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    San Diego is Investing $30 Million to Become a Smart City

    We’ve been talking a bit about 5G networks lately, especially about how 5G isn’t just about increased network speeds. The new bands being put in use will support the billions of new devices that need to be connected to data networks, particularly cars, drones, and smart home devices. But, to get things like self-driving cars […]

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    Rebecca Minkoff Has Come Out with the Ultimate iPhone Selfie Case

    Selfies have come a long way over the years — these days, we have phones dedicated to taking great selfies, whether it be through the use of a front flash or high-powered, kind of off-putting software features. iPhone users get a pretty solid front camera for their part, but the lighting situation could use some improvement. […]

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    GE 31591GE1 Digital Cordless Telephone for Skype Review

    There are many ways to take advantage of Skype and all it has to offer. You can run its software on your PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone, Android phone, etc. But some of us still enjoy having conversations the old fashioned way – with a landline handset. That is where the new GE 31591GE1 Digital Cordless […]

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    Bionic Commando XBox 360 Review

    Based on the original Bionic Commando from Nintendo, Capcom decided to bring it back and give it a whirl with updated graphics and game play. Well they should have left it alone. The story starts with Nathan Spencer, the Bionic Commando being brought back into action by the same force that imprisoned him after he […]

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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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    MEdiaCOre, the All in One PC Case that Looks like an End Table

    Tired of your PC case looking like an eyesore and wish it looked like something hip like the Mac.  How about a piece of furniture instead? Then you may fancy the MEdiaCOre, the first PC case that resembles an end table. This beautiful “end table” comes in cherry wood or oak with a glass top and can easily […]

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    Hands-on with FreeAgent Go and FreeAgent Desk Drives

    We got to take a look at Seagate’s new FreeAgent line-up in person today. Our impressions of all of the hard drives are that they are very slick. The FreeAgent Go Drive in particular is super slim and it also feels very lightweight. It’s a wonder that you can carry around 500GB in one of […]

  • Seagate’s New FreeAgent Hard Drives With Mac Aesthetics

    Seagate unleashed a slew of new hard drives today ranging from high capacity external drives for your desktop to super portable devices that will go well nicely with your Macbook Pro. We’ll get a hands-on with them on tuesday but in the meanwhile check out the specs on all of these new affordable hard drives, […]

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    Protruding Screaming Skull Cover Makes Your PS3 Frightening

    There are plenty of skins you can get for your PS3 if you want to make the device a bit more personable and possibly tacky.  And then there is the Screaming Skull Protective Mask Cover which on the other hand, really will add some attitude to your beloved gaming machine. The cover makes your PS3 […]

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    Cardo S-2 Bluetooth Stereo Headset Review

    I rarely use Bluetooth headsets, I don’t care for them really since they are always in one ear and tend to fall out of it regardless of the design.  However when I got a chance to review the Cardo S-2 Stereo Bluetooth Headset, I was more enticed by the fact it actually resembled a a […]

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    Casio Pathfinder PAW500T-7V Watch Review

    The Casio Pathfinder (PAW500T-7V), with it’s new twin sensor may seem like a watch only meant for rugged men. But it’s many outdoorsy features appeal to women as well. That’s why it was designed for both. The best part is we got a chance to review it and abuse it and see if it would […]

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    Sam Hecht’s Jetlag Travel Alarm Clock, Manuals Not Included

    For those who just want a simple alarm clock, then you may like Sam Hecht’s newest innovative design for Idea International in Japan. Sam Hecht; famous for his LaCie Little Disk hard drive has now designed something even better, the Jetlag Travel Alarm Clock. The clock was created because of Hecht’s frustration of setting an […]

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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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    Vivienne Tam and HP Team up for the Digital Clutch Fashion Laptop

    Fashion week is mostly known for its high end fashion and celebrity sightings. You never see anything remotely gadgety on the runway except for the disco balls or strobe lights for the shows. Well HP and Vivenne Tam decided to do something a bit out of the box and introduce the Vivienne Tam designed Digital […]

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    You’ve Been Left Behind, and So Have All the Fun People

    It seems religion has been in the forefront of the news lately, but when is it not?! While those debate the latest of V.P. Candidate Sarah Palin’s latest political quandry. Let us take notice of a site that seems to just be all about religion and the end of the world, but will be sure to […]

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    Snupped Designer Laptop Sleeve Review

    A few weeks ago we wrote about a Snupped a company that specialized in making trendy and funky designed laptop sleeves. Recently we were lucky enough to get a hands on experience with one of them. As we mentioned in the past Snupped has many sizes available to fit random screens. We got a chance […]

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    Rainebrooke Metro-Traveler Laptop Bag Review

    All laptop bags have their perks. Rainebrooke’s Metro-Traveler offers the unique option to personalize your laptop bag via embroidery, or basically however you like, since it is made out of 600D Nylon on the exterior. This makes it a great buy for the college and under demographic who needs to get clever pins and Sharpee […]