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Apple Watch SE review: An excellent starter smartwatch

Smartwatches have evolved since the first Apple Watch. Sort of. They still look largely the same, battery life is still an issue and, often, software is fairly limited. Yet, they’ve secured their place on many wrists by offering more fitness and health tracking tools over time. And, not surprisingly, Apple quickly became the top seller …

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Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ review: Samsung’s best can’t fix Android’s flaws

For years, Samsung has been trying to make the perfect 2-in-1. It seems to have given up on the Windows-based Galaxy Book line to focus on the Galaxy Tab. That probably has something to do with Android’s far larger app library. But Google’s OS is notoriously inferior at multitasking and doesn’t exactly shine on a …

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How to Leverage Uniswap – Ethereum’s Noncustodial Defi Trading Platform

In 2020 decentralized exchanges (dex) have grown quite mature compared to just a few years ago. One specific dex gathering a lot of steam this year in the defi world is Uniswap, a trading platform that held $1.3 billion locked in value and dominated most defi applications by over 18% Friday evening. The following review …

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Vava 4K short-throw projector review: Home theater on a relative budget

My TV is officially too small. That’s the first thing I learned after turning on the Vava 4K laser projector in my front room. The second thing I learned is that short-throw projectors — sometimes known as Laser TVs — have come a long way in recent years. The Vava is about the size of …

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Exploring Decentraland: A Review of the Virtual World Built on Ethereum

During the last two weeks, I’ve been roaming around the virtual world Decentraland in order to get some perspective on the platform supported by the Ethereum Blockchain. The following is a review of my experience in Decentraland and observing all that has been built since it was invoked over four years ago. Four years ago, …

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In ‘Ghost of Tsushima,’ Sony saves PS4’s best for last

Sucker Punch hasn’t released a game since Infamous: First Light back in 2014. But the developer has not spent the six years since sitting idle. They’ve undertaken a herculean effort to produce one of the final AAA titles for the Playstation 4 platform — the PS4’s swan song, if you will. I, for one, have …

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Review: Crypto.com’s Ruby Steel Prepaid Visa Card

A number of members in the cryptocurrency community, typically people who are paid in crypto assets, have tried a myriad of prepaid cards that can be credited with digital currencies like bitcoin. The following post is a review on the Crypto.com prepaid Visa card in order to give our readers some perspective on how the …

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Dell XPS 15 review (2020): The ideal 15-inch laptop for creatives

For the past few years, it’s seemed like Dell just forgot about the XPS 15. While the XPS 13 and XPS 13 2-in-1 have evolved into some of the most polished ultrabooks we’ve ever seen, their larger sibling was cursed with a boring and chunky look. That all changes this year. The latest XPS 15 …

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A new mom reviews two smart breast pumps

What’s it like having newborn twins? Well, the other day while eating a cinnamon roll for breakfast at 1:30pm, I accidentally bit off the end of the plastic fork I was using and I just kept chewing because I simply did not have time to react. I am writing this from the front seat of …

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