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Backup images or almost anything from iPhone (any iOS) to Amazon S3 Backup images or almost anything from iPhone (any iOS) to Amazon S3

This guide is for jailbroken iPhone/iPod touch only I had recently needed a quick... 

Adobe Photoshop Elements 10 Adobe Photoshop Elements 10

Price: $49.99    Product Description Turn everyday memories... 

GTMax Aluminum Unibody Apple MacBook / Pro / Air Silicone Keyboard Skin Cover – Black GTMax Aluminum Unibody Apple MacBook / Pro / Air Silicone Keyboard Skin Cover – Black

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Samsung Replacement USB Data Charging Cable for Samsung SPH-M330, SCH-R100, SGH-T939, and SCH-R850 Samsung Replacement USB Data Charging Cable for Samsung SPH-M330, SCH-R100, SGH-T939, and SCH-R850

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Google introduces Google TV Google introduces Google TV

On the second day of the I/O developer conference Google unveiled Google TV, internet-enabled... 

VW Bik.e – Electric bicycle instead of a spare tire? VW Bik.e – Electric bicycle instead of a spare tire?

Think of it as the spare tire in your new VW. Yet, you can’t ride your spare... 

Pinnacle Systems PCTV HD mini Stick Pinnacle Systems PCTV HD mini Stick

, Brilliant HDTV and 100% DIGITAL Pinnacle PCTV HD mini Stick is an ultra-compact,... 

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iPhone as a Remote Control for XBMC (Xbox Media Center) iPhone as a Remote Control for XBMC (Xbox Media Center)

While searching for the ultimate FREE home media center application, I came across XBMC (Xbox Media Center). XBMC was originally created for the first-generation Xbox game console, but it is now available for Linux, Mac OS X (Leopard, Tiger, and Apple TV), Windows (Vista, XP). There is even a live CD version called XBMC Live. XBMC plays most video... [Read more of this review]

Pinnacle Systems PCTV HD mini Stick Pinnacle Systems PCTV HD mini Stick

, Brilliant HDTV and 100% DIGITAL Pinnacle PCTV HD mini Stick is an ultra-compact, USB-powered TV tuner that’s the perfect match for super-slim laptops. The integrated signal booster improves reception sensitivity even if the signal isn’t strong. The easy-to-use TVCenter Pro software lets you watch, TimeShift and record TV. You can enjoy TV in... [Read more of this review]

Logitech Squeezebox Boom Logitech Squeezebox Boom

Plug it in. Turn it on. Rock the house. Introducing Logitech Squeezebox Boom: the compact all-in-one network music player that combines award-winning Logitech Squeezebox functionality with an integrated amplifier and speakers to deliver crystal clear sound—in any room in your home. There are no additional accessories needed, or network cables to... [Read more of this review]

Sanyo intros ultra-portable LCD front projector Sanyo intros ultra-portable LCD front projector

Sanyo on Wednesday announced a new addition to its line-up of ultra-portable projectors with the PLC-XW57. Meant for business and classroom use, the 3LCD projector weighs less than seven pounds, and sports 1024×768-pixel resolution. Its 2,000 lumens brightness rating comes courtesy of a 200W bulb and lets the PLC-XW57 throw up images in bright... [Read more of this review]

Denon AVR-689 7.1 A/V Receiver Denon AVR-689 7.1 A/V Receiver

Packed with features to maximize audio and video fidelity, the AVR-689 is a powerful 7.1 channel receiver that incorporates the latest surround sound decoding technologies, along with sophisticated video signal handling and upconversion that allows both HDMI v1.3a video inputs as well as providing component video output. The surround section features... [Read more of this review]

Wal-Mart devoting more space to Blu-ray Wal-Mart devoting more space to Blu-ray

While I love Blu-ray, I’ve been a bit apprehensive about switching out my library to the newer format. After all, all of those estimates says Blu-ray will be history in a few years, anyway. But Wal-Mart is trying to help out the HD disc cause. In fact, the super store is going to be devoting more shelf space to titles. But in order to do this, they... [Read more of this review]

Wireless carriers open the network to embedded devices Wireless carriers open the network to embedded devices

Where’s the next big evolution in wireless?  The tier 1 operators think there’s tremendous growth opportunity in embedding wireless connectivity into all types of devices and appliances. With penetration rates hitting 85 percent and above in the U.S., wireless carriers are quickly realizing that the next big growth opportunity lies in not... [Read more of this review]

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