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#CESLive: Power to Go with Wagan

Ever take a road trip and have your iPhone or iPad die on you, or worse, die on one of your (suddenly undistracted) kids? It can be awful. And even if you've got a USB interface in your car's dashboard, chances are it's low-voltage.

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Apple's power adapter take back extends beyond U.S and China

The Apple 3rd-party power adapter take back scheme, launched following electrocution reports, will be extending to customers beyond the initially supported U.S. and China. The program will allow anyone to take back a non-Apple USB power adapter and purchase a genuine one at a discounted price of $10.

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Apple offers iOS device power adapter takeback program following electrocution reports

Apple announced late Monday its USB Power Adapter Takeback Program. The program begins Friday, August 16th and will allow iOS device owners with third-party power adapters to exchange them for an authentic Apple adapter for $10.

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Chris Vitek's most used iPhone and iPad accessories of 2011

I generally don’t accessorize my iPhone or iPad too much – I usually find one option that works, and stick with it for the long haul (or at least until I upgrade the device). What I get usually focuses on the essentials – protections, storage, charging, etc. So here is the list of accessories from 2011:

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