Recently HP’s CEO Leo Apotheker said that they were open to the idea of licensing WebOS. And I literally heard the entire internet say, “It’s about time.” Arguably WebOS is the freshest and best multitasking mobile OS available. If you don’t agree with that, you most certainly will agree with the fact that even if you have never owned a WebOS phone, you respect WebOS. Read More →
Just about every one has a cellphone these days. Some held out as long as they could, but eventually they caved and got one. With the amount of choices and availability added with ease of use, it’s hard not to. But having a cellphone really doesn’t mean the same thing for everyone who has one. Even the primary use for a phone–making calls– isn’t necessarily the most important feature to a lot of users. Nowadays, these things do a lot. They come in all sorts of shapes, color and sizes. But eventually we all decided on one particular phone. Why?
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Whenever I am reviewing headsets, I am always looking for thought in the design as well as function and comfort. PureGear’s PureBeats certainly has a fresh look. But do they deliver quality sound or are they just another cheap in-ear headset that is over priced? Read More →
The first thought I had when I saw these was, “SkullCandy?” The thinksound ts02+mic headphones look very, very identical to the skullcandy pair that I have been using. But are they really similar?
“thinksound™ began with a simple goal; to create incredible sounding headphones with the smallest eco-footprint possible. Our headphones are made with real wood, creating a more natural resonance and unparalleled acoustics.”
The headphones came in recyclable packaging and a cotton carrying pouch which smelled… natural. There’s also a number varying sized rubber tips to find the right fit for your ears.
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The makers of the Peek Pronto have introduced a new device; the Peek 9. Great!
What is it? Is it a phone? A scientific calculator? A digital dictionary? I got it, it’s an Electronic Foreign Language Translator!
Actually it is none of those things. It is an Email Device. It probably should be some or all of those other things, then perhaps we can have a reasonable expectation of people actually wanting something like this. In a world of the Smart-Phone and even the Feature-Phone becoming better at doing practically everything except cooking your dinner, what could a simple email device do for you? Read More →
When I first heard this bit of news, I thought, “Please, not another Straight Talk …” Thankfully it is not. Walmart Family Mobile, Powered by T-Mobile has just thrown its hat into the race with a pretty competitive price point for service. Will it be a deal budget-junkies can’t resist? Or will the handsets being offered slow the number of adapters? Read More →