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Category: Computing

Deal: Save 35% on the MOTA 4-Port USB 3.0 Hub

Deal: Save 35% on the MOTA 4-Port USB 3.0 Hub
It seems as if you can never have enough USB ports. These days, most computers being sold are laptops or tablets and only have one or two USB ports. The MOTA 4-Port USB hub lets you…
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The Everything Machine Graphical Programming App for Kids: Visual Basic

The Everything Machine Graphical Programming App for Kids: Visual Basic
We’ve seen a couple of electronics kits with graphical programming interfaces for beginners. There’s also a similar environment for Arduino. The Everything Machine is a graphical programming sandbox for hardware that many people already have: a…
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Review: Microsoft Surface 3

Review: Microsoft Surface 3
Last year, I had the opportunity to go hands-on with the Microsoft Surface Pro 3, and thought it was an excellent system – offering performance, great battery life, an amazing screen and both tablet and laptop…
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How Old School Video Game Graphics Worked

How Old School Video Game Graphics Worked
Check out part one of this new instructional video series, in which The iBookGuy explains how computer and video game graphics worked back in the 1980s. If you love old games and old computers, you’ll enjoy…
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Review: NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 AC3200 Wireless Router

Review: NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 AC3200 Wireless Router
As a tech guy, I’ve been through a number of different wireless routers over the years. Between ever-improving speed and range, as well as the occasional hardware failure, my closet is a veritable graveyard of routers…
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Deal: Save 33% on Juiced Systems’ USB-C 6.5-Foot Braided Cable

Deal: Save 33% on Juiced Systems’ USB-C 6.5-Foot Braided Cable
The latest connector technology on the market is USB Type-C. It can be found on the latest 12″ MacBook, the Google Chromebook Pixel, and the Nokia N-1 Tablet among other devices. USB-C will eventually replace other…
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Touchjet Wave Turns HDTVs into Touchscreens: Semi-smart TV

Touchjet Wave Turns HDTVs into Touchscreens: Semi-smart TV
Last June we checked out Touchjet’s Pond, an Android projector that turned walls into touchscreens. It’s a good device for its price, but it wasn’t without sacrifices, particularly the quality of its display. Touchjet’s new Wave…
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Glitch Socks Concept: Wearrors

Glitch Socks Concept: Wearrors
The musician, maker and many more known as Doctor Popular teamed up with Betabrand to produce a line of socks based on computer errors. Glitch Socks for the socks play on graphical manifestations of glitches, Pac-Man‘s…
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Deal: Sync Your Data Across All Devices with Lima and Save 40%

Deal: Sync Your Data Across All Devices with Lima and Save 40%
Each of your devices has different data stored on it, and accessing data across devices isn’t particularly seamless – even if you use some sort of cloud-based storage. Lima aims to solve this problem by automatically…
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Micro LEGO Computer Has Stackable Modules: NUCs and Bricks

Micro LEGO Computer Has Stackable Modules: NUCs and Bricks
Back in March, Mike Schropp unveiled his Mini LEGO Computer. It went viral and is now a commercial success, but many people asked him for a smaller and more affordable LEGO PC. So Mike came up…
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Gnarbox Portable Video Editing Computer Turns the iPhone into a Dumb Terminal

Gnarbox Portable Video Editing Computer Turns the iPhone into a Dumb Terminal
The past couple of years we’ve seen PCs the size of flash drives. The Gnarbox is a specialized portable PC. Designed to let you view, store, edit and share videos and images on the go, this…
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Microduino mCookie LEGO-compatible Modular Computer

Microduino mCookie LEGO-compatible Modular Computer
The past couple of years we’ve seen single board computers separated into modules to make them more accessible to newbie makers, especially children. Microduino knows there’s no better way to get kids interested than with LEGOs,…
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Deal: Save 93% on the Raspberry Pi Hacker Bundle

Deal: Save 93% on the Raspberry Pi Hacker Bundle
Want to build and program a tiny and inexpensive computer that can fit in the palm of your hand? Rasperry Pi is the way to go. But where do you begin? Simple. This bundle of online…
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Cydia Impactor Unjailbreaks iOS Devices: Rewalled Garden

Cydia Impactor Unjailbreaks iOS Devices: Rewalled Garden
Normally, a jailbroken iOS device can be reverted back to the stock iOS setup by restoring it on iTunes. But restoring means your device will receive the latest version of iOS, which might not be compatible…
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Banana-shaped, Closed Source Arduino: WTFDuino

Banana-shaped, Closed Source Arduino: WTFDuino
Programmer and electronic engineer Calum Knott fancies himself to be a reverse Steve Jobs. While Jobs championed simplicity and ease of use, Calum thinks microcontrollers are too sensible. So he undesigned the Arduino into the WTFDuino.…
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Deal: Free Bitdefender Total Security: 6-Month Subscription

Deal: Free Bitdefender Total Security: 6-Month Subscription
If you have a Windows PC, chances are that it’s been exposed to a virus or malware at some point in its life. You can’t have a PC these days without some sort of security software…
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