Monthly Archives: November 2010

Dell Vostro V130 updated with more ports, fancy ‘Hyperbaric’ cooling

Back when we reviewed the Dell Vostro V13 we had a few complaints, including the fact that it lasted less than three hours on a charge and lacked an HDMI port. Well, Dell’s gone and taken care of at least … Continue reading

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Free Partition Master from Easeus now works on 64-bit Windows, too!

Easeus Partition Master has always been a great little app. It’s a powerful yet easy-to-use disk partitioning tool that makes managing your hard disks a breeze. Better still, it runs right in Windows — handy for people like me who … Continue reading

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Fonera SIMPL router now on sale for $49, moving quickly to telcos

Still holding tight to the “Sharing is Caring!” mantra? Not afraid in the least of handing out a few kilobytes to lost tourists down below? If so, you’re a prime candidate to own a Fon router; for those unaware, Fon’s … Continue reading

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Use Your iPad To Manage Your Finances In Style

When it comes to budgeting and managing your finances on your iPad there are several apps to choose from, but very few compare to Checkbook by iBear LLC. This newly released app has everything you could want or even ask … Continue reading

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How To Keep Track of All Your Black Friday and Cyber Monday Packages [Toys]

Along with the holidays come the familiar headaches of e-commerce. Buying things. Receiving things. Forgetting about things ordered, searching frantically for confirmation numbers, and breathing sighs of relief when their statuses are confirmed. Stop that! There’s a better way. More » … Continue reading

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Cowon 3D is the 1080p-playing, 4.8-inch PMP that just jumps out at you

As far as 3D goes, we can still take it or leave it, but what’s really got us intrigued about Cowon‘s latest effort is the promise of full 1080p video playback. Ally that to a HDMI output and up to … Continue reading

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Hulu Plus now available to all, price dropped to $7.99 a month

There good news today for those of you who have been wishing you could sign up for Hulu Plus: the service has officially launched. Better yet, they’ve knocked the price down from $9.99 to $7.99 — and preview users will … Continue reading

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Daily Crunch: Downstream Edition

Netflix Intros $7.99 Streaming-Only Plan While Slightly Increasing The Unlimited DVD Plans Visiting Sports Authority On Black Friday? Don?t forget Your FourSquare TSA-Proof Fig Briefs Protect Your Undercarriage From Radiation, Pawing Agents 9 Great Gifts For The Media Pirate In … Continue reading

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Mouse Computer’s Lm-mini30X nettop gets D525 processor and SSD, costs a lot of cheese

What would you pay for a netbook without a screen? How about one that’s rocking a dual-core, 1.8GHz Intel Atom D525 processor, NVIDIA ION graphics, and an 80GB SSD? Mouse Computer is hoping your answer is somewhere around $600, because … Continue reading

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Playboy releases not-so-discreet 250GB ‘cover to cover’ hard drive

Well, you can finally throw out that trunk in your grandfather’s garage. Hugh Heffner’s legacy has taken a cue from National Geographic — in an arguably non-horrifying way — and partnered with publisher Bondi Digital to release a (presumably Seagate-branded) … Continue reading

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