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A mini review of the Harman/Kardon HTC One M8

A quick look at superficial features on an otherwise excellent phone

So this here is the Harman/Kardon edition of the HTC One M8, a phone we’ve already crawled all over, inside and out. You know the specs. We know how good the 5-inch display is. We know just how good those “BoomSound” speakers are. We know how great the battery life is, how powerful the phone is, and how well the 4-megapixel — excuse us, UltraPixel — camera performs.  [Read More…]

Moto G on Republic Wireless review

The phone we’re all smitten with is now available on one of the cheapest carriers in the United States — but how well does Republic Wireless’ ‘hybrid calling’ actually work?

What’s left to say about the Moto G? When we first met the Moto X’s little brother back in November, we raved about its solid spec sheet, gorgeous design and eye-popping price tag — the budget entry in Moto’s lineup was a refreshing look at just how  [Read More…]

VOXOA HD Wireless Headphones review

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We’ve certainly reviewed wireless headphones previously, but none quite like these. The VOXOA HD Wireless Headphones will provide a great sound, portability, and ease of use to your everyday life. They can be connected to any device via Bluetooth, but if you feel like plugging them in, you can do that as well.

We’ve used these headphones almost everyday for roughly three weeks, so let’s  [Read More…]

Sony Xperia Z2 Review

As we approach the midway point of 2014, the march of smartphone progress is as unrelenting as it’s ever been. The latest devices from the likes of Samsung and HTC have pushed specs, screen sizes and price tags to new heights, to the point where the year-old phones they’ve replaced seem quaint and dated.

Yet one manufacturer has committed to an even more aggressive upgrade cycle. Sony Mobile may be an also-ran in the U.S., but  [Read More…]

BlueAnt Pump HD Sportbuds Review

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Bluetooth headphones have been gaining popularity, but some users may still be searching for great headphones that can withstand their daily routine. Enter BlueAnt, a company specializing in Bluetooth accessories, and their Pump HD Sportbuds. BlueAnt put a lot of time and thought into these rugged Bluetooth headphones, and it shows in every aspect, from the build quality to the usability.

Specs & Initial Impressions  [Read More…]

Sony Xperia Z2 Review

As we approach the midway point of 2014, the march of smartphone progress is as unrelenting as it’s ever been. The latest devices from the likes of Samsung and HTC have pushed specs, screen sizes and price tags to new heights, to the point where the year-old phones they’ve replaced seem quaint and dated. Yet one manufacturer has committed to an even more aggressive upgrade cycle. Sony Mobile may be an also-ran in  [Read More…]

Jabra Rox wireless headset review

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Up for review today we’re taking a look at Jabra’s latest wireless headset, the ROX Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Earbuds.

Jabra_RoxWireless_image_viewer_1440x810_04We’ve been very pleased with Jabra’s efforts in the past; their speakers and headphones are some of our favorites. How do these fare? Suffice it to say, it’s another solid outing from the company and one we’ve been  [Read More…]

Jawbone UP24 review

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The Jawbone UP24 is one of the latest fitness trackers to hit the market along with Nike and Fitbit.  I have previously reviewed the Fitbit Flex, which we really liked, but today’s focus is all about the UP24.  The UP24 is the newest addition to Jawbone’s fitness line up.  The device allows you to track workouts, food/drink, sleep, but one of the really cool features  [Read More…]

Samsung pushes throttle with EVO-series SSD and Facebook game [Review]

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Last year we accepted Samsung’s challenge that claimed anyone would be capable of installing a solid-state drive. Taking apart my HP laptop was a frightening prospect but proved to be quite simple. The folks at Samsung have since launched their new EVO-series of SSD’s and I, once again, got my hands on one. Having upgraded to a more powerful laptop, the prospect of taking a  [Read More…]

VTech Connect-to-Cell DS6670-6C review

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At First Glance

The Bluetooth Connect-to-Cell DS6670-6C by V-Tech is one of the easiest ways to give up your Landline while keeping handsets around the house, while remaining Landline compatible itself. This model features a base equipped with one handset, an earpiece, and comes with four additional extension units to place about your home. This model allows for up to two paired cells, and a landline  [Read More…]