AIDA64 Comes to iOS and Windows Phone
By: Kristofer Brozio - 09 June 2015 - Comments Off on AIDA64 Comes to iOS and Windows Phone

If you have a PC then chances are you know AIDA64 or at least your should as it’s an invaluable tool really. AIDA64 basically is a suite a programs that tells you all about

LG G4 Now Available in the States
By: Kristofer Brozio - 08 June 2015 - Comments Off on LG G4 Now Available in the States

The ‘states’ as in the United States where I am of course… anyway, they do have some decent deals for the G4 like a free 32gb microsd card, extra battery and charging cradle and

Samsung Galaxy S6 active Coming Exclusively to AT&T on June 12th
By: Kristofer Brozio - 08 June 2015 - Comments Off on Samsung Galaxy S6 active Coming Exclusively to AT&T on June 12th

It seems that if you want the new Samsung Galaxy S6 active phone you’ll need to be on AT&T and they’re getting exclusivity according to this PR that just arrived in my email. Price

Review of Bluetooth Talk n’ Walk Headphones
By: Kristofer Brozio - 06 June 2015 - Comments Off on Review of Bluetooth Talk n’ Walk Headphones

Up for review today I’ve got a set of Bluetooth headphones called the Talk n’ Walk which have a control pad built right into them. So yes they are Bluetooth but they also have

Review of WAVEstream Universal Portable Wireless Speaker Bluetooth Sound Bar
By: Kristofer Brozio - 31 May 2015 - Comments Off on Review of WAVEstream Universal Portable Wireless Speaker Bluetooth Sound Bar

Up for review today I have the WAVEstream Bluetooth sound bar which can be used for music and as a speakerphone. Price is about $25 and for that you get decent and very loud

Review of Silicon Devices Comfort+ Bluetooth Headphones
By: Kristofer Brozio - 19 May 2015 - Comments Off on Review of Silicon Devices Comfort+ Bluetooth Headphones

Up for review today I have the Silicon Devices Comfort+ stereo Bluetooth headphones. These headphones or earphones are the in-ear style and they can be used for exercising or outdoors to listen to music

Notebook Pro: The Bee’s Knees of Tablet Writing Apps
By: Jim Szymanski - 16 May 2015 - Comments Off on Notebook Pro: The Bee’s Knees of Tablet Writing Apps

I purchased a Surface 3, minus the fancy keyboard, to use as a tablet. One the many things I hope to do with this new device, thanks to it’s extraordinary N-trig pen,  is to

Surface 3: First 100 Hours
By: Jim Szymanski - 09 May 2015 - Comments Off on Surface 3: First 100 Hours

It’s been a little over over four days since cutting the security seal on my new Surface 3 and thought it would be a good time to share some thoughts. As soon as I

URBAN LEGEND DEBUNKED–Surface 3 Works Without The (Optional) Touch Keyboard
By: Jim Szymanski - 05 May 2015 - 2 Comments

Despite what slick marketing and reviewers would have you think, the Surface 3 actually works without the (optional) keyboard attached. In fact, Microsoft went ahead and added a on-screen keyboard that you can use

Battery Drain: Mobility’s Achilles Heel
By: Jim Szymanski - 25 April 2015 - Comments Off on Battery Drain: Mobility’s Achilles Heel

So who has never had this happen. You slip your phone in your pocket, bag or case, knowing that it has about 78% worth of juice in it. A few hours later your out