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Crosley Spinnerette USB Converter Turntable: Hands-on Review

Crosley Spinnerette USB Converter Turntable: Hands-on Review
I’m probably dating myself, but I still have a massive collection of old vinyl records gathering dust in bins in my closet. I actually no longer have a turntable, so other than the few records I purchased as CDs or in digital formats, I haven’t listened to them in a dog’s age.

Living with a (DirecTV) Genie in the House

Living with a (DirecTV) Genie in the House
A while back, I told you guys about the release of DirecTV’s top-of-the-line HD DVR, the Genie. Shortly after that announcement, I got my hands on one of the boxes, and have been using it as my main DVR for the last 6 months or so.
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2013 Cadillac ATS Loaded with Tech (Not Your Daddy’s Caddy)

2013 Cadillac ATS Loaded with Tech (Not Your Daddy’s Caddy)
Cadillac has long been a brand associated with luxury and sophistication, but it was also long thought of as the car your father – or your grandfather – might drive. Well I’m here to tell you that has definitely changed.

Braven BRV-1 Bluetooth Speaker Review: Small, but Mighty

Braven BRV-1 Bluetooth Speaker Review: Small, but Mighty
With so many Bluetooth speakers flooding the market, it’s getting harder and harder to decide which one to buy. Well, I’ve been test-driving one for the past few days that I definitely think should be in the running.

TYLT PowerPlant External Battery Pack: Never Run out of Juice Again

TYLT PowerPlant External Battery Pack: Never Run out of Juice Again
No matter what smartphone you have, at some point in time, even if you’ve got a 2,300 mAh battery, you’ll end up needing a juice up. While there are plenty of battery cases available, these kinds of products quickly become obsolete once the format of your smartphone changes.

2013 Chevy Volt Test Drive: Living the Life Electric

2013 Chevy Volt Test Drive: Living the Life Electric
A little while back, I had a chance to drive the Chevrolet Volt during the Chicago-to-Evanston EV Rally for a couple of hours. My curiosity was piqued enough by that experience that I arranged with GM to put the little plug-in hybrid through its paces for a full week.

LG Ultrawide Monitor: The Creative Professional’s Dream Display

LG Ultrawide Monitor: The Creative Professional’s Dream Display
I recently had a chance to test drive the LG 29″ Ultrawide IPS Monitor (Model 29EA93-P) for an extended period of time, and I thought I’d share my experiences with you in case you’re in the market for a new display. 

Alien Skin Eye Candy 7 Adds Realistic (and not-so Realistic) Effects to Photoshop

Alien Skin Eye Candy 7 Adds Realistic (and not-so Realistic) Effects to Photoshop
I’ve been using Alien Skin plug-ins with Photoshop for years, so it’s nice to know that the company behind these plug-ins continues to improve their tried-and-true Eye Candy package for those of you who want to embellish your images with cool effects.

RHA MA-450i Earphones Review: Good Price, Great Sound

RHA MA-450i Earphones Review: Good Price, Great Sound
The cords on headphones and earbuds tend to break, especially if you use yours everyday – so I’ve become accustomed to buying new ones pretty frequently. These from RHA are a welcome surprise, as they have a durable cord design and I wasn’t expecting this kind of sound quality for such a modestly-priced pair.

LG Optimus G Review: The “G” Stands for “Great” Smartphone

LG Optimus G Review: The “G” Stands for “Great” Smartphone
I’ll start out this review by saying that I’ve been an avid iPhone user since the day the first model came out. I just haven’t seen an Android phone I liked well enough to even consider a switch – until now.

ZAGG ProFolio+ iPad Keyboard Case Offers Backlit Keys, Solid Protection

ZAGG ProFolio+ iPad Keyboard Case Offers Backlit Keys, Solid Protection
As much as I hate typing on the touch screen of my iPad, I’ve resisted buying an external keyboard for my tablet as I didn’t want to add to the bulk of my svelte Apple gadget.

Braven 625s Bluetooth Speaker Review: Frustratingly Packaged, But Solid Sound

Braven 625s Bluetooth Speaker Review: Frustratingly Packaged, But Solid Sound
Bluetooth speakers are getting quite common, but it’s only when you use one yourself that you realize how useful they can be, especially if they are multi-functional. The Braven 625s is the company’s rugged version, and I decided that it should be able to survive my backpack, so when I was offered a choice for a model to review, I decided on this one.

Pure Contour Internet Radio: Hands-On Review

Pure Contour Internet Radio: Hands-On Review
Looking at the specs and the design, the Pure Contour should be a great all-around device featuring DAB, FM radio, iPod and iPhone dock, and Internet radio. Well, Pure sent me a unit so I could check it out and let you know what i think.

LG Cinema 3D TV: For Once, Being Passive is Good

LG Cinema 3D TV: For Once, Being Passive is Good
The folks at LG were kind enough to loan me one of their Cinema 3D HDTVs for the last couple of weeks, and I wanted to share with you my experiences with the set, and the 3D technology it uses.

Big Rigs Over the Road: Best Review of the Worst Game Ever

Big Rigs Over the Road: Best Review of the Worst Game Ever
Anyone who’s ever heard of the PC game Big Rigs Over the Road is aware that is widely held that it’s the worst video game ever made. Yes – it’s worse than Kool-Aid Man and Barbie Horse Adventure combined with E.T.

HTC HD7 (Windows Phone 7) Review

HTC HD7 (Windows Phone 7) Review
Today, I’m taking a look at the HTC HD7 running Windows Phone 7. I’ve been an iPhone user for a couple of years now, but it’s always nice to get the chance to spend some time with the other smartphone platforms out there.
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