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    Here’s What’s New on Netflix in July

    Well, they can’t all be winners. Aside from the refreshingly early appearance of Rogue One thanks to a deal with Disney, July is a bit of a lean month for new Netflix. That’s a problem, because I just got back to my hometown today and stepped outside, and then I immediately stepped inside where it didn’t […]

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    5 Tips to Stream NFL Games Without Cable This Season

    The NFL is the most popular sport in the United States. All throughout the country, people block off entire Sundays in order to watch football all day long. There’s no reason you should be missing out, even if the best way for you to watch the games is by streaming. In fact, in 2017 it’s easier than […]

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    Our 10 Favorite Games of E3 2017

    While the Xbox One X impressed with raw power last week, we all know hardware doesn’t mean anything without games. That’s what E3 is really all about, and while this year’s show was perhaps a little light on surprises and big reveals compared to years past, there was still plenty to get excited about. Here’s […]

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    23 Titanic Tech Fails of the 21st Century

    They can’t all be winners. The last 17 years have seen the technology industry crash and rise, and while we’ve got a few mega-success stories to show for it, most of what we’ve seen has ended up on the cutting room floor of history. Then, there are the slip-ups so extraordinary that they do make […]

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    Microsoft Surface Laptop Review

    Microsoft has been killing it lately, but many of their great recent hardware announcements have been geared towards the prosumer. That’s why we were so excited to test the Surface Laptop, which is designed with students in mind. But after spending nearly a week with it, we can testify to the fact that more than […]

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    Best of Computex 2017

    Computex 2017 is winding down today, and after a week of massive processors and slim laptops, we’re ready to look back and pick our winners. That gets harder every year — Computex is on the upswing, with more and more exhibitors showing up to show off their goods. Even Dell, long absent from the halls of […]

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    Here’s What We’re Looking Forward to at Computex 2017

    Computex, one of the world’s biggest tech trade shows, just kicked off in Taipei, Taiwan. Over the years, Computex has been a big forum for raw power — we’ve seen Intel often unveil their latest generation of processors here, and just last year both Nvidia and AMD announced big leaps forward in their GPUs. It’s big […]

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    Here’s What’s New on Netflix in June

    Summer’s coming, and while that means the network shows are all taking naps, Netflix is staying wide awake. Season five of Orange is the New Black is finally (and officially) here, and for the television averse, the rest of our favorite superhero shows that didn’t make it to Netflix in May are arriving in June. Here’s […]

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    Top 5 Pieces of Equipment for Cord Cutters in 2017

    As cord cutting becomes more and more popular, it’s worth it to point out that there’s no right way to cut the cord. Some will do it slowly by cutting down their cable package until it’s all streaming. Others just cut the cord and jump into streaming head first. No matter how you end up […]

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    Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ Review: Masterful

    For several years now, Samsung’s been dominating the world of smartphones. Multi-billion dollar marketing campaigns have made the company wildly successful with the general public, but us tech journalists haven’t always been impressed with Samsung’s handsets. While we universally praised the Galaxy S II for raising the bar, we generally found the S III and […]

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    BlackBerry KEYOne Review

    We’d say that BlackBerry is back, but the truth is they never left. The one-time smartphone king has been on the ropes for years now, but it hasn’t been for lack of trying. The Z30 of 2014 featured compatibility with Android apps, the Priv of 2015 switched to Android and brought back the physical keyboard in […]

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    10 Rock Stars Who Love to Nerd Out

    Just as there are endless subcategories of music, there are many classifications of nerds and geeks (let’s not even get started on the distinction between those two!). Then there is the rare intersection of nerd and musician! After all music is math, and who is more qualified to construct complex chords and harmonies than the […]

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    Everything New Coming to Netflix in May

    Things are about to get political in one of the last socially acceptable ways left. House of Cards is coming back this month, headlining a month filled with superheroes (which Frank and Claire Underwood clearly are). It’s a good month if Netflix has replaced TV altogether for you. House of Cards – May 30 No secret that […]

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    LG G6 Review: Insanely Great

    LG has a problem. Despite some great products, it continues to play second fiddle to fellow Korean giant Samsung. This is particularly true with phones. Last year’s G5 wasn’t a bad flagship, but LG’s modular approach made too many compromises in areas that really mattered, like materials and build quality. The result was a gimmicky […]

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    Here Are the 17 Upcoming Live-Action Disney Film Remakes and Spin-offs

    Have you ever gotten into arguments over who would be perfectly cast for every Disney princess? If you have, you’re probably going to be validated or disappointed sometime in the near future. With Maleficent, Cinderella, The Jungle Book, the two Alice in Wonderland movies, and now Beauty and the Beast in the books, Disney’s only getting started. With all of those […]