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

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

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

cablejive-dockxtender.jpg

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

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

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

kensington-stylus1.jpg

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

Novatel-Jetpack-MiFi-4620L

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

Lusso Cartella

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 […]

Kingdom Rush for iPad Review

Kingdom Rush for iPad Review

Kingdom Rush for iPad is a tower defense that is worth way more than its $.99 price tag. It delivers countless hours of entertainment in an extremely well done package that will delight both fans of the genre and casual gamers alike. The game is a game by Armor Games and while it doesn’t do […]

JoyFactory Monet iPad Stylus Review

JoyFactory Monet iPad Stylus Review tip close up

Taking notes and drawing on the iPad is better with a stylus, and best with a great stylus. Personal preference plays a large role in defining the perfect iPad stylus, but the JoyFactory Monet iPad stylus is as close to perfect as I’ve found, and I have half a dozen iPad Styli scattered around my […]

Nikon D800 Review: First Impressions

nikon-d800-review (3)

The Nikon D800 is the best camera I’ve ever used and makes me want to stay out all day shooting photos instead of working. I’ll share my initial impressions of the D800 in this article and a couple of sample photos. At $2,999, the D800 is built for photo enthusiasts and professionals. It features a […]

Machinarium for iPad Review

Machinarium

Machinarium for iPad is a must-have for those that love games that combine both adventure and puzzles. And because of its easy gameplay, beautiful graphics, fantastic soundtrack and relatively cheap price tag, it also warrants a look from iPad owners who are searching for a new game to try. The game comes from Czech studio Amanita […]

Infinity Blade 2 for iPhone and iPad Review

Infinity Blade 2

Infinity Blade 2 is an action game for the iPhone and iPad that is more than worthy of its expensive $6.99 price tag. With its beautiful graphics, addictive gameplay, and fantastic controls, this is a must have game, especially for gamers who own Apple’s tablet. The game, developed by Epic Games, is the sequel to […]

Max Payne for iPhone and iPad Review

Max Payne for iOS Review

Rockstar Games has released Max Payne for the iPhone and the iPad. The game costs $2.99 and while it has its faults, those who love a solid action game and a good story will want to consider picking it up. Max Payne for iOS is a port of a PC game that was released back […]

Samsung Galaxy Player 3.6 Review: First Impressions

Galaxy Player 3.6 front

This week Samsung launched their new Galaxy Player 3.6, a smaller version of the non-phone Android devices they introduced to the U.S. last fall. The Player 3.6 runs the Gingerbread variant of Android and works just like a smartphone with the exception of making calls or having a connection to cellular data. It costs $149 […]

Nokia Lumia 900 Review

nokia-lumia-review-9

The Nokia Lumia 900 is the best Windows Phone available. The device is iconic in design, with a big screen that showcases what Windows Phone is capable of. The Lumia 900 is the first Windows Phone with 4G LTE, which delivers snappy speeds that match the surprisingly fast overall performance. The limitations of the Lumia 900, and Windows […]

Lenovo IdeaPad A1 Review

lenovo7

It’s clear that the tablet market has become a two horse race. We have the likes of the iPad, which starts at $499, competing for marketshare with tablets that check in under $250. One of those sub $250 tablets is the Lenovo IdeaPad A1 which the company launched back in October of 2011. Of course, […]

New iPad Review (3rd Gen)

new iPad

If you like the original iPad or the iPad 2, you’re going to love the third generation iPad. As with many recent Apple products, the new iPad is a rehash of its predecessor rather than a complete redesign. That’s OK in my book as there’s simply no reason to mess with a formula that millions […]