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Initial impressions of the 15-inch Apple MacBook Pro (2013) refurb

I told you yesterday that I am replacing my Microsoft Surface Pro with another device, and today, the replacement has arrived: a refurbished 15-inch, late

April 17, 2014 Apple, Editorials
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Sorry, Microsoft: The Surface Pro didn’t win me over

I’ve given the Microsoft Surface Pro nearly nine months to impress me with what it can do. And as you probably know by now, it

April 16, 2014 Editorials, Microsoft
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Goodbye, Windows XP: Microsoft ends support for the operating system today

Time sure flies, doesn’t it? Windows XP is already 12 years old – and as of today, Microsoft is ending its customer support for the

April 08, 2014 Microsoft, UMPC
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Resurrecting the Apple iPhone 4S, Part 3: It’s gone

After I found out that the initial 24-hour drying period hadn’t fixed my soaked Apple iPhone 4S, I took Reviveaphone’s advice and waited another day

March 28, 2014 Accessories, Apple
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Resurrecting the Apple iPhone 4S, Part 2: The Revival [Video]

Yesterday, my Apple iPhone 4S took a plunge into a bucket full of ice-cold water. Then, it took another plunge – directly into the bag

March 21, 2014 Pocketables
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Resurrecting the Apple iPhone 4S, Part 1: The Drowning [Video]

I finally did it, readers. I finally drowned my Apple iPhone 4S in a bowl of water in order to try saving it with Reviveaphone’s

March 20, 2014 Accessories, Apple
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Microsoft Surface Power Cover available March 19th for $199

  When Microsoft announced the Surface Pro 2, it also introduced a number of new Cover accessories to go with it, including the Surface Power

March 10, 2014 Accessories, Laptops, Microsoft
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Poll results: We’re drowning the Apple iPhone 4S

Many of you voted in last week’s poll to determine which phone would be drowned, only to be brought back to life with Reviveaphone’s phone-reviving

March 06, 2014 Apple
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Poll: Which phone should we drown and try to save with the Reviveaphone kit?

Dropping your phone in water sucks. There are a number of remedies to fix a waterlogged phone, but unfortunately, the strategies are very hit-or-miss. A bag

February 27, 2014 Android, Apple, Microsoft
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Printicular to add Twitter photo printing to print-from-phone app

As an avid smartphone photographer, I am constantly looking at the pictures I take on a daily basis. Sometimes I tweet them, sometimes I’ll add

February 25, 2014 Apple, Apps
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