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Category: Computing

2012 iMac “Assembled in USA”

2012 iMac “Assembled in USA”

Just about every device that Apple sells these days is made in China by Foxconn and other major manufacturers. Though it looks like some of Apple’s items are no longer being manufactured in China. A recent…

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ASUS Echelon Camo Edition Gaming Headset: Not Exactly Invisible

ASUS Echelon Camo Edition Gaming Headset: Not Exactly Invisible

I don’t know when I started liking camo-patterned stuff, but it was a long time ago. I’ve got plenty of US army pants and shirts to prove my obsession. As camo goes, the digital camo on…

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Clip Mouse Concept: Now Why Didn’t I Think of This?

Clip Mouse Concept: Now Why Didn’t I Think of This?

If you’re like me, you loathe the idea of using a trackpad on your laptop. I grew up using mice, and I’m about 1000 times more efficient using a mouse than a trackpad. So whenever I…

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Glitch Throw Pillows: Don’t Worry, Your Video Card is Fine

Glitch Throw Pillows: Don’t Worry, Your Video Card is Fine

Like the Blue Screen of Death, brightly colored pixelated display glitches are a familiar sight to computer users with failing hardware or buggy software. We’re seeing less and less of it though; if you’ve grown fond…

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Ben Heck Analog WASD Keyboard Mod: Because You Can’t Type With a Joystick

Ben Heck Analog WASD Keyboard Mod: Because You Can’t Type With a Joystick

Modder Ben Heck has removed one of the few remaining advantages of videogame consoles over the PC master race: the analog stick. Heck sacrificed an Xbox 360 controller to make the W, A, S and D…

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Intellipaper USB Drive: The Green Flash Drive

Intellipaper USB Drive: The Green Flash Drive

If there’s one thing that people tend to toss around a lot, it’s USB flash drives. Since they are getting so small, they can easily be lost. In order to cut down on all that electronic…

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Belkin iPad Mini Keyboard Case: You Knew It Was Coming

Belkin iPad Mini Keyboard Case: You Knew It Was Coming

I admit that I use a keyboard sleeve with my iPad, and to be honest it makes typing on my tablet a whole lot more productive. Since the iPad Mini was released, it was just a…

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App Buys Random Items from Amazon: or Just Get Wasted, then Place an Order

App Buys Random Items from Amazon: or Just Get Wasted, then Place an Order

A programmer named Darius Kazemi made Random Shopper, a software ‘bot that buys random items from Amazon. Why? Kazemi wanted to replicate the feeling of receiving an item that you already forgot you bought. It’s like…

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AViiQ Portable Charging Station: Never Lose Your Cables Again

AViiQ Portable Charging Station: Never Lose Your Cables Again

It really sucks when your gear runs out of juice and you’ve got no easy way of recharging. It’s even worse when you’re stuck somewhere that doesn’t have any power outlets or you just don’t have…

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FlipType iPhone Case Adds a Tactile Keyboard on the Cheap

FlipType iPhone Case Adds a Tactile Keyboard on the Cheap

While it took me some time to become a fast texter on a touchscreen, anyone who’s had a touchscreen phone knows, that with time, you can type pretty fast on one. That being said, nothing works…

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Macintosh Portable Hackintosh: Mac OS X on a PC Dressed as a Mac

Macintosh Portable Hackintosh: Mac OS X on a PC Dressed as a Mac

The Macintosh Portable was Apple’s first battery-powered portable computer. Released in 1989, it weighed 16lbs., had a 16MHz CPU, a black and white screen and lead-acid batteries, hence its nickname, “Macintosh Luggable.” People had to pay…

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Western Digital 4TB Hard Drive Gives You More Storage Than You Ever Thought You Needed

Western Digital 4TB Hard Drive Gives You More Storage Than You Ever Thought You Needed

Western Digital has announced a new high-capacity hard drive that slots into its existing Black series lineup. The hard drive should offer more than enough capacity for all ofyour torrented episodes of Doctor Who and your…

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Bonobo Extreme Ubuntu Gaming Laptop: Sadly Not as Cheap as Linux

Bonobo Extreme Ubuntu Gaming Laptop: Sadly Not as Cheap as Linux

A company called System76 makes high-end gaming computers that run on Ubuntu, one of the most popular Linux distributions. Why would anyone sell expensive gaming computers to Linux users? Because those people have saved tons of…

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Worst Apple Employee Name Ever?

Worst Apple Employee Name Ever?

Given all of the massive lawsuits going back and forth between Apple and Samsung, I’m still surprised that Apple uses any Samsung components in their devices. Still, until Apple can come up with alternative suppliers, they…

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Lazerwood MacBook Pro Keycaps Will Give You Wood

Lazerwood MacBook Pro Keycaps Will Give You Wood

I’ve always rather liked the keys that Apple has been using on their keyboards over the last several years. While they’re not as thick and clicky as an old school IBM keyboard, I still find myself…

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Twelvesouth HiRise for iMac & Cinema Display: Put Them at Eye-Level, Stylishly

Twelvesouth HiRise for iMac & Cinema Display: Put Them at Eye-Level, Stylishly

It’s been said that any computer monitor should be situated at about eye-level for optimal ergonomics. That being said, most monitors needs a bit of extra lift to make them work at that height. Twelvesouth’s HiRise…

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