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It's no secret to us (or our readers) that Apple's products tend to generate what some might consider insane amounts of interest for weeks, months, and even years before they're launched or even announced. Whether you love the company or hate its guts, you can't deny that Apple is particularly pr

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January 26, 2010 at 10:05AM
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At this point, Bluetooth headsets are pretty played, but it's some kind of thrilling to see at least one company keeping things interesting. Newton Peripherals is that very outfit, today introducing a pair of new devices that are definitely unique in a sea of me-too ear pieces. First up is the MoGo

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At this point, Bluetooth headsets are pretty played, but it's some kind of thrilling to see at least one company keeping things interesting. Newton Peripherals is that very outfit, today introducing a pair of new devices that are definitely unique in a sea of me-too ear pieces. First up is the MoGo

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Newton Peripherals is no stranger to the world of small and thin. So the miniscule size of their new MoGo Headset -- the \"thinnest, lightest headset in the world\" -- should come as little surprise. Still, at less than 5-mm thick with 6-hours of talk time and claimed \"natural audio\" sound, this Blue

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Newton Peripherals is no stranger to the world of small and thin. So the miniscule size of their new MoGo Headset -- the \"thinnest, lightest headset in the world\" -- should come as little surprise. Still, at less than 5-mm thick with 6-hours of talk time and claimed \"natural audio\" sound, this Blue

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