streams over USB.