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    Heartbeats by Lady Gaga Launches in New York

    Today in New York, Monster officially launched the Heartbeats by Lady Gaga and like with everything Gaga – there was mass hysteria. As her song Paparazzi played in the background at the New York Palace Hotel – Noel Lee, Dr Dre, and Jimmy Iovine all welcomed their newest collaborator on to the stage. But Lady […]

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    Lacie’s iamaKey Review

    Last week we posted about Lacie’s new USB keys that actually look like keys and now we’ve finally got to get a hands- on one of them – the iamaKey, that resembles an ordinary key. It’s a wonder that it has taken so long for someone to come up with this concept – after all, […]

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    Pantech C820 Matrix Pro Review

    The new Pantech C820 Matrix Pro is an update to Pantech’s Matrix Duo, a Windows Mobile smartphone that sports both a numeric and QWERTY keypad. For those looking for a Windows Mobile device that packs in just about everything – the Pantech Matrix Pro C820 runs on AT&T’s speedy 3G network, it sports GPS, a […]

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    Seagate FreeAgent Theater HD Media Player Review

    The FreeAgent Theater HD Media Player is a pretty unique product, and in some ways it’s the first of its kind. There are an assortment of multimedia hard drives out there that are designed to carry multimedia content like videos and music from your computer that will play on to your TV. However, with these […]

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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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    7 Greener Gadgets and Services For Saving the Environment

    This week is officially the Greenest week of the year for us. On Wednesday we headed over to the Greener Products Expo to scope out the latest tech to help you keep stay environmentally aware. And today, there is the Greener Gadgets Conference in New York, and to kick it all off we’re giving away […]

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    Comic-Con ’09 – Great Costumes, Cool Software, No Gadgets

    We headed over to this weekend’s Comic-Con ’09 at the Javitz Center in New York, in search of some gadgetry. Unfortunately we were rather disappointed by the gadget turn out, granted it is a convention centered on Comics, Manga and other geeky stuff – But we figured we’d find something tech-worthy. Regardless, we can’t help […]

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    Sanyo Unleashes Affordable Xacti Feature Rich HD Camcorders

    Today Sanyo unveiled a whole slew of new Xacti HD camcorders, all of which are priced very competitively and are sporting a well rounded feature set. Some of the new Xacti cameras are surprisingly sporting a more traditional horizontal camcorder form factor, which is a deviation from the Xacti’s previous vertical models. However some of […]

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    CES 2009: Kodak’s 2 New Cameras- Z980 & Zx1 Impress

    Featuring a wealth of power and versatility, the Kodak Z980 Digital Camera offers a 26 mm wide angle, professional quality, 24X image stabilized optical zoom lens, a vertical shutter release and a hot shoe (my foot is just fine, thanks for noticing), all at an decent price. The Z980 enables serious photographers to easily handle […]

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    CES 2009: JVC Micro Audio System Line

    JVC announced the release of three new micro audio systems with intriguing features.  The UX-GN6 model features a motion sensor and laser touch operation panel, a touch-sensitive illuminated control strip. With Jedi like swagger you can wave your hand in front of the system, waking it up to feel the power of the force. The […]

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    CES 2009: Casio Unveils EX-FS1 Ultra Slim High Speed Camera and More

    Last year at CES Casio unveiled the EX-F1, the world’s first 60fps high speed camera aimed towards consumers. Then in late ’08 they released the EX-FH20, another high speed camera aimed at consumers but with an even smaller body and 40fps shooting abilities. Today they announced that the EX-FS1 which is the world’s first super […]

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    Samsung SL310W Digital Camera Review

    Using a compact digital camera is a rarity to me these days.  I can usually be found lugging around my Nikon D90 since it has all the high-end features I need for taking professional shots. The only time I would probably even think of taking my compact camera anywhere, would be to sneak it into […]

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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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    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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    Z Corp Brings your Rock Band Characters to Life with 3D Printers

    I’m not one to get excited about printers unless they are super sleek and actually do something different than the scads of other printers out there. Well Z Corp is making printers that don’t do the same old thing as its counterparts but instead they actually print 3D models of images that are scanned into […]

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    Shame on you PC.com for Celebrity Techover

    PC.com is a new web site aimed at helping ordinary folks learn about computers. Sounds good so far, right? They also have a bunch of online video shows. The most distasteful of which is – Celebrity Techover where already wealthy celebrities get expensive technology makeovers. For example – poor Josh Duhamel doesn’t have the home […]

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    GE DECT 6.0 PhotoPhone Review

    Digital picture frames are so typical these days. No design is really out of the box and they basically do all the same things, the main differences between any of them would be switchable frame plates, larger internal memory, or the ability to also play MP3s. So it was nice to get a chance to […]

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    Hands on with the Casio High Speed Exilim EX-FH20

    We got an opportunity today to be hands on with the Casio EX-FH20. If you recall we wrote about the camera a few weeks ago, so we were excited as heck to be able to test what really is the sweet spot of this camera, the 40 FPS high speed continuous shooting. This model is […]

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    EA Line-up of Games for Wii just in Time for the Holidays

    If you crave – like I do, some really good Wii games, then you are in luck because thankfully EA is releasing a slew of Wii titles that will let us unlock the magic of that little white box again. Not only will they be fun but priced right as well, for economy worried consumers. […]