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Jabra SOLEMATE The Ultimate Portable Speaker Review @ NikKTech

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During the past 2 years I've seen many companies release wireless speakers for use with smartphones and tablets by using the typical Bluetooth connection (and rarely via Wi-Fi). However in most occasions these "speakers" are not to be taken seriously… Go To Full Article

Evergreen release touch-based Bluetooth keyboard

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Evergreen Inc is back again with another weird device for you crazy PC aficionados. It’s a touch based Bluetooth keyboard and it’s got “useless” written all over it. But looks can be deceiving so let’s take a look at what… Go To Full Article

Postal 2 Complete Review @ OCmodshop

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Postal 2 Complete is a version of this classic game on the Steam platform, and became available as a result of the community's Greenlight program. This version of the game includes both official expansion packs: "Share The Pain" and "Apocalypse… Go To Full Article

Acer CloudMobile review: an ambitious Android phone that arrived a little too late

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It's been a while since we last took a look at a smartphone from Acer. Today's offering -- the S500 CloudMobile -- however, might not be all that unfamiliar, having first met our eyes way back at MWC in spring.… Go To Full Article

Samsung Galaxy Beam review: stay for the projector, but nothing more

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With a seemingly endless stream of flagship phones hitting the market before the holiday season, it can be easy to forget some of the other devices that play a more niche audience. The Samsung Galaxy Beam definitely belongs in this… Go To Full Article

DeepCool Neptwin CPU Cooler Review @ ThinkComputers.org

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DeepCool is a Beijing based company that is totally focused on cooling electronics. Of course, with a name like DeepCool, they’d be hypocrites if they weren’t. Their products vary from iPad cooling stands to CPU and server coolers. It’s all… Go To Full Article

TI-84 calculator with color screen surfaces, geeks giddy with anticipation

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Texas Instrument's TI-84 makes quick work of graphs and equations like nobody's business, but it's done so for years while clinging to an outdated black and white screen. Now, however, it looks like that'll change for at least one flavor… Go To Full Article

HTG Explains: Should You Shut Down, Sleep, or Hibernate Your Laptop?

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Computers can sleep, hibernate, or shut down. Sleep allows you to quickly resume using your laptop at the cost of some electricity. Hibernate is like shutting down your computer, but you can still resume working where you left off.… Go To Full Article

Hisense T770 takes thin-bezel 3D TVs to the masses from $800

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We've seen a few TVs with thin bezels in our time -- some affordable, some not so much -- but they usually sell at prices that have many of us turning to less than elegant screens. If Hisense has its… Go To Full Article

Intel's NUC mini-PC internals exposed, available for around $300 in early December

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Intel's Next Unit of Computing (NUC) is just about ready for store shelves, and Anandtech managed to get their hands on the DC3217BY model to provide us an early inside look at the mini-PC. Clearly aimed at enthusiasts, the motherboard… Go To Full Article

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