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Monday June 12, 2017. 12:12 PM
If you're a committed photographer, you probably use a powerful tool such as Adobe's Lightroom or Photoshop to work with your pictures. But not everyone needs apps like this, which have steep learning curves, and not everyone shoots enough photos to spend the time and money...
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The Unison will stream just about any audio source in your home—including hi-res audio—while correcting your room's acoustic anomalies with Anthem Room Correction.
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iPhoneography may be fastest and easiest entrée into photography for most consumers, but it lacks one critical element: no instant prints. Sure, you can pass around your iPhone to show off pictures of the kids or your cat, or even rely one those cute portable printers. But...
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This modular, wall-mountable LED system is giddily entertaining.
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Thursday June 8, 2017. 07:00 AM
The HTC U11 is fast and powerful, and it isn't afraid to embrace its fun side.
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Wednesday June 7, 2017. 03:13 PM
Tyranny, developed by Obsidian Entertainment (the makers of Pillars of Eternity), places you in the role of a Fatebinder in the service of the emperor Kyros, who has just about conquered the entire world as the game begins. Here, as an upper-echelon member of the empire, you ...
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Tuesday June 6, 2017. 01:12 AM
If you're a multi-core fan but could never afford it, think again. AMD's new Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 7 makes powerful multi-core CPUs within reach to all
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Monday June 5, 2017. 09:00 AM
We put the new Samsung Galaxy Book two-in-one through its paces, and find that this Kaby Lake-powered tablet offers a compelling mix of performance, price, and battery life.
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Thursday June 1, 2017. 12:30 PM
TripMode 2 ($8) solves the macOS user’s dilemma when tethered to a mobile data connection or using a limited-data VPN or a conference center, hotel, or coffeeshop data-restricted pass: how to keep Internet bandwidth-hungry apps from eating your data allotment, leading you ...
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Wednesday May 31, 2017. 03:00 PM
If you need to track your time, there are plenty of apps that can help you. Many of them are designed for freelancers who need to track billable time so they can invoice clients, but others track activity on your Mac, so you can know where your day has gone. Timing ($29,...
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Tuesday May 30, 2017. 01:40 PM
Having a TV at home to watch movies or play some console games on a rainy day is a huge win, especially if you have kids to entertain. And while rocking an ultraportable device like an 9.7-inch iPad Pro or a 12-inch MacBook might make your load lighter for business travel,...
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If you're a multi-core fan but could never afford it, think again. AMD's new Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 7 makes powerful multi-core CPUs within reach to all
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Monday May 29, 2017. 09:13 AM
I’ve reviewed several home security cameras over the years, and always grapple with where to mount them close to a required electrical outlet. After all, wires can be severed or simply unplugged, disabling a camera before it ever has a chance to catch a glimpse of...
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Wednesday May 24, 2017. 08:40 PM
Meridian’s Explorer2 portable digital-to-audio converter can play virtually any type of high-resolution audio file, but its most compelling feature is its ability to decode MQA files.For me, MQA (Master Quality Authenticated) was the best thing to come out of CES 2015....
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I first encountered Digit a couple of months ago when one of my daughters asked me to look at it as a way for her to slowly but steadily increase her savings account. As it stands she’s a pretty good saver all on her own, but the idea of an app that would monitor her bank...
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Tuesday May 23, 2017. 03:00 PM
Lightning-equipped flash drives have made transferring files between desktop and mobile devices a little easier, but all such products share the same limitation: They can only be used with a third-party companion app, and most of those aren’t very good. Until Apple graces...
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Monday May 22, 2017. 12:12 PM
Apple is praised for innovation, but is often one of the last to adopt new technologies. Yet there’s no denying the company helps fuel mainstream adoption by doing it better than everyone else. The new iPhone is rumored to introduce wireless charging, which has yet to hit...
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JBL’s E-Series headphones are designed to bring the company’s signature sound in a range of headphone models with a focus on style. At the top of the E-series lineup sits the E55BT wireless headphones. If you're looking to grab some signature JBL sound for less than...
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Thursday May 18, 2017. 03:00 PM
Torment: Tides of Numenera ($45 on the App Store) is the spiritual, but not direct sequel to Black Isle’s critically-acclaimed CRPG legend Planescape: Torment, which, as geeks of a certain age will tell you (pushes up glasses,) was based on a campaign setting for the...
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Wednesday May 17, 2017. 04:14 PM
Is it time to trade in your mobile device? If you're considering an Android smartphone, Samsung's Galaxy S8 seems to be the popular favorite but is it the right phone for you? Here, CIO.com senior writer Sarah White takes a more in-depth look at Samsung's newest offering.
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