Monthly Archives: June 2012

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Spider Man Mega Blast Web Shooter Glove

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The Amazing Spider-Man flick is opening in July so it’s time to get your gear ready for its premiere, including this awesome Spider Man Mega Blast Web Shooter glove that really slings webs. Even though it’s a kid’s toy (ages 5 and up, to be exact), you’ll still be tempted...

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Top 20 Hottest E3 Booth Babes in Pics, 2012 (E3/pics)

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E3 is well and over.  But that doesn’t mean we still don’t have some goodies to offer you.  Yes, this is the exquisitely cliche booth babes post.  But odds you aren’t even reading this.  In fact, you’re probably quickly scanning through the photos to see if you agree with our...

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Redbox vs. VUDU (comparison)

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For those who don’t like membership-based services, Redbox and VUDU offer great a la carte movie services. They feature all the new releases and even have some older titles, and you only buy what you want to watch and in what format (DVD, Blu-ray, HD, etc.). The only difference between...

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Audyssey Lower East Side Audio Dock Air Review

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Audio docks seem to have put convenience ahead of design — how else to explain the vast numbers of them all shaped with horizontal shapes?  The Audyssey Lower East Side Audio Dock Air goes a different route. Because it looks like a vertically standing router; if by router you mean...

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HP 5210 HD 1080p Webcam Review

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In my line of work, the webcam is an invaluable tool. Channeling my journalistic-Scorsese, I can conduct video interviews, reviews and how-to videos. I’ve been getting along just fine, using the variety baked into my current laptop of choice. I grumble here and there about their knack for jerky play...

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ASUS TAICHI Ultrabook Rocks Two Displays (video)

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While we’re still waiting on Apple to release a touchscreen based laptop, we’ll have to settle for Asus’ TAICHI ultrabook. [GR]3DNQc9rgV9A[/GR] Its form factor, while not entirely original, might be the most well executed of this ilk, at least to date.  In case you haven’t noticed, the back of the TAICHI’s...