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Acer to sell touch Chromebook at fraction of Google Pixel price

The company's new C720P Chromebook, due out next month, is just the second in the market to offer touch screen. But it will cost a mere $300, compared with the Google Pixel's $1,299 price tag.

By Nov. 26, 2013

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Loop ChargeCase

Scan your iPhone at nearly any credit card reader and pay for what you want: magic, or just weird? We tried LoopPay around town, and it really worked.

Jun. 24, 2014

MSRP: $99.00

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Frog Fractions 2 leaps into Kickstarter

Frog Fractions 2 is seeking funding, and it's somehow even more mystifying than its predecessor.

By Mar. 10, 2014

Review

Logitech PowerShell Controller + Battery

Logitech's first stab at an iOS game controller nails design and feel, but lacks flexibility or extra features.

Jan. 16, 2014

3 stars Editor's rating Jan. 16, 2014
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Lumosity (Android)

The free app from Lumosity doesn't do a lot to train your brain, and for the cost of the paid subscription, you don't get much more.

Jul. 2, 2014

3.5 stars Editor's rating Jul. 2, 2014

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iPhone 6

We're tracking all of the rumors on specs, size, release date, and more for Apple's next iPhone.

Apr. 16, 2014

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Adobe Lightroom for iPhone

Adobe ports its iPad app to the iPhone. It's cramped, as you might imagine, but functional.

Jun. 18, 2014

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iOgrapher Mobile Media Case for iPhone 5/5S

If your iPhone 5/5S has become your go-to video camera, the iOgrapher case helps make your results so much better.

Jun. 10, 2014

MSRP: $39.95

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Morgan Three Wheeler: Proper motoring

Arguably, the Morgan Three Wheeler introduced motoring to the masses of the Great Britain in the early 20th century. It was small, easy to fix, and cheap, so people bought them in droves.

By Jan. 20, 2014

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Google subtracts MathML from Chrome, and anger multiplies

Because of security and performance issues, Google's browser will rely on a JavaScript workaround, not native support, for showing math equations. That's angered researchers who like the Web standard.

By Nov. 5, 2013