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Review: iRig Mic Studio – Studio Quality Audio in The Palm of Your Hand

Posted on 20/08/2015 by Ian Fuchs

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From YouTube creators to podcasters, musicians to teachers, the use of multimedia seems to have no end. I’m not here to tell you about ways of making your powerpoint look fancier, or your YouTube video prettier, I can tell you that audio makes a huge difference. With the iRig Mic Studio, recording excellent quality audio is easier than ever.

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Review: Invasion – An Online Strategy War Game

Posted on 06/08/2015 by Ian Fuchs

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Invasion is, in the simplest form, a modern-era war game, allowing you to build your military base, construct various vehicles, and attack invading armies. What helps invasion stand out from other similar games is the use of 3D graphics and environmental elements to add a sense of dimension and realism to the scene.

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Review: Learn Basic Math Skills for School With Numbie

Posted on 24/06/2015 by Chris Hauk

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Parents are always looking for an entertaining way to jumpstart their young offspring’s learning. In this review of Numbie, a basic math skills game for the iPhone and iPad, we take a look at the app that is designed to help your child learn and practice basic math skills with the use of entertaining puzzles and games.

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Review: Kiwi – Gmail, Unleashed From the Browser

Posted on 23/06/2015 by Ian Fuchs

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Kiwi , originally known on Kickstarter as Gmail for Mac, is a Mac application that offers the ease of use of the Gmail desktop web interface, as well as Gmail’s customizations, features, and settings, but in a native Mac application.

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iPhone 6 Battery Case Review Roundup

Posted on 14/05/2015 by Chris Rauschnot

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Chris Rauschnot reviews iPhone 6 battery backup cases from TYLT, Incipio, uNu and EnerPlex. Some of them even add a little extra to set themselves apart from the rest of the pack.

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Review: Watch TV From Anywhere In The World With The Slingbox M1

Posted on 13/05/2015 by Chris Rauschnot

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Tired of filling up your iPhone, iPad or tablet with apps from a multitude of cable networks only to have them ask you for login credentials after each update? All of that goes away with one simple wireless streaming box and multi-OS app from Slingbox and the new M1.

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