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Geeks will be adding gadgets to their Christmas lists in the hope Santa will drop it down the chimney. But which gadgets are on your Christmas list?
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GoPro cameras can be used in plenty of ways other than shooting extreme sports, six of which we’ll be exploring in this article.
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With so many options available, we want to know how you personally share your photos online. Welcome to this week’s MakeUseOf Poll.
Star Wars is back, with The Force Awakens due to be released on Dec. 18, 2015. Unhappy with the title, the Internet suggested its own alternatives…
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It’s time to get the gray matter working by deciding what you would film using a GoPro. Be creative, be adventurous, be a winner.
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Geeks are people too. I am one, you’re probably one, and we’re a growing army that can no longer be ignored. Not even by Hollywood. Geek movies FTW!
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