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    Here’s a Way to Get In-Flight WiFi for Just $10 a Month

    Anyone who finds themselves in airplanes a lot has blanched more than a few times at the astronomical prices charged for in-flight Wi-Fi — for something that, understandably, doesn’t always have a stable connection. Getting connected in the air is getting a little more reasonable this week, with wireless carrier US Mobile introducing a $10 Wi-Fi […]

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    Plume Brings Wi-Fi Optimization to the Home

    The hottest new problem the tech industry is trying to fix doesn’t sound interesting, but it can make using the internet at home a much more pleasant experience. The problem? Routers! Routers can only route so much data so fast, and thanks to the proliferation of laptops, desktops, tablets, phones, and now smart home devices, […]

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    SanDisk Wireless Flash Drive and Wireless Media Drive Review

    The SanDisk Wireless Flash Drive and Wireless Media Drive are nearly the same device, save for a few differences. The point is the same for both, anyway – pocket-sized storage devices with built-in Wi-Fi that can stream content to multiple devices simultaneously, while making it easy to transfer files from one device to another. In […]

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    Buffalo 802.11ac AirStation Router and Bridge Review

    It’s here! The next generation of Wi-Fi. Wireless 802.11ac is the next wireless standard to succeed the latest 802.11n standard. This next generation wireless is substantially faster than all of the previous Wi-Fi standards, delivering speeds 3X faster than 802.11n. We’re talking “gigabit” wireless speeds, similar to a wired connection. Buffalo Technology is one of […]

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    Sony Bloggie Live HD Camera Review

    At CES last month, many manufacturers announced new affordable cameras that come with built-in Wi-Fi. Cameras with built-in Wi-Fi have been around for a while now, but until now they have been traditionally pricey. In the midst of all of these budget Wi-Fi camera announcements, Sony announced the MHS-TS55/S Bloggie Live HD Camera. The Bloggie […]

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    Samsung DV300F is First DualView Camera with Wi-Fi

    Samsung loves its DualView display cameras, so much so that they have introduced the yet another Dual-View camera to the series – the DV300F. The DV300F sports a 1.5” front facing LCD screen along with the traditional rear-facing LCD. But what is especially unique for this new camera is that the DV300F is also a […]

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    New York City Parks Get Free Wi-Fi, Again

    Mayor Bloomberg and AT&T chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson are launching free Wi-Fi in service at 26 park locations across the five boroughs. Three parks are already up and running with AT&T Wi-Fi, and those parks include Battery Bosque in Battery Park, the north-end playground in Joyce Kilmer Park and around the recreation center at […]

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    Barnes & Noble Nook Color Review

    We’ve been impatiently waiting for a serious color e-reader for a long, long time. Monochrome e-readers have been out for a while now, and a few color e-readers have even popped up recently, but none of these recent color e-readers have had enough polish to really be desirable. When Barnes & Noble announced the Nook […]

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    Aluratek Internet Radio Review

    Amid the vast amounts of internet radios & MP3 speakers, there is the Aluratek AIRMM02F Internet Radio with its built-in alarm clock, and built-in wifi. This product certainly falls into the lower echelon in compared to what many other alarm clock combos offer. It has a nice slim appearance, and a pretty decent sound quality.

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    Hands on with Puppy Tweets, Mattel’s Twitter Dog Collar

    Puppy Tweets a new “toy” from Mattel that is about to transform Twitter as we know it. The device attaches to your dog’s collar and monitor’s his physical activity throughout the day. Each time it detects new activity, or on the otherhand – it detects laziness, the device will send out a tweet from your […]

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    Sungale Redesigns Kula Wi-Fi TV Just Weeks After Unveiling

    Just a few weeks ago at CES, the portable Kula TV was unveiled. Many couldn’t help but compare it to FLO TV’s portable television that we recently reviewed. But in all honesty, the design that Sungale showed off at CES wasn’t all that hot. Their new black design on the other hand, is much slicker […]

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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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    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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    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 […]