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Review: MobileGo PC Software for Android Devices

Today I’m showing you guys a nice piece of software called MobileGo for Android. You can manage your Android device, photos, videos, SMS, and more right from your computer! This isn’t really a program that I would u...


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Review: Blue Microphone Nessie – Adaptive USB Cardioid Condenser Mic

Designed to combat the most common pitfalls of recording, Nessie automatically adapts to whatever you're recording, applying professional studio processing combined with a built-in pop filter and internal shockmount, to produce...



5 Things To Do Before Installing Mavericks

Yesterday Apple turned the software world on its head by announcing that their newest operating system, Mavericks, would be a free upgrade for Apple owners. Before you run over to your Mac in excitement to start the install, ho...


Chromebook Developer Switch Goes Virtual

Google’s Chromebooks are nothing new, the first having been released in December 2010.   Chromebook’s popularity and versatility have increased greatly over the past year despite their young age.   While the conce...



HP Chromebook 11

Chrome OS is chugging along quite well even if you don’t know much about it. Google has partnered with HP to help change your thinking in that regard. The HP Chromebook 11 is the latest entrant into the Chrome OS line up....


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Review: Logitech G700s Gaming Mouse

The Logitech G700s is one of many mice from the Logitech G series. It has 13 programmable buttons and 5 different memory profiles. There is a lot of possibilities with this mouse and I think it is fairly comfortable as well! C...



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Review: Just-Mobile AluDisc – 360 Aluminum Swiveling Pedestal

Just Mobile AluDisc is the deliciously minimalist rotating pedestal for Apple iMac and Thunderbolt Display. Fashioned from a single piece of high-quality aluminium, AluDisc’s platter floats on internal ball bearings - allowin...


Life Beyond Microsoft Word: 3 Alternatives for Mac Users

When I was in high school and college, I thought Microsoft Word was the be all and end all of word processors. For some reason, it was always the suggested software, and I get it, if you need to email your paper in to a profess...



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HornetTek DataShell Flying Shield Backpack

This is my review of the DataShell Flying Shield Backpack from HornetTek. It's basically a laptop backpack combining comfort and durability with padded shoulder straps, heavily paddedback panels and lightweight protective hard ...