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Yet Another Branded Headphone? Review of SOUL by Ludacris SL150's

Before you dismiss me as a slave to the marketing machine--I discovered a long time ago that when it comes to headphones, I'm definitely not the "audiophile" type. My taste in music gravitates to hardcore electronic music, bass-heavy deep house, and virtually all types of metal ranging from brutal death to Viking, and butt-bouncing, stanky funk--with a sprinkle of chillout, classic rock, and bluegrass, but I digress.

Review and First Look at NETGEAR's Genie+ Marketplace: Apps for Your Network Devices

We live in a world of apps. Apps are everywhere and lie at the core of most of our mobile computing lives--especially when it comes to tablets and smartphones. Lesser known is the ability to install apps on network connected devices, such as network-attached-storage (NAS) products and other equipment.

First Step Into Fitness Gadgets: Review of the MOTOACTV GPS Android-Powered Smartwatch

Years ago, I blogged about what was probably my first ever fitness "gadget," or more accurately, fitness game--DDR. DDR, also known as Dance Dance Revolution, was my first step (pun intended) into utilizing technology to help further my fitness.

Review of NETGEAR's ReadyNAS Duo v2: A Great Storage Solution, Improved

Over four years ago, I reviewed my beloved ReadyNAS Duo--one of the early ReadyNAS products made by NETGEAR. It has performed flawlessly over the years and has never failed. After many years of streaming and storing, it was time to upgrade to a newer, faster unit. The RND2000 is the successor to the original ReadyNAS and is also known as the v2; it improves upon the original in every way while retaining the design cues and intended uses of the original.

Review of Skype-Compatible GE Cordless Phone GE-31591GE1

Man, they really could have branded this headset more... alluringly. Neither "GE-31591GE1" nor "GE Cordless Phone" or even "digital cordless expandable telephone" quite tickle any consumer-y hot zones of mine. It's a shame--as an avid Skype user, I didn't even realize this headset existed until I received an insane promotional offer to get one of these bad boys for a cool $10.

Review of Asus XONAR DG Sound Card--Don't Skip This Cheap, Yet Awesome Upgrade For Your PC

Remember, back in the day, where it was practically mandatory to have a separate sound card for your homebuilt PC? Our weapon of choice was the Creative Labs Sound Blaster, a product line that still lives on today--but there were so many other options, such as AdLib, the Roland MT-32, the Gravis UltraSound, and the list continues.

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