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    The Best of San Diego Comic-Con 2014

    The lines have all dispersed and the costumes have been neatly stored away for the next convention. San Diego Comic-Con 2014 has wrapped up, leaving show-goers with more merch and pop-culture news than anyone can handle. We could go on for weeks talking about James Spader, the original Christian Grey, calmly nailing Ultron at the […]

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    Inside HP Labs of Destruction!

    When Hewlett Packard invites a team of tech journalists out to Houston to look at their laboratories there are a few things you expect. Scientists with Christopher Lloyd’s demeanor and pristine lab coats for one, but once you get to HP’s behemoth campus in North Houston you realize that the HP labs are far bigger […]

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    3 Coming Soon Technologies from Intel That Will Blow You Away

    We recently learned that, hey, Intel doesn’t just do processors, after all. Sometimes, we get off-the-wall stuff  like a messenger with goofy animations—other times, we get some pretty incredible new technologies that could genuinely change the way you live in the near future. At the 2014 Intel Future Showcase in New York, Intel showed off […]

  • Quirky


    This is What Happened When We Called Quirky’s Least Important CEO

    Yes, Ben Kaufman actually picked up! Perhaps you’ve noticed Ben around town – he is the portly man who has recently been spotted rubbing the feet of Garthen Leslie, the inventor behind Quirky’s latest product offering – the Aros Smart Window Air Conditioner. But if you thought that commercial was odd, then you may have also noticed that Quirky has been […]

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    Is Crowdfunding for Felons the Next Hot Trend?

    Once Kickstarter got big, I suppose this was always going to be the next big thing. A platform where you can ask for a bunch of people to help you realize your idea for app-controlled motorized venetian blinds naturally leads to platforms where you can just ask people to give you money for, you know, […]

  • Summer 2014


    13 Must-Have Gear for Summer + Headphones Giveaway!

    It was a long, bitter, cold Winter and now that Summer 2014 has finally landed (Spring, we hardly knew you) it’s time to load up the car with some essential Summer gear. That means everything from headphones to hangover pills. We have 13 essentials items that will make your Summer 2014 memorable as well as […]

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    6 Ways to Get Geeked Out for the World Cup

    In honor of FIFA finally stepping into the 21st century and implementing goal line technology at this year’s World Cup (about four years too late for the English), we’re going to run down all the best ways to get geeked for soccer’s main event. Regardless of where you’re from or what kind of device you […]

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    Exclusive Interview: Noel Lee Talks Beats Acquisition and the Future of Monster

    Well it’s official. Apple has acquired Beats Music and Beats Electronics. With this new acquisition, Apple hopes to breathe some fresh blood into Cupertino while still creating innovative products and music services – all with new Apple employees Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre along for the ride. The final purchase price? $2.6 billion, with $400 […]

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    Does #YesAllWomen Matter?

    There are no shortage of important discussions that need to take place after the mass shooting in Santa Barbara last week. One of those discussions has been taking place on Twitter over the past week, with the growth of the #YesAllWomen hashtag.

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    Is the George Costanza Desk Becoming a Reality?

    Look, I know something called the International Contemporary Furniture Fair doesn’t sound especially exciting. You’d be wrong, though – we’ve seen some pretty interesting takes on the things that go under your computer come out of ICFF over the years, and this year’s fair figures to be no different. The Rochester Institute of Technology is […]

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    Is AT&T Getting into the Luggage Business?

    Every year AT&T shows off the technologies that they are developing and experimenting with. Many of these innovations offer glimpses of the near future. This year, we scoped out three super smart technologies that AT&T is working on, and fortunately, they aren’t too far away from becoming a reality. Smart Luggage Smart phone, smart home, well […]

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    Date a Geek: Iryna Zenyuk, U.S. Chess Champ

    We interview Iryna Zenyuk, one of the top US female chess players who is currently participating in the U.S. Women’s Chess Championship. Tell us a bit about yourself (Age, hometown, what you do for a living): I am originally from Ukraine but consider my hometown to be New York, where I finished high school and […]

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    8 Instant Gratification Apps That Should Satisfy Everyone’s Needs – Immediately

    Everything. Now. Want. You probably don’t even want to read this intro. Instant gratification apps. Below. Get them. ZocDoc This isn’t even instant gratification – it’s just flat-out important. Getting an appointment with your regular doctor takes forever (national average is three weeks). Calling around to a bunch of doctors is probably going to waste […]

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    Who Really Has the Fastest 4G Mobile Network? Help Us!

    For the fifth year running, PC Mag will take it upon themselves to ignore the advertisements and answer the question for good – who actually does have the fastest data network in the nation? You know the contestants by now – AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint – and you’ve certainly heard their claims to greatness. […]