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My iPhone 4 is awesome
Well, I finally did it. After misguidedly buying what turned out to be a sub-par iPhone clone in 2008, then waiting almost five months...
The sweet sound of Koss' PortaPro headphones
1984 seems so very long ago. That was the year Apple introduced its very first Macintosh computer with an iconic commercial featuring an unnamed...
Building the imperfect beast, part II: mobo risin'
Hey hey, kids. In case you've forgotten or are too lazy to use a...
The pool wants you!
As Chicago said back in 1970, does anybody really know what time it is?...
An upgrade tale 2: upgrade harder
So, almost three years had passed since my last major system upgrade—downright shameful negligence for someone in this line of work, clearly. I won't...
Who needs a proper photo studio?
After finally receiving one of Apple's new aluminum MacBooks last week, I've been doing some testing and working on my review of the machine....
Experimenting with HDR photos on a $200 camera
I've been giddily experimenting with high-dynamic-range photography over the past few days. Unfortunately, I don't own any professional photography equipment, and my best camera...
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|Deals of the week: an unlocked Skylake CPU for cheap and more||19|
|PCIe 4.0 won't actually deliver 300 watts from the slot||59|
|iOS 9.3.5 fixes serious zero-day vulnerabilities||13|
|Intel 600P Series SSDs bring NVMe into the M.2 mainstream||42|
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