Daily Archives: September 20, 2012

Jaguar F-Type

Jaguar F-Type

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With the upcoming Paris Motor Show next week, more and more releases are hitting the web! The latest is the official release of Jaguar’s F-Type, which has been named their E-Type successor. The first picture of the car was leaked on the web, causing Jag to release an official image...

Moga

PowerA MOGA Android Game Controller (video)

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So you fancy yourself a mobile gamer, do you?  Then you’ve probably already checked out the Gameklip, which from where we stand is a sound investment if you already own a PS3 or a spare PS3 controller.  However, investing in both of those will set you back north of $50,...

Passbook

11 Compatible Passbook Apps Available Now in the App Store

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iOS 6 releases yesterday, and in addition to the new call reject features and Apple maps with turn-by-turn directions, we also saw the arrival of an Apple native app called Passbook. Passbook was somewhat heavily detailed when the Cupertino company unveiled iOS 6, but what wasn’t disclosed was what apps...

Roku Streaming Stick

Roku Streaming Stick Price Announced, Expect it November

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It’s been sometime since we’ve heard from Roku and their Streaming Stick.  Last we can recall it was at CES 2012, which was 9.5 months ago.  However, yesterday the company announced that it will cost $99.99 and should hit retail stores sometime in October. If you don’t recall, the Roku...

Portrait Professional Studio 10 example

Anthropics Portrait Professional Studio 10 Review

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  Digital cameras have eliminated the need for film, but they haven’t eliminated the need for the person being photographed to look good. Unlike video, a still image of a person starkly displays all of the less than stellar attributes: the misplaced freckle, the scant left eyebrow, the pimple on...

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Microsoft Sculpt Mobile Keyboard Review

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With the upcoming release of Windows 8, Microsoft’s hardware division has been hard at work developing new peripherals that not only match the updated operating system, but help streamline user’s workflow. I’ve been testing five devices that the Redmond-based company is releasing shortly, and by far my favorite is the...