Yearly Archives: 2012

$69 Kindle Lightning Review

The $69 Kindle is something of a phenomenon in the tech world. For average price of a full tank of gas you can purchase a full-fledged Ereader with built-in WiFi and the greatest content selection in the world. And because

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Right to Bear Arms or Freedom? Pick One.

I usually use this site to write about technology, but this week is so different for me. I don’t know about my readers, but I have spent this entire week reflecting upon the terrible tragedies that transpired at Sandy Hook

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PSA: A Message About the Events in Connecticut

To address today’s tragedy with more than just an acknowledgement of it’s occurrence, I’d like to lay out my two cents on arms control in the United States. And the reason I specify the US is because this issue is

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Netflix on Ubuntu Lightning Review

Most of you already know that Netflix has landed for Ubuntu users. Not officially, but the emulated version is good enough to use daily for your televisionphile desires in Linux. So here goes, the Ubuntu Netflix Lightning Review. Enjoy. Who’s

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Halo 4 Reviewed: Yeah, It’s Awesome

I have been a hardcore Halo fan since I was a little boy (I haven’t been alive very long). It was probably the first shooter I have ever seen running so well on a console, whereas most shooters have always

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Platform UI Unification, Or Variety? Which Works?

Within the last few weeks, three of the biggest players in the software industry released products to fill the gaps in their respective platform offerings. Apple released it’s iPad mini to go along with the iPod touch/iPhone, iPad 2, and

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Why the iPad mini Will Sell Well, Even at $330

Apple probably surprised the entire tech industry last week when they introduced the iPad mini, but not because of it’s size, shape, function, design, or software. It was because of the price. For weeks Apple fanatics have been planning for

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