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    Huawei Mate 8 Review

    Huawei has made a huge push into the premium smartphone market in recent years, with the Mate S going a long way toward helping the company shed their budget image. But, last year, their in-house chipsets still weren’t matching up with the high prices of their best devices, preventing them from being good value choices […]

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    Lumiwave Review: Heal Faster With the Help of Infrared Light

    If only we all had the healing powers of toddlers! Lumiwave is a first-ever affordable infrared light therapy device being sold directly to consumers. This kind of tech was formerly only seen in very expensive machines in high-end athletic physical therapy and pain clinics. We got to try it out and were very impressed with […]

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    Moto 360 Sport Review

    The 2nd generation Moto 360 is currently one of our favorite smartwatches — so much so that even the iPhone users around here prefer it to the Apple Watch. But, the Moto 360 isn’t the only smartwatch Motorola has out on the market. The Moto 360 Sport is more than just a stock smartwatch with […]

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    Withings Activité Steel Review

    With their Activité line of fitness trackers, Withings has taken a very different sort of approach toward wrist-worn wearables. Rather than rely on LCD or e paper displays, Withings has instead built regular, stylish analog watches first, adding light fitness tracker functionality on top of that. The result is, in theory, ideal for anyone concerned […]

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    2017 Hyundai Elantra First Impressions

    Nominally Hyundai’s compact sedan, the Elantra is actually large enough to be considered a midsize. Doesn’t look like that has much impact on price, though — among compact competitors, the 2017 Elantra is one of the cheapest options on the market. It keeps saving you money after you start driving, too, with a focus on […]

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    2016 Mitsubishi Outlander Review

    When it’s time to dive into CES every year, there are some things we come to expect and accept. One of those things is CES traffic, which takes normally bad traffic on and near the Las Vegas Strip and mutates it into something that (might) even make Los Angeles wince. What we’re saying is, if […]

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    The Finest Hours IMAX Review: Ocean Overshadows Big Name Actors

    Disney’s latest, The Finest Hours, tells the real-life story of the 1952 Coast Guard rescue of World War II-era tanker, SS Pendleton.  Drawing up memories of Wolfgang Petersen’s The Perfect Storm, The Finest Hours does little in the way of actually embodying the other seafaring drama.  Although the actors made failed attempts to muster believable performances, […]

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    SanDisk Ultra II Internal SSD Review

    While new processors and graphics cards get most of the attention in the world of computer components, memory — both storage and RAM — can be what makes or breaks a computer’s performance, especially for older machines. Current and even years-old CPUs and GPUs are often much more powerful than necessary for the average user, […]

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    Nerd Block Dec 2015 Review and Coupon Code

    Star Wars was on everybody’s mind in December, and rightfully so since the long-awaited sequel ended up being a smash hit. Fortunately, December’s Nerd Block was all about the Star Wars, with a little bit of Star Trek thrown in for good measure for the trekkies out there who might feel neglected. Here’s what we found in […]

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    Powered Geek Box December 2015 – Review and Coupon Code

    It’s a shame that this Powered Geek Box fell through the cracks for us, because it was a great one. With that said, Powered Geek Box closed the year with another fun themeless box. Back in December, Star Wars: The Force Awakens was released so it was only fair to find some Star Wars loot in the […]

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    Try the World – Thailand Box Review + 30% Off Coupon Code

    Try the World is a subscription box for foodies that promises to take you on a taste journey across the world. This month we were taken to the ever friendly, fun loving, exotic, cultured and south East Asian country of Thailand for a fun and fresh foodie journey. Here’s a list of the yummy goodies that we found […]

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    Huawei Watch Review

    The Huawei Watch was part of a huge push from Android smartphone manufacturers in 2015 to refine the Android-friendly smartwatch. Unlike many other watches from the past year, which were second generation efforts, the Huawei Watch is Huawei’s first smartwatch. Like similar devices from Asus, LG, and many others, the Huawei Watch runs on Android […]

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    Urban Armor Gear iPad Pro Case Review

    The iPad Pro is stunning — it would be a shame to drop it and break that beautiful screen! You’ll most certainly need a good case to protect it, and one of the early options on the market is this iPad Pro case from Urban Armor Gear. At first glance, it is clear that this case […]

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    Speck Candy Shell Clear for iPhone 6/6s Review

    Would you like to protect your beautiful new iPhone without covering up all that machined aluminum with a case? The new Candy Shell Clear case from Speck will do just that while giving your phone the same great protection we’ve come to expect from Speck. The Candy Shell Clear case offers serious protection, and it’s […]

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    Lunatik AQUATIK Case for iPhone 6/6s Review

    If you want to stay connected at the beach or in the mountains — or you just want to use your phone in the rain — you will need a case that offers great protection. Recently, we reviewed the TAKTIK 360 from Lunatik. That was a great case, but it might be more than you need, […]