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During our boring time in Vegas attending CES, we came across a bunch of guys that were surrounded by sheep. Now, if it wasn’t for the fact they were also surrounded by gorgeous Apple computers, Mike and I probably would of just walked on by. They asked us their questions on how we back up, if we use Time Machine and so on and so on. After hearing their talk for a few minutes, it clicked. Mixing a “set it and forget it” service like Time Machine with cloud based storage is ingenious. It makes sense. I’ve been using Dolly…

In the custom PC world, overclocking is the name of the game for the hardest of hardcore users. Wringing out extra performance from your hardware — for free — is one of the best feelings in the world. The only problem: increasing CPU speed and voltage means extra heat. While the most extreme PC enthusiasts will immediately look towards custom water cooling loops as they offer the most options and performance. But, what if you’re just dipping your toes into this whole custom PC thing. That’s where high-end air coolers such as the NZXT Havik 140 come into play. Step…

We’ve already had some (literal) hands-on time with two paris of Agloves’ fantastic touchscreen gloves (1, 2) as well as a heavier duty pair by Isotoner (review). All three pairs of gloves worked well at both keeping out digits warm and allowing us to still interact with our beloved touchscreens. And today we add another notch to our belt by way of NewerTech’s NuTouch gloves. Hop inside as we try out the latest pair of geek-ware to pass through our hallowed halls…

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