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How To (and How Not To) Do Comic-Con

July 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Calling all comic book nerds, geeks and pop culture enthusiasts: Your favorite event of the year is finally here! The 45th annual Comic-Con International: San Diego returns to the San Diego Convention Center, July 24...

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There’s more to summer than barbecues and sunburns. If you’re tired of fighting large crowds at the park or having to lather up with sunscreen, spend some time at home catching up on the latest...

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Video Games to Add to Your Christmas Wish List

November 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

Seemingly every year you hear about tons of new advancements in video game technology and this year is certainly no different. If anything, this is a year that is stronger, especially with the releases of...

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Most Comic Con Fans Use iPhones!

July 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Freshly Techy street team braved the chaos at the 2013 San Diego Comic Con to ask fans hard-hitting questions. After four crazy days at Comic Con, we finally have the burning answers you’ve been...

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Every five years or so, the big video game manufacturers – Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony – launch brand-new consoles (so-called “next generation” units) to replace their existing platforms. In the world of video gaming and...

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Summer is just around the corner and many people are getting their swimsuits and barbecue grills ready. But we know that pool parties and trips to the beach aren’t for everyone. If sitting in front...

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If you’ve been searching for the right place to trade your games or rent games, there are a ton of choices. However, some offer a bit more than others and even have a cheaper price....

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It seems like no one is stoked about the new Redbox Instant. In late March, the kiosk-based DVD-rental service that essentially killed Blockbuster with their 99-cent rentals rolled out their online video service to Xbox...

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We’ve gone way beyond the era of the rabbit-eared television set, folks. However, even cutting-edge services like Netflix and Hulu, while enhancing the digestion of digital programming, have been limited to use through a console....

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The successor to the Xbox 360 is almost here. Microsoft has been working on its next-generation gaming console, the Xbox 720, and the plan is to release it in April 2013 — at least that...

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