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Jason has written professionally about technology and video games for almost 20 years. His goal in life is to figure out how complicated technology works and explain it in a way anyone can understand.

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Good news (and bad news): T-Mobile is changing its data plans

One year after launching Simple Choice, the carrier upgrades data plans.

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Details leak about Verizon's "More Everything" promotion, starting Thursday

Higher data caps, lower prices on Edge plans, earlier upgrades, and faster speeds are on tap for Verizon customers.

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Goal Zero Yeti 150 gives you several days of emergency gadget power (video)

Energy in an emergency is crucial, and the Yeti 150 can extend your backup reserves with an optional solar panel, making it a powerful ally when the lines go down.

The Fitbug Orb may be the best cheap fitness tracker on the market (video)

Fitbug aims to bring the cost of fitness trackers down with its Fitbug Orb tracker.

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This is the editorial test slideshow

In a world...where several editors get together and make a slideshow. One man. And one other man. And another man or two. Got together and put in some slides.

TechHive: Comcast suspends data cap, searches for alternative

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Comcast is suspending its 250 GB per month data cap while it searches for a better way to manage its network usage.

iPad vs. Netbook: It's a close call

PCWorld pits the iPad against a netbook in a number of important categories, and found that the contest is closer than people might expect.

TiVo's new Premiere DVRs

TiVo Premiere is the first true overhaul of the TiVo experience since the company changed our TV-watching world over a decade ago.

Creative Sound Blaster World of Warcraft Headset

The Sound Blaster World of Warcraft Wireless Headset is not just for WoW players.

Foxit eSlick Reader

This e-book reader is curiously named because the e-book reader is decidedly unslick, with a utilitarian appearance that lacks the elegance of competing e-book readers.