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Review & Specifications of the Channel Master DVR+ | Part One

If you are not familiar with the Channel Master DVR + its an Over the Air Digital Video Recorder you connect to a digital antennae to view and record television channels.

It does this all without the need of a paid subscription service. We recently got our hands on one and tested it out. We found that not only was it easy to setup but is also easy to use. The DVR itself is the smallest DVR we have ever tested.

It is very thin and compact but at the same time feels very sturdy due to the metal casing.

Living Life With Windows Phone 7 - A Hands On Look From a Real Owner

Novemeber 8th marked Microsoft's re-emergence in the smartphone space with the debut of Windows Phone 7. Microsoft isn't new to smartphones; their Windows Mobile operating system has been powering phones long before companies like Apple and Google joined the fray. However, somewhere along the lines Microsoft fell behind in modern phone making trends. Windows Mobile just wasn't as attractive to people in post iPhone world.

New Uses For Old Tech: How To Turn an Old Cell Phone Into a Bluetooth HTPC Remote Control

Since upgrading to a new Windows Phone 7 smartphone last November, my aged AT&T 8525 Windows Mobile 6 device has done nothing but museum duties (filling space on a shelf). It's a shame to see decent tech serve no purpose. I won't argue with anyone that the old Windows Mobile OS isn't up to the same level of on-the-go user friendliness of modern phones like the iPhone, Android, and Windows Phones, but that doesn't mean it's now a useless hunk of plastic.

Everyone's excited about getting less from computing. What am I missing?

A fellow TechLore editor recently picked up a CR-48 Chromebook running Google Chrome, and has since been sharing mcuh about his experience using Google's browser/quasi OS combo. Once I got past my initial "shiny gadget I don't have jealosy moment," I was surprised to hear a fellow tech geek get so excited about so little. It's a notebook that doesn't do everything a notebook does, yet people are clamoring for devices like this.

Below are several things I've heard him (and others) while telling me all about their low power computing device and their reasoning for believing that these devices are superior to the notebook. And of course, why I don't get it.

"I've been working for a few hours this morning, and it says I have 6 hours of battery left. I could work all day with this."

GatherNote Provides Easy Organization & Annotation of Photo-based Projects for iPad

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GatherNote™ is an easy to use, all-in-one app that is ideal for organizing your projects and keeping all the relevant information in one place.

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