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    Pax 3 Vaporizer Review

    The Pax 3 is the latest version of the company’s sleek and portable vaporizer, this time as a dual-use vape. Dual-use vape? That’s right, it can now use herbal concentrates as well as dry herbs. The new vaporizer can also connect to the Pax Vapor app via Bluetooth, allowing for a customized vaping experience. How […]

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    Samsung Gear IconX Wireless Earbuds Review

    This is the year of the truly wireless earbuds — we’ve had Bluetooth in-ear headphones for a while, but never anything that cut even the cord between the two earpieces. We’ve seen these from Jabra, Earin, Apple, and a few others so far, but one of the first to hit the market was the Samsung Gear […]

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    Loot Crate September 2016 Review and Coupon

    Roaming into the fall with SPEED, September’s Loot Crate celebrates some of the most exciting ways to go really fast! From Vehicles to meta-human powers, there is something for everyone in this month’s box. So tie up your laces, fill up your tanks, and get ready to go: Exclusive The Flash Car Hood Ornament-Style Fig […]

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    2017 GMC Acadia Denali First Drive

    Geared towards busy families, the redesigned 2017 GMC Acadia Denali has arrived. As opposed to being just a minivan replacement, this mid-sized SUV crossover vehicle takes cues from traditional trucks, and that’s a good thing. The result is a family-oriented SUV that can handle just about everything you throw at it. GMC describes the exterior […]

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    Gears of War 4 Review (Xbox Play Anywhere)

    After a five-year layoff, the chainsaw-ripping Gears of War series is making a return to the Xbox, with a little side trip to the PC thanks to Xbox Play Anywhere. The third-person cover-based shooter jumps forward a little further in the in-game world, taking place 25 years after the end of Gears of War 3, when Marcus Fenix […]

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    Nextbit Robin Review

    At the beginning of the year, we saw an unexpected new competitor in the smartphone market. Nextbit was created by ex-Google employees Tom Moss and Mike Chan, who got funding from Google Ventures and a successful Kickstarter campaign for their debut smartphone, Robin. Despite all that Google expertise, this isn’t a phone that hews closely to […]

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    Earin True Wireless Earbuds Review

    There’s only a few companies right now giving new meaning to the term “wireless headphones”. Earin was announced in mid-2014 with a Kickstarter for “The Worlds Smallest Wireless Earbuds”. It’s been a year since the first deliveries went out and now Earin is selling an updated version on their site. We got ourselves a pair […]

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    Forza Horizon 3 Review (Xbox Play Anywhere)

    Have you ever watched a trailer for a game and wondered if the amazing graphics were a cut scene or actual gameplay? This is a question that you will not be asking yourself when you play Forza Horizon 3. The Forza Horizon series is an open-world offshoot of the Forza series, putting the spotlight on individual locations for […]

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    Huawei Nova Review – It’s the Mini Nexus 6P

    Announced alongside the larger Nova Plus at IFA 2016, the Huawei Nova bears an uncanny resemblance to the Nexus 6P. That shouldn’t come a much of a surprise considering Huawei actually manufactures the 6P for Google. With its similar diamond cut edges and aluminum body, the Nova is essentially a smaller version of the 6P […]

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    Mophie Wireless Juice Pack Bundle Review

    There is a secret all us iPhone die-hards rarely admit aloud. We are totally jealous of other brands’ wireless charging capabilities. We love our iPhones, but we are still slumming it with archaic charging chords that aren’t long enough. Worse still, the battery life leaves much to be desired. Well, if by the middle of the […]

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    LG V20 Review: Multimedia Powerhouse

    When LG launched the V10 last year we were pleasantly surprised. It wasn’t just a bigger version of the company’s impressive G4, but a phone with a uniquely rugged design, a secondary screen, dual selfie cameras, and advanced multimedia features. Things are different this year. LG arguably missed the mark with the G5, a fine […]

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    ReCore Review (Xbox Play Anywhere)

      ReCore is the first title to be released on Xbox Play Anywhere, Microsoft’s unified Xbox/Windows 10 platform. It’s set on a world called Far Eden, with the player controlling a character named Joule Adams and her initial Corebot companion, Mack. Without spoiling too much of the plot, Joule wakes up from her cryo-sleep trying […]

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    Huawei Honor 8 Review – Yet Another Great Mid-range Phone

    Huawei generally keeps their Huawei-branded phones out of the United States — no P9 or Mate phones for us. What we do get are their Nexus devices and the phones sold under their Honor brand. Huawei’s Honor phones tend to be priced as midrange devices, but generally feature aesthetically pleasing design and upper-tier smartphone camera tech. […]

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    Loot Crate August 2016 Review and Coupon Code

    August lets your ANTI-HERO out of the closet by celebrating heroes that aren’t quite as squeaky clean as let’s say Clark Kent. Here’s what we found in August’s box: Exclusive Harley Quinn Q-Fig by QMx – This figurine has been designed exclusively for looters, and Ms Quinn is rocking her classic suit for it. Exclusive Archer […]

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    Taking the 2017 Kia Cadenza for a Test Drive

    Kia’s larger-sized sedan, the Cadenza, has been revamped for 2017. Kia’s luxury sedan is one of its lesser known vehicles, but like with most of Kia’s models, it’s on the upswing. Kia’s done great jobs with their Sorento, Sportage, Optima, and Sedona, and that general level of quality is reflected in the redesigned Cadenza. This […]