Over the past few months there has been some controversy regarding speculation that the next major iPhone would ditch the conventional 3.5 mm headphone jack, and rely solely on its lightning connector and or bluetooth to play audio through headphones. This raised some controversy because the 3.5mm jack has been a staple of modern portable […]
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Microsoft announced a plethora of new products during their Windows 10 devices event in New York City on Tuesday afternoon. Those products are pretty cool, and many had even been rumored of over the past few months. Let’s go through some of the products first, and I’ll get to the major issues later. Skip to […]
House of Marley has made a name for itself over the past couple of years by offering high quality headphones and speakers that come in a wide range of Rasta- themed colors. These colors are appealing to just about everyone who looks at them – ISIL being the one exception. I reviewed the Redemption Song […]
Jam Transit is not the first name that comes to mind when most consumers think of “portable speakers” however the company is doing a lot of awesome work, and it should soon start making its way into the minds of consumers. In this review we will cover the Jam Trance Mini, a portable speaker system […]
If you’re in the market for a 6 inch smart phone, then you need to pick a model that actually gets stuff done. The last thing you want to do is buy a 6” smart phone that’s rendered useless because of poor battery life, poor processor speeds, really bad PPI or some other system that […]
Google is a word that has become ubiquitous with the Internet Of things. For most of the world, it is the internet in and of itself. However since 2009, Google has found itself increasingly entrenched in the mobile hardware sector. First, with the “Nexus” brand of Android smartphones (Commissioned by Google, and manufactured by companies […]
On the 3rd April 1973, a Motorola employee named Martin Cooper made a call in New York on a Motorola DynaTAC, and lo and behold, the first public mobile phone call was made. It was a brick really, standing 9 inches tall, took 10 hours to charge and had 30 circuit boards inside it. It’s fair to […]
Back in the early months of 2014, a number of different analysts looked at the mobile gaming data for the previous year. The overwhelmingly most significant result was the continued growth of mobile gaming and its increasing contribution to overall game revenue. For many people, though, the more segmented data was of the most value. […]
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