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April Fools: Toshiba Spectacle

It’s April Fool’s Day. It’s time for everybody to roll out the token fake news stories and rumors. But never mind these hacky, run-of-the-mill pranks. We’re only interested in the people who go all out. Some companyies really shine on April 1st. For example, check out Toshiba’s brand new product, the Spectacle: You have to […]

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Nintendo launches its next portable gaming console

Nintendo recently released its latest installment in the portable gaming market with the 3DS, which provides gamers the third-dimension without the need for special glasses. Nintendo managed to establish itself as a company synonymous with video games in the 1980s with the Nintendo Entertainment System. Although times have changed and Microsoft and Sony now hold a […]

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Blu-ray players do pretty much anything

Blu-ray players have come a long way since their inception. The great debate used to be about which format would be the dominate plaform: HD DVD or Blu-ray. Blu-ray emerged the clear victor in that battle. Now these players do not simply play movies, they provide access to more technology than ever before. You can […]

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Buying Guide: Always know where to go with GPS

For people constantly traveling in their car, the most important rule of the road is knowing exactly where you are going … and staying awake. A handy GPS system is the tech-equivalent to man’s best friend. Garmin has helped define the GPS in recent years, and the Nuvi 755T offers users a great package. The 4.3-inch […]

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Kinect’s crushing Move

Not only has Microsoft’s Xbox 360 outsold Sony’s Playstation 3, but the Kinect is currently outselling the Move five-to-one. According to research by Wedbush Morgan’s (occasionally controversial) analyst Michael Pachter, more than two-thirds of Microsoft’s 360 sales in February were Kinect bundle packages. Meanwhile, less than one-fifth of PS3 sales inlcuded Move bundles during this time. […]

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Android Dethrones RIM

It’s official. Google’s Android operating system captured the top spot for all smartphone subscribers between November and January. According to research by comScore, more than 65 million Americans owned smartphones during this three-month period, up 8 percent from the previous three months. The company surveyed more than 30,000 mobile subscribers in the United States and […]

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Onkyo announces three new home theater receivers

Onkyo recently announced three new home theater receivers to satisfy any home theater guru. Each receiver is 3D-enabled and contains USB ports for content from Apple’s iPod and iPad, along with flash drives. Two receivers – the TX-NR509 and TX-NR609 – also offer streaming capabilities for PC and internet radio. These models will be compatible with […]

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Buying Guide: Three Alternatives to the iPad

In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past few months, Apple released the iPad 2.0 yesterday. But what if you like the idea of a convenient, easy access tablet computer, but you’re not exactly sold on the iPad?  Well just like smartphones, there are plenty of other options outside of Apple.  Take […]

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