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    Understanding Microsoft Office 365: A Brief Tour

    Thank you to Microsoft Office 365 for sponsoring this article. Learn more about how Microsoft Office 365 can improve productivity for your team at: Microsoft Office 365. I’d say we’re in the middle of a massive transition in the business world, but that seems too narrow in scope. The entire world is being transformed through […]

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    Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 Review

    Microsoft has just released their latest installment of Microsoft Office for Mac. We, at Chip Chick, couldn’t be more satisfied with it. It’s a huge improvement from its predecessor Office 2008 for Mac. Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint have all seen great advancements in features, performance, usability, and compatibility. Microsoft Outlook is a brand new […]

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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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    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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    Vivienne Tam’s Fall 2009 Collection Preview – Updated

    We might not be a fashion blog, but we enjoyed attending Vivienne Tam’s (Fashion Week) Fall 2009 Collection Preview tonight in New York. So what was Chip Chick doing at a fashion show you ask? HP brought together a group of women bloggers (and some guys too!) to come and experience Vivienne’s signature style in […]

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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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    Tec Touch iPod Gloves Keep Your Hands Toasty When Using Gadgets

    180S’s Tec Touch gloves aren’t the first iPod gloves we’ve ever come across. You might even remember TavoProduct’s iPod (and iPhone) compatible gloves from a while back. However the Tec Touch gloves seem like they are significantly warmer then TavoProducts pair. Tec Touch are designed with gel pads that have been placed on the forefinger […]

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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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    Livewire FastTrac Ultra Thin GPS is Smaller than the iPhone

    The Livewire FastTrac: Ultra-Thin GPS tracking with 1, 5, or 10 second updates is the thinnest GPS tracking system on the market. Even smaller than the iPhone! The web-based tracking system requires no software to be installed and gives real time GPS nationwide coverage. Zoom in on the map for the exact street location accurate […]

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    Rock Band 2 for Xbox 360 Review

    So last year around this time we had the chance of a lifetime to review Rock Band. When we completed the review all we could say was WOW! It had everything you would want and more from a rhythm game. It opened up the genre to something new and exciting and took it places that […]

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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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    SoulCalibur IV X-Box 360 Review

    After a very Disappointing SoulCalibur III, I was under the assumption that the new installment, SoulCalibur IV wasn’t going to be much better. Then one day after flipping though a gaming magazine oh about 6 months ago, there it was, Yoda on the cover. That is all SoulCalibur needed to get my attention once again. […]

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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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    TuneBase FM Transmitter for iPhone & iPod Review

    Despite the fact that the iPhone has been out for almost a year now, FM transmitters designed for the iPhone have been slow to arrive on the market, though there have been a few non-approved ones that unofficially work with the iPhone. Belkin’s new TuneBase FM is one of the first FM transmitters to be […]

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    How to Really Fix Your Overheating Macbook Air

    I was taken with the Macbook Air from the moment Steve brought it out on stage. But after I finally brought it home from the Apple Store my love affair ended really quickly. I was experiencing system hiccups, freezing and overheating. I couldn’t watch a YouTube video or work on a Word document without the […]

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    Seagate FreeAgent Go Drive Review

    A part of Seagate’s new line of stylish external hard drives, the FreeAgent Go is designed to be portable and small enough to travel comfortably with while still managing to pack in lots of gigabytes for storage. The design aesthetic of the FreeAgent Go is slick, and pretty different than most other hard drives. It […]

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    Belkin Network USB Hub Review

    When we were first introduced to the Belkin Network USB Hub, the Belkin representative declared that the installation process was just 5 minutes. Call me skeptical, but I figured that was just a gimmick and that it was unlikely to take just 5 minutes to set up networking device that could be used with a […]