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    Review: Senta Ally Bluetooth Stereo Speaker w/ FM

    by Ryan McLaughlin ~ October 20th, 2013

    Portable Bluetooth speakers are dime a dozen, but if you have the right one it can be used with a mobile device to boost its audio so that it is more enjoyable and can be shared with others. With so many manufacturers of portable speakers it may be difficult to pick the right one. Today I will be looking at the Senta Ally speaker system and if it is good then hopefully this will make the decision a little easier

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    Review: Straight Talk T-Mobile vs AT&T

    by Ryan McLaughlin ~ March 2nd, 2013

    I recently bought a LG Nexus 4 and because it is unlocked I wanted to use it on a prepaid phone plan. I had previously been using PagePlus, but because this is not a Verizon phone they do not support it. So I had to find a new carrier. After considering my options I went with Straight Talk because they have unlimited data and talk for just $45 a month. However Straight talk uses either T-Mobile or AT&T and I had to choose one before I could use it

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    Review: HP Elitebook 8770w Mobile Workstations

    by Ryan McLaughlin ~ February 22nd, 2013

    The Elitebook Mobile Workstation is HP’s top of the line business notebook, and the 8770w is at the top of that series. The Elitebook 8770w includes several upgrade from last years model, including a faster processor, better screen, and a better video card

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    Review: LG Nexus 4 Phone

    by Ryan McLaughlin ~ December 21st, 2012

    The Nexus 4 phone from LG is Google’s latest attempt at showing the world what a Android phone should look like. The big question that everyone has is, does it meet those high expectations? Well, as usual this all depends on what you are looking for


Review: HP xw8600 Workstation

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ October 3rd, 2008

The HP xw8600 workstation is the latest in a line of workstations from HP. This is one of their high end machines, and has a lot of expandability for companies and individuals that need a lot of power


Review: C.Crane CC WiFi Internet Radio

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ September 30th, 2008

Internet radio is fast becoming an alternative to standard AM, FM, and Shortwave radio. It is actually a lot like satellite radio. You have access to radio stations from around the world and many of them are commercial free. So who better to harness these stations and bring them home than C.Crane, the maker of some of the best radios in the world

Untangle Launches Re-Router Technology

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ September 22nd, 2008

Untangle today announced its Re-Router™ Technology – the first solution that enables Windows desktops to also perform network gateway services like blocking spam, spyware, viruses, adware and inappropriate websites for the whole network

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HP TouchSmart IQ800 Desktop PC Announced

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ September 19th, 2008

HP today announced new consumer notebook and desktop PCs and accessories that push the boundaries of personal computing design and experience while making it even easier for people to enjoy their photos, music and other content with anyone, anywhere


HBI Launches Dreamkeeper 400

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ September 18th, 2008

HBI USA (www.HBIUSA.com), a biomedical device company, today announced the launch of DreamKeeper 400 which uses its proprietary Breath Synchronization Program (BSP) and Parallelized ElectroStatic Field (PESF) technology to safely rebuild the user’s biological clock and improve the quality and duration of sleep


Casio Introduces New High Speed Exilim Digital Camera

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ September 16th, 2008

Casio America, Inc., in conjunction with its parent company, Casio Computer Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, today announced the release of its newest EXILIM digital camera, the HIGH SPEED EXILIM EX-FH20. This remarkable new camera is capable of ultra high-speed burst shooting at 40 fps and can record high speed movies at up to 1,000 fps

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by Ryan McLaughlin ~ September 14th, 2008

JusTech’n is expanding and we need your help. We would like to post a lot more reviews than we currently are, and we would like to pay you for helping us. If you have just purchased a new MP3 Player, GPS, Computer, Printer, Monitor, TV, PDA, Cell Phone, or just about any other technological device, and you would like to make some money from it, write a review and send it to us


Review: C.Crane CC Witness

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ September 13th, 2008

iPods are by far the most popular MP3 players on the market. However, iPods and other MP3 players have neglected a very important market, radio listeners. While most MP3 players include an FM radio hardly any of them have an AM radio. C.Crane has long been known to provide top quality AM and FM radios of all shapes and sizes. The CC Witness is their latest, and smallest, offering


Review: HP TouchSmart iQ506 PC

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ September 6th, 2008

Several years ago HP came out with the first all-in-one touch screen PC, the TouchSmart 770. This machine was mostly a desktop PC with a touchscreen mounted to the top. This year they redesigned the TouchSmart and made it much more elegant and smaller. The TouchSmart iQ506 is not much bigger than the touchscreen it is built into


New Touch Control Speaker for the Home Introduced by Genius

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ August 22nd, 2008

Genius, a division of KYE Systems Corp., announced today a sleek new three piece speaker system that includes an innovative DRD 3D sound effect for greater acoustic range and powerful base. The SW-T2.1 1800 2.1 Touch Speaker system is a larger version of the recently announced SP-T1200 and both speaker systems have a touch panel screen to control function, volume, bass or treble all with the touch of a finger. Combing fun with great sound, everything is controlled right from the front of the speaker


Dell Inspiron 910 Specs and Possible Release Date

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ August 18th, 2008

Dell released a couple of images of their new Netbook. They are calling it the Inspiron 910


Review: Magellan Maestro 5310 GPS

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ August 15th, 2008

Have you ever gone somewhere new and gotten lost? Or have you had to print out pages and pages of maps just so you know where you are going? With the Magellan Maestro 5310 you won’t have to worry about getting lost or printing maps anymore


Review: Logitech diNovo Mini Keyboard

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ August 14th, 2008

Logitech is well known for making computer peripherals, such as keyboards and mice. Their diNovo line of wireless keyboards are great for everyday use. However, if you ever needed something smaller and more portable you would have been out of luck, until recently. The diNovo Mini is not only small enough to fit in your pocket, but it also functions as a keyboard, mouse, and remote control


Review: Untangle Open Source Network Gateway

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ August 13th, 2008

If you manage a network that is connected to the Internet, then it needs to be protected. It doesn’t matter if the network is part of a business or in a home, it is at risk. Most people use software to protect their computers. Each computer would be loaded with Anti-virus, Firewall and Anti-Spyware software. This method is not only difficult to maintain, but can also be expensive if you have to pay for the software each time you load it on another computer. Instead, you could use a gateway that has all those things on one computer and protects your whole network. Untangle provides such software, and best of all its free


HP Brings DreamColor Accuracy to Mobile Power Users

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ August 11th, 2008

Today at SIGGRAPH 2008, HP expanded its DreamColor technology portfolio with the introduction of a powerful mobile workstation – the HP EliteBook 8730w Mobile Workstation with DreamColor Display – that offers professionals exceptional color accuracy.