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Stealthy & Stylish Tech Disguises — Roundup

My wireless router is more of an exhibitionist than a shrinking violet. Given the location of my cable hook-ups and a few tricky reception spots, that black flashing box has become an unusually prominent feature of my decor. And let's not even mention the tangle of TV cords, the pride of place of my...

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