By Christopher Price on November 30, 2013
We talk one of the cheap, easy things Microsoft could do to save their starving-for-sales Surface tablet.
By Christopher Price on May 29, 2013
The PlayStation Vita would probably have a great second coming, if it offered up one killer app. While the hardware may be there, the software sure isn’t. The PlayStation Vita is in a unique spot. Almost the same spot where Microsoft’s KIN was a long time ago. It’s a finished device that went too upscale. […]
By Christopher Price on November 5, 2012
A repeat of a deal we ran recently, now ten dollars cheaper than the last time.
By Christopher Price on October 24, 2012
Walmart takes the Galaxy Tab 2 to a new low… in cost, one day after Apple announced iPad mini at almost twice the price.
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By Christopher Price on July 25, 2012
Novatel’s latest MiFi is a mix of old and new. But, in a good way… we’ll explain. Nobody has tested this unit more than us.
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By Christopher Price on June 13, 2012
We tackle all three devices, after using them all quite a bit, and I’ll explain why I’m so angry at these trio of devices.
Posted in Android, Editorials, Reviews | Tagged 3.6, 4.0, 5.0, Android, android 2.3, Android 4.0, autonomous gps, editorial, Galaxy Player, galaxy s, galaxy s wi-fi, Gingerbread, gps, Ice Cream Sandwich, ics, PMP, portable music player, Reviews, Samsung | Leave a response
By Christopher Price on March 13, 2012
Nokia builds on its commitment to HTML5 Maps, doesn’t build on explaining exactly why.
By Humberto Saabedra on June 30, 2011
LightSquared, the planned satellite-based LTE network meant for wholesale access has filed its expected report to the FCC on the results of its interference testing after missing its initial deadline at the beginning of the month. The results of the report are unsurprising to those with experience with satellite-based communications, but LightSquaredâ€™s position on the […]
By Joseph Klaas on January 6, 2011
SPOT Connect is a small module that connects to bluetooth enabled smartphones and provides a satellite link. The device transmits GPS coordinates to your smartphone as well as allowing text message communication and updates to Twitter and Facebook.Â The main claim to fame relates to emergency services, and an SOS message can be sent for the […]
By Humberto Saabedra on January 4, 2011
Following its failed venture in the smartphone arena, Garmin has released a new navigation app for iOS in the StreetPilot app for $39.99, undercutting TomTom’s offering while still offering real-time traffic data, voice commands, lane assist, address book integration and multitasking support. The StreetPilot app will also be made available for the BlackBerry in the […]