Daily Archives: April 18, 2013

Philips Click and Shave Razor

Philips Click & Style 3-in-1 Electric Razor Review

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I’ve long used a basic electric trimmer that includes a variety of head attachments depending on what I’m manscaping.  The battery is questionably short, though that aside I like its versatility.  However, it’s not waterproof, and doesn’t include an attachment to rid my face of unwanted stubble.  So that in...

Cheaper iPhone 5

Is This the Cheaper iPhone 5?

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Apple needs a new game changer.  Their stock has taken a nose dive, and their biggest product, the iPhone, has reached a fair bit of market saturation.  Which probably best explains the iPad Mini.  It’s an alternative to the iPad, and presents the potential for incremental sales, unlike the iPhone...

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Image of the Day: The Evolution of the Video Game Controller

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You can order this 27″ x 39″ as a print for $29.  Click to enlarge. The complete family tree of video game control schemes–including handhelds, joysticks, paddles, gamepads, and one notable glove–this chart shows how gaming input has evolved from simple knobs to directional pads to touch screens. Including every console...

2013 Nissan Altima Sedan

2013 Nissan Altima Review

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The Nissan Altima is currently in its fifth generation, and by most accounts its most stylish. Gone is the largely boxy build, replaced by a sleeker, slender body, or so it would appear.  In fact, the 2013 Nissan Altima is bigger than its predecessor, yet it’s the lightest midsize sedan...

Google Fiber Hits Provo, Utah

Google Fiber Hits Provo, Utah

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Google Fiber is making its way to its third city, Provo, Utah. Currently, it’s thriving in Kansas City and is supposedly going to be offered in Austin now, too. All these three cities will readily enjoy Google’s high-speed Internet. News of the third city hit the official Fiber blog and...

Logitech Ultrathin Mini-9628

Logitech Ultrathin mini Keyboard Cover Review

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When it comes to tablet computing, users have five realistic options nowadays: 1) the iPad, 2) an Android tablet specifically for media playback, 3) a Windows RT tablet for web browsing and media playback, 4) a Windows 8 tablet as a laptop replacement, or 5), the iPad mini. Most people...