Author Archives: Nate Swanner


TravelCard review: backup battery power in your pocket

TravelCard review: backup battery power in your pocket

Battery packs are ubiquitous now, with just about everyone offering up their take on how to charge your phone in a pinch. A new entry into the market, TravelCard, battles your draining smartphone battery at the pinnacle of the battery backup wars: the credit-card sized power pack genre. Could such a svelte packet actually power up your smartphone? We go hands-on to find out.

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Ikea’s secret to amazing catalogs? CGI, and lots of it

Ikea’s secret to amazing catalogs? CGI, and lots of it

You walk into that big, bold store and tell yourself “don’t forget a catalog on the way out this time”. The Ikea catalog is a good barometer for style on a budget, and something lying around many homes and apartments. If you recently wondered why their staged rooms looked so good while yours looks so plain, the answer may be a bit more complex than you think. Turns out, they probably didn’t stage anything - it’s CGI.

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iPhone 6 may have 1GB RAM after all

iPhone 6 may have 1GB RAM after all

Sometimes, the right people see the right articles, and can add some needed insight. One clever sleuth thinks they’ve cracked the case on the iPhone 6’s RAM. Originally thought to be improved form the iPhone 5S, we may be getting the same 1GB we’ve been enjoying.

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