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Verizon’s New 4G LTE Router

Verizon recently announced a new 4G LTE router that includes voice, and it’s meant to replace your home phone line and cable Internet subscriptions. The Verizon 4G LTE Broadband Router with Voice includes WiFi connectivity as well as three Ethernet ports and a jack for your landline. Up to 10 devices can connect to it […]

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Lighten Up: It’s The New iPad Air

Apple recently announced the iPad Air, its fifth-generation iPad, and the iPad mini with Retina display. This thinner, lighter iPad Air boasts a 9.7-inch screen with Retina display, the power efficient Apple-designed A7 processor with 64-bit architecture, and it only weighs a pound. That’s 20 percent thinner and 28 percent lighter than the fourth-generation iPad. […]

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Tokyo Game Show 2013 Highlights

Here I am at the Tokyo Game Show (TGS) once again, two days after enduring the winds and rains of Typhoon Man-yi. I admit I was crazy enough to go out shopping in the storm, but at least I wasn’t as daring as the folks sitting outside the Ginza Apple Store through the storm to […]

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Apple Announces Two New iPhones

The difference between Apple’s new iPhones is the iPhone 5S is the flagship phone and the best you can buy, and the iPhone 5C is the more-affordable $99 version. For both, there is nothing different about the physical design of last year’s iPhone 5. The iPhone 5S looks flashier with a new gold color option […]

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Lost Planet 3: Good Combat Mix

In this third iteration of the Lost Planet series, Jim Peyton is introduced. This is a third-person shooter game and prequel tale that is set about 50 years before the original. Jim is a utility rig pilot who leaves Earth to take on a hazardous but lucrative contract on E.D.N. III. Working for Neo-Venus Construction […]

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Sony’s PlayStation 4 Release Date

At the recent Gamescom Sony press conference in Germany, Sony announced PlayStation 4 (PS4) will be available Nov. 15 in the U.S. and Canada, and Nov. 29 in Europe and Latin American countries. This is huge, since the world has been waiting for a date! It was nice to see actual functional PS4 systems at […]

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The Skinny On Ultra HD 4K TVs

As you may have heard, almost all the major TV manufacturers recently began shipping or are preparing to ship their own iterations of Ultra HD (aka 4K) televisions. So why is it called Ultra HD 4K? With a resolution of 3840 x 2160, it is quadruple the resolution of today’s HD 1080 televisions. In theory, […]

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Breathtaking Sword And Sorcery

Dragon’s Crown is one of the games that stood out for me at the recent Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), or maybe it’s just because representatives were handing out crowns with the game’s logo (that my daughter now wears around the house to pretend she’s a princess). On the surface, the game appears to be a […]

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Linking Your TV To The Internet

At only $35, just about everyone can appreciate Chromecast, the new 2.8-inch Apple TV-like device that plugs directly into your TV and lets you play music and video from the Internet on your TV. It uses your phone, tablet or computer to control it. With its small price tag, it’s most likely one of the […]

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A Personal Lost And Found App

Tile is the world’s largest new lost and found desk. With a Tile device, you can manage and find the items that matter most to you (i.e. keys) using the Tile app on your iPhone. Tile is secure and only you will be able to see where your Tiles are with the app. “Tile is […]