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About Daryl

Daryl Deino has been a technology enthusiast since 1995 and has written for several newspapers and technology sites. Please reach him at [email protected]

What’s So Exciting About The Nintendo Switch?

The title of this article is written, of course, as a hypothetical question. It’s something that someone who isn’t into video games (yours truly) would ask. So, let’s take a look at Nintendo’s upcoming gaming device, which is set to … Continue reading

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Dell XPS 15 9560 (2017 Version): First Impressions

I was able to get my hands on Dell’s 2017 version of the XPS 15, which is supposed to be the 15.6-inch version of Dell’s XPS 13 laptop. This is the version with the 4K screen, Quad-Core Intel i7 processor … Continue reading

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HTC Vive To Go Mobile: Will People Care?

I’ve written about the desktop HTC Vive a lot in this blog. It’s the most fascinating product I bought last year, returned it, and decided to repurchase the VIVE cause I couldn’t live without it. I don’t use it as … Continue reading

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First Impressions: HP Spectre x360 (13-Inch, 2017 4K Version)

A couple days back, I wrote about the new 13-inch HP Spectre X360, which now comes in  a 4K version that has digital inking capabilities. I have been playing with a review unit for the past day. Here are some … Continue reading

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HP Releases 4K Version Of Spectre X360 With Pen Support

The late 2016 version of the HP Spectre x360 13.3-inch convertible is, perhaps, the most critically acclaimed ultrabook of last year. The Verge is just one of the sites that calls Spectre the best Windows laptop of 2016. “The Spectre … Continue reading

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Apple’s BeatsX: First Impressions

Yesterday, I got my hands (and ears) on the new BeatsX wireless earbud set. The product is wireless (but the buds are wired together) and has received a lot of hype. Like the AirPods, the BeatsX easily connects to an Apple … Continue reading

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Apple Moves Many Apple Watch Units in Q4 2016, But Is It Really Enough?

Apple might have not revealed exact Watch sales from last quarter, but one market research expert has. Fortune has the news. “The tech giant sold 6 million Apple Watch units worldwide during the fourth quarter according to research firm Canalys. Apple … Continue reading

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Surface Pro, iPad Pro, And Galaxy Note 5: Comparing Styluses For Top Devices

The stylus for mobile devices has certainly grown in the past ten years. Most people used a stylus as a replacement for their fingers ten years ago since capacitive touch screens were barely available. These were passive styluses that didn’t … Continue reading

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VR Baseball – Home Run Derby Shows The Power Of Virtual Reality

The thought of a VR baseball simulation may make some dizzy, but VR Baseball – Home Run Derby has produced a simple experience that not only makes you feel like you are a batter, but it can help you practice … Continue reading

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Are Waiters In Danger Of Being Replaced With Tablets And Robots?

If you go to a restaurant such as Olive Garden or Outback, you will notice that there is a tablet on the table. In a handful of these locations, you can order your own food. However, in most, the waiter … Continue reading

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