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AT CES 2017, the Lenovo Legion Has Got Game

This is a sponsored post on behalf of Lenovo. All opinions are mine. Judie reviewed the Android version of the Lenovo Yoga Book last month and loved it. She just finished using it while covering CES 2017 and has enjoyed it so much that I just ordered one. That, however, is not the only Lenovo product worthy of note.

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Tell Alexa to Order Your Pizza from Domino’s for Super Bowl 50

With Super Bowl fast approaching, chances are you’re going to be rushing to find a way to get yourself some pizza and wings on Sunday afternoon before the big game. While you can easily just go ahead and pick up the phone and dial in, chances are there are plenty of other people in your neighborhood doing the same thing.


First Response Brings Bluetooth to Pregnancy Testing

This is a sponsored post.  All opinions expressed are mine. Dan recently wrote about a Bluetooth enabled water bottle and asked the question of who needs Bluetooth in their hydration system. I can’t help but ask the same question about First Response’s new Pregnancy Pro product.


Take off with a Parrot Minidrone! #ad

This post brought to you by Parrot. The content and opinions expressed below are that of Gear Diary. I recently had the chance to check out one of the new Parrot MiniDrones. There thirteen “ultra technological connected robots” in the Parrot MiniDrone lineup and each has something special to offer.




Protect Your Visual Privacy with 3M Privacy Filters #ad

This post brought to you by 3M Company. The content and opinions expressed below are that of Gear Diary. The other day Raina and I were sitting on the couch, each of us was on our iPhones playing Two Dots. I glanced over and could see everything on her screen.




7 Reasons an #Intel2in1 Might Be Ideal for College #ad

I’ve been using a Mac for more than 5 years and never thought I would go back to using a Windows laptop or desktop. When Intel offered me the opportunity to become part of the #Intel2in1 program,  I couldn’t say no. I’m impressed by the device,  and think it might be ideal for someone heading off to college. Here’s why.