Karen Tumbokon

Karen Tumbokon

Karen is a technology, music and entertainment writer. Originally from New Jersey, Karen began her writing career in music, covering NYC and NJ punk rock and heavy metal bands. As an East Coast transplant in the Bay Area, Karen discovered her passion writing about consumer technology, apps and startups. She spends her spare time baking cupcakes and binge-watching House of Cards and Scandal.

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Kick off summer 2019 with these Fujifilm Instax instant camera bundle deals

Looking for an instant film camera by Fujifilm? These upgraded instant mini cameras will inspire you to use an instant camera to take selfies. We've rounded up a list of some of the best instant cameras by Fujifilm on Amazon.
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Amazon drops prices on Logitech, Razer, and SteelSeries gaming mouses

Amazon is having a great sale on some of the best gaming mouses on the market. We've compared the best gaming mouses from Razer, Logitech, and SteelSeries.See which gaming mouse you should buy.
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Walmart drops the price on this 24-inch Dell gaming monitor by $149

Walmart is currently having a big sale on the Dell S2419HGF 24-inch gaming monitor. You won't want to miss out on this deal, especially if you're looking for a new gaming monitor.
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Walmart cuts the price on this 3-in-1 Canon wireless laser printer

Have you been thinking about replacing your old inkjet printer? Canon's ImageCLASS MF232w laser printer is on sale through Walmart.com for half of the list price, saving you more than $100.
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These 15 tips will help you navigate like a pro with Apple Maps

The interface of Apple Maps may be simple, but there are plenty of features hidden behind the scenes. Here are some tips to help you make the most of the navigation app, whether you're looking to drop a pin or clear your location history.
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Triller is more than a music video app — it’s now a social network too

Have you ever wanted to create your own music video but didn’t know where to start? Triller, a new app for iOS, makes it easy for users to create their own music videos to their favorite songs, and it's a social network too.