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Eton Red Cross CLIPRAY Hand Crank USB Emergency Charger Review

Eton Red Cross CLIPRAY Hand Crank USB Emergency Charger Review

A lot of my friends back home had two natural disaster scares last month: an earthquake that hit the eastern seaboard, and a hurricane that bashed a lot of North Carolina and Virginia. Some of my friends are still without power, and some had their homes and property struck by felled oak trees. My friends […]

Spotify Initial Impressions

Spotify Initial Impressions

My first impressions about Spotify, the on-demand streaming Internet music service that recently became available in the United States. I also compare it to suggestion engines like Pandora, and if the $10/month for the Premium service is worth your money.

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Anti-Mosquito Mosquito and Tick Repellent App by Pico Brothers Review

Anti-Mosquito Mosquito and Tick Repellent App by Pico Brothers Review

I review the Anti-Mosquito app from Pico Brothers. Although the app claims to repel ticks with high pitched frequencies, it doesn’t work. In fact, my test tick climbed on top of the phone.

Shared Lists on Android Phones With AK Notepad and Catch.com

Shared Lists on Android Phones With AK Notepad and Catch.com

Have you ever forgotten a grocery list at home? Have you ever contacted a loved one to ask if they need something from the store? How about a list of books, music, or movies that you want to discuss with your friends? Worse yet, have you ever kept multiple lists for the same place, yet […]

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Geotagging Mobile Phone Photographs: Are You Sharing Too Much?

Geotagging Mobile Phone Photographs: Are You Sharing Too Much?

I use my HTC Droid Incredible mobile phone to keep in touch with a lot of people in a lot of different ways. One of the ways is by uploading pictures taken from my phone to social networking sites like Facebook, or even posting them here on Gibberish. There are always privacy concerns when using […]

Battle.net Mobile User Authenticator for Android Review

Battle.net Mobile User Authenticator for Android Review

I’m a big fan of two-factor security. Basically, two-factor (sometimes called multi-factor) security consists of something you know, like a password, and something have, like a key or a badge. I employ two-factor security on my eBay and PayPal accounts. I also use two-factor security for my job when I am working from home. In […]

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Probeez Setting Profiles Ringer and Settings Adjustment Program for Android Review

Probeez Setting Profiles Ringer and Settings Adjustment Program for Android Review

I review Setting Profiles, an application that dynamically and automatically change your mobile phone settings based on time, location, or many other factors. This app is made by Probeez and works only on Android OS phones.

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