Posts Tagged: "Android"

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Microsoft Wedge Mobile Keyboard Review

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A few weeks back we looked at a really great keyboard from Microsoft, the Sculpt Mobile Keyboard. That wasn’t as mobile a keyboard as some users may like, but there is one really great solution for tablet/mobile users that Microsoft is putting out as well: the Wedge Mobile Keyboard. Unlike...

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iPhone 5 vs Nokia Lumia 920 (Comparison)

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The iPhone 5 may be the hottest phone right now, but as we talked about just a short while ago, it’s major improvements over the previous iPhone 4S aren’t so massive. In fact, after having some time to play with the iPhone 5, it’s clearly a better phone, but not...

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Samsung SIII Mini Unveiled

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The iPhone 5 has a 4-inch screen.  It’s slender, fits in the pocket with out much obstruction, and is so light weight it’s hardly noticeable.  The Samsung SIII on the other hand, the iPhone 5’s biggest and baddest nemesis  is not any of these things.  And hence why Samsung took the...

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Nexus 7 vs Kindle Fire HD (Comparison)

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When it comes to 7″ tablets, while the Nook HD beat out the Kindle Fire HD in our last comparison, the truth is that Amazon’s tablet will undoubtedly sell far more units because of it’s popularity and because of the Amazon Prime service. That said, the Nexus 7, which we...

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Belkin G1V1000 @TV Plus Review

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 Some reviews are difficult not because of the technology discussed, but because the purpose of that technology doesn’t come across as having any value. We can all say that TV has its good moments amidst the bad — and that’s why we watch so much of it. But not in...

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ASUS Nexus 7 Review

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The future is now, or at least that’s what Google wants you to believe. They may not be wrong; with technology moving at the pace it is, even a slow economy and perhaps the worst political climate in history isn’t doing much to slow down technological growth. And Google is...