Samsung Galaxy S5 Software Hands-On Video

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It’s long been rumored, but now it’s finally here. Samsung lifted the cover off of its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S5. The new device keeps the same overall look and design from the Galaxy S4, except for one major portion: the rear battery cover. Samsung did away with the slimy plastic of the Galaxy […]

AT&T LG G Flex Review

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In a crowded space dominated by black, white, and silver boxes, LG is showing that there is still innovation left in the smartphone world in the form of the G Flex. Touting a curved display, and one that could bend and handle a little bit of abusive force, along with a self-healing back cover that […]

Pebble Steel Review: 5 Reasons It’s Worth the Price

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The original Pebble Smartwatch launched with disappointing results, but Pebble improved the watch software and better apps surfaced, making the it more useful. Now the company’s second effort, the Pebble Steel, brings with it some improvements over the first Pebble that put Pebble ahead of the competition. The Pebble Steel smartwatch connects to a smartphone or […]

iOS 7.0.6 on iPad Air: Impressions and Performance

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With all of the attention on iOS 7.1 for iPhone and iPad, no one saw Apple’s iOS 7.0.6 update coming. iOS 7.0.6, an incremental update that promises to fix a critical bug, replaces iOS 7.0.5 and iOS 7.0.4 and here, we take a look at how its performing on Apple’s new 9.7-inch tablet, the iPad […]

iOS 7.0.6 on iPhone 5: Impressions and Performance

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Yesterday, in a bit of a surprise, Apple rolled out iOS 7.0.6 for the iPhone and iPad. The update was a surprise given that rumors put the iOS 7.1 release date within the next few weeks. After spending some time with the new iOS 7.0.6 update on the iPhone 5, we want to offer our […]

Compass 2 for iPad Stand: Review

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Twelve South makes some nicely designed products. One of those products was the original Compass stand for the iPad. What I liked about the Compass was that it was a tripod or easel stand that collapsed into an easily totable size that fit nicely into a gadget bag or a pocket. It was my favorite […]

Ken Burns iPad App a Great Tour Through American History

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For some Ken Burns has become synonomous with American history with his documentaries covering such topics as The American Civil War, Baseball, Jazz, Prohibition, and our National Parks. There are many more and Burns isn’t done creating these special looks at American history. Burns’ documentary style of using panning and zooming on photographs of the […]

Lenovo Miix 2 8 First Impressions

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After looking at the great Windows 8 tablet deals, the $250 Lenovo Miix 2 8 looked like a steal for someone wanting to try Windows 8.1 on a small tablet. I hoped to use it on the go as a tablet, with a Bluetooth keyboard as a mini laptop replacement or hooked up to an external […]

Dell Venue 8 Pro Keyboard Review

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The 8-inch Windows 8 Dell Venue 8 Pro is one of the most well-appointed and affordable 8-inch Windows tablets on the market today with a screen size that’s designed to compete against consumer-grade devices like Apple’s iPad mini and Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8. With that in mind, Dell had committed to building out the tablet’s […]

Google Glass Classic Shades Hands-On & Unboxing Video

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Nearly a year after the initial release and Google is still trying extremely hard to make its wearable computing device known as Google Glass more stylish. They’re doing so by offering four prescription frames and three sunglass shades for those interested. So we snatched a pair of the Classic Wayfarer style. Last week Google announced […]

Sprint LG G Flex: Hands-On with its Unique Curves

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The G Flex is finally here in the US, a bendable and curved smartphone from LG, and it’s about to launch on three of the four major carriers within the first few weeks of February. Today we’re taking a look at the Sprint LG G Flex, but the device will also be available with AT&T […]

Jawbone 2014 ERA Bluetooth Headset Review

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Wearable Computing is the coming thing this year, even though it has existed for awhile. Some of the more popular and fashion controversial wearable devices we’ve had around for some time include Bluetooth headsets. These are controversial because some like the practicality while others rail against the perceived geeky and dorky look. I’m often amazed […]

Belkin Ultimate Keyboard Case for iPad Air Review

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Keyboard cases and covers for iPad seem to proliferate in ways that would shame rabbits. But there’s a reason for that. iPad users and uses are so varied that it only makes sense that we’d see a variety of different styles of keyboard combinations with cases and covers. iPads, like any Tablet, are very personal […]

Verizon Ellipsis Jetpack Review: Affordable Personal Hotspot

The Verizon Ellipsis Jetpack is a very capable personal hotspot that is also affordable.

The Verizon Ellipsis Jetpack is a small portable hotspot that connects to the fast Verizon 4G LTE network to connect up to eight WiFi devices to the Internet anywhere you have a Verizon signal. Dedicated personal hotspots like this are not as popular these days since the iPhone and Android device can quickly become a hotspot […]

Moto X in Walnut: Hands-On With a Piece of Art

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After months of waiting Motorola is finally ready to start mass producing smartphones made of wood. Yes, the Moto X is available today with an option for a Bamboo back, but now Walnut, Ebony, and Teak finishes are coming January 21st. It first launched with 18 colors and accent options, but now we have a […]

Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga Review: Hefty, But Packed With Potential

The Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga converts from laptop to tablet and more.

It’s no secret. The world has moved on to 2-in-1s. Tablets that become laptops. Laptops that are tailor-made to transform into fast business-oriented machines. The Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga belongs to the latter category. Starting at $999, a pre-configured ThinkPad Yoga tries to be everything for the business user and board executive. Simply opening the device […]

ZAGGKeys Cover for iPad Air Review

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Your choices for an iPad may be limited at the moment in terms of form factor, but that is certainly not the case when it comes to third party keyboards. Various manufacturers have created various makes and models that cater to different consumer needs. There are keyboards contained in full cases or folios that provide […]

iPhone 5 Review (2014)

Apple stopped selling the iPhone 5 back in September but that doesn’t mean that Apple’s flagship from 2012 has completely vanished. No, it’s still alive and well thanks to carriers like Straight Talk and sites like eBay. It has been 480 days since the iPhone 5 first landed on shelves and we want to take […]

X-Doria Cases for iPad Air and iPad mini Review

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X-Doria Cases for iPad Air and iPad mini look nice, protect well and offer impressive functionality thanks to the magnetic wake/sleep feature and the design of the stand function built into the case. We really like these cases and think iPad Air owners who like some flair will like the version for the larger iPad. […]