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10.5-inch iPad Pro first impressions: My favorite iPad just got even better

I didn’t think there was an iPad I could like any more than the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. And then I met its successor.

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Why the Booq Superslim case might be the perfect MacBook Pro case

The Superslim is super slim, but it fits all your extra bits, too!

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VPN for dummies ... Or Dads ... Or why it's time to finally take the plunge

A good VPN isn't as complicated as it used to be, but it's still a pretty big step for a "regular" user to take. It's time to get my family used to it. Their data may depend on it.

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Logitech POP: How a button changed the way I interact with my smart home

The HomeKit-enabled Logitech POP Smart Button puts smart home control at your fingertips.

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Netatmo Weather Station is long on looks, longer on data

It was time to update my home weather station from something functional but ugly to something decidedly more modern. Netatmo has fit the bill nicely.

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All the things I absolutely LOVE about Things 3, and a few things I don't

Things was already a great to-do app, and now it's better than ever, if that's even possible.

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Steel HR brings brains, brawn, and battery to fitness smartwatches

More than a fitness tracker but not-quite-a-smartwatch, the Steel HR fits a sweet spot for me during my daily sweat sessions.

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Evapolar review: Your personal swamp cooler

Evapolar is the closest you're gonna get to having your own personal air conditioner – but some pretty hefty drawbacks come with the high price tag.

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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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