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  • Tour Our Data Center!

    Take a behind the scenes look at the technology we use to run our network!

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  • How to Build a Dust Collection System - GeekBeat

    Dust collection systems are extremely useful in garages. John P. shows you how you can build one for yourself.

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  • John P's Last Show

    Facebook goes 360, a stretchy fiber that's tougher than Kevlar, video streaming on Twitter, and the end of an era...

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  • Review: BenQ treVolo Electrostatic Speaker

    We're going to take a complete look at BenQ's fantastic little treVolo Bluetooth electrostatic speaker.

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  • Self-Driving Cars Come of Age

    Self-driving cars are coming at us faster than you can get from zero to 60!

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  • #SXSW: Global Collaboration with Musicians and 360-Degree Images With No Stitching

    While checking out SXSW we found a cool 360-degree camera and a new service that lets musicians collaborate no matter where they are in the world.

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  • Review: Monster DNA Pro 2.0 Over-Ear Headphones

    The high-end headphone line was really created by Monster. They filled a space between the studio-quality gear made by companies like Sennheiser and the cheap $10-$15 ones you could pick up at Walmart. Monster shows us why with the DNA Pro 2.0 Over-Ear headphones.

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  • #SXSW: Build Your Ultimate Custom Guitar with Moniker Guitars

    Guitarists love having distinctive and unique instruments, but that kind of individuality can come with a high price. Moniker Guitars is out to change that.

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  • What is SXSW?

    You've probably heard of South by South West (SXSW) - we head down here almost every year to check out what's going on... so what IS going on? What's SXSW all about?

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  • First Look at New HP Business Printers for 2015

    Looking for a printing solution for your growing business? HP introduced a new set of printers aimed at small-to-medium sized companies at an event in New York this week. Our friend Jeffrey Powers was there and made sure we got scoop. The three printers he looked at are 40% faster per page, not just on single-sided jobs, but also on duplexing.

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