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The writers over at Busy Mommy Media have run the Nissan Leaf through a special battery of 'family' tests to produce the kind of review of the EV that we don't see every day around here. Still, the family perspective is an especially interesting one for the electric vehicle, since widespread adopti

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Yes, it's happening: T-Mobile is looking to drum up some serious foot traffic in T-Mobile stores ahead of Father's Day this weekend by making every single one of its phones free on Saturday only -- but naturally, there's a catch. You can only get in on the offer by switching to a family plan or addi

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Roboware's family-centric, open-source E3 robot has been rolling around for a good while now, but this video of him in action is probably of interest to our humanoid readers. Called E3 because of his customizable emotional, entertainment and educational functions, Roboware's bot is meant to be a va

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There's just nothing worse than trying to piece together a calling plan -- particularly for families -- and being overwhelmed by nickle 'n dime type add-ons along the way. Okay, so maybe that's an exaggeration, but Sprint's hoping to key in on folks who don't disagree with a new \"simplified\" pricin

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T-Mobile's trying to sweeten the unlimited pot today, adding a family option onto its preexisting $99.99 all-you-can-talk (and text) plan. Pretty simple: buy the first line for $99.99 as you normally would, then up to four additional lines of service can be added with the same limitless bucket of m

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Think of it like myFaves, but where your faves have to be relatives (a nightmare for some, yes, we know). NTT DoCoMo is now offering free calls to family members when both are subscribed to the Japanese carrier's \"Fami-wari MAX50\" plan, in addition to a nice 60 percent off video calls. There's also

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Here they are! Your oh-so-recently refreshed family of MacBooks. From left to right, we've got the tried and true MacBook, the all new showstopper (you can call it MacBook Air) and the MacBook Pro. Unfortunately, the two wingmen aren't seeing any updates today, but that fellow in the middle sure is

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We've certainly seen our fair share of broken promises when dealing with gadget producers, but a recent UK-based survey claims that \"nearly 75-percent of people say gadgets, like Blackberrys for instance, made it easier to fib.\" While this might not come as any surprise to you, that figure is at lea

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