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What we're listening to: Surfbort and 'Kermode and Mayo's Film Review'
The punk band we need in 2019 and a BBC movie podcast.
What we're buying: Concept2 Model D with PM5 rowing machine
It's a great machine, but the price is a little steep.
The apps and software we recommend to students
New hardware is only as good as the stuff you can do with it.
The best gaming PCs and accessories for back-to-school season
From laptops to desktops to programmable mice. Oh, and some games too.
How to turn your dorm room into a smart 'home'
Just because it's temporary housing, doesn't mean you can't deck it out in tech.
Back to school: The best TVs for a dorm (and what to stream on them)
Watching Netflix on a laptop screen won't cut it for everybody.
The fitness gadgets and apps you need to avoid the Freshman 15
On campus, it can be easy to let fitness fall by the wayside.
Back to school: The apps you need to relax, create things and get work done
The software you need to do good work, clear your mind and organize your day.
The best laptops for back-to-school season
An ultraportable will work best for the vast majority of students.