As owner and huge fan of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (and previously Note 2), I know how it is to deal with a large-screened smartphone. Things tend to get a little trickier when I want to use it one-handed, and it does require an added bit of dexterity. It’s not a big deal, since more »
High Resolution Technologies has just announced consumer shipping of their latest HRT nano series dSp and HRT i-dSp digital sound processors.
Most smartphone cases are designed with one thing in mind. Protection. Second to that might be design and style, catering to the unique individuals we all are. That’s pretty much it for the wide majority of smartphone cases. However, over the past few years we’ve seen some manufacturers incorporate extended battery packs, and/or flash memory more »
Forget Guitar Hero. If you want to have some fun and learn instrument skills while you’re at it, you go with the Jamstik. The company knocked it out of the park with their original Jamstik product, and they are now providing consumers with the early opportunity to get the latest Jamstik+.
We’ve been patiently waiting for visual representation of Samsung’s soon-to-be Galaxy S6 while gradually piecing the hardware puzzle together, and today, we give you… the mother lode. The ultimate product leak, showcasing the handheld’s metallic framework in all its glory.
Remember that hefty, tactical flashlight that was a hit at last year’s CES? Well, the Zerohour team is back again with the Relic XR, a slimmed-down, compact version of their first project. Yeah, I know, I totally missed my chance to get hands-on with the Zerohour Relic XR flashlight while at CES 2015. There was a lot going on all over.
Icon Q’s Boundless bluetooth earbuds are unexpectedly neat. I’ve been walking around with them around my neck for two weeks now– not solely because I constantly forget they’re there– and I’m feeling myself becoming increasingly obsessed with them. I’m not an MP3 person. I got my first MP3 player when I was in 6th grade and more »
#bendgate aside, the iPhone 6 and 6+ are just as susceptible to drop damage as any other large-screen smartphone out there. No matter how careful you plan to be, you won’t escape that occasional drop. Manufacturers make these latest smartphones so slim, sleek, and light that it seems almost a crime to encase them at all. But unless you don’t mind damaged tech or have an open-budget for replacement, protection is necessary.
See how Day 1.5 went! Luxy is a new dating app, straight from the crucible that is Silicon Valley, which employs the catchphrase “Tinder minus the poor people,” in case you were wondering where it lies on a one to 10 scale of elitism. (It’s a 10.) As a Tinder veteran with what I would call expert-level Tinder game, I more »
I’ve had the Pong Case on my iPhone 5S for the past couple weeks. My case, specifically, is a Classic style case in Radiant Orchid and it fits my personality perfectly. The Pong case’s intent is to both reduce radiation exposure for the use and increase outgoing service in the phone. The case contains a more »
WhatsApp is one of the most popular cross-platform messaging apps. The app is available on all major platforms, and was recently purchased for billions of dollars by the social networking giant, Facebook. Earlier this year, the company’s CEO revealed that voice and video calling will soon make its way to the app, starting with the iPhone and Android, followed by other mobile platforms.
Whether or not you feel the creation of Apple’s Lightning cable is a money-making ploy in disguise, you can’t argue results. There is no up, down, or flipping; the cable tip just plugs right in. Rumors have been floating around recently about a Lightning cable with a reversible USB connector. Unfortunately, it appears unlikely that Apple will ship these revamped cables and adaptors with the upcoming iPhone 6.