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Cadet Three Piece Open Comb TP-26 Double Edge Safety Razor Review

Cadet Three Piece Open Comb TP-26 Double Edge Safety Razor Review

“Cadet Three Piece Open Comb TP-26 Double Edge Safety Razor.” Wow, say that three times fast. It’s a mouthful, but every word is important in describing this value-packed razor. Here’s my review. Tags: beard, cadet, chrome, de86, edwin jagger, featured, gillette, l6, lord, razor blade, shaving, strongly recommended

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Print Anywhere From Android Tablets Using the Cloud Print App and Google Cloud Print
By September 25, 20120 Comments Read More →

Print Anywhere From Android Tablets Using the Cloud Print App and Google Cloud Print

As I use my tablet and smartphone more and my desktop and laptop computers less, I’ve started doing things I thought I’d never do with a touch device. For example, our Honda Fit broke down a day after the dealer “serviced” it. They demanded proof of insurance before they would tow the car back to […]

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Logitech Bluetooth Keyboard for Android Devices Review
By September 12, 20120 Comments Read More →

Logitech Bluetooth Keyboard for Android Devices Review

I am a huge fan of the 7″ tablet form factor. Small enough to fit in a back pants pocket, thigh cargo pocket, or a coat hand pocket, smaller tablets like the Nook, Fire, Nexus 7, or Tab are accessible in just about any situation. If you carry a bag or a purse you can […]

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Workaround for Google Nexus 7 Tablet Screen Freeze

Workaround for Google Nexus 7 Tablet Screen Freeze

Most of the time I really like my Google Nexus 7 Android tablet. The form factor is nice, the screen is crisp and clear, and the extra horsepower compared to my generation one Amazon Kindle Fire is very, very noticeable. However, the screen will sometimes become unresponsive. Parts of the screen don’t respond to touch, […]

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Nexus 7: Third Time’s a Charm?

Nexus 7: Third Time’s a Charm?

I pre-ordered Google’s Nexus 7 tablet the day it was announced. My 7″ tablet arrived and I noticed that the left side of the screen was not assembled properly. I had concerns about the long-term durability of the tablet, and was put off by the creaking sound the Nexus 7 made every time I pressed […]

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Living With Google’s Two-Factor Authentication
By September 12, 20111 Comments Read More →

Living With Google’s Two-Factor Authentication

I write about my experience of using Google’s two-factor authentication after living with it for three months. It is very advanced, but the setup may too complicated for most Web users.

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Fireshot Screen Capture Program for Chrome Beta

Fireshot Screen Capture Program for Chrome Beta

I test the Fireshot Screen capture plugin for Chrome beta. It works just as well as the full Firefox version and seems very stable so far.

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