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Reduce computer-related eyestrain

If you spend long hours working at a computer, as many of us do, you may find yourself suffering from eyestrain. Sharon Vaknin offers five helpful tips to help reduce or even prevent the discomfort caused by staring at your monitor all day.

By May 31, 2012


Five surefire ways to reduce computer eyestrain

Try these five helpful tips to help reduce or even prevent the discomfort caused by staring at your monitor all day.

By June 1, 2012


LCD vs. e-ink: The eyestrain debate

With the upcoming release of the Barnes & Noble Nook Color "reader's tablet," a lot of people are talking about eyestrain when using a backlit display technology like LCD. Is it a myth?

By October 29, 2010


Build an ergonomic home office - How to eliminate eyestrain

In this step, we'll show you the proper way to set up your monitor and rid yourself of eyestrain, headaches, and sore neck muscles.

May 21, 2008


DirecTV launches first all-3D channel, we almost launch lunch

A few of the programs on DirecTV's new n3D channel try too hard with the 3D effect, causing significant issues with eyestrain and sickness.

By July 6, 2010


Don't let your PC wear out your eyes

Computer-related eyestrain is the most common ailment among office workers, but a few changes to your work area and habits can help prevent vision woes because of long-term PC use.

By July 2, 2010


DIY Home Theater: Backlight your TV

By placing a simple light behind your TV, you create the illusion of depth, resulting in less eyestrain and a more pleasant viewing experience.

May 21, 2008


Google: Glass can cause headaches, but it's not our fault

Despite reports that some Glass users are experiencing headaches, Google doesn't believe that the product should carry a warning.

By May 20, 2014


Change the font on your Android device

​Ready for a change to make your Android device feel new or just different? Check out these steps for changing your font.

By August 29, 2014


Archos 704 WiFi: Magnificent 7 inches

Archos prepares to rock the portable video market with a 7-inch screen and enough storage space for over 100 DVD-quality movies. Goodbye eyestrain

By March 6, 2007