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5 Apps to Get You Organized for 2017

Are you making a  New Year’s resolution for 2017? What’s it going to be? Are you finally going to stop procrastinating? Make it a point

December 02, 2016 Editorials, Pocketables
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Robbery in the age of technology

So I got robbed, or my car did, and it’s lead to some interesting thoughts on what happened and tech failures. Of the things I’ve

November 30, 2016 Editorials, Good and EVO, Pocketables
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What You Need to Know About Cleaning Your Computer (It’s More Dangerous Than You’d Think)

Over time, laptop and desktop computers become littered with dust and dirt particles. And, rather than clean them, most people leave their computers as is

November 09, 2016 Chromebooks, Editorials, Laptops
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You turned in your Samsung Galaxy Note 7, Now what.

With the untimely demise of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 series phones it seems fitting to highlight some of our favorites and alternatives to Samsung’s

November 08, 2016 Android, Apple, Editorials
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My bestbuy.com Order Nightmare Made Me a Best Buy Customer for Life

I recently had the opportunity to test Lenovo’s excellent Moto Z Play. As I mentioned in my preview of that phone, my wife fell in

October 05, 2016 Editorials, Pocketables
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Why Low-Bandwidth Gadgets Are a Good Idea

It’s easy to feel like you’re always falling behind the latest technology. As soon as something new — such as the iPhone 7 — is

September 29, 2016 Editorials
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Why I will never buy Sony again. and it’s definite, this time. really, I mean it.

This is a guest post sent into us by Paul Mansfield from Cambridge, England and has nothing to do with Paul King’s dislike of Sony after his Tablet

September 09, 2016 Editorials, Good and EVO, Pocketables, Reviews
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Tired of spending hundreds of millions, Alphabet looks to cut Google Fiber funding

Google Fiber has been asked to cut half of the jobs and 90% of the cost by parent company Alphabet after extremely sluggish rollout caused

August 26, 2016 Editorials, Good and EVO, Pocketables
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So what does a 1% difference really mean?

Sprint has been advertising lately that their network reliability is within 1% of Verizon’s, and if you’re not a numbers person or bother to read

August 23, 2016 Editorials, Good and EVO, Pocketables
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Guest post: The place of capacitive touch screens in the car

Today’s guest post comes from Daniel Dur. Edited only for formatting. The place of capacitive touch screens in the car I’ll start by saying that

August 15, 2016 Accessories, Editorials, Good and EVO
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