Reviews

Best free iOS game of the week

The App Store is full of thousands of games–everyone already knows that. As a result, discoverability has always been an issue for me, as well as thousands of other iOS users. So when it comes to finding a game that I might find interesting enough to play

Review: TouchTone Bluetooth portable speaker from id America

The TouchTone Bluetooth speaker from id America is perfect for on-the-go music enjoyment. Its simplistic design and intuitive touch controls will make this a favorite for many.

Nomad ChargeKey Review: The charger you will never forget to reme...

How many times have you shown up to work, school, or a friend’s house only to immediately begin asking around to borrow a phone charger? The Nomad Chargekey solves this issue by keeping a charger on your person at all times.

Quick Review: Facebook Paper [Video]

What is Facebook Paper? It’s a little hard to pin down. Is it an enhanced newsfeed? A pretty, magazine-style newsreader? A total replacement for the traditional Facebook iOS app? Read on to find out.

Review: SMS Street by 50 in-ear headphones

Finding a great set of earbuds is hard enough. How about a great set with a mic and controls similar to Apple earbuds? How about durable construction, to boot? Now that’s a task. Do SMS’s Street by 50 earbuds make the grade? Read on to find out.

These are a few of my favorite things [Accessories]

After years of writing and reviewing accessories for Apple products, take a peek at some of the favorites.

Review: Satechi X-Presenter SMART

There is no shortage of presentation remote and remote mouse apps for iOS, but the Satechi X-Presenter SMART goes a step further than that. It combines both of these functions using a Bluetooth 4.0 dongle that requires no drivers for Windows or Mac, and adds a laser pointer via a headphone jack accessory.

The Dell Venue 8 Pro- The first legit Windows competitor to the i...

Microsoft fell far behind in the tablet race before finally getting serious about things last year with the Surface. Now, a year later, we finally see some legitimate Windows competitors emerging to take on the iPad Mini.

Review: NewTrent PowerPak Xtreme powebank

There is no shortage of rechargeable battery packs available today. However, finding one that has a high battery capacity, a 2.1 amp USB output, and a rugged water-resistant exterior is a bit more difficult. If you need a battery pack that can survive the great outdoors and handle recharging your iPad, the PowerPak Xtreme is worth a look.

Review: Supertooth FREEDOM wireless headphones

While these wireless Bluetooth headphones aren’t as expensive as Dr. Dre’s Beats, the SuperTooth FREEDOM headphones sport a lightweight design with microphone for handsfree calls. The question is, how good are they?

Review: Gladius iPad Case by New Trent

New Trent’s case for the iPad (except iPad Air) shows major promise if you hold your iPad for work or play. Read to see why!