Apple’s second application for Android happens to be far more useful than its first. Move to iOS is an app that assists in moving away from Android, so you can imagine that a lot of Android fans didn’t have particularly positive feelings about it. But ... Read More »
Bluetooth earphones are a new thing for me. I never really thought about it, but the concept of having no cords to get tangled in while jogging or doing chores sounds absolutely fantastic. But they have had significant drawbacks in the past, like battery life and weight. How do a budget pair of earphones stack ... Read More »
The Inateck MercuryBox didn’t leave me particularly impressed in the audio department, though every other aspect was pretty fantastic. With brilliant battery life and build quality, I was sad to dislike the audio performance. But the MarsBox is supposed to sound far better, so I was looking forward ... Read More »
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If you are prone to losing things, Tile is exactly what you need in your life. Tile is a small, Bluetooth-enabled square that connects to your smartphone or tablet and serves as a beacon whenever pinged. It’s incredibly simple, which is exactly what makes it so good. And now, with the announcement of ... Read More »
As you guys probably know, I’ve been a fan of Inateck speakers for a while now. Ranging from the extreme budget to the $60 range with unusually long battery life, the company offers some high-quality speakers that make few sacrifices to achieve a low price tag. So when I was offered to review a full aluminum speaker ... Read More »
The new model of the Moto Hint has finally gone up for sale on Motorola’s website, and we finally get to see how it differentiates itself from the previous model. The Hint is a tiny Bluetooth earbud with a few twists, making it a great buy for someone who needs a Bluetooth earpiece.
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I’ll admit it. I’m a bit of a Bluetooth speaker snob by now. My rave review of the $250 Grain Audio Bluetooth speaker should explain to you how much I value sound quality. But that doesn’t mean I can’t enjoy cheap Bluetooth speakers, provided they sound good. ... Read More »
Before we start, you should know that I don’t have much of a fondness for expensive speakers. In my experience, expensive speakers are either mediocre and are priced based on name, or are awful and are priced based on features and gimmicks that I would consider useless. Hence my strong dislike for the original Jambox.
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The Soundfreaq Sound Kick was my first ever Bluetooth speaker. It started my obsession with Bluetooth audio, and I don’t use the word obsession lightly. I love Bluetooth speakers and it’s all attributed to the Sound Kick. So when I heard that the successor to the speaker was being released, I got very excited.
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If Google does one thing well, it’s innovate. The company constantly comes up with cool new stuff to show off, and even if a lot of it doesn’t come to fruition (or doesn’t succeed, which is another problem), it’s always cool and potentially useful. It often leads to fantastic products as well, so it works ... Read More »