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New iPod shuffle freezes author's brain with joke overload
— 4:33 PM on March 17, 2009

Seriously. I still have to use a third-party, system-level-altering application to restore OS 9 window shade functionality to OS X (oddly enough, it's called

Type: Blog post Tags: Mac

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Fanboys have their limits... and a quick podcast update
— 4:32 PM on March 13, 2009

Tuesday morning began much like any other day of the week for me. After checking my e-mail and Twitter, I hit the "home" button...

Type: Blog post Tags: Podcast

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Latest iPod shuffle the quintessential Apple product
— 4:57 PM on March 12, 2009

Perhaps more than any other Apple product, the iPod shuffle is the perfect example of the Steve Jobs Reality Distortion Field in action. When...

Type: Blog post Tags: Multimedia Personal tech

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The weird world of Faces in iPhoto '09
— 11:56 AM on March 11, 2009

Government sanctions notwithstanding, I've managed to reproduce. Twice, actually. A boy and a girl who are fraternal twins. (And, yes, I feel I must add...

Type: Blog post Tags: Mac

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Google Latitude: a stalker's wet dream
— 10:35 AM on March 11, 2009

Geolocation is already one of the next big trends in mobile devices. Most premium cell phones have GPS capabilities, and those that don't can use...

Type: Blog post Tags: Personal tech

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The TR Podcast 37: Frothing at the MacHole, not-so-new GPUs, and a trip down memory lane
— 11:14 PM on March 7, 2009

This week, our largest panel ever hits all the stops including the war against sucky TV, Macs vs. PCs, Nvidia's branding controversy, and more.

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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Stickin' it to the sat man
— 10:57 AM on March 5, 2009

Generally speaking, Americans believe that more is better—except for, of course, leprosy and Celine...

Type: Blog post Tags: Multimedia Mac

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Seagate's Barracuda 7200.12 hard drive
— 9:43 PM on March 1, 2009

Seagate's Barracuda 7200.12 hits the terabyte mark using just two 500GB platters—and it spins them at a full 7,200 RPM. Join us to...

Type: Feature article Tags: Storage

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Technical difficulties—no podcast today
— 1:59 PM on February 28, 2009

Due to a technical malfunction, we have decided to cancel this week's edition of the TR Podcast (which would be episode 37). Several factors contributed...

Type: Blog post Tags: Podcast

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The TR Podcast 36: AMD's gimpy goodness, Microsoft retail, and the Athlon Neo
— 7:00 PM on February 22, 2009

Our podcast covers a lot of ground this week, from netbooks and processors (including AMD's six-core Istanbul CPUs) to lawsuits and future Microsoft retail stores....

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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The TR Podcast 35: Breaking the glass, surfing the music, and suing Apple
— 5:23 PM on February 14, 2009

Join us this week as we discuss Intel's Westmere CPUs, PhysX in Mirror's Edge, Western Digital's new 2TB hard drive, the possibility of a...

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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Western Digital's Caviar Green 2TB hard drive
— 11:21 PM on February 10, 2009

Western Digital's latest Caviar Green is the world's first 2TB hard drive. But does it live up to the GreenPower standard of silent operation, low...

Type: Feature article Tags: Storage

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The TR Podcast 34: Headaches, our anniversary, and meeting an Intel engineer
— 3:08 PM on February 8, 2009

Our longest episode ever brings the thunder with great editor discussion and an interview with Intel engineer Matthew Hiltner. Listen in as we go...

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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The TR Podcast 33: Facebooking, SSDs on steroids, and the bacon explosion
— 12:30 AM on February 1, 2009

Don't miss this week's TR Podcast! We cover everything from our new Facebook page to super-fast (and expensive) storage setups, divine bacon, and more!

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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RAID 1 for the time-challenged
— 10:21 AM on January 28, 2009

It happens to the best of us. We spend hours putting together a new PC, mounting a nice aftermarket heatsink, making sure all the cables...

Type: Blog post Tags: Storage

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A look at four X25-E Extreme SSDs in RAID
— 10:17 PM on January 26, 2009

Intel's X25-E Extreme SSD is easily the fastest flash drive on the market. Heck, it's just about the quickest 32GB you can plug into a...

Type: Feature article Tags: Storage Servers Workstations

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The TR Podcast 32: Troubled times, scary storage, and the dark oscar
— 4:43 PM on January 24, 2009

Listen to this week's episode as we dive into the tech economy, the Seagate debacle, disappointing Oscar nominations, and more.

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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ACard's ANS-9010 Serial ATA RAM disk
— 11:08 PM on January 20, 2009

We haven't heard much about RAM disks since Gigabyte's i-RAM, but now ACard has one that supports up to 64GB of DDR2 memory, has dual...

Type: Feature article Tags: Storage Servers Workstations

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