Russ Boswell

Russ Boswell

Former Digital Trends Contributor

Russ Boswell is an aspiring video game and technology journalist from Colorado. He's been an avid gamer since he was old enough to hold a controller (and has a Bachelor's of Science in Video Game Art and Design), and fell in love with technology and computing when he opened and disassembled his first PC. You can find him revolving around anything tech, keeping up on the latest trends, and seeking out interesting indie projects. When not involved in the tech world, which is rarely, Russ is usually immersed in music, movies, television, and general pop culture.

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10 3D-printable home goods that could put Target out of business

3D printers have given birth to a lot of crazy ideas lately, but they're also capable of fitting in right at home. Desktop 3D printers can save you a lot of time and money by printing out some of the most common household items you need.
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Samsung bringing Ativ Book 9 Plus, super-thin $700 Ativ Tab 3 to U.S. in the coming weeks

You can soon get your hands on the "thinnest Windows 8 tablet in the world." Samsung unveiled it's newest Ativ Tab 3 tablet and Ativ Book 9 Plus will be available to buy in the United States near the end of August.
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Apple TV vs. Chromecast: Which belongs in your home theater?

Google unveiled a brand new streaming device called Chromecast. But how does it stack up against the already established streamer, Apple TV, and does Chromecast offer any unique features?
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Best Buy cuts MacBook Pro price by $200, is a revamp imminent?

Best Buy and Apple itself have both been offering price cuts and incentives for the MacBook Pro. Does this mean we're gearing up to see a new refresh of the popular Apple notebook?
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Mini marvels: How your laptop may one day be powered by a tiny 3D-printed battery

There've been a lot of cool 3D-printed projects popping up in the tech world lately, but a 3D-printed battery from a Harvard group the size of a grain of sand is perhaps the neatest thing we've seen. Plus, it has the potential to power…
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Razer Blade vs. MacBook Air 13-inch (2013): Spec showdown

Razer has been gaining a lot of ground lately with its sleek computing products. Its newest device, the Razer Blade, actually shares a few similarities with Apple's MacBook Air, even if the laptops are geared towards different audiences.