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  • Sony BDP-S570 3D Blu-ray Player Review https://t.co/9inG2ADZbC #BluRayPlayer #sony
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  • Blue Microphones Yeti USB Microphone... https://t.co/WH7D3e6F2P #BlueMicrophones #HomeStudio #RecordingMicrophones #USBMicrophones #Yeti
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  • Element Case Vapor Pro Elite Review – For iPhone 4/4s https://t.co/lFPbvuz0uA #Aluminum #Case #iPhone4s #review
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  • Ubuntu 10.04 ("Lucid Lynx") Review https://t.co/Kjb0bIGzvm #Linux #OperatingSystems #Ubuntu
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  • Assassin’s Creed Android Review

    Assassin’s Creed: Altair’s Chronicles should look somewhat familiar to you. It was released in 2008 on the Nintendo DS and in 2009 for iPhone. And now Gameloft has ported the adventure to Android. If you were a fan of Ubisoft’s ambitious Xbox 360/PlayStation 3 production, you know the set-up. An assassin named...

  • Assassin's Creed Android Review

    Assassin’s Creed: Altair’s Chronicles should look somewhat familiar to you. It was released in 2008 on the Nintendo DS and in 2009 for iPhone. And now Gameloft has ported the adventure to Android. If you were a fan of Ubisoft’s ambitious Xbox 360/PlayStation 3 production, you know the set-up. An assassin named...

  • Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Ultimate Edition Review

    It’s only been a couple of months and 2010 is already shaping up to be one of the best ever for gamers. If your wallet hasn’t already been emptied, Electronic Arts and development studio DICE have tossed yet another videogame on the pile that can’t be missed. Battlefield: Bad Company 2 ups...

  • UFC Undisputed 2010 PSP Review

    UFC Undisputed 2010 on PSP is going to be an interesting case study. Here, you have a portable port of a big budget PlayStation 3/Xbox 360 game. The fighters, modes, and options you’d expect from those versions have been carried over to the PSP, and from a broad perspective the transition went...

  • Time Crisis 2nd Strike iPhone Review

    Time Crisis 2nd Strike is Namco’s latest iPhone adaptation of its popular light gun series – and things are still a little screwy. As an ace super agent hot on the trail of a gang of terrorists, you must tap-tap-tap your way out of dangerous situations against waves of gunmen. But there...

  • Microsoft Office 2010 Review

    Microsoft has put its final touches on Office 2010, an enhanced version of Office 2007 that users will be able to download starting on May 11 (the boxed, retail version arrives sometime in June). As with many new iterations of popular applications, one vital question must be asked: Do you need the...

  • Laplink PCsync 6 Review

    Working and playing across multiple computers can leave your important data scattered. Laplink aims to centralize your digital life with PCsync 6 ($19.97 Direct), the latest version of its file migration and synchronization software. PCsync 6 lets users quickly and easily synchronize files and folders between PCs using a network, wireless network,...

  • Corel WordPerfect Office X5 Standard Edition Review

    Corel WordPerfect Office X5 is the only PC-based office application suite that doesn’t try to mimic Microsoft Office. It provides a true alternative to Office, not a watered-down imitation, and that’s exactly why it survives in a Microsoft-centric universe. Open-source, freeware application suites like OpenOffice.org (Free, ) try to act as much...

  • Adobe Flash Catalyst CS5 Review

    Given the fractious relationship that can often exist between designers and developers, the biggest surprise about Adobe Flash Catalyst ($399 list) is that it took until Creative Suite 5 for this brand-new app to make its debut. Intended to let designers take their creations to the next level themselves, it breaks down...

  • Ubuntu 10.04 (“Lucid Lynx”) Review

    One of the long-standing problems with Linux is that even the varieties that aim for accessibility often look like something ordinary people won’t want to use. This has been true of even the most populist free flavor—and certainly the one with the highest name recognition—Ubuntu, which “out of the box” had the...

  • Comodo Internet Security Suite 4.0 Review

    If your computer doesn’t have firewall and antivirus protection, you risk exposing it and personal information to all manner of malware. You owe it to yourself and the online community at large to install security. Comodo Internet Security 4.0 offers free firewall and antivirus protection, along with a budding “Social Authentication” browser...

  • Pinnacle Studio 14 Ultimate Review

    Pinnacle Studio 14 Ultimate ($99.99, direct) is the latest in the Avid-owned company’s long line of content creation software for PC-based audio and video enthusiasts. Pinnacle is firmly committed to the entry-level consumer and doesn’t include the sophisticated automatic editing features of Premiere Elements 8, or the high-end targeted hardware optimizations that...