The Tech We Used vs. the Tech We Left Behind During the Holidays

010813_rg_TechHolidays_01.jpgThe holidays are over and it’s definitely been an interesting time off from work. During this time off traveling, we had to decide which tech to leave home and which devices and accessories to bring with us…

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Skube: The & Spotify Radio

If you’re like me, you’ve probably got some tunes playing while you tackle your daily workload. Depending on if you use or Spotify, the Skube might be an interesting way to share your music. It has a lot of retro design appeal, and the skewed cube look is pretty neat.

skube last fm spotify radio retro player

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Killspencer Dopp Folio: For Gadgets & Grooming, Say What?

I’ve never thought about mixing my shaving cream with my gadgets, but that didn’t stop Killspencer from thinking of a way of doing this, thanks to their new Dopp Folio, which does double duty as a carrier for your grooming stuff or your travel gadgets.

killspencer dopp folio grooming 01

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Living the Spartan Tech Lifestyle

102411_rg_SpartanTechLife_01.jpgWith the economy looking glum and the job market even less stellar, buying and upgrading new tech devices has been put on the backburner. Instead, most of us have had to tighten our belts and eschew splurging, focusing on the essentials. Of course, the fact we love technology means we’ll always have some in our lives, but here’s how we’ve learned to be more careful and considerate of our tech spending habits…

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Devices With Completely Unnecessary Wi-Fi

102111_rg_WiFIDevDontNeed_01.jpgWi-fi enabled devices are popping up all over the place, but that doesn’t mean that everything needs to have wi-fi. From time to time, there are some, like the Withings Body Scale, that are quite useful with WiFi, but here’s a selection of devices that left us scratching our head…

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Lexar Professional Dual-Slot Card Reader: What’s Really Fast and Pops-Up from Your Desk?

Card readers can be a pain to lug around. I’ve had my share die on me when I needed them, which is when I switched to a SanDisk card reader that never leaves my desktop. Still, this new one from Lexar looks pretty nifty since it looks like the card reader can slide out of the house and back away when it’s not in use.

lexar usb 3 card reader dual slot professional pop-up

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Tips For Spring Cleaning: Filters to Gadgets

031511_rg_TipsSpringClean_00.jpgIt’s that time of the year when we should all give our places a good scrub. Cleaning isn’t the most pleasant activity, especially if you live alone, but there is something to be said about living in a clean home. When all the grime and funk has been removed, you might get the impression that you’ve moved into a new place.

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10 Handmade Gifts for Gadget Lovers Best Green Gifts 2010

Once you’ve got your favorite gadget, it’s time to accessorize it so that you can make it look apart from all of the others that are around. There are a number of different types of covers, socks, sleeves and bags available so that you can set your toys apart. When you go handmade, you go for uniqueness, since these accessories are usually sold in a very small number.

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Tips For Staying on Budget With Tech

We all love tech and we’d buy quite a bit of gadgets and tech-related products if we had an unlimited budget, however this isn’t the case. As such, most people have to stay on budget or pay the cost of having too much tech around and thus wasting precious savings.

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Gadgets You Should & Shouldn’t Take When Traveling

It’s nearing the end of July, but a lot of us are either traveling or readying ourselves to go traveling. When deciding what tech to take with you on vacation, you need to be sensible. Some things are necessary, while others can just be forgotten at home. Here is a list of what things we’d absolutely take with us, including some that we’d rather forget, but might have to take with us.

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