Posts Tagged: "Mobile"

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Mailbox Now Available For Android And OS X

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Mailbox has quickly become a popular iOS app and will now be available for Android devices and soon for OS X users. The gesture-heavy email client from Dropbox was first an iPhone-only email app with support limited to Gmail, but then became a available for iPad users with iCloud and...

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Sprint’s Early Upgrade “One Up” Plan Loses A Life

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Hey, remember Sprint’s One Up early upgrade plan? Yeah, neither does anyone else: It’s being put out to pasture just four months after it was introduced. Oh Sprint. Why did you have to grab the poison mushroom? One Down The Sprint “One Up” plan was clearly inspired by T-Mobile’s similar...

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IOGEAR MediaShair Hub Review

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I’ll tell you why most people don’t throw parties — it’s because they don’t want to have to play the host and run around making sure everybody is having a good time, which means they themselves rarely do. So it might have seemed that I’d be stuck moving around the...

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Creative Labs HS-930i2 Earbud Headphones Review

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I have officially settled on a manner for which to wear those all-too-familiar earbud headsets. After fitting a pair into my ears I take the cord and wrap it once or twice around the upper back of my ears. This helps with support and keeps the darn things from slipping...

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Mad Catz F.R.E.Q. 7 Gaming Headset for PC and Mobile Review

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Just last week Mad Catz announced their F.R.E.Q. 7 Dolby Digital 7.1 headset for PC and mobile devices. The unit can be seen as the flagship of the F.R.E.Q line, which includes the newish F.R.E.Q. 5 stereo gaming headset. The major differences is the embedded Dolby Digital ProLogic IIx technology....

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Sony 15-Inch VAIO S Series 15 Laptop Review

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This year marks the 15th anniversary for Sony’s VAIO brand. I had no idea. I remember recommending one to a friend’s Dad, little over a decade ago. But 15 yrs…!? Go Sony! The VAIO name has brought some innovation over those years. I remember the memory stick that was advertised...

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ThinkGeek iCADE 8-bitty Game Controller Review

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Back in the day when Atari was God — a one button, one joystick controller was all that was needed. Your thumb and the side of your index finger against the stick got calluses, you lived with it. Then along came Nintendo’s NES — making the “candy bar” controller the...