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Apple fans may argue that from a bang-for-your-buck perspective, an iPhone is one of the best smartphone deals around. If you’re judging simply by how much screen proportionally makes up the front of your device, though, this chart makes a… Read more ›     

The capabilities of today’s are so incredible, a few weeks ago we came across a 20-year old RadioShack ad and everything you could buy  has already been made obsolete by the iPhone. Still, the iPhone’s powers are so much greater… Read more ›     

Ok, sure, this is more of a tip for those with a Macbook Pro or Air, or any other Apple laptop in the last few years with the fantastic tiny power brick design to it. I know that I’ve struggled… Read more ›     

For a fun experiment in data visualization, the good folks over at MobileUnlocked have put together a world map showing how the cost of an iPhone 5s varies around the world. It’s possible to look at this data in both… Read more ›     

The Apple TV and Google Chromecast are pretty cool, but I know I’m not the only one who wishes I could stream whatever media I want to whatever device I want, without worrying about proprietary standards. Until we get a… Read more ›     

Sure, it’s pretty easy to type an address into the Maps built into Mavericks, but wouldn’t it be even better if you could just click your way to Map nirvana? In the latest version of OS X, you can send… Read more ›     

Doxie has thus far been known for their mini baguette-sized portable sheet-scanners. But they can scan macaroni art? And why would you want to? The answers are respectively no, and who knows. The point is that with Doxie’s new Flip…

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Solstice Arena SplashYou’ve got to admire a game that matches its own intent so perfectly that you suddenly can’t visualize how else the genre should be done. That’s certainly the case here with Zynga’s Solstice Arena. It’s currently my favorite MOBA game on any platform, which is great, since it plays well on both iOS and the […]

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Orbotix’s robotic ball, Sphero, has gotten so popular over the past two years, even Obama has been spotted driving one around, but it’s finally getting an upgrade as Orbotix just announced Sphero 2.0 will launch later this month. The updated Sphero 2.0 is twice as fast, three times as bright with multicolor LEDs, and it’s [...]

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It's like magic!Remember the Leap Motion hands-free controller for Mac that everyone went on and on about how cool it was going to be? The one that got delayed until July? Well, it’s been three weeks now since it actually started shipping, and the team behind the Mac-based motion controller are reporting some significant numbers, including 25,000 [...]

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