I was actually in the market for a new case for my iPhone 4 because the Griffin Reveal case had the “flash ring” problem when taking pictures at night. Don’t get me wrong, it’s an awesome case and it would have been the PERFECT case but this review isn’t about that. The mophie juice pack plus (yes it’s written in lowercase on the box) is the latest impulse buy when walking into a best buy late at night and it has been impressive for these past few days of usage. Continue reading
So it’s around 3:00 here at my office and I’m taking a break reading the online tech blogs and noticed a lot of significant things happening in the industry today. The three that stood out made a deep enough impression on me to write about.
HTC tells Apple to try competing, rather than suing http://t.co/X1WuAay via @engadget – I gotta hand it to HTC for finally saying what a lot of us have been thinking. I like Apple products but just like a lot of the bigger corporations these days, they are killing innovation by creating lawsuits to everything that remotely resembles their products and ideas. Thanks HTC!
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I’ve been in search for a decent pair of stereo bluetooth headsets since A2DP technology was made available to consumers and have been disappointed each time. They usually produced muddled sound, had weak bass, almost AM quality, were uncomfortable, poorly designed… etc. Basically they were just crap. I’ve gone through Motorola ROKRs, Jabras, and so forth and have been disappointed each time. The Jaybird JF3 Bluetooth Headphones was actually an impulse purchase when walking into a Best Buy one hot summer evening and ironically, this has been the most impressive thus far.
A lot of us iPad 2 owners with the 4.3.3 version of iOS have been waiting a long time for this. The process is extremely simple. If you can’t figure it out then most likely don’t even need to jailbreak your iPhone or iPad!
Thanks to the 4th of July Weekend, I was able to have time to go places and do things instead of sit in front of the computer all day reading Engadget, Lifehacker, Gizmodo, and the lurk the Rage 3D and MacRumors Forums… Yes, geeks have lives too and we do go out and try to have somewhat of a social life away from the computer desk!
The only reason why I bought this was because my cable modem died on Friday and I couldn’t wait till Tuesday to get a replacement. Since my business and fun depend heavily on the internet, I decided to give the Sprint OverDrive Pro a shot. Yes I do have a Verizon USB 3G card from work but the connection speeds are terrible averaging at 500k/200k.
I love my gadgets and usually have something new all the time but there is a select few of them that I just can’t live without. There was one point where I had up to 3 notebooks, two smartphones, and a media player! I usually change out my gear every 6-8 months to have the latest and greatest (yeah I know, it’s a bad habit and addiction) but now I believe I have the perfect symphony of gadgets to go about my day. Please click to continue reading! Continue reading
I was at Bob’s Big Boy in Pasadena for lunch which offered free WiFi making it a perfect opportunity to get some work done after I eat. I usually carry my MacBook Air 11″ with me almost everywhere I go so I can take advantage of the air conditioning and free refills on the ice tea on this hot summer day.
Picked up this rotating iPad stand at Office Depot for less than $4. It’s on clearance and it was so cheap I decided to try it out. I’m pleasantly surprised that it works pretty well with the iPad 2. Not only does it rotate to portrait and landscape, the viewing angle is adjustable as well. I also like the fact that it has a wrist rest to type with the touch screen. I might add a bluetooth keyboard and use a stylus to navigate through the OS. This is definitely much more with it than the other stands that go up to $70 plus!!! I’m thinking of buying the rest that are on stock!