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LinkedIn Premium Explained: Is it Worth $25 Per Month?

LinkedIn Premium Explained: Is it Worth $25 Per Month?

You might already be using LinkedIn to network, find new employees and even score yourself a new job. The site has offered a paid Premium account option with expanded profile-viewing and email capabil...

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Swann HD PenCam Review

Swann HD PenCam Review

We review the $99.99 Swann HD PenCam spy-pen, a recording device that captures photos and videos on the sly but will fail to fool anyone.

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How to Add a Cover Photo to Your Facebook Timeline

How to Add a Cover Photo to Your Facebook Timeline

So you've finally taken the plunge, hitting the "Get the new Timeline" button that forever commits you to the new chronological-style Facebook profile. One of the major differences between Timeline an...

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Toshiba 500GB USB 2.0 Portable External Hard Drive Review

Toshiba 500GB USB 2.0 Portable External Hard Drive Review

Toshiba's latest storage solution offers backup and fast read speeds, but its write speeds trail the competition.

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Ashton Kutcher to Play Steve Jobs in Biopic, Here's The Rest of Our Dream Cast

Ashton Kutcher to Play Steve Jobs in Biopic, Here's The Rest of Our Dream Cast

He may not be known for being cerebral, but Ashton Kutcher has been tapped to play Steve Jobs in an upcoming biopic about the Apple genius' life. While he'll have to do some serious acting to capture ...

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GameChanger Board Game Review

GameChanger Board Game Review

The GameChanger is one of the first to put the iPad in the middle of a fold-out interactive board. We were impressed when we tried this $79.99 accessory out at Toy Fair in February, but were things different when we brought the Game Changer home? Read on to find out.

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Only in Korea: Dual-core Samsung Galaxy Player with DMB TV Tuner, Radio

Only in Korea: Dual-core Samsung Galaxy Player with DMB TV Tuner, Radio

We're wrapping up a visit to Seoul, Korea, where we got a chance to tour Samsung's Digital City, home to the company's Digital Imaging department (stay tuned for more on that note). While getting a cl...

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Pierre Cardin PC-7006G Tablet Runs Android Gingerbread. Yes, That Pierre Cardin

Pierre Cardin PC-7006G Tablet Runs Android Gingerbread. Yes, That Pierre Cardin

 When we first spotted this Pierre Cardin Android tablet at CeBIT, we were a bit confused. Did a fashion label just extend its reach into the mobile-tech field? In the sense that the company lent...

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Acer V5 Series Hands-On: Slim Notebooks on a Budget

Acer V5 Series Hands-On: Slim Notebooks on a Budget

New Ultrabooks weren't the only product releases on Acer's agenda at CeBIT today. The company also unveiled the V5 Series of thin-and-light notebooks aimed at budget-conscious consumers who value port...

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Kurio Children's Tablet Runs Android, Offers Extensive Parental Controls

Kurio Children's Tablet Runs Android, Offers Extensive Parental Controls

The Kurio tablet from Techno Source has been one of the stars of the show at Toy Fair, and now it's time for a closeup. The tablet currently runs Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), but Techno Source assured u...

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Hands-On: Duo Pop App-cessory Brings Trivia and Word Games to the iPad

Hands-On: Duo Pop App-cessory Brings Trivia and Word Games to the iPad

The latest app-cessory we scoped out at Toy Fair is Discovery Bay's Duo Pop, a set of "pop buttons" and a sensor for playing six different interactive games on the iPad.Once you have the required Duo ...

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Karotz Smart Rabbit (2012) Review

Karotz Smart Rabbit (2012) Review

We review the Karotz rabbit, which arrives on US shores with Facebook and Twitter apps in tow, but just how smart is this rabbit?

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