Verizon 4G LTE Broadband Router With Voice (MiFi Home) Review

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Unlike Verizon’s other MiFi products made by Novatel Wireless, the new 4G LTE Broadband Router with Voice, also branded as the MiFi Home, is not designed to be used as a truly mobile product. Instead, Verizon is showcasing its latest MiFi Home as an affordable, convenient way to either allow users to cut the cord […]

Sprint Novatel MiFi 500 LTE Mobile Hotspot Review

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Novatel Wireless’ MiFi 500 LTE for Sprint Corp.’s 4G LTE and 3G CDMA/EV-DO networks is a powerful device with a lot of flexibility, but one whose full potential is not quite realized yet given Sprint’s more limited 4G LTE footprint. At its heart, the MiFi 500 LTE doesn’t deviate from Novatel’s successful strategy with its […]

Moto X Review

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The Moto X is the is one of the most impressive Android phones available with a beautiful build quality, near stock version of Android and a collection of impressive features and no touch controls that allow for access to Google Now and deliver an impressive amount of voice control to the device that competitors like […]

Phiaton PS 210 BTNC Bluetooth Headphones: Unobtrusive, Amazing Sound

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We love the Phiaton PS 210 BTNC Bluetooth noise cancelling headphones. They sound great with active noise cancelling built-in and they worked well with every device we tried, offering easy connections, a consistent connection and long range. They even look cool and feel comfortable despite the large earbud housing. The Phiaton PS 210 BTNC earbuds […]

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition Review

Two of Samsung's most powerful mobile products: the Galaxy Note 3 is Samsung's most powerful smartphone to date and the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition is Samsung's premium flagship tablet for those who demand more.

Whether or not you use the stylus, the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition, which we’ll hereon out refer to as “the new Note 10.1,” represents Samsung’s best tablet effort to date. Introduced alongside the Galaxy Note 3, the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition bears a striking radically new design that’s now part of the Note […]

Galaxy Note 3 Review: Samsung’s Most Powerful Phone

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Though the Galaxy Note 3 might sound like an iterative evolution of the phablet line, it’s a design revolution for Samsung’s design team. In the past, Samsung had been caught with sacrificing premium design to accommodate power features–such as including the option for a removable battery and giving users the flexibility of adding storage–but it appears […]

Motorola Sliver II Bluetooth Headset Review

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The Motorola Sliver II is a high-end Bluetooth headset from Motorola that hides behind your ear and delivers great sounding audio for phone calls, video chats and listening to audiobooks. The small swivel design offers a Bluetooth headset that turns off with a twist to prevent accidental dialing in a pocket and to preserve battery […]

LifeProof nuud Galaxy S3 Review: Waterproof Case

The screen is an essential part of this waterproof Galaxy S3 case.

The LifeProof nuud Galaxy S3 case is a form-fitting case that protects the Galaxy S3 from water, snow, dust and drops without covering the screen and taking away from the original feel of a glass display. LifeProof is one of the most popular makers of waterproof cases for smartphones and the LifeProof nuud Galaxy S3 […]

Phiaton Bridge MS 500 Headphones Sound Good But Don’t Feel Good

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We’re not fans of over the ear headphones, but the Phiaton Bridge MS 500 Headphones almost won us over when we first plugged them into the jack on the phone and started listening to some music. They sound great and felt comfortable thanks to the nicely padded cans. However, like almost every pair of mid […]

Pad & Quill Aria Case for iPad mini Simply Beautiful

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Few cases wow us, but the iPad & Quill Aria leather case for iPad mini is just jaw-dropping beautiful! Pad & Quill makes book bindery style cases for tablets and the MacBook Air, and they’re always very attractive and well made. However, upon opening this case, we couldn’t believe how nice it looked and felt. The Aria […]

Poetic SlimLine Case for Nexus 7 is Lean and Attractive

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Does it make sense to put an expensive case on a low-cost device like the Google Nexus 7 2nd generation tablet? We don’t think so, and that’s why we love the Poetic Nexus 7 case for the 2nd generation Nexus 7. While the Poetic SlimLine case doest cost a lot at a bit under $20, […]

AT&T Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 Review

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If users found the Galaxy Note phablet series to be unwieldy and an odd form factor, the Galaxy Mega is even more perplexing as it straddles the phablet and tablet computing categories. With a display size of 6.3 inches, the Mega, as reviewed on AT&T Mobility and forthcoming on Sprint in the U.S., offers the […]

Nexus 7 Review (2013)

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The new Nexus 7 for 2013 delivers a good Android tablet experience with a brilliant 1080P HD display, quick performance and a thinner, better looking design than last year’s model. The Nexus 7 (2013) arrived in July in WiFi, and the Nexus 7 LTE model should arrive soon, offering users the option of connecting on […]

iCloud beta Review: iOS 7 Aesthetics and New iWork Apps Arrive

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The new iCloud beta got a significant update recently, adding an iOS 7 style look to go with the iWork apps previously added when it first launched. This site replaces the former iWork that included Mail, Calendar, Contacts, Notes, Reminders and Find My iPhone. It’s still missing access to photos and videos from Photostream. A […]

New Nexus 7 Flaws: 5 Potential Dealbreakers

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While we love the new Nexus 7, we’ve got some complaints about it, including problems with apps and hardware issues. As an owner of the original Nexus 7 and someone who loved the tablet, the new Nexus 7 couldn’t come soon enough. With high hopes for the new tablet, the old Nexus 7 found a new […]

OUYA Review: Android Gaming Console

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The OUYA Game Console potentially gives Android gamers hours of fun on their TV instead of a phone or tablet. The system comes in a small package with an acceptable controller. We just want to see more titles before we recommend the OUYA to the average gaming enthusiasts. With the help of a serious 15-year old […]

Google ChromeCast Review: $35 Apple TV Alternative

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The Google ChromeCast is a small device that plugs into the HDMI port to bring webpages, YouTube, Netflix and more to a HDTV. The $35 ChromeCast connects to WiFi to turn any HDTV into a smart TV. Users “cast” to the ChromeCast with an iPhone, Android, Mac or Windows device to put web content on […]

Samsung Galaxy S4 Rokform RokBed v3 Case Review

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A good rugged case like the Rokform RokBed v3 case goes a long way in protecting the Samsung Galaxy S4. Some people need more than a simple slide on or snap on case. They don’t need something like an Otterbox, because it’s overkill. The Rokform Rokbed v3 might fit that middle ground perfectly thanks to it’s […]

Nexus 7 Review: From Hero to Zero

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The 2012 Nexus 7, the old Nexus 7, is riding off into the sunset. After a good year of life, Google has announced a new Nexus 7 that has already replaced the older model on the Google Play Store and will be replacing the original on the shelves of retailers across the country. I’ve owned […]