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Wow, You Can Actually Afford This $1299 50-inch 4K LED HDTV

David Smothers April 13, 2013

The entry price for Ultra HDTV plunged by more than $10,000 earlier this week thanks to Sony’s new 4K sets, but now it’s going even lower with this model from Seiki. The brand is new to the US market and as such unfamiliar to most, but with a $1,300 listing on TigerDirect it’s been lighting… Continue Reading »


Target Will Match Amazon’s Prices All Year Long

David Smothers January 12, 2013

What’s not ideal for Target is you walking into one of their local stores, testing all of the camcorders, and then buying your pick on Amazon because it’s almost inevitably cheaper there. That’s called showrooming, and Target isn’t taking that guff anymore. If possible. Please? To combat the problem Target is turning its holiday price-matching… Continue Reading »


CES 2013: Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11S Brings Intel Core i5 to 11-in Form Factor

David Smothers January 6, 2013

The Lenovo Yoga laptops were actually announced at last year’s CES and we have had one in house for a couple of months as well, doing a quick look type video of it back in October.  The Yoga notebooks are convertible Ultrabooks with a 360 degree hinge allowing you to wrap the display behind the… Continue Reading »


Samsung Announces Its 2013 Digital Audio Lineup

David Smothers January 5, 2013

Samsung’s just announced its 2013 lineup of home theater and audio devices. The new set features an interesting mix of vintage and developing technologies designed to combine classic sound with modern connectivity. Four marquee models have been unveiled. The HW-F750 Vacuum Tube Soundbar, which is not only gyroscopicallly enhanced so as to automatically know which… Continue Reading »


The 20 Best iOS And Android Apps Of 2012

David Smothers January 5, 2013

Nearly six years after the debut of the iPhone, mobile applications are beginning to mature. The best mobile apps of 2012 – with a few notable exceptions – are more about refined practicality rather than anything revolutionary. So while this year’s list lacks medium-defining breakthroughs like Instagram and Shazam, it showcases new and meaningfully updated apps that simply… Continue Reading »

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