Old-School Game Review: Super Mario Brothers 3

By the late 1980s, there was no doubt that the mascot of the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) was a short and pudgy Italian plumber named Mario. He was the main protagonist of Super Mario Bros., developed by Nintendo and published and bundled

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An In-Depth Review Of GameFly

What exactly is GameFly? Think of it as a Netflix service for video games, where subscribers pay a monthly fee and, in return, rent games for an unlimited amount of time, with no late fees, through the mail. The California company that

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Chromecast Brings Streaming To Your TV (But Will We Ever See It?)

Last week, in a minimalist press briefing that was strangely reminiscent of an outtake from 1984, Google launched the Chromecast, a new way of streaming video to your TV. The launch provoked a frenzied reaction, successfully stealing the thunder of the new

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What is New in Android 4.0

Android is a wonderful device and the operating system making company. They are creating very much computer like operating system. They improve their systems once a while so there is not much difficulty to get a super service by the androids it

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Essential Hiking Gears: You Can’t Do Without

All you need to keep warm and dry and stay on track when you next go trekking. Have Toddler, Will Summit The Chickabee all terrain baby carrier is designed for family days on hillsides and trekking through mountains. It has an adjustable,

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HP Pavilion dm1z

HP is very well-known in the laptop industry. It even threw out its tablets if you recall. One outstanding and cheap HP netbook is the Pavilion dm1z. It costs around $450 and has tons of features that make it seem like a

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Motorola Atrix 4G Review

The Atrix 4G is not just a simple phone. The dual-core handheld works as a laptop, desktop computer, set top box, and somewhere between all these, it works as a smartphone too. The Motorola device, with its 4-inch screen, HSPA+ connectivity and

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The Linksys WPC54G Hardware Review

Wireless internet connectivity is now a standard which modern devices and gadgets must meet. That is why most portable computers and tablets have built in wireless network adapters. One such adapter used in laptop computers is the Linksys WPC54G Wireless-G notebook adapter.

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Motion Computing CL900 Review

Tablets are the new computers today. Tablets are flat machines that can be slid into big pockets. These things have revolutionized the technological world. Say goodbye to that iPhone and say hello to the new deal. It shouldn’t be surprising that in

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The HP TouchPad Review

Hewlett – Packard has just recently unveiled the new HP TouchPad. The HP TouchPad will be the third webOS device to be launched since HP takeover of Palm. The Pre 2 was a leftover from the deal before the takeover went though

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