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The Dell XPS 13 Touch Should Be Your Next Laptop

Dude, you’re getting a Dell!

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How Necessary Is a Wireless Keyboard for Your Mobile Device?

Just over a year ago I wrote about how I wanted to buy a Surface Pro 2 because of how well it fit into my night job as an entertainment journalist. And while it was very useful – so much so that it became my primary machine – there have been several times that I […]

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5 Headsets I Hope Don’t Go Out of Business

The Google Glass Explorer Program is officially over. Here are the headsets I hope don’t follow suit.

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CES 2015: Sony’s Walkman ZX2 Proves There’s Still a Market for High-End Audio

With a hefty price tag over one thousand dollars, the new Walkman is for serious audiophiles only. But is it worth the money?

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CES 2015 Highlight – WattUp Takes Wireless Charging to New Levels

View image | I’m sure many of our Newegg friends and family are keeping up with the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week. We are seeing tons of great technology roll out from well-known manufacturers and brand new start-ups alike. Wearable tech, home automation, audio and video systems, robotics – not to […]

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All I Want for Christmas are Great Deals

You have 72 hours to spoil yourself.

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Ethics and Etiquette Regarding Children and Social Media

Is there any harm in posting endless photos and videos of my kid on social media sites?

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Top 10 Techmas Deals

There’s only 12 shopping days left and this is what you should buy if you want to save some money.

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The Pros and Cons of Google Glass

Google Glass is supposed to make your life easier, but it could also be risky. So should you still buy a pair?

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Wash It, Stretch it, Even Shoot It – Wearable Tech Just Got a Lot More Wearable

Scientists have yet to be the targets of TMZ cameras for their avant-garde fashion statements. Nevertheless, in the world of technology, new “Fabric Circuit Boards” may become all the rage. Most digital devices made today use PCBs – printed circuit boards – while wearable technology is yet limited to smartwatches and Google Glass. However, researchers […]

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