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Eric Gwinn

Eric Gwinn
Eric Gwinn has written about gadgets and video games for the Tribune since the early '90s. He enjoys telling readers about electronic gear that solves real-world problems at a reasonable price. Eric's articles appear in the Tribune weekly, and he often shows up on WGN radio and CLTV.
Eric Gwinn has written about gadgets and video games for the Tribune since the early '90s. He enjoys telling readers about electronic gear that solves real-world problems at a reasonable price. Eric's articles appear in the Tribune weekly, and he often shows up on WGN radio and CLTV. « Show less

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  • Nannycam shopping

    Nannycam shopping
    Q: I'm thinking about getting a nanny cam, but I don't know what I should be looking for. Thoughts?
  • iPhone 4 or Android?

    iPhone 4 or Android?
    This article was updated at 1:25 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 15, to correct the spelling of Sara Zailskas' name and to clarify that Google Calendar is used as an example of integration. With iPhone 4's arrival on Verizon Wireless' network, maybe you're thinking...

    Gearbox: Hold the phone — and more

    Gearbox: Hold the phone — and more
    Name: The Callet What it is: A rubbery holder for your BlackBerry or iPhone with pockets on the back to carry credit cards, dollar bills, a driver's license and similar-size items. The good: The Callet just might replace your wallet. Its no-nonsense...

    Gearbox: Stream music anywhere

    Gearbox: Stream music anywhere
    Name: Kanex AirBlue What it is: A small Bluetooth receiver that connects to the Aux In of your car stereo or home music system so you can stream music from your smartphone or other Bluetooth device with the A2DP profile (a Bluetooth device bought in...

    Find your kind of eatery

    Find your kind of eatery
    Alfred (free; iOS) What it is: A personal assistant that remembers your dining preferences so no matter what city you're in, you have a ready answer to "Where do you want to eat?" How it works: Answer a few questions from Alfred, such as "Where is one...