John P. Feit

  The Samson Go Mic Connect USB microphone is a portable, easy to use microphone that can be used with your Windows or Mac computer, or your IOS device (with the Apple Camera Connection Kit).  Samson’s Go Mic Connect Portable Stereo USB Microphone is the next step in advanced audio solutions for digital communication, including… Read More

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  As a musician who is better in my mind than in person, I love gadgets that help make me sound better than I am.  Plugging my acoustic-electric guitar in is one way I can do that, and the IK Multimedia iRig Pro DUO is an excellent choice for doing this.  The unit is small… Read More

Posted in: Audio, Video, TV, iOS, Music Gear, Reviews
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I have a confession to make.  I am a caseaholic. I already had three iPhone cases before my iPhone 6 Plus even arrived.  I had a black leather folio case, a knock-off of a Twelve South BookBook brown leather wallet case, and a blue slim case with holster from Best Buy.  I had wanted to… Read More

Posted in: Cases and Covers, iOS, Reviews
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Let me start by saying that until I had this system installed, I had never once thought that I would ever want or need a Dashcam.  After several weeks using this ZeroEdge Dual-lens Car Camera , I am very happy that I accepted this opportunity to review this item (and had it professionally installed).  The… Read More

Posted in: Car Gear, Reviews
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First of all, let me preface this by adding this small caveat to the title. It should say is Magic Leap the next version of technology that Google Glass promised but failed to deliver?  What is Magic Leap?  Right now, Magic Leap, is a tech start-up, located in South Florida.  The company has raised over… Read More

Posted in: Miscellaneous, News
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After several weeks of using the new Incase Reform Sling bag, I am conflicted by its unique design, its great organizational features, and its limitations because of the above.  The Reform sling bag was specifically designed to hold the new 12” MacBook.  While I do not have one of these MacBooks (I have a 13.3”… Read More

Posted in: Bags, Reviews
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I have always been a big fan of styli since my days with my first Palm Pilot. There has hardly been a capacitive stylus that I haven't used, from iFrogz to Wacom Bamboo, to Hand, to a plethora of other no-name brands over the years. When the opportunity came to review an active stylus, I… Read More

Posted in: Reviews, Styluses
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Yesterday, I reported the news that the latest version of Android Wear will be compatible with iPhones. Based on the feedback I received, it is clear that our readers are as excited as I am that they will have more options than the Apple Watch to join the smartwatch revolution. Today, Motorola announced the availability… Read More

Posted in: Android, Health, Fitness, Sports, News, Watches and Clocks
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Android Wear comes to iPhone

  Google announced that as of Monday, Google’s Android Wear smart watches will now connect to Apple’s iPhones (iPhone 5 and up). This is big news for those of us who have iPhones, but who are fans of Google’s many useful tools, such as Google Calendar, Gmail, and my favorite, Google Now. While Google’s Android… Read More

Posted in: Android, iOS, News, Watches and Clocks
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I’ll admit that when the opportunity to review the GoGo Robots Selfie Stick, I didn’t know what to expect. I think that I missed the “selfie” generation, and have never quite understood the phenomena, but I have a 19 year old son who seems to take selfies all of the time.  According to Amazon.com’s Web… Read More

Posted in: Camera Gear, Reviews
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First, let me get this out of the way.  I am an admitted Apple fanboy.  Although I held off on an iPhone until last December when I finally made the Android to iOS switch with an iPhone 6+ (128 GB).  My main computer now is a 2013 MacBook Pro, and I also have a 2008… Read More

Posted in: Articles, Watches and Clocks
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In San Francisco, CA, a small startup called The Grid (www.thegrid.io), is getting ready to radically change the future of Web design with their proprietary artificial intelligence platform.  This AI platform promises users freedom from templates and other drag and drop Web site development tools, and instead suggests that using their platform, your Web site… Read More

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I was excited to receive this sample to review from ONANOFF. Being a music aficionado and an avid iPad Air 1 user, I was stoked when I read the company’s description and claim that this flat panel speaker/case, would improve the sound of my iPad Air by 400%. As you can imagine, I was a… Read More

Posted in: Audio, Video, TV, Bluetooth Gear, iOS, Reviews
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Recently, I received a set of Blue Skullcandy Grind Headphones (MSRP $59.99 USD) for review. Skullcandy is a well-known manufacturer of headphones and ear buds that cater to the younger, active consumer. These headphones have a classical on ear design, with a detachable cable that features a simple to use, one button control for answering… Read More

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Gizmodo this week reported something that sent chills to all of us that rely on the Internet for so much of our lives. It seems that we are getting close to reaching the physical capacity of the underlying cable infrastructure that keeps the information superhighway speeding along. According to researchers in London, fiber optic cables… Read More

Posted in: News
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