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    SanDisk slotRadio Review

    The new SanDisk slotRadio is an unusual audio player. For just under $100 you get an MP3 player that comes bundled with a slotRadio microSD card that packs in 1000 songs. This player isn’t really an iPod competitor, it’s not about packing in the latest technology and features, but rather it’s all about value for […]

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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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    Newber App Offers a Second Line for your iPhone

    Newber is an all-in-one call management app for your phone. On many levels, it operates a lot like Grand Central – it lets you use one central number to give out to people, and that one number can forward to your cell phone, home line, or office phone, etc. This way you can be reached […]

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    E-Tracker I.D. Recovers Your Lost Gadgets and Rewards the Finders

    Albeit not the first company to offer a lost and found service for electronics, E-Tracker I.D. is a worthy service to consider, especially since it offers incentives for finders – which in turn makes it more likely that your gadget will be returned. Statistics report that 12,000 laptops are lost every week in the U.S.! […]

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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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    Epson Artisan 800 Printer Review

    I’m not one to find all-in-one printers very sexy. I have had a slew of them over my lifetime. Mostly HPs and more recently Canon which did do a good job of printing, scanning, and copying just fine – minus the few paper jams here and there and some network printing issues. The Epson Artisan 800 is […]

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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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    Isisdei Laptop Sleeves and Accessories Review

    Isisdei recently spoiled us by sending some of their newest laptop sleeves for us to review. Their sleeves are trendy and fashionable and will certainly make anyone look at the sleeve your laptop is in, rather than be curious about what’s in the sleeve. Just recently released is the “Gold Fish“, Paisley Sleeve, and “The […]

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    Smile, You Have a Tooth Tattoo

    I’m not crazy about tattoos. Yes I’m very well aware that they are fashion statement, a statement of rebellion, or just a reminder of that night you got drunk. But anyway you shape it, I’m not crazy about them – they are so, eh, permanent?. So it startled me to come across the desire for […]

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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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    OCD Now Available in the Color Pink

    Growing up I lived in a home with a mother who was OCD. So not only did I have to wash my hands 30 times a day before and after I did anything, regardless if it was dirty or not, I also wasn’t allowed to touch things in public with my bare hands. By the […]

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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 […]

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    BuiltNY Laptop Portfolio, Sleeve and Electronics Pocket Review

    Do you consider yourself fashionable but hip? If so, check out BuiltNY’s line of bags for laptops and other electronics. We got our hands on some of their bags including their Laptop Portfolio, Laptop Sleeve and their Electric Pockets. BuiltNY’s signature style includes a unique bone shape that shows up in both their sleeve and […]

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    Microscopic Sculptures by Artist Willard Wigan

    Good artwork always inspires awe in a viewer at the amount of talent that the artist had to posses to create that piece. Willard Wigan’s art inspires awe in us on an extremely tiny level. The British artist has sculpted micro-size forms using a tiny surgical blade to carve figures out of rice, fragments of […]

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    Girls’ Gadgets of the 1920’s and 30’s

    Lately some companies have been pushing out Digital Cameras geared towards women such as the recent Harajuku Lovers Digital Camera from HP. At first I thought that it was about time that companies had started taking notice of the females in the gadget universe. Little did I know that as far back as 1928 there […]