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kaboodle

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Portable USB charger runs on AA batteries

This portable USB charger offers a point of difference: it's a DIY assemble-yourself kit that runs on AA batteries.

By January 29, 2014

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Mind-numbing mobile plans do buyers no favors (Smartphones Unlocked)

Carriers' actions and reactions have made calculating the true cost of a smartphone more time-consuming than ever before.

By October 19, 2013

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Broken iPod Touch: Repair or replace?

So your precious iPod kissed the pavement, shattering its screen. Are you better off buying a replacement, or can it be repaired?

By July 23, 2012

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Samsung snaps up Sony's share of joint S-LCD business for $940m

Samsung will soon own the whole kaboodle of the flat-panel manufacturing joint venture it established with Sony in 2004.

By December 26, 2011

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The quest for a universal port: are we there yet?

With thinner and thinner laptops coming in, and the need for greater speed than ever, the requirement for a universal port is nigh. But that doesn't mean that we'll see it anytime soon.

By November 2, 2011

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April Fools' Day 2011--who's gonna get you, sucka?

The annual prank fest is once again upon us. Behold the foolhardy brainstorms from the likes of Google (again and again and again), Hulu, Toshiba, and a spacey Richard Branson.

By April 1, 2011

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Big-media acquisitions roll on as Hearst snaps up Kaboodle

The two companies have confirmed that the publishing powerhouse has acquired the social shopping start-up, but no financial terms have been disclosed.

By August 8, 2007

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Get The Beatles: Rock Band for $99.99 shipped

This is the whole Value Edition kit and kaboodle, including drums, a guitar, and a microphone--everything you need for your own Fab Four. Er, three.

By November 5, 2009

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Energizer AP1500 powers, recharges iPhones on the run

Battery power: there's never enough. Energizer's pricey but pretty new power pack gives you twice as much runtime. It's great for long trips, emergencies, and the like.

By July 9, 2009