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In the past, most of our reviews have focused on mobile devices, but since we try to cover everything mobile, we thought we’d cover a product that goes hand-and-hand with mobile devices, headphones. With phones, MP3 players and now tablets allowing us to have all our favorite content on the go, sometimes listening to that content without a headset can be annoying...

We just wrapped up our head to head battle featuring the Samsung Galaxy S III and the HTC One X. Both of these amazing Android devices feature impressive processing speeds, 8-megapixel cameras, 720p displays and ultra thin designs, but only one could be our winner. Check out the video below to see who we picked as the best Android smartphone for this year (so far). Don’t...

For years, I’ve always used a Mac, be it an iMac, Mac Pro or MacBook Pro, for all my personal and business needs. I believe it all stems from attending, and graduating from, an art college. It was ingrained in our heads, that Macs were superior to Windows PC’s for an artist’s needs, which may be true, but are Mac superior to Windows for everything? Not necessarily....

Since the day Apple first released their iPad in March of 2010, competitors have been scrambling to match its success. Despite the fact that rumors had been flying everywhere prior to its announcement that Apple was working on a tablet for the post-PC era, no other company quite knew what to expect. So by the time companies like Samsung and Motorola managed to release...

I was able to get my hands on one of the most futuristic devices I’ve seen in a while. It’s a projection keyboard by Celluon that projects a LED Keyboard on a flat opaque surface. All of your typing on the keyboard is registered by IR Technology. The Magic Cube is only about 2.5 inches tall and fits easily in your pocket. The box contains: The Magic...

Check out our Samsung Galaxy Note unboxing (better late then never), we’ll have a full review on the device in about a week (possibly on Sunday, if I can pull myself away from the iPad), we want to put in some quality time with it, so we can give it a fair shake. So be sure to check back. In the meantime, check out the unboxing for a quick impression. ...

“Exquisite sound paired with swiss-army knife functionality. Wireless audio speaker, speakerphone and mobile phone charger that will go anywhere you go. So attractive, you’ll start dressing like one.” – SPAR If you are in the market for an all-in-one portable phone station, you may have hit the jack pot. However you were not the only one who thought...

Posted on Dec 16 2011 - 11:08pm by Mike Wewerka
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So I’ve had a chance to mess around with Sonos’ Play:3 wireless HiFi audio speaker for about a month. Rather then spend just a few days or a weekend with it, I decided to speak some good ol’ quality time with the system to really get a feel. Sonos may not be as well-known as BOSE or have quite the same technology, but what it lacks, it makes up...

So yesterday, SONOS sent a PLAY:3 unit and a Bridge to mess around with for a while. While a full review is coming, I have to give you all my initial impression, which is….WOW this thing is sweet. So far, its been a blast and setup was a breeze, much faster and easier than I was expecting. I did have one hiccup, which was getting my Spotify service to show...