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    Verizon GizmoTab Review

    One of the many challenges you face as a parent is how to introduce technology to your child safely. You want to balance the time spent playing games versus learning, and you definitely want them to be kept safe from dangers on the internet. There have been many devices that have attempted to do this […]

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    8 Web Sites That Will Help You Survive the Recession

    Indeed – There are so many job classifieds web sites out there, who has the time to sift through all of them daily? Not only does Indeed let you search through popular job posting sites, it also offers free daily alerts based on your keyword and location. So every time a job posting for an […]

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    i2i Stream Review

    Now and again you may feel the need to share a great song that is playing on your iPod or MP3 player with a friend. Do you hook your player to a computer? What to do? – What to do? Well the AERIELLE i2i Stream may come in handy then. This little device will let […]

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    Coveroo Your BlackBerry with a Custom Engraved Back Cover

    If you want to get your cellphone or iPod laser engraved, it’s a commitment. It’s almost like getting a tattoo for your skin – once it’s done you can’t undo it or turn your skin back to what it once was. The same holds true with laser engraving a gadget. Not to mention, it’s likely […]

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    Castelli Cycling Apparel Keeps You Warm All Over With NASA Fabrics

    As technology and fashion continue to walk down the runway together, it was only a matter of time before fabrics were made of something else other than cotton. “Drawing on the immutable Laws of Thermo-dynamics, Castelli clothing designers have developed a ground-breaking fabric technology that takes advantage of the way the body creates, saves and […]

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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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    i-Dog Dance Unboxed and Doing the Twist

    There is a new i-Dog in town and he is bigger and badder than his older canine siblings. The new i-Dog Dance sports some new moves including the ability to stand on his hind legs when dancing. Out of the box he comes trained to obey eight commands, including “stay”, “stand” and “dance!” Give him […]

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    Atomic Bass by Radius Earphones Review

    After testing the beats by dr. dre last week, it was pretty much settled that there would be nothing else that could compare, it basically accomplished everything you could want out of an expensive pair of headphones. However when was I was asked to review Atomic Bass from Radius, I was taken by the fact […]

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    Samsung’s Fall Digital Camera, and Camcorder and Printer Preview

    Samsung has a bunch of digicam and camcorders set for release this September, all of which are looking to be feature rich and affordably priced. Amongst them is the TL34HD. The TL34HD sports an amazing 14.7 megapixels inside a surprisingly small body. Samsung has scrapped the traditional button based user interface and replaced it with […]

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    Ugobe Pleo Review

    When the Pleo was released back in December of 07′ I was curious to see if this robotic dinosaur lived up to all the hype. Was is it truly intuitive with humans and could it somehow become another member of your family? While originally marketed with kids in mind, Pleo became the pet for adults […]

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    Oakley Split THUMP MP3 Sunglasses Review

    The Split THUMP from Oakley is another addition to the Oakley THUMP family of sunglasses with built-in MP3 Players. I for one was never a fan of the original THUMP. I felt they were extremely masculine looking and certainly would not be considered very attractive on any woman. The Split THUMP however is a more […]

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    Toshiba Gigabeat T-Series Review

    Previously we’ve talked about how Samsung wants to be a iPod shuffle and iPod Touch killer, well now Toshiba has entered the ring to take on the 3rd generation Nano. We have to say that they certainly know how to put up a good fight. At first glance we weren’t sure how the Toshiba Gigabeat […]

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    CES 2008: iRobot Talks About the Secret to Making Women Happy

    Pretty much everyone is familiar with the Roomba, the intelligent vacuum cleaner that does all of the work for you. We can’t say that we’ve ever been very interested in Robotics in the past, but that is because we’ve been skeptical about whether or not the performance is really there yet. Yesterday, we got to […]

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    Stamp Your Face on a Dancing Elf and Send it to Your Friends

    Forget traditional holiday greeting cards, even the e-greetings cards can be dull. Instead head over to ElfYourself.com and create a very personal and humorous greeting using your face. Upload your picture to ElfYourself and the site will attach your face to an image of a dancing elf. You can create up to four different dancing […]

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    Philips Skype Web Cam Review

    It’s amazing how the web cam and the technology behind it has evolved over the years; from being a device that produced mediocre video at best to its present day incarnation of delivering crystal clear video and breath taking crisp pictures. It is safe to say, that web cams are very much at the forefront […]