If you’re in the market for a new cellphone or high-definition television, there’s no shortage of opinions on the web. But in an era of blogs, “fanboy” sites, and hidden marketing campaigns, it’s harder than ever to find objective advice and reviews. Tech Tuesday explores strategies for comparing consumer tech products.

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  • Rob Pegoraro Personal Technology columnist, The Washington Post
  • Wayne Rash technology journalist; Contributing Editor to eWeek, TechWeb, and InformationWeek; and Blogger at CTO Edge
  • Brian Cooley Editor-at-Large, CNET.com

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