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Alison Young
Click Chick // It’s Clean Out Your Computer Day
It’s not very widely known, but Feb. 10 is Clean Out Your Computer Day. As its name suggests, it’s a day to review and delete...

Alison Young
Click Chick // Rabbit TV Hops Into View At International CES
Although the Rabbit TV USB has been around for more than a year now, I’d never heard of it until I went to the recent...

Alison Young
Click Chick // Norton Mobile Security At CES
One of my highlights at the recent International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was visiting the Norton Truck and Recharge Lounge. It had food, coffee and...

Alison Young
Click Chick // 2014 International CES Highlights
This year’s International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has quickly come and gone, and after walking miles and miles through exhibits and products, I’m glad to...

Alison Young
Click Chick // What To Expect At CES 2014
Happy New Year! By the time you read this, I’ll be in the midst of the massive Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2014 crowds. Just from...

Alison Young
Click Chick // #MyKiplingBag Tour Hits Honolulu
Happy New Year! I had the honor of attending last week’s #MyKiplingBag Tour Honolulu event, which featured the whimsical world of Kipling, and just outside,...

Alison Young
Click Chick // New Mac Pro: Performance Plus
Apple kept its promise to release the new Mac Pro before the end of the year, and it finally came out last week. Initially announced...

Alison Young
Click Chick // PS4 Versus the Xbox One?
Last week Microsoft announced it sold more than 2 million Xbox One consoles worldwide since its launch, which is about the same as its Sony...

Alison Young
Click Chick // A Sleighful Full Of Shopping Apps
Now that Thanksgiving is over and done with, most of us are thinking about Christmas. This year I’m so behind I didn’t even start my...

Alison Young
Click Chick // Replace All Those Cards With A ‘Coin’
A small company in San Francisco recently experienced wild success with its crowdfunding campaign to raise $50,000. Coin, the Y Combinator-backed startup, was able to...

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