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The Goonies Playing Cards: Never Say Die or Fold

The Goonies Playing Cards: Never Say Die or Fold
One of those iconic movies for anyone who was a kid in the 80’s was The Goonies. I love that movie and have seen it more times than I can count. I have also watched the flick with my kids and they like it too.

Xbox One Now Available without Kinect: Xbox One Eighty

Xbox One Now Available without Kinect: Xbox One Eighty
Microsoft’s Xbox division has been forced to swallow its words three times in the span of two years. They warned us that the Xbox One would require a persistent Internet connection – among other things – but they quickly removed their restrictions after getting a lot of negative feedback.
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Metal Slug Defense Reminds Us of the Gaming Days of Yore

Metal Slug Defense Reminds Us of the Gaming Days of Yore
Back in the day every time I went to the mall, I ended up standing in the game store playing the Neo Geo and scheming of ways to get the huge money that system cost. Sadly, I never got the cash scratched together before the console went out of production.

Hulu VPN Crackdown Blocks International Scofflaws

Hulu VPN Crackdown Blocks International Scofflaws
Hulu is a great place to catch up on past episodes of TV shows that you might have missed when they aired. A lot of people who live outside the U.S. have seen it as a great way to get to watch TV shows that might not be available in their home country.

Atari E.T. Landfill Dig Hits Paydirt

Atari E.T. Landfill Dig Hits Paydirt
Being an ’80s kid, I spent many a day happily playing games that look horrible by today’s standards. I also loved the flick E.T. so you can bet when the Atari 2600 game hit the markdown bin at the local K-Mart, I had to own it.

Original Apple TV iTunes Connectivity Issue Irritates Users Globally

Original Apple TV iTunes Connectivity Issue Irritates Users Globally
Owners of first-generation Apple TV set top boxes (sold from 2007 through 2010) have been reporting issues that are keeping them from connecting to iTunes. The issue is said to be affecting users of the original Apple TV around the world.

Sony Brags PS4 Has Sold 7 Million Units

Sony Brags PS4 Has Sold 7 Million Units
Sony is yet again taking the time to brag about how many PS4 game consoles it has sold. In early March, Sony announced that it had sold 6 million PS4 consoles. Now only about a month and a half later, Sony has racked up another million units sold.

Marshall Stanmore Speaker Review: Rock and Roll!

Marshall Stanmore Speaker Review: Rock and Roll!
For the last couple of weeks, I’ve had the privilege of having my hands on one of the coolest looking Bluetooth speakers ever made, the Marshall Stanmore. But just because this speaker looks like a Marshall amp, does it sound good too?

Logitech K830 Keyboard Has Backlight and a Trackpad for PC Use from the Couch

Logitech K830 Keyboard Has Backlight and a Trackpad for PC Use from the Couch
Logitech has unveiled a new keyboard that isn’t aimed at desktop users or gamers. This keyboard is called the Illuminated Living-Room Keyboard K830 and it is specifically designed to allow HTPC fans easy control over their computer when sitting on the couch.

Nokia MD-12 Portable Speaker Uses Any Hard Surface to Increase the Bass

Nokia MD-12 Portable Speaker Uses Any Hard Surface to Increase the Bass
Nokia has unveiled a new Bluetooth portable speaker that is very small but promises big bass. The speaker is called the Nokia MD-12 and it is about the weight of an apple.

Verizons’ Epic 12-Tuner DVR Isn’t a Joke

Verizons’ Epic 12-Tuner DVR Isn’t a Joke
I’ll admit when I first saw this I looked around to see if it was some sort of prank for April Fools’ Day. However, it seems to be legit according to the reports out there. Why exactly does this seem to goo to be true?

Philips Hue Expands Line with Hue Lux, Tap Wireless Switch and 3D-Printed Luminaires

Philips Hue Expands Line with Hue Lux, Tap Wireless Switch and 3D-Printed Luminaires
Philips today announced that it is adding yet more products to its popular Hue line of wireless-controlled LED lamps. Three new products were introduced, including a less expensive white-only bulb, a wireless switch, and a line of 3D-printed lighting fixtures.

Dish Network Super Joey Launches, Records up to Eight Programs at Once

Dish Network Super Joey Launches, Records up to Eight Programs at Once
I have been using a Dish Network Hopper whole home DVR system for about a year now and I will never go back to a normal DVR. I can record a lot of shows at the same time on the system as it is now, but at times I run into issues and have to cancel stuff.

Soundwall Artwork Is Actually a Speaker

Soundwall Artwork Is Actually a Speaker
When it comes to speakers and TVs one of the fashionable things to do is hide them so that when they aren’t in use, you can’t tell speakers or a TV are in the room. We have seen TVs hidden by art on the wall in the past.

Roku Streaming Stick HDMI Version Works with More TVs

Roku Streaming Stick HDMI Version Works with More TVs
Roku has unveiled a new version of the Streaming Stick that we talked about back in January of 2012. When the original launched a couple years ago, you needed a HDMI port that was MHL enabled.

Logitech Harmony Smart Keyboard Supports Typing on Set-top Boxes and Game Consoles

Logitech Harmony Smart Keyboard Supports Typing on Set-top Boxes and Game Consoles
Logitech has announced a new member of the Harmony line of universal remote controls. Typically, when we are talking about Harmony Remotes, they look like remote controls. This time that is not the case with the Harmony Smart Keyboard being designed to allows easy typing on your set-top box or game console.
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