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Alison Young
Click Chick // Apple’s iPad Air 2: Thin Yet Powerful
Following the release of its iPhone 6/iPhone 6 Plus a few weeks ago, last week Apple released the long-awaited iPad Air 2, the thinnest and...

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Click Chick // Google Enters The Phablet Market
It was just a matter of time before Google entered the phablet market, and sure enough, last week it announced the release of the Nexus...

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Click Chick // Place For Everything Around The Waist
FlipBelt is my latest marathon-training buddy. Granted, it’s not a tech product, but it holds my tech stuff while I’m running. When I’m out for...

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Click Chick // Windows 10 Is Here — Technically
You now can download Windows 10, Microsoft’s new unified operating system for PCs, phones and tablets in a technical preview form. As many people disliked...

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Click Chick // The $37.99 Tablet From Datawind
Datawind first raised some eyebrows when its Android tablet released in India for a government-subsidized price of $22. Now it’s available in the U.S. for...

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Click Chick // Bass Egg Cracks Big Sounds
It’s difficult to stand out in a sea of zillions of Bluetooth speakers, but the Bass Egg did just that at the Consumer Electronics Show...

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Click Chick // The Big Apple News: iPhone 6, Watch
Apple’s much-anticipated announcements about its iPhone 6 and Watch finally were made last week. So much to say, so little space … First off, the...

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Click Chick // Samsung Unveils New Notes, Oculus
Samsung is expanding its galaxy with last week’s revelation of two new Note smartphones and a co-branded Oculus virtual reality headset. The Galaxy Note 4...

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Click Chick // HP Recalls 6 Million Computer Cords
If you purchased an HP or Compaq laptop between September 2010 and June 2012, you may have a faulty power cord that could cause a...

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Click Chick // B&N, Samsung Partner On Nook Tablet
Last week, Barnes & Noble and Samsung unveiled a co-branded tablet called Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook that eventually will replace the bookseller’s Nook tablets....

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Click Chick // How To Snap a Perfect #Selfie
HISY is a Bluetooth remote control that you can use for your iPhone’s camera to take the perfect selfie without the awkward angle. You may...

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Click Chick // Use Tablets Hands-Free With Tablift
I’m one of those people who uses my iPad in bed or on the couch, and I typically fall asleep while I’m watching a movie...

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Click Chick // Say Hello to Unlocked Cell Phones
A couple weeks ago Congress passed a bill that allows you to easily unlock your cell phone. What this means is you can finally unlock...

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Click Chick // Brightening Up Your Water Bottle
One of my pet peeves is a dirty water bottle, especially after a long workout. It’s nice to have cold, clean water coming out of...

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Click Chick // Testing Out An Electric Bike: Fun, Easy
Recently I hopped on a bicycle for the first time in several years. Instantly, my long-lost love of cycling was revived. Coincidentally, shortly after that,...

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Click Chick // Chronicling Tech Changes
Happy 30th, MidWeek! In honor of MidWeek’s 30th anniversary, I wanted to share my experience with MidWeek over the last several years. My journey with...

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Click Chick // Great Media Center Software
I’ve been using Plex for years and was absolutely thrilled to meet the chief product officer and co-founder Scott Olechowski earlier this year. Plex is...

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Click Chick // Google: It’s All About Android
Last week, Google held its seventh annual Google I/O developer conference, and as expected, it was an Android-centric show. The biggest emphasis was to take...

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Click Chick // Fire Phone Heats Up The Competition
Amazon’s highly anticipated Fire Phone officially was announced last week. Arriving in the middle of a heavy smartphone war, the Fire comes in with a...

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Click Chick // Kicking Off Summer Gaming At E3
It’s that time of year again, and the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) came and went in the blink of an eye. The highlights weren’t as...

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