blueLounge Sanctuary Review: Attractive Charging Station

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The Sanctuary from blueLounge charges as many as 3,768 different devices thanks to the multiple charging connectors built into the charging station, but it won’t charge two of the same kind at once. The charging station hides your charging wires in a compact and attractive solution for the night stand, desk or anywhere you like […]

Jitterbug Plus Review

It's pricey, but it's a solid smartphone for what it is.

It has been three years since the original Jitterbug launched and GreatCall is back with follow-up to its popular smartphone built especially for seniors. The Jitterbug Plus is GreatCall’s new addition to the Jitterbug lineup and while it has its downsides, it’s a phone that we can comfortably recommend to seniors. In the three years […]

Google Nexus 7 Tablet Can Replace My iPad For Now

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For two plus years people could accurately call me an iPad fanboy, but I’m going to try and go without using my iPad in favor of the Google Nexus 7 Tablet. While I am a fan of Apple products, I’m also an Android user. I replaced my iPhone with a Samsung Galaxy Note and now the […]

Verizon Galaxy S III Review: From an iPhone Owner

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The Samsung Galaxy S III is a slim and wonderful looking Android smartphone that focuses heavily on gestures and natural use to deliver one of the most attractive Android phones I’ve used in a long time. It’s no secret that I’ve become a heavy iPhone user, but the Galaxy S III reminded me that Android smartphones are […]

a-JAYS Four Ear Buds Review: Tangle Free & iOS Remote Control

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The a-JAYS Four Ear Buds solve the age old problem of tangled earbuds and pack in a handy iOS remote control and decent sound. a-JAYS hits it out of the park with their a-JAYS Four Ear Buds for iPhone or iPad. The headphones use a flat, “tangle-free”, cable instead of the traditional round headphone cables. The […]

Nexus 7 Review: The 7″ Tablet to Beat

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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 value in the $199 device and it’s much more portable than the iPad. The Nexus 7 is a solid device, paired with the best […]

Pixel Skin HD Wrap Review

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The Pixel Skin HD Wrap case from Speck adds stylish protection to the iPad with a number of nice features. The pixellated rubber finish provides added grip and a small amount of shock protection. A latch keeps the front portion of the case closed while in a bag or when carrying the iPad by itself. Speck […]

T-Mobile Monthly 4G Review: $30 per Month Bargain

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T-Mobile’s $30 Monthly 4G plan is an unbelievable deal. Smartphone users on a budget should definitely take a look at T-Mobile’s somewhat-hidden $30 plan before signing a two-year contract. You will need to bring your own phone or buy an unsubsidized phone from T-Mobile, but the long-term savings are worth it. I purchased an unlocked […]

Gogo Inflight Wi-Fi Review: One Price, All Devices

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Gogo Inflight Wi-Fi is an essential travel tool for users who need to stay connected while traveling, delivering a reliable and snappy Internet connection on many flights. In-flight Wi-Fi is rarely found on the planes I travel out of the Midwest, but on return flights it is routinely available. After wrapping up a week in […]

Samsung Galaxy Note Review: A Decent Travel Companion

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I recently took a road trip my new Samsung Galaxy Note and it performed great for a few things – entertainment, GPS, and note-taking at the convention I attended. However, my positive experience with the Galaxy Note soured a bit on this trip due to the horrible battery life. The Big Screen Shines Bright We […]

Huawei Ascend P1 Review: First Impressions

Huawei Ascend P1 Review: First Impressions

We first went hands-on with the Huawei Ascend P1 at CES 2012 in Las Vegas, the event that the company used to announce the Android 4.0 smartphone. Overall, we came away pretty impressed after we some time with the phone on the showroom floor. However. now it’s time to dive deep into the Huawei Ascend […]

iPhone 3GS Review: Three Years with the iPhone 3GS

Three years with one phone is a long time.

I can’t remember exactly what day I got my iPhone 3GS. Really, I can’t. It was that long ago. I know that I got it shortly after it launched in June of 2009 and that it replaced my tank of a smartphone at the time, the BlackBerry 7130c. Yes, I once used a BlackBerry, believe […]

Samsung Galaxy S III Review: Editors’ Choice

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The Galaxy S III is Samsung’s best Android smartphone to date and the company’s successor to the Galaxy S II device that was launched last year as the Galaxy S II on AT&T and T-Mobile and the Epic 4G Touch on Sprint. The touchscreen-only smartphone will compete against the HTC One X series as well […]

CableJive dockXtender Review: Dock the iPhone or iPad While in a Case

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The new CableJive dockXtender extends iPhone and iPad 30-pin charging and docking cables and providing an extra level of convenience so users can dock an iPhone or iPad while keeping it in the case. It works great with any iPad, iPod or iPhone 30-pin dock accessory! Users who love bulky cases like the Otterbox case can’t fit […]

Samsung TecTiles NFC Tags Review

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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 that you can place anywhere you’d like, whether it’s on a business card, a flyer or advertisement, or a banner. Consumers can even buy them and place them around the home, […]

Kensington Virtuoso Mini Collapsible Stylus Review

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The Kensington Virtuoso Mini Collapsible Stylus for your iPad or iPhone promises to give you a compact inking tool that connects via a small black cylinder to your iOS 30-pin dock connector. ‘ As their website copy says, With it you get “… quick access and you never have to worry about losing your stylus again.” […]

Verizon Novatel MiFi Jetpack 4620L Review: Editor’s Choice

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When Novatel Wireless had launched its original MiFi mobile hotspot a few years ago, it was instantly one of the best device in a mobile road warrior’s arsenal. With a compact credit card size and the ability to connect up to five WiFi-enabled devices to Verizon’s 3G CDMA/EVDO network, the original MiFi offered an easy […]

New iPad OtterBox Defender Case Review: Rugged and Versatile

New iPad OtterBox Defender Case Review

The OtterBox Defender Series case for the new iPad delivers great protection for an amazing price. This rugged case seals the iPad ports, includes a built-in screen protector and offers a hard front cover that doubles as a stand. The front cover acts as a stand for typing in landscape mode, watching movies or holding […]

Lusso Cartella Luxury iPad Case Review

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The craftsmanship and elegance of the Lusso Cartella Luxury iPad case will lure you in, but unfortunately, the case has some drawbacks that make its $199 price tag hard to swallow. When I first received the Lusso Cartella Luxury iPad case, I was absolutely blown away. The presentation of the thing is about as classy […]