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    V-Moda Teases 2012 Line-Up and LP Crossfade Custom Headphones

    You see those mack-daddy headphones above?! Those could be yours too from V-Moda. The company is offering free customization with every pair of LP Crossfade Custom’s you buy on-line. V-Moda is just one of many companies that are adding some glitz to their headphones. Monster, Beats by Dr. Dre, Fanny Wang, etc… the list is […]

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    Design Your Own Eyewear Lets You Create Your Own Shades

    Picking out a pair of glasses is no easy feat, but with DesignYourOwnEyewear, you can upload a photo of yourself and then create a custom pair of glasses. The glasses can be customized with a custom lens opening, bridges, horns, in a variety of solid and design colors and complimentary lens shades. As you’re designing […]

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    Hands on with Resident Evil 5

    We got a chance to spend a little time yesterday with the latest installment of Resident Evil 5 from Capcom. Many will assume its the same thing all over again. Just another polished up release that features better graphics and more zombies to kill. However you would be wrong. Yes the basics are all there, […]

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    iFrogz Custom Headphones Review

    The market has been flooded recently with an abundance of headphones and earphones. So what can a company do to make them stand out from the rest and be desirable to the consumer? iFrogz came up with an ingenious idea to offer customization for your headphones as well as a reasonable price. Design: In the […]

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    CES 2009: Slacker Now Available for Blackberry

    Will make this one short and sweet, since the title is pretty descriptive. Just in time for CES, Slacker has announced their new Blackberry App. The Slacker Mobile app brings the popular music serve to your favorite smartphone as long as your running Blackberry’s OS 4.3 or up. Slacker station caching, an exclusive feature for […]

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    Nevoma iPod AthleticBands Review

    Nevoma AthleticBands are meant for those who love to get in shape while doing bench presses to their favorite tunes. We see these kind of accessories all over, especially in the summer/spring on joggers, bicyclists, or power walkers. If you have an iPod and are somewhat athletic, chances are you have an armband for it. […]

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    Best and Worst Hosting Providers for WordPress

    You might say that we’ve been around the block here with web hosting providers. Way back when we moved Chip Chick to WordPress we first started out with a small hosting company, which we very quickly outgrew. From there we moved to HostGator to one of their reseller hosting plans, which we quickly outgrew as […]

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    Rock Band 2 for Xbox 360 Review

    So last year around this time we had the chance of a lifetime to review Rock Band. When we completed the review all we could say was WOW! It had everything you would want and more from a rhythm game. It opened up the genre to something new and exciting and took it places that […]

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    Adobe Unveils Creative Suite 4

    It feels like just yesterday that Adobe announced Creative Suite 3, but low and behold they’ve just announced CS4. Here is a list of some of highlights of the new products. New Features: A simplified workflow in Adobe Creative Suite 4 allows users to design across media more efficiently by making it easier to complete […]

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    Seagate FreeAgent Go Review (2008 Edition)

    The new Seagate FreeAgent Go sports a slick new brushed metal design that is both slim and lightweight, weighing in at just 5.6 ounces. The device itself measures 0.49″ in H x 3.15″ in W x 5.12″ in Length. It’s lightweight and small enough so that you wont mind carrying it around with you, yet […]

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    JayBird JB-200 Bluetooth Stereo Headset Review

    Ironically, Bluetooth has been around for nearly 15 years; However, for most of this time, this technology was dormant. Thus, leading some experts in the technology field wondering whether Bluetooth would become what BETA players and its technology had become with the advent of VHS technology during the 1980’s —- Extinct (VHS had won out […]

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    SpaceNavigator for Notebooks Review

    It is a pretty well known fact that the typical optical mouse can be a trying to work with in 3D environments. You just don’t have that much flexibility to rotate items or pan smoothly. Especially when it comes to being on the road and you only have your dedicated laptop trackpad, it can be […]

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    Maxtor Shared Storage II Networked Hard Drive Review

    I guess it comes along with the territory that I have lots of computers. So when you have that many you tend to save documents and images separately on all of them. Which makes it very frustrating when you are trying to work with a document and it’s on another computer. It’s a terrible unorganized […]

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    Hands on with Samsung’s P2 Portable Media Payer

    This afternoon Samsung held a press conference in honor of the new Samsung P2 portable media player. Available in several colors including white, black and maroon, the new P2 sports a touch sensitive interface which is definately on the way to becoming a new standard. At the conference, Samsung acknowledged the fact that they might […]