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We love having a technology-packed house as much as the next geek, but not all our gizmos, gadgets, and peripherals are exactly Home and Garden approved. How do you enjoy all your tech without your living room and office look...

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That hard drive has lots of life left in it…

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If you use Internet Explorer 9, we found a useful program, called IE Tweaker Plus, that allows you to easily tweak and customize over 27 settings in the browser, as well as create customized IE9 shortcuts that automatically open IE in InPrivate mode.

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Think you know the answer? Click through to see if you're right!

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If you’ve got some old wired telephones laying around for want of a project, this simple hack turns two wired phones into an intercom.

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In this informative video we’re treated to a look at how atomic clocks work with a bonus tie-in showing how important accurate time keeping is for the GPS satellite network.

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With the imminent release of Windows 8 on the horizon, browser makers have been hard at work on Metro versions of their product for Microsoft’s new system. This week Google has officially released its first Metro versio...

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We’ve seen desks with LEDs under frosted glass before, but this is the first desk we’ve seen where the LEDs serve as a sophisticated notification system.

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Some Android apps on Google Play claim to be incompatible with various devices. There’s a good chance that these apps will run fine on many of these devices – you can bypass this check with root access.

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