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Whoopi Goldberg’s No Comment On ‘The View’ Elisabeth Hasselbeck & Sherri Shepherd

Whoopi Goldberg’s No Comment On ‘The View’ Elisabeth Hasselbeck & Sherri Shepherd

26 April, 2013 at 4:27 pm

While the guessing games continue on who’ll be replacing Joy Behar on ABC’s The View, Whoopi Goldberg is making sure everyone knows she doesn’t care who leaves the show or stays…but word is leaking that Sherri Shepherd might be the one heading out the door

Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale Review: It’s A Real Motivator

Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale Review: It’s A Real Motivator

5 December, 2012 at 9:15 am

The increasing trend for health and fitness products is a clear sign that we’re waking up to our health needs, and the Fitbit Aria Smart Scale is designed to respond to those. It’s one of only a few high-end Wi-Fi enabled scales that helps you keep track of your weight over time, as well as giving you readouts for BMI and body fat

Slendertone Flex Pro Abdominal Muscle Toner Review: You Still Have To Work For It

Slendertone Flex Pro Abdominal Muscle Toner Review: You Still Have To Work For It

5 December, 2012 at 8:37 am

The Slendertone Flex Pro is one of the latest electronic abdominal training devices to hit the shelves. These devices have been around for some time now, but their popularity keeps on going strong. This device isn’t trying to do anything new, it’s just trying to do everything better than the existing alternatives

Samsung Galaxy Note Review: Stands On Its Own Well

Samsung Galaxy Note Review: Stands On Its Own Well

2 December, 2012 at 10:55 pm

Samsung has really tried hard to conquer the tablet market, doing everything it can to rival or outdo the iPad. While the Samsung Galaxy Tab, and more recently the Galaxy Tab 2 have been the flagship contenders for Samsung, a somewhat overlooked tablet also offered by Samsung is the Galaxy Note

“Bouncy” My Happy to See Me Pup Review: Can’t Resist This Puppy

“Bouncy” My Happy to See Me Pup Review: Can’t Resist This Puppy

2 December, 2012 at 1:49 am

Interactive toys keep a child’s attention by making play time seem even more real and the “Bouncy” My Happy to See Me Pup is no exception. All kids love puppies, but not all adults like having the extra responsibility. Could this toy be the way of finding a happy medium?