Samsung Galaxy S3 Wireless Charger Review

Wirelessly charge the Galaxy S3.

For $13 it’s easy to add wireless charging to the Samsung Galaxy S3 without the need to buy a new back or give up the ability to use cases. After doing some digging I found a $13 Samsung Galaxy S3 wireless charging receiver that snaps into place on the Samsung Galaxy S3 underneath the existing […]

Apple AirPort Extreme Packs Speed and Simplicity Into Elegant Package

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The Apple AirPort Extreme base station announced at the 2013 WWDC adds 802.11ac Wi-Fi and a new form factor that works with the refreshed MacBook Air, Apple’s only computer using the new Wi-Fi standard. Apple, Windows and Android devices (including the Samsung Galaxy S4) can connect to it. The new router looks great and simplifies home networking. We […]

Verizon Jetpack MHS291LVW with Killer Battery and Ten Connections

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Verizon totally changed the conversation on Mi-Fi style devices with their new Verizon Jetpack MHS291LVW mobile Wi-Fi hotspot. It solves the problem of battery life that previous mobile hotspots had and connects up to ten devices to Verizon’s fast 4G LTE network. Mobile hotspot users frustrated with their smartphone’s built-in data sharing function should give the […]

OGIO Renegade RSS 17 Laptop Backpack Features Tons of Storage

OGIO Renegade RSS 17 Laptop Backpack

Anyone going on long trip with a lot of gear will love the OGIO Renegade RSS 17 Laptop Backpack. It comes with more pockets than most will know what to do with. We were able to pack more into this bag than any of our other laptop backpacks. It carries our stuff well and feels […]

WaterField Designs Samsung Galaxy S4 Cases Review

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We got a look at a two WaterField Designs Samsung Galaxy S4 Cases. The Hint Wallet and the Suede Jacket each offer no frills, snug fitting sleeve style cases for the Samsung Galaxy S4. Sadly, one doesn’t measure up to what we’ve come to expect from the company, while the other did. The Suede Jacket […]

SEIDIO ACTIVE with Metal Kickstand Review

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One Samsung Galaxy S4 case we really like from SEIDIO protects the phone from minor drops, holds the phone up (thanks to the metal kickstand) and hangs off the user’s belt thanks to the form-fitting holster. We tested the SEIDIO ACTIVE with Metal Kickstand and don’t hesitate to recommend it. The buyer gets a lot of […]

2013 Ford Fusion Review (Video)

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The 2013 Ford Fusion is an all new car that delivers a fresh aggressive look for 2013 and enough tech to keep drivers connected and entertained while on the road. The new 2013 Ford Fusion is available in seven models including a hybrid and plug-in hybrid model, all of which offer smartphone connectivity, navigation and […]

Verizon BlackBerry Q10 Review

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The BlackBerry Q10 is the first BlackBerry 10 device to join the latest version of BlackBerry with the famed BlackBerry keyboard. While the BlackBerry Q10 feels more like a BlackBerry device, and some users will swoon over the physical keyboard on the device, the lack of predictive text and clunky means of inputting numbers detracts from the […]

Fluid Notes for iPad is Not Very Fluid

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Fluid Notes for iPad promises a fluid interface for note takers who enjoy inking or typing on their iPad. Download and begin taking notes using a finger, a stylus or keyboard. They app takes its name, most likely, from the promise of a fluid user interface. In our experience the app fails to give users […]

Office Mobile for Office 365 Subscribers Comes Too Little Too Late

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Microsoft finally released a mobile app for iPhone called Office Mobile for Office 365 Subscribers. What a mouthful. It’s too bad they put more into the name than into the app. Office Mobile can’t compete with the third-party vendors that make awesome Microsoft Office compatible tools. We don’t think anyone should pay to become an […]

ZAGGKeys Cover iPad mini Keyboard Review

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The ZAGGKeys Cover is an iPad mini keyboard case with backlit keys that delivers the best mobile typing experience for the iPad mini. In addition to offering backlit keys, the ZAGGKeys Cover iPad mini keyboard is the only slim cover we’ve found that supports multiple viewing angles. This small iPad mini keyboard case is slim […]

Hitcase Pro for iPhone 5 Review: Makes iPhone a GoPro

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The Hitcase Pro for iPhone 5 turns the phone into a ruggedized GoPro style video camera with a fisheye lens and a water proof and shock proof case. Optional accessories help users mount their iPhone 5 to a car, boat, helmet or almost anything. The Hitcase Pro works great in extreme environments or while playing […]

Nokia Lumia 928 Review: Xenon Flash Is Not Worth the Purchase

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The Nokia Lumia 928 for Verizon Wireless largely functions in much of the same way as AT&T’s Lumia 920, but the new flagship adds a Xenon flash that replaces the dual-LED flash of the 920. Given what we know about Xenon flash–it’s brighter, able to freeze motion so you don’t have motion blur in your […]

Say the Same Thing: The 50 Billionth Downloaded iOS App Gets Reviewed

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There’s a fun game available on both iPhone and Android that we think could become the next Draw Something phenomena. It’s fun and addictive, but needs one major change before it could hit that level of popularity. And at least one other person seems to like it, since Apple just announced that the app became […]

Linksys EA6500 Wireless Router Review: Struggles to Keep Connection

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After a great experience with a Linksys WUMC710 Bridge, we tested the Linksys EA6500 Wireless Router hoping for the same simple setup and solid performance. The Linksys EA6500 Wireless Router uses a simple administrative page, but setup and performance fell short of the baseline set by our old D-Link router. The EA6500 degraded for us after a […]

Linksys WUMC710 Wireless-AC Media Connector Bridge Simple and Solid

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A wireless bridge or media connector, like the Linksys WUMC710 Wireless-AC Media Connector Bridge, connects set-top boxes and gaming systems to a wireless network… even if the boxes don’t come with built-in Wi-Fi. Plug the Ethernet cable into the media or gaming box, and the Linksys and the device will show on the network. A […]

2013 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor Review

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Ford’s Special Vehicle Team (SVT) is responsible for quite a few special vehicles. The F-150 Lightning, the SVT Focus and the Shelby GT500 are just a few of their popular items. In 2010 the SVT produced the Raptor. The Raptor is designed to be a truck that is more capable off-road than on. It is a […]

Fitbit Flex Review

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The Fitbit Flex is the first activity tracker from Fitbit that users wear on their wrist. As a result it feels like the Nike FuelBand, but without all of the features. The actual Fitbit Flex tracker is a small black device that fits inside the wristband. The design allows users to switch out the wristband […]

Fuji X-E1 Review: A Retro Camera That Inspires

Kit zoom lens offers surprisingly good performance with sharp images, bokeh, and wide apertures.

The Fuji X-E1 is a retro-inspired camera that borrows its good looks from rangefinder designs such as those from Leica. And not only does the X-E1 look good, it also has the imaging power to deliver some stunningly good images, a vast assortment of manual controls that inspires photographers to switch away from automatic shooting, […]