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Review: It’s time to try defying gravity with Terrella for iOS

It actually behaves more like magnetism than gravity, but it’s all good.

Review: You don’t need the full hardware setup to enjoy SketchBook Pro

SketchBook Pro 7 is where the digital artwork toys are.

Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen has chosen iOS

It kind of brings back the glory days of leveling up.

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Back to school with the Omni Reloaded foldable chair

Great for watching movies, playing games, passing out…all the important college activities.

Exploring Left in the Dark: No One On Board for OS X

The ghost girl says not to get on the ship, so let’s get on that ship!

Seidio Innocell Plus Combo battery case review

A slim but useful battery backup to keep your iPhone going through those long days.

Still playing Draw Something? You need the Just Mobile AluPen Digital

The stylus you’ve been waiting for since first touching nib to screen.

Lemur Monitors BlueDriver Bluetooth-enabled OBD II scanner review

Diagnose your check engine light twice, and you’ve already covered the cost of the BlueDriver.

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Taotronics’ Elune LED Multi-function Desk Lamp, reviewed

It does what it claims, just don’t pay list price for it. Or even half.

Review: The iRig MIDI 2 might be the perfect MIDI interface

IK Multimedia has really delivered in every way.

Custom InkFusion Pro case for iPhone 5c review

Excellent protection for your phone, vivid color for your photos.

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A night out with Hitman: Absolution – Elite Edition for Mac review

We have to acknowledge Feral Interactive for understanding what games we want before we want them. As Mac gamers, we see the PC and console releases and often think, “That’d be nice to have.” We’d take them all, good or bad. Feral is smarter. They pick and choose, and largely make the right decisions. Hitman: Absolution – Elite Edition is one of their latest right decisions.