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These are a few of my favorite things [Accessories]

Posted on 29 Dec 2013 by Jay

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

Review: Supertooth FREEDOM wireless headphones

Posted on 10 Dec 2013 by Jay

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

Posted on 07 Dec 2013 by Jay

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!

Review: Braven 850 blasts into wireless speaker market [video]

Posted on 19 Nov 2013 by Jay

With the upcoming holiday season, maybe you’re considering a popular accessory like a wireless speaker. Should you add the Braven 850 to your holiday wishlist?

Review: Grammar Pop – a way to make grammar fun to learn

Posted on 28 Sep 2013 by Jay

As a fiend for learning rules, the English language seems to have more exceptions than rules. While grammar was my strong suit, it isn’t for many people. Read on to find out why I think Grammar Pop should be on every student’s iPad!

Review: Scosche’s boltBOX cable

Posted on 07 Sep 2013 by Jay

Do you suffer from a tangled mess of wires associated with connecting your iPad or iPhone to a charging device? Maybe you need one of these.

Review: Questimate! – a mathematics iPad app

Posted on 02 Sep 2013 by Jay

Can someone enjoy learning mathematics with an iPad game? Before you answer, read the impression of whether Questimate! succeeds or fails.

Review: DabKick media-social app is a kick to use

Posted on 24 Aug 2013 by Jay

DabKick¬†is an idea that’s unique. Instead of using social apps to share your media – Facebook, SMS, iMessage – you locate the media worth sharing (either from your Camera Roll or YouTube search) and then find the person to share it with. This odd commutative experience changes the way to …

Review: Sensu portable Artist brush and stylus

Posted on 31 Jul 2013 by Renkman

The Sensu stylus is a brush and stylus in one combining two useful tools to provide the user with more options while they’re letting the creative choices flow. If you’re a digital artist, the Sensu is an excellent alternative to most styli on the market today.

Review: RHA’s MA150 earbuds

Posted on 24 Jun 2013 by Jay

RHA produces a new, inexpensive set of in-ear headphones. Should you consider these if you’re on a budget? Read on to see what this affordable model offers as well as how it compares to its pricier cousin.

Review: Scosche RH1060 wireless headphones

Posted on 23 Jun 2013 by Jay

Sounds abound here at iSource! The Scosche RH1060 has a sleek look, exceptional marketing, and offer hope of solid sound sans the wires! The biggest questions is what do they deliver for the price?