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A device to tame TV ads
Audiovox/Terk's VR-1 electronic volume regulator for loud ads
Hot headphones for your holiday gift list
Krakow gives a thumbs-up to noise-canceling JVCs and Stax's electrostatics
New MacBook still tops
New processor, features make for faster laptop to run OSX, Windows XP
Zune: A good portable media device
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Nokia e62: Best smartphone ever?
Slim, sleek, feature-laden and headed to a store near you
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