Now I’ve recently received my pre-order of the Samsung Gear Live. Unboxing and first impressions below… Continue reading “<span class="entry-title-text">Unboxing and Review of the Samsung Gear Live Smart Watch</span>” »
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The Moto X (Verizon | AT&T | Sprint) is smart, beautiful, solid, quick, slim, and (most?) importantly, a phone. I’ve had mine for a week and a half now, and I’m ready to sing its praises. First take a look at my unboxing video, and let me know what you think in the comments. Continue reading “<span class="entry-title-text">Moto X: The First REAL Smartphone?</span>” »
Ever see that “moleskine guy” sitting in the coffee shop? You know who I mean: legs crossed, thick-rimmed glasses sagging a bit on his slender nose, scribbling pure art in a too-small notebook that’s tilted just so, allowing you to see its trademark matte finish and elastic band. “Oh…” you breathe, “a mu-mu-mu…moleskin…” But he stops you right there. “Please. It’s pronounced MOE-luh-SKEE-nuh.” So you kick him in the shin and walk away (no? just me?). Well NOW that moleskine guy can show off his cool notebook AND his iPhone at the same time! Continue reading “<span class="entry-title-text">The most hipster of notebooks, now with geek cred [UPDATED]</span>” »
Device: Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (7″)
Processor: 1GHz Dual-Core OMAP
Screen: 7″ | 1024×600
Storage: 8GB w/microSD slot (32GB max)
OS: Android 4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
Communication: Wi-Fi 802.11bgn, IR Blaster
Cameras: 3.0MP rear, VGA front
Battery: 4,000 mAh
Everyone knows I love tech watches. That’s why, despite being enamored with the Pebble E-Paper Watch expected late 2012, I recently purchased the $150 Sony SmartWatch. The watch launched Friday and is meant to pair with any Android 2.1+ phone to provide much of the capability of a handset in the watch form factor. Continue reading “<span class="entry-title-text">Review of the Sony SmartWatch</span>” »
As we got closer and closer to the Kindle Fire’s launch I was starting to get worried about the state of the Amazon App store (mainly, its lack of a Netflix app). Even more paranoid, I also had some little whispering concerns in the back of my head that Amazon was going to try something awful like locking it’s awesome new tablet in to the Amazon streaming services.
But no worries! Gizmodo reports that the new Kindle Fire will be launching with Facebook, Netflix, Pandora, and all your favorite Android games next week. Amazon is reviewing all the apps in their app store and beefing up the selection and compatibility for launch.
I haven’t pre-ordered one, but this is just one more check on my checklist for purchasing one. I’ll wait until the first reviews are out, but I’ll most likely be purchasing one in December.