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9.7-inch iPad Pro is no laptop replacement, but it’s a terrific tablet [Reviews]

Apple really, really wants you to replace your laptop with an iPad — especially if that laptop is powered by Windows. But before that switch can even be considered, the iPad needs to do everything your laptop can and more. That’s where iPad Pro comes in. With its new A9X chip, it’s the most powerful […]

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Lego Jurassic World’s killer feature: dino poop [Reviews]

Developer Traveller’s Tales’ Lego games series has a long history of making even the crappiest of blockbusters charming and enjoyable. It all started with its very first title, Lego Star Wars — which provided a more entertaining version of the rise and fall of Anakin Skywalker than the movies did — and it continues to […]

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iPhone SE proves size doesn’t matter [Reviews]

I forgot how good it feels to hold 4 inches of magic in my hands. Spending the past year and a half with the luxurious 5.5-inch screen of the iPhone 6 Plus and 6s nearly convinced me that bigger really is better. But after using the iPhone SE, I’m starting to rethink everything I love […]

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Electric uke looks like an oil can but is a gas to play [Reviews]

I’ve heard of cigar box guitars, but this is the first time I’ve ever seen an oil can electric ukulele. Bohemian Guitars makes a ton of unique metal oil can guitars, basses and ukuleles, and they’re as fun to play as they are to look at. This electric uke is easy to play, sounds great […]

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March into fun with these hot new iOS games [Reviews]

There’s nothing better than kicking back and playing an iOS game that respects your time, money and energy. Games that keep you entertained without costing you too much (especially at first) can be a great way to spend your time, whether you’re chilling on the couch at home, on the subway home after a long […]

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New app keeps you motivated by turning chores into one big game [Reviews]

Sometimes no matter how hard I try, I just can’t seem to get the motivation to do anything productive. I can make to-do lists and download productivity apps, but if the drive to complete my tasks isn’t there, I probably won’t get much done. A new app called MotivAction recognizes the real problem of lacking motivation and offers some guidance […]

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Invisible car mount binds your iPhone with science [Reviews]

MagicMount Pro Vent I’ve been looking for a new place to keep my phone while I was driving since I upgraded to the iPhone 6s and discovered that even though I’d slapped the slimmest of cases on it, it no longer fit into the cradle that sits in my car’s cup holder. And I don’t […]

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Camo football even a non-fan could love [Reviews]

Lust List: Leather Head Sports Camo Football I don’t play football. I don’t watch football. I have never really watched or played football. But when I saw the Camo Football from the artisans at Leather Head Sports, I got online, got out my credit card and pressed play. There was something about the thought of […]

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Kickstart this smart streaming Wi-Fi speaker [Reviews]

These days, very few of us actually purchase individual albums or singles, thanks to the growing popularity of subscription-based services such as Apple Music and Spotify. Playing these streaming services through Bluetooth speakers is just as easy as playing them from your iPhone. But what if you want to play your favorite Spotify playlists without […]

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Super-thin case gives your iPhone a natural look [Reviews]

Lust List: Woodline iPhone Case by Pad & Quill I’m generally of the function-over-form sake when I choose an iPhone case, but this delightfully thin Rosewood iPhone case has me rethinking that. It’s not just that it’s thin — it’s classy. The deep brown hues and real woodgrain transform my iPhone 6 Plus from an […]

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