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Every Black Friday and Cyber Monday has crazy deals on electronics.? While most will splurge for a new laptop or a new TV to boast their advancement in the technological era, they forget to look at accessories or peripherals that accent those products and take them to a higher level of performance and enjoyment. TVs, […]

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The Motorola Droid Bionic is Verizon Wirelesses current powerhouse LTE Android powered smartphone. Packed with a dual core 1 GhZ processor, a 4.3 qHD screen and an LTE high speed data connection, the Droid Bionic is a serious option for high end business and home users who want all the bells and whistles stuffed into […]

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The Verizon Wireless Samsung Droid Charge is 4G phone poised to make a splash to those looking for a performer with a good 4G battery life. Accompanied with a light design, a beautiful 4.3″ display and some cool extra features, this phone is packed for Verizon Wireless customers who do not need heavy power and […]

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The landline has been on its way out for the past few years with the expansion of the mobile market.? Vonage took the battle one step further delivering a crushing blow to the landline with the addition of their new Time To Call iOS VoIP app that does not require Vonage service. For those who […]

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HP 100B AIO Review

With the computing world moving towards compact desktops, or touch responsive devices, HP’s new line of Touchsmart PC’s and AIO (All-In-One) computers have found a nice niche in the market. Earlier in the year we reviewed the HP Touchsmart 9100 which had some very cool features for a touch screen device.? HP sent us the […]

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The Motorola Xoom was launched early this year with a hardware and software combo rumored to dethrone Apple’s iPad series. Loaded with Android 3.0 (Honeycomb), a new Tegra 2 chip and some of the best engineering a tablet can get, Motorola introduced a product that not only beat the iPad line, it buried it. Looking […]

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The HTC Thunderbolt is the newest 4.3″ powerhouse to enter the Android family with the addition of support for Verizon’s new LTE network. Borrowing familiar 1 GhZ single core Snapdragon processor from similar devices, the Thunderbolt brings a much more crisp and flush design with a kick stand in the back for easy dock-like features. […]

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The HP Touchsmart 9100 is one of the most sophisticated All-In-One machines currently out on the market, mixing a nice blend of business and pleasure into one screen. I had the opportunity to review this product last month and found it to have uncharacteristically exciting and new features that are not common for current touch […]

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Samsung Galaxy S phones have been a rave around the world with Samsung reporting that it has sold over 10 million of these devices.? Verizon Wireless sent us the new Continuum and the innovation and design behind this phone is bold and completely new.? The new Continuum features a ticker screen at the bottom of […]

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There are hundreds of options for computers, laptops and netbooks, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. With many users claiming portability and size as one of their biggest consideration factors when purchasing a new PC, I was set to determine if one of the new HP Mini 210 Series netbooks could be a good […]

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