Some time ago, we caught word via a neighborhood watch group that some crooks in our area were getting clever and stealing things like garage door openers and car registrations. So I did the obvious thing and started carrying my garage door opener with me, but it wasn’t as convenient as it initially sounded. When I got home, ... Read More »
We’ve already established how handy battery packs are to have. They’re there to give your phone battery a boost or even a full charge when you’re out and about. No need to be that person sitting on the ground next to a wall outlet in the airport. No need to bring your wall charger along ... Read More »
Until this year, I never stepped outside of North America. When I was a kid, my parents apparently took me to Mexico, we vacationed to the Dominican Republic when I was in 6th grade, and I grew up only a few hours away from the Canadian border in Seattle. This year I traveled to Europe ... Read More »
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Power banks are fantastic accessories to keep around for emergencies. Whether you’re abroad or just want to avoid missing a Snapchat, having some form of communication always available is important. So instead of carrying around a charger and a separate power bank, why not carry both in one device?
Price: $69.99-89.99 Capacity: 6,000 mAh Plugs: US ... Read More »
If I could, I would control every piece of my home from my phone. But I’m too poor to make that happen right now. What I was able to afford was putting a Wink Hub/GE Link Light Bulb starter kit on my Christmas wish list last year and I was lucky enough that my wish came ... Read More »
Working in the Android blogosphere, I’ve had the opportunity to review quite a few devices. Yet, the company that continually impresses me is Lenovo. While most other companies follow tried and true formulas for new devices, Lenovo has continued to innovate and try new ideas. Do these concepts always work? No, but that’s part of ... Read More »
Chromebooks have always been an area of interest. The concept of the Chromebook took cues from the failed wave of netbooks and went for portability and low price. But rather than pairing that with a traditionally more intensive operating system like Windows, Chromebooks were outfitted with Chrome OS, Google’s ultra-light operating system that revolves around ... Read More »
The Samsung Gear VR has been around for over a year now, but previous offerings were only compatible with a single device and were always treated as beta products by Samsung. That all changes with the release of the new Gear VR, with the price drop to $99 bringing it into the mainstream just in time ... Read More »
The bigger our phones get, the more power hungry they are. And the bigger batteries we have, the longer they take to charge. Thus the invention of quick charging was brought upon us, to charge our devices rapidly so we can get back to Snapchatting our lives away.
Though you may not be actively ... Read More »
The DROID line of phones is perhaps one of the most important in Android history. Not only is it one of the oldest Android device families, but the original Motorola DROID — launched in 2009 — helped to give Android a major boost in adoption and make it into the most ... Read More »