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Noisestash: Zendure, a tough battery that will keep your mobile devices juiced!

Posted September 27, 2013 @ 2:30 pm CST by Ben Avecilla

One of the biggest problems plaguing the first world is dead cellphone batteries. Nothing is worse than being out for a night on the town and seeing that low battery warning. Now you’ve gotta hunt down an outlet, and that’s assuming you even have your charger with you. Otherwise you’re stuck with a useless phone […]

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NOKIA Lumia 1020 First Impressions

Posted July 11, 2013 @ 11:57 am CST by Alberto Lima

Make no mistake about it, the Nokia Lumia 1020 is official an is every bit of the camera it is advertised to be. Nokia is definitely betting the farm on the belief that consumers are looking to replace their cameras with their phones and with the Lumia 1020, you’d definitely have something that can make […]

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Noisestash: Three apps that help organize my life

Posted July 5, 2013 @ 3:55 pm CST by Alberto Lima

Over the last few months I’ve found myself completely overwhelmed by the rigors of managing two websites, freelance work, and carving out personal time to deal with the important things. Up until recently I scoffed at the idea of using to-do lists and apps for keeping it all together – possibly out of some misguide […]

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Xbox One, Licensing vs. Ownership, and Voting With Your Wallet

Posted June 7, 2013 @ 2:35 pm CST by Alberto Lima

Today’s news about the forthcoming Xbox One’s reported limitations on their “license” and how it’ll affect consumers is a bit troubling. The short version of this is that Microsoft has created a system that can potentially kill the trade-and-resell market for video games but has deferred the actual pulling of the proverbial trigger to publishers. It’s a […]

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The Emotionally Powerful ‘Cargo’ is a Must See Short Film

Posted April 19, 2013 @ 1:28 pm CST by Kevin Jones

The ability to tell a story in film without words is almost a lost art, though, there are moments that carry-on the traditions of the original great directors like Charlie Chaplin, Paperman, which recently won an Oscar for Best Animated Short film in 2013, and Cargo, which is a finalist in this year’s Australian Tropfest […]

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Super Hero, Super-sized Comic Review for 2-20, 2-27 and 3-06-2013, which ones are you reading?

Posted March 8, 2013 @ 6:25 am CST by Kevin Jones

Missing emails, technical difficulties and drowned keyboards, now is the time to catch up on the last few weeks while we can! There are a lot to cover, but most of the titles I have mentioned before. All are worth mentioning again or for the first time and should be checked out as soon as […]

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..and we begin this one with the hot superchic… Part 2 of “Dude, what was released the last few weeks?”

Posted January 15, 2013 @ 6:16 am CST by Kevin Jones

When you get on a preview list, which is great, you get everything the company wants to promote, which will have some stuff that is not so great. Wading through the previews takes time, but gems can be found! Here are my Dark Horse picks for Part 2 of “Dude, what was released the last […]

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Samsung Series 3 Chromebook Review

Posted December 11, 2012 @ 8:00 am CST by Charles Bullins

First things first, unboxing and initial impressions. Packaging was very straightforward, giving you everything you’d expect; the Chromebook, a charging cable, and paperwork along with a Chrome logo sticker. Upon first startup we were asked to first choose a wifi network, and then login to a Gmail account. After logging in a new tab page […]

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Returning to Dark Horse Comics, December 5th, 2012′s releases

Posted December 5, 2012 @ 1:30 pm CST by Kevin Jones

I have been on a break from comics, life happens. A little over a year ago, I started following DC again monthly, especially after their new 52 launch, and I have really wanted to get back into my other two main companies, Dark Horse and Marvel. Throughout the 90′s, I bought a lot of of […]

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Apple has a size problem

Posted September 12, 2012 @ 12:55 pm CST by Alberto Lima

Tawnie is a girl geek that has been obsessed with technology since 1982. When not obsessing over technology she is raising a future engineer and wrangling cats in her basement. Expect to see more from her soon. The iPhone 5 was announced today but they have a design problem, it’s too big. Yes, that’s what she […]

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