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The Wirecutter:
Tech we're looking forward to in 2014: a realist's guide to CES   —  The annual Consumer Electronics Show is all about showing off what's in the future of hardware and gadgetry.  But although there are thousands of announcements and prototypes to sort through, most of what's announced at CES …
Jan 10, 2014, 7:50 AMIn context
J.D. Levite / The Wirecutter:
The Best Deals We Can Find   —  Because we think we can make a small difference by being picky, here are some great deals on solid pieces of gear. … We'll always put the newest deals at the top of the page.  We've also redesigned the deals page to be a more permanent addition to the site …
Nov 28, 2013, 6:45 PMIn context
Brian Lam / The Wirecutter:
New Blackberry?  New Blackberry   —  Let me be honest, I really don't care about the new Blackberry phones.  I specifically started this site so I could pass on writing stuff I knew was not really worth considering, like this.  —  But I am writing about it anyhow because I am really turned off …
Jan 31, 2013, 1:25 AMIn context
Brian Lam / The Wirecutter:
Some future gadgets I'd maybe buy (aka a realist's guide to CES)   —  Eight Wirecutter writers and I convened at the Consumer Electronics show this week.  You know, CES-The big gadget trade thing that serves as a sneak peek into the future of hardware.  Instead of soaking your news feed …
Jan 13, 2013, 7:50 AMIn context
Brian Lam / The Wirecutter:
Steve Jobs Was Always Kind To Me (Or, Regrets of An A**hole)   —  I met Steve Jobs while I worked at Gizmodo.  He was always a gentleman.  Steve liked me and he liked Gizmodo.  And I liked them back.  Some of my friends who I used to work with at Gizmodo refer to those days as the Good Old Days.
Oct 5, 2011, 11:05 PMIn context

Sponsor Posts

Microsoft:
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HP:
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VMware:
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