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In this episode Xeni talks about upcoming tech from Apple, including the larger-display iPhone 6. And Mark discusses your repair options for a cracked tablet or smart phone screen.
Grifiti Slim Wrist Pad ($10) My wrists rest on this rubber pad while I use my keyboard. I’ve had one for years, and after it fell apart, I bought a new one. They improved it.
Love Glove ($6) With three cats in the house, fur gets all over our furniture and clothes. I bought a Love Glove to attack the problem at its source – on the cats.
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