Tech Reviews

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Blast Magazine’s iPhone review

I took the sim card out of my old formerly-Cingular phone and inserted it into the shiny new iPhone. I plugged it into my computer. iTunes came up said it found an iPhone and asked me to activate it. iTun...
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Otto Surround Sound Stereo Headset

Most people think of gaming as a visual medium, and why not--most of the action takes place right there on the screen, where you can see it. However, much like the movies, video games are a multi-sensory med...
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Parallels 3.0

Parallels allows Intel-processor Macs to emulate an x86 system. This allows them to run all versions of Windows and even Linux. Pre-Windows 2000 support is questionable in Parallels. Windows 98 and below wil...
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iHome iH4 iPod alarm clock

SDI Technologies struck gold in 2005 with the popularity of its iPod-compatible clock radio, the iHome iH5 ($99). In an attempt to expand upon its success, SDI recently introduced a new line of iPod-dockable au...
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Maxtor OneTouch III Mini Edition

There never seems to be enough space for all of our growing amounts of data today. Even with the newest large capacity hard drives sold today in new laptops, media such as music, high resolution pictures or mov...