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New Way to View 3D

3D movies and games have become popular in the last few years and it seems that 3D is becoming more popular than ever.  But up until now, in order to enjoy the 3D experience, you had to wear special glasses that made the images pop out at you.  Well, that’s still how it is, but [...]

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MacBook Air: The Perfect Writer’s Tool

Throughout history, mankind has devised various ways and means whereby they might compose their thoughts, feelings, historical records, etc.  The Egyptians used to write on papyrus scrolls.  Medieval monks would write in huge tomes.  Later it was the typewriter.  Today, it is the computer; not the desktop computer so much as the laptop computer.  And [...]

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PSP2

Remember when the Sony PSP came out like…forever ago?  Well the sony PSP2 is likely to be announced at the end of this month (January) and is expected to make some pretty big waves.  With Nintendo’s new DS launching in March and Apple’s increasingly popular game apps, Sony has realized that it needs to get [...]

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Android OS Vs. iPhone

There is a lot of controversy and competition surrounding the iPhone and the Android phones, so I thought I would take some time to write about some of the key differences between the two.  Each of these differences can be interpreted as bad or good for either the iPhone or the Android –either way, it [...]

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The TRYX on you.

After breaking two cameras last year its time to buy a new one. After stalking CES 2011, I finally found a camera that looked relatively easy to use and super WACK in features and capabilities. Introducing the Casio TRYX, a camera that is a must have for photographers out there looking for a fun alternative [...]

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Is this the new iPad?

Image Source: www.engadget.com At CES, the tech site, Engadget stumbled across a possible mockup of Apple’s next generation iPad tablet. This is not their first sighting of possible evidence of the fabled product at the show, but this particular iteration is the most complete I’ve seen. The prototype was constructed of aluminum similar to the current iPad [...]

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Is our Facebook Addiction Really a Bad Thing?

Everyone constantly hears the statistics about how the world, and even more so America, is becoming Facebook addicts. Roughly 7% of the world’s population is on Facebook. That’s over 500 million users, half of whom are log in on a given day. 750 million photos are on the site, nothing is safe from public scrutiny [...]

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Pretty cereal is just the beginning

Personally I love bright and flashy things. I am the kid at heart that always loved her Lite-Brite more than any Barbie. Getting back to my post though, while cruising over some CES news this past week I came over these. Made by Fulton Innovations, and powered by eCoupled technology these cereal boxes will never [...]

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Nerdifying my Pop

Life is full of ironies. For example, my Dad, a retired auto parts salesman who often teases me for my unhealthy obsession with gadgets and all things tech, has almost as many Apple products as me. Is he the exception? I don’t think so. I think many times we view Apple products, and tech in [...]

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Grooveshark: Music Revolutionized

“Music makes the world go round”. A phrase that has been around for ages takes on new meaning in today thanks to the website listen.grooveshark.com. Grooveshark allows users to create playlists on the site from a wide selection that boasts “any song in the world”. While that may be an overstatement, the site is still [...]

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