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There’s little worse than an amazing set of in-ear monitors that constantly fall out, and without that seal they’re not doing their job right. With some silicone putty, however, you can get a fit that seals right and locks tight.

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March 31st, 2011 is “World Backup Day”—celebrate it by using free software Clonezilla to clone an exact copy of your OS system disk, regardless if you use Windows, Mac OS, or Linux!

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If you go searching online for ways to speed up your computer you’ll immediately run into a variety of registry cleaning applications. Is registry cleaning effective? Weigh in with your experiences.

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Link reaches the end of his quest but wait, he did it without the sword?! Just how did he do it? Watch to find out what his ingenious solution was!

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Remember the smirky dog from Duck Hunt that laughed at you every time you got a bad score? Well here is your chance for revenge. This quick and easy to play flash game lets you hunt the dog instead!

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Revering your lens in order to take inexpensive macro photos is a common trick but it exposes the inner elements of your lens in a way they weren’t intended to be. This simple filter adapter protects your lens during the reverse-lens process.

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If you’re looking for cheap and reliable online storage—who isn’t?—you can score a year 20GB of online storage from Amazon for under a buck. How? Read on as we highlight the perks of Amazon’s Cloud Drive and how to get nearly-free storage.

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Logging your daily achievements is an excellent motivator and a great way to see what you’ve accomplished. iDoneThis automates the process by sending you a daily email prompt and logging your replies.

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Space Station [DesktopNexus]

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If you want to give your retro game playing a properly retro look, this great mod uses the shell of an SNES system to house an emulator that plays games from over eight different systems.

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Want to change your login screen? Don’t know how? You might think it’s very hard and requires super-geeky skills but it’s really simple and you won’t believe how easy it is to do it. Keep reading for the easy instructions.

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A few months ago, we sent our ubergeeky writer Justin down to a Samsung event to check out their new line of Smart TVs, where he also created a video showing off how their search feature works. It’s worth watching, if for no other reason than to see how well he did.

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You’re tearing it up in Angry Birds, finding elegant smashed-avian-solutions for every level, and then you hit a wall. No matter what you do you can’t figure the level out. Take a peek at these video walkthroughs to blast through to the next level.

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Watch as our hero and his girlfriend get caught up in the war between the birds and pigs. The biggest problem for them though is finding out who the real bad guys are in this conflict.

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If you love all things Google then here is one item that you will definitely want for your collection. Google recently started a publication focused on the subject of data for their partners and advertisers called Think Quart...

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Capturing beautiful shots of lightening in action is challenging. This DIY trigger uses the lighting itself as a photo trigger ensuring you’ll never miss your shot.

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Microsoft Virtual PC is a free application that helps you create your own virtual machines inside your current operating system, so you can test software, or learn a new environment easily. Here’s how to get started.

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Sendoid is a file sharing client designed to shuttle files quickly between browsers and desktops with little need for configuration or firewall tweaking.

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ubuntu an alien? [DesktopNexus]

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Think you play more than the average gamer? Own more consoles? Check out this infographic guide to stats about players, console sales, and popular games to see.

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