By Christopher Price on May 10, 2014
I took a coffee break from engineering, and wrote a review of the best travel router I’ve ever used.
By Christopher Price on October 30, 2012
We take a look at Ubuntu for Nexus 7, made possible with the new one-click installer promoted by Canonical. What we found certainly surprised us…
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By Christopher Price on March 12, 2012
We preview the future of data connectivity, at least the future of iPad data connectivity. Apple’s Thunderbolt was off to a slow start. Will Seagate turn it around with a SATA adapter? We find out.
By Christopher Price on May 19, 2009
We’ve got a lot of sources out there. For the past five years, we’ve dominated coverage of all the carriers. Sprint was the first. So when Sprint decided to finally ship a somewhat open, Linux-driven, modern Palm phone… it wasn’t a question of who was going to review it first. And now, for the first […]
By Humberto Saabedra on December 1, 2008
Samsung has decided to apply the novel dual-slider concept to create the evolution of the music phone that it started with the well received Upstage. Now with the switch to the OneClick standard user interface, does the Highnote improve on the innovative features found on the Upstage, or will it be hampered by the one […]
By Christopher Price on July 9, 2008
The Nokia N95-4 has been sold in mainstream retail stores for about a month. And, for a little longer than that, Nokia has given us a copy to review. Is Nokia’s fourth go-around with the N95 one that can stand up to iPhone 3G? Read more to find out. Buy a Nokia N95-4 from Amazon.com […]
By Christopher Price on June 15, 2004
This is Sprint PCS Info’s first review of a product. Brace yourself, as we are going take products to task when they need to be, and declare them the holy grail when they are. PocketMac Pro 3.3 is the latest version of the first program that allowed Macintosh users to keep in touch with their […]
By Christopher Price on July 13, 2003
Gmsmith from 3GWiz.com was lucky enough to get a prototype Sony Ericsson T608 to review. Check it out, but be advised as his review says, that while the hardware was final the software wasn’t.