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  1. 125 HDTV Super Review
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    125 HDTV Super Review

    Economic meltdown aside, if you’re still thinking about plunking down some hard-earned cash on a new HDTV this holiday season, you’d do well to check out HD Guru’s colossal review...

    written by: Bryan Gardiner
    10.02.08

  2. Sony Ericsson's Eco-Friendly GreenHeart
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    Sony Ericsson's Eco-Friendly GreenHeart

    Sony Ericsson's GreenHeart concept phone isn't going to win any beauty contests, but when it comes to green cred, the handset's in a league of its own.

    written by: Bryan Gardiner
    09.30.08

  3. Fujifilm Prepares to Reintroduce 3D to the Masses
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    Fujifilm Prepares to Reintroduce 3D to the Masses

    What’s old is new again. Taking a page from the fashion industry’s propensity for dragging out old ideas and reintroducing them (with a twist!), Fujifilm showed off a prototype of its...

    written by: Bryan Gardiner
    09.29.08

  4. The Slingbox Goes HD, Finally
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    The Slingbox Goes HD, Finally

    The original Slingbox was one of those rare devices that did one thing, and did it exceptionally well: move your favorite television shows to your cellphone, PC or laptop. Now, after a lengthy wait...

    written by: Bryan Gardiner
    09.27.08

  5. Buffalo Releases Pocketable Mini Shinobi External Drive
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    Buffalo Releases Pocketable Mini Shinobi External Drive

    Buffalo’s new MiniStation Shinobi is touted as the world’s thinnest external hard drive, and at 5mm thick (about the size of a credit card holder), it’s certainly the thinnest we...

    written by: Bryan Gardiner
    09.25.08

  6. Wattson and Holmes Make Monitoring Home Energy Use Elementary
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    Wattson and Holmes Make Monitoring Home Energy Use Elementary

    U.K. design firm DIY Kyoto recently announced the launch of cheaper version of its Wattson, an ingenious little device that not only makes monitoring home electricity use a breeze, but even turns...

    written by: Bryan Gardiner
    09.24.08

  7. The X2700: Shuttle’s Smallest Mini PC Yet
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    The X2700: Shuttle’s Smallest Mini PC Yet

    Notebooks may be grabbing all the headlines, but the industry’s concurrent obsession with diminutive desktop PCs continues unabated. Witness Shuttle’s latest X2700, the smallest...

    written by: Bryan Gardiner
    09.23.08

  8. Kodak Opts for OLED in New Digital Picture Frames
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    Kodak Opts for OLED in New Digital Picture Frames

    It's strange. I've never actually met someone who owns a digital picture frame. Nor have I seen one in use while passing through the myriad homes or apartments of friends and acquaintances. Yet...

    written by: Bryan Gardiner
    09.21.08

  9. External Hard Drives Take Design Cues from Macs
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    External Hard Drives Take Design Cues from Macs

    It's kind of hard to get excited about external hard drives. That's not to say they're not useful, or that manufacturers haven't been doing their best to gussy up these bland, utilitarian devices...

    written by: Bryan Gardiner
    09.19.08

  10. Redesigned iPod Docks
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    Redesigned iPod Docks

    As far as looks go, there's not much that separates one iPod dock from the other these days. Altec Lansing wants to change that. The computer audio maker recently showed off a new line of docks,...

    written by: Bryan Gardiner
    09.15.08

  11. New TiVo DVR Boasts a Terabyte of Storage
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    New TiVo DVR Boasts a Terabyte of Storage

    So much television, so little time. With fall TV lineups now in full swing—including some of the best shows that have aired in years—your cable company or satellite-issued DVR is likely...

    written by: Bryan Gardiner
    09.12.08

  12. Shaping-Shifting Desktop Lamp Mimics Natural Light…Artificially.
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    Shaping-Shifting Desktop Lamp Mimics Natural Light…Artificially.

    Chris Natt’s Stimuli 3.0 lamp would fit in equally well on the set of a Bjork video or in a Borg starship, but the premise behind concept is a fairly down-to-earth.

    written by: Bryan Gardiner
    09.10.08

  13. Great Balls of Residential Energy
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    Great Balls of Residential Energy

    When it comes to sustainable energy sources for the home, wind turbines tend to get left out of the discussion.

    written by: Bryan Gardiner
    09.09.08

  14. THX-Certified Door Reins in the Home Theater Noise
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    THX-Certified Door Reins in the Home Theater Noise

    That 10.2 channel receiver you just snagged may give you the audio equivalent of an IMAX experience in your living room, but chances are your neighbors don’t share the same level of...

    written by: Bryan Gardiner
    09.06.08

  15. Forget Giant Boxes; Your Next Laptop Could Come in a Messenger Bag
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    Forget Giant Boxes; Your Next Laptop Could Come in a Messenger Bag

    If a new packaging idea from HP gains some traction, your next laptop could come in a recycled bag, not a box.

    written by: Bryan Gardiner
    09.05.08

  16. Deadbolts Go Wireless
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    Deadbolts Go Wireless

    There’s a reason the lock and key have been around, in one form or another, for the better part of the 4,000 years. The system works…most of the time.

    written by: Bryan Gardiner
    09.04.08

  17. The ‘Made For iPod’ Fridge
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    The ‘Made For iPod’ Fridge

    It’s getting increasingly hard to find a space the iPod hasn’t infiltrated these days. The ubiquitous device has wormed its way into car dash boards, stereo systems, treadmills&mdash...

    written by: Bryan Gardiner
    09.02.08

  18. Hulger’s Pappa Phone Is a Wooden Gadget Done Right
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    Hulger’s Pappa Phone Is a Wooden Gadget Done Right

    If you're a Skype, Vonage or some other manner of VoIP user, Hulger has a ligneous treat for you.

    written by: Bryan Gardiner
    03.17.08

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