The Nexus 7: Google Has a Game Changer

Most folks who follow my mobile and Tablet blogging here know that I really enjoy the iPad experience. Some (including my wife) say I enjoy it far too much. I'v...
Google Nexus 7 review

Nexus 7 Review: The 7″ Tablet to Beat

The Google Nexus 7 is the best Android tablet I've used so far. This 7"-tablet isn't going to topple the iPad from atop its tablet throne, but there's a lot of ...
article placeholder

Sony Xperia Ion Camera Samples

We'll definitely have a full review of Sony's latest and competitive Android offering on AT&T's fast 4G LTE network up soon, and compare the Xperia's perfor...
article placeholder

AT&T Sony Xperia Ion First Impressions

On my trip to L.A., I was able to spend time with AT&T representative and my gracious and hospitable host Meredith Red where I was able to spend some hands-...
article placeholder

Samsung TecTiles NFC Tags Review

Alongside the Galaxy S III launch in the U.S., Samsung will also release an accompanying NFC accessories called TecTiles. TecTiles essentially are NFC stickers ...
Toshiba Excite 10 LE

Toshiba Excite 10 LE Review

Last year Toshiba waded into the Android tablet market with the Thrive, a 10.1-inch slate that served as the company's response to what they deemed missing in t...

HTC One X Review | $199 AT&T 4G LTE

HTC hopes to regain their King of the Hill status in the realm of Android smartphones with the One series, and the HTC One X is the flagship of the line. Featuring LTE speeds, a robust processor, a great camera plus a really good audio experience, the One X has what it takes to be a fabulous phone.

T-Mobile HTC One S Review

The HTC One X and HTC EVO 4G LTE may be getting the lion’s share of attention from Android lovers these days, but there are two other handsets in the HTC One se...
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Review – $249 Android Tablet

Samsung's new Galaxy Tab represents a welcome shift in the company's attitude toward the tablet market. The Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 offers the full tablet experience with the newest Android operating system, Bluetooth, cameras, and a few other extras Amazon and Barnes & Noble's tablets don't offer. All for $249.

Thoughts on the new iPad

I've been living with the new iPad since its arrival on Friday. Apple has done it again. But not necessarily in the way you might think I mean. More on that lat...