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Stagehand flips the endless runner with massive success

They said Spaceman might live forever. Then he swam in a lava lake.

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The Poof pet activity tracker makes helicopter pet parenting possible

Poof makes two Bluetooth LE lightweight pet activity trackers, the Pea and the Bean. The devices track and chart your pet's activity, calories, sleep, and rest. It'll also give you feeding recommendations based on your pet's activity.

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Fire Emblem Heroes Review: A beautiful and complex addition to the Fire Emblem Series!

Since my teenage years, I have gone out of my way to play every Fire Emblem game I possibly could. Needless to say, I was beyond excited to get my hands on Fire Emblem Heroes and dive into the first ever mobile version in the Fire Emblem series

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An animated review of Linea, my new favorite sketching app

How awesome is Linea, the Iconfactory's new app for sketching, writing, and idea-building? Let me show you in an animated and drawn review — using Linea itself.

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MacBook Pro 2016 re-review: Three months later

Three months into using the new MacBook Pro, here's the good, the bad, and the conclusion!

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Spigen Kuel AP12T Car Mount: Worth taking for every ride!

Whether you're using a car mount as a way to have easy access to your phone, or as a dash cam for peace of mind in case trouble arises on the road, look no further than Spigen's Kuel AP12T Car Mount.

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Red's Kingdom Review: A perfectly crafted adventure puzzle game

Red's Kingdom is a perfectly crafted adventure puzzle game that has a lot of depth. Buckle up: It's time to go on a nutty adventure!

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Ticwatch 2 review: give it a tickle

With Fitbit buying up all the competition, the smartwatch category grows smaller and smaller. Luckily, there are good options.

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How Pad & Quill transformed my MacBook Pro into an actual book

The strangest thing about this whole book-as-MacBook-case thing? I actually kind of dig it.

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With an iPad Pro and Astropad Studio, I may never need a Wacom tablet again

I’ve dreamed of making the iPad into a smart second screen experience for my Mac for years, but it’s Astropad Studio — not Apple — that seems poised to make that a reality.

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