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YouMail Visual Voicemail

YouMail

YouMail is a visual voicemail service that works on your iPhone, Android, and on the web. You can also get to your voicemails right from your email inbox. Then you can easily reply to them, forward a message to someone else, save it, or archive it.

YouMail takes call blocking to the next level. Instead of just preventing unwanted callers from getting through, you can choose from a variety of pre-recorded messages that they'll hear. For instance, if you're having issues with telemarketers, you could have it play a message saying your phone has been disconnected.

Kill A Watt Electricity Usage Monitor

Kill A Watt

The P3 P4400 Kill A Watt is an electricity usage monitor that works with any device that plugs into AC power. It has an LCD screen that shows the power consumption by kilowatt-hour, and also calculates electricity expenses by the day, week, month, or year. It displays volts, amps, and wattage within 0.2 percent accuracy.

This is particularly useful if you're trying to find something in the house that's consuming a large amount of power. The Kill-A-Watt plugs into an AC outlet, and has an outlet on the front that other things can be plugged into.

Syma X5 RC Explorer Quad Copter

Syma X5 RC Explorer Quad Copter

The Syma X5 4 Channel 2.4Ghz RC Explorer Quad Copter is a durable and inexpensive option for anyone who wants to get started with drones. Even if you plan on buying a more expensive drone for aerial photography, it's important to learn how to fly it first. The Syma X5 quad copter has the same basic feel as the more expensive drones, making it great for training. It also isn't nearly as likely to break if you crash it.

Parrot Bebop Drone

Parrot Bebop Drone

A big product category shown at CES 2015 was drones and quadcopters, and one of the most exciting of these was the new Parrot Bebop drone. This is the same company that made the popular AR Drone, which was first revealed in 2010. Like the other Parrot drones, Bebop creates its own Wi-Fi hotspot and is controlled with an app on your mobile device.

OnePlus One

OnePlus One

OnePlus One is our smartphone pick of 2014. This is an inexpensive "flagship killer" Android phone, but it's only available for those who can get an invite. You can get invites from friends, or you can request an invite at the OnePlus One website. Once you get an invite, the phone starts at $299 contract-free and unlocked.

Amazon Fire TV Stick

Amazon Fire TV Stick

The Fire TV Stick from Amazon is a smaller and less expensive version of the full Fire TV. It's a self-contained stick that plugs into one of the HDMI ports on your HDTV, and lets you watch or listen to content from Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, Showtime, Crackle, ESPN, Spotify, Pandora, iHeartRadio, Vevo, and many more. And if you're an Amazon Prime member, you'll also be able to stream movies and TV shows from its Prime Instant Video service.

Motorola Droid Turbo

Motorola Droid Turbo

The Verizon Droid Turbo from Motorola is a smartphone with powerful specs and boasts longer battery life than most other phones on the market. To accommodate that bigger batter, it is heavier and thicker as well. Motorola claims it can get up to 48 hours of battery life with its 3900 mAh under mixed usage. The Turbo supports Turbo charging as well, and can get 8 additional hours worth of power with just 15 minutes of charging.

Google Nexus 6

Google Nexus 6

Nexus 6 is the latest 'pure Android' smartphone from Google. Nexus devices are known for not having any additional carrier or manufacturer bloatware installed. Because of this, they are first in line to get the latest Android updates when Google releases them. The Nexus 6 is the first smartphone to ship with Android 5.0 Lollipop.

PonoPlayer

PonoPlayer

Pono is a music download service and portable digital music player that's focused on high-resolution music. This was developed by Neil Young, who wanted people to hear songs "as they first sound during studio recording sessions" as opposed to "the compessed audio inferiority that MP3s offer."

Nikon D3300

Nikon D3300

The Nikon D3300 is a great entry level DSLR in a compact body. It features a 24.2 megapixel CMOS DX-format sensor with a new EXPEED 4 image-processing engine. It can also capture fast action with 5-fps continuous shooting, and can shoot video in 1080/60p.

DPReview says this is a great camera for the beginner looking for a DSLR experience, and may want to have more control over shooting settings. Read the full review at DPReview.com