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PCWorld Exits Print, and the Era of Computer Magazines Ends

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The news isn’t shocking. In fact, it’s sort of a shock it didn’t happen several years ago. After slightly more than thirty years in print, PCWorld magazine is ceasing publication, effective with the current issue, to…

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Motorola Goes for a Sexier Look

Just a little tidbit from the tech world today: Motorola (or should I say, motorola?) is re-branding. No longer are the sharp and uncomfortably red logo designs are the past- now all these attributes have been traded in for a cooler,

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Apple Unveils 16 GB 5th Gen iPod Touch

Ummmmmm wut. I know what you’re thinking… a new iPod?! Why now? Well, WWDC is coming up soon. Also, the old 4th Gen 16 GB model was getting a tad bit stale. Apple apparently realized this too (apparently unlike the rest

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Game System* Of the Week: The Xbox One

*Instead of the usual Game of the Week, I’ve taken to making today dedicated to talking about Microsoft’s new Xbox One.   Microsoft has a magical way of surprising everyone with a lot of information in a small stretch of time. At

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Upcoming Rant Warning

ALERT ALERT ALERT!!! I’m probably going to post a lil’ rant sometime this weekend on why Google Glass is actually a bad thing. No, this is NOT a joke. But this is a lil’ warning for all of you. I

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Newt Gingrich ‘really puzzled’ by Smartphones

I know, I know. It sounds like a children’s game. Newt Gingrich wants YOU, the American Internet presence, to solve a huge puzzle he’s been banging his head over about: what the hell do we call these here bricks of technology in

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What is the Future of Consumer Electronics? My Own Views, Here.

So, I’ve been thinking a lot lately about a tech future. And this is in no way not related to Google Glass. The concept behind Google’s newest and coolest accessory to our phones is so much more than just an

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