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iPhone 5c Apple case review

The iPhone 5c is designed to be mass-market, to be popular, to be colorful, fun, and friendly in the same way as the nano-chromatic iPods of generations past. Part of that pitch is the iPhone 5c case, something as bright and bold as the phone itself. If... a little croc-ishly, non-ishly awkward. 5 phones times 6 cases allows for 30 colorful combinations. So how do they look, how do they work, and which are the best combinations to get?

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iPhone 5s on AT&T: Data and voice review

The iPhone 5s is here, along with the new Touch ID fingerprint ID sensor, Apple A7 processor, M7 motion coprocessor, much improved iSight camera, and more LTE data support than ever. The best phone in the world is only as good as the carrier it's connected to, however, so for the last few days I've been testing it on AT&T in the U.S., and in several categories including call clarity, data speeds, tethering capabilities, and more. Does the updated LTE support that Apple is calling UltraFast really make a difference on AT&T? Are their any improvements over last year's iPhone 5, and if so, are they substantial? Let's find out!

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Hands on with the Apple iPhone 5c dock

Apple didn't just release 2 new phones this past week, it also released a bunch of official accessories to go with them. Apple skipped a generation with the iPhone 5 with regards to offering up a dock, but with the release of the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c they're back. What we've got here is the iPhone 5c dock, that doubles up and will also cater quite nicely for the iPhone 5/5s.

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iTunes Radio for Mac OS X and Windows PC review

First announced in June at WWDC 2013, iTunes Radio has been in private beta ever since, accessible only by registered iOS developers. With the public release of iOS 7 and iTunes 11.1, iTunes Radio is now ready for the big time. Sadly, the service is still U.S. only at this point, though with Apple's global reach in the music space already, we can't imagine it being the case for too long.

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iOS 7 review

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Olloclip Quick-Flip case for iPhone 5 review: An expensive but convenient companion to your Olloclip lenses

Olloclip doesn't just make lens attachments for the iPhone anymore, the range has expanded to include the first case in the range. It's called the Quick-Flip, and the idea behind it is incredible simple. Yet for frequent Olloclip photographers, the Quick-Flip's simple idea could be the most convenient, time saving accessory they could buy. And that's because of who made it.

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DeskConnect trumps iOS 7 AirDrop for file sharing

DeskConnect is a new app available for download from the App Store and Mac App Store that enables you to quickly and easily share files between Macs and iOS devices. And it's free

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BioLite CampStove review - charge your iPhone with fire

Camping season ain’t over yet! One gadget that I’ve been eyeballing for some time is the BioLite CampStove, and I finally got some time to give it a shot. Yes, you charge your iPhone with fire. It’s pretty awesome.

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MyFitnessPal for iPhone review: Easily log workouts, diet, and more

MyFitnessPal is one of the best general fitness logging apps on the iPhone. Not only can you log workouts but food and water intake as well. What's more, it connects to hardware like Fitbit and Jawbone UP, and is available on most mobile platforms. Check out the video above for my full review!

If you haven't tried it yet, download it now and get going! If you have, tell us how you like it and how you're using it!

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Best compact Bluetooth keyboards for Mac

Wires are ugly; they create clutter and can get tangled and generally are just a nuisance. Fortunately all Macs have had Bluetooth for a long time, so you have wireless alternatives. "Tenkeyless" keyboards eschew a numeric keypad; many people don't need them, so keypads take up extra space that you just don't need on your desk. Few companies produce Mac-specific Bluetooth keyboards; fewer still have keyboards we can recommend. Here are three that I think are excellent choices for a wireless desktop setup.

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