David Ferreira

When you travel as much as I do, the ability to shut off the outside world and immerse yourself in music or a movie is not just important, it is a necessity.  And when hear about a small, lightweight product which claims up to 60 hours of battery life, active noise cancelling, and all in… Read More

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I love tablets.  Specifically, I love Android tablets.  I’ve had most of the major devices since day one including the Motorola Xoom and the earliest Samsung tablet, the Galaxy Tab 8.9.  The last one, well that was a brick – it was heavy, slow and would hurt you if you dropped it on an extremity… Read More

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Here’s a new flash: cell phones are expensive.  With the upcoming flagship phones from Samsung, Google, and Apple the upward trend in pricing probably won’t stop.  So with a significant investment in technology that generally lives in your pocket or in a bag, most people develop a powerful motivation to protect that investment.  The Peel… Read More

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I scream, you scream, we all scream.  Someone calls the police and the situation becomes awkward.  And one great way to break through that awkwardness is with home made ice cream.  Today we are going to take a look at the Pampered Chef Ice Cream Maker.  How easy is it to use and will it… Read More

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24 Hours with Bixby

Unless you have been under a rock, you already know about Samsung’s entry into the Smart Assistant category with the odd name Bixby.  If you have been under a rock, welcome back and we’ll wait while you catch up. Bixby launched on the new Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus phones back in April, but… Read More

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Everybody, their brother, and their brother’s next-door neighbor makes a Bluetooth speaker these days, or so it seems. Some are merely OK and some are just downright awful. Very few are actually worth your hard-earned money. Where does the Nekteck NK-S1 fit on this scale? Read on to find out… I have been looking for a… Read More

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Charging your devices while traveling is a pain – a small one, granted.  Remembering to bring the right “wall wart” for each device is something you generally think about when you check into the hotel.  The problem only gets worse at home – with every device having its own power adapter, you quickly develop dangerous… Read More

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When you live in a nearly 100 year old house with hardwood floors and 2 dogs that are over-achievers when it comes to shedding, you learn to live with pet hair.  Seriously, Steve – our older dog – sheds enough each week to create a 1/3 size replica of himself.  There are many automated solutions… Read More

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I have a lot of devices.  There, I said it.  Each has a purpose, but all share one common need for data, whether that is supplying it in the form of pictures (my Nikon S220 camera) or consuming it as video (my iPad and Android tablet).  The problem is that each has a different connector and… Read More

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Like you, I have a sizable investment in my gear so I am always on the lookout for anything that helps me protect that investment.  And I choose bags and sleeves like I choose my clothes – smart, stylish and functional always attracts my attention.  Bellroy – a company I have known more for their… Read More

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Samsung has sent out invitations for its Mobile World Congress press event, but thanks to the recent Note 7 problems the company will not be unveiling a new Galaxy S series phone as they have in years past. Instead, the event is likely to be centered around a refresh of their flagship tablet, the Galaxy… Read More

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