Tag: ebay

STX Dehydra 600W Dehydrator Review

STX Dehydra 600W Dehydrator Review

Several years ago I started home canning. I have a pressure canner, which allows me to can the things I like to eat safely, like chili :). As the years passed on I started canning less and less. The biggest reason is that most of the food best suited for canning wasn’t food I ate […]

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PayPal and eBay Security Card Problem

PayPal and eBay Security Card Problem

Well, he jinxed me — one of my readers wrote about his problem with the PayPal and eBay security card I’ve run without issue for a year and a half. I checked my card to see if the battery still worked in mid-October of this year. Everything was fine and dandy. Then I tried to […]

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PayPal Security Key Card Review

PayPal Security Key Card Review

A little over three years ago, PayPal and eBay announced a way to further protect your accounts with their Security Key initiative. The premise of the Security Key is simple. A single, hardware key is assigned to your account. Every sixty seconds or so, a new numeric key is generated using RSA’s Securid technology. Essentially, […]

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FiiO headphone amplifier review

FiiO headphone amplifier review

The second model FiiO headset amplifier was my micro-sized solution to a big-time volume problem. Would the tiny amp from Hong Kong do the job, or was the slick packaging and form factor as good as I’d get?

AccessoryOne HTC Touch Verizon VX6900 USB Charging Cradle Dock Review

AccessoryOne HTC Touch Verizon VX6900 USB Charging Cradle Dock Review

I love my HTC Touch (known as the VX6900 on the Verizon network). I use it for all sorts of stuff: check Gmail, send text messages, approve Gibberish comments, listen to Internet Radio awesomeness Pandora.com, use the built-in GPS and Google Maps, and sometimes I even call people on it. Even though the upgrade to […]

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The NEW!!! Xbox 360 module that wasn’t

The NEW!!! Xbox 360 module that wasn’t

You can create a gamer profile on the Xbox 360. This profile allows you to keep track of your friends, game achievements, etc. Since I have two Xbox 360s in the house, I had to come up with an easy way to move my gaming profile from one console to the other. Microsoft sells memory […]

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PayPal and eBay Security Key Activation

PayPal and eBay Security Key Activation

I’ve been interested in PayPal’s Security Key system ever since it was announced January 15th of this year. The Key became available about a month ago, and I received mine in the mail last week. Tags: ebay, hardware, paypal, securid, two factor authentication

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