How Flexible Are Older Tablets? I Try Flashing CyanogenMod to the Kindle Fire HD 8.9″

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Some of the most annoying and most satisfying moments with technology are when you flash a ROM. I’ve had a pretty good amount of experience with Android custom ROMs (and so has Art), and I’ve run the whole gamut: from flashing CyanogenMod – beginning to end – in under an hour, to nearly bricking my phone and trying to piece it back together, one OS piece at a time, for

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Throwback Thursday: Why You Should Watch (or Re-watch) Buffy the Vampire Slayer

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer is an excellent program that ran from 1997-2003. If you’ve already seen it, then you are aware just how awesome it is, and your soul will benefit from you re-watching it. If you haven’t seen it, then you are in for a treat of epic proportions. Here’s why. Joss Whedon created it. Whedon is a well-known director responsible for many blockbuster movies in recent years, including

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The Hunger Games Mockingjay, Part 1 Review: Unsettling and Emotionally Resonant

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The beginning of The Hunger Games Mockingjay – Part 1 finds Katniss crouched, hiding in a hospital gown, desperately whispering reminders of who she is and how she got here. Rescued from the arena by the rebels in District 13 at the end of the last film, Katniss is a mentally fragile and still reeling from the betrayal of Peeta having been left in the Capitol’s clutches. However, President Coin

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Tales From the Borderlands Review

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Telltale Games saw major success in its highly stylized adventure games, The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us. But it took a huge risk in adapting a spin-off of not only an existing video game IP, but 2k Games’s best-selling game ever. Three games in, the Borderlands franchise established its brand of humor and mythos across the desert planet Pandora. As a huge fan of The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us video games, I felt a cautious

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