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SCRAP Review: A fun, cute, and predictable iPhone game

This week I took a look at SCRAP, an auto-running platformer that has a very cute robotic protagonist who seems to be having a bad day.

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MrMobile's BlackBerry KEYone review: Stretch those thumbs

The BlackBerry KEYone is more than just another anachronistic appeal to nostalgia. It's the best BlackBerry on shelves today, bearing the best keyboard you can find on an Android phone in 2017.

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Tenor for Mac puts GIFs on your MacBook Pro Touch Bar

Need a GIF right away? You can have them right at your fingertips with Tenor for Mac.

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Aukey WatchTower review: Low-cost connected security done mostly easy

Aukey is a longtime seller of, well, all things electronic. Turns out that means IP cameras and an integrated security system, too — and at a price that doesn't break the bank.

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Review: Apple's Beats Solo3 headphones are gorgeous, but flawed

The Beats Solo3 are super stylish, but lack of noise cancellation ultimately dooms them in my quest for perfect wireless headphones.

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MrMobile's Top Notch Tech

When MrMobile says something is Top Notch, it definitely is.

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Jelly smartphone review: So tiny

It's just a little bigger than a horse pill but it comes with Android 7.0 and a removable battery. Is Jelly worth braving the hazards of thumb cramps (and Kickstarter)? MrMobile's got the answer.

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Review: ColorWare skins help you affordably customize your MacBook Pro

You love your MacBook Pro, but let’s face it, it looks exactly like every other MacBook you see at Starbucks or at the airport. Unless, of course, you’re already using a ColorWare skin.

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Apple Watch Nike+ review

NikeLab has just announced an exclusive new "neutral-toned" style Apple Watch NikeLab. It's identical to all current Apple Watch Nike+ models in every way but style. If you like it, you'll need to get it [directly from Nike](http://news.nike.com/news

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Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ review: Simply two of the best

Whether you're a Mac user who can't leave their Android phone behind or you're curious to give the Android operating system a try, the Galaxy S8 is too pretty of a package to overlook.

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