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In-flight entertainment: Which airline offers the best?

The piano bars of 1970s-era 747s are history. High-def video and on-demand cocktails are the new standard, so let's grade airlines from A to F.

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Osprey Beta and Beta Port review: Fight!

Two relatively similar bags with different standout features enter. One bag leaves.

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Osprey Beta Port review: A bag with a view

Ever wish you could protect your tablet while keeping it accessible at the same time? Hey, guess what Osprey's Beta Port does?

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FCC proposes to allow mid-flight phone calls, ruining air travel for everyone

Soon, being stuck in a middle seat may be the least of your inconveniences, as your fellow passengers gab ceaselessly on their smartphones.

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Waterfield Designs' Staad review: A beautifully practical bag

The classic lines, rugged materials, and practical layout make the Staad backpack a pleasure to pack with you.

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Das Keyboard HackShield Backpack review: A totally thief-proof backpack

This is the Fort Knox of backpacks. Because it's impossible to break into, not because it's full of gold bars.

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The Week in Mac Accessories: Open, Sesame!

This week's roundup of new Mac gear includes a device that ensures that your MacBook works only when you're nearby. Plus, we've got new keyboards, new speakers, and more.

Briggs & Riley @Work Review: This backpack has no style. Zero. Zip.

There’s nothing wrong with Briggs & Riley’s @Work Medium Backpack. So why am I so bored with it?

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FAA now allows gadgets during takeoff, landing, and everywhere in-between

Get ready to use your smartphone without fear—the FAA is reversing its rule about the use of electronic devices.

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Das Keyboard HackShield Backpack - Rapid Review

The Fort Knox of backpacks, the HackShield prevents both physical and digital theft.

WaterField Designs HardCase Review: A bag with split personalities

Is it a professional briefcase? A bike-friendly messenger? Both? (Hint: It's both).

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