Tag Archive: Review


Bench 2X Faster Charger Cable Review

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Have you been in need of a way to charge your Android device quickly but don’t have access to a wall outlet? If so, then Pyramid Distribution may just have the cable you’ve been looking for. With regular USB cables, if you plug it into your computer to charge, you never know how long  [Read More…]

Moto G (2014) review

Things didn’t change much in the last year, but they improved enough to keep the Moto G a go-to inexpensive choice

Since Motorola was purchased by Google the Moto X has been the headline grabber for the company. But in the background, it’s the lower-end Moto G that has been pushing Motorola back into relevance in several countries around the world. India and Brazil, in particular, have been the huge growth markets for Motorola primarily because  [Read More…]

Moto G (2014) review

Things didn’t change much in the last year, but they improved enough to keep the Moto G a go-to inexpensive choice

Since Motorola was purchased by Google the Moto X has been the headline grabber for the company. But in the background, it’s the lower-end Moto G that has been pushing Motorola back into relevance in several countries around the world. India and Brazil, in particular, have been the huge growth markets for  [Read More…]

HTC Butterfly 2 review

HTC’s new high-end handset for Asia packs M8-level internals, an upgraded camera and a water-resistant body

Over the past year HTC has consolidated most of its smartphone range into two distinct device families — HTC One at the high end, and Desire in the mid-range and entry-level spaces. But there’s still one outlier — the Butterfly series, which kicked off with the original J Butterfly a couple of years ago. That phone eventually came to Verizon  [Read More…]

HTC Butterfly 2 review

HTC’s new high-end handset for Asia packs M8-level internals, an upgraded camera and a water-resistant body

Over the past year HTC has consolidated most of its smartphone range into two distinct device families — HTC One at the high end, and Desire in the mid-range and entry-level spaces. But there’s still one outlier — the Butterfly series, which kicked off with the original J Butterfly a couple of years ago. That phone eventually  [Read More…]

Our Moto 360 video review

You’ve no doubt by now read our complete Moto 360 review. But if you’re more of a visual learner, we’ve distilled five basic things you need to know about the Moto 360 into a couple minutes of video.

If you’ve got questions about the look and feel of the Moto 360, or how battery life’s managed after a couple weeks of use, or how wireless charging works out — and if you’ve only got a couple minute — we’ve  [Read More…]

Moto 360 review

The first of the round Android Wear watches is stylish but imperfect.

The Moto 360 has been a long time coming. Never mind the wait between the watch being announced and finally finally getting into folks’ hands. From the first time we saw the Moto 360, it was clear this wasn’t a spur-of-the-moment product. Clearly designed with purpose, it’s not just a display on your wrist. This was the Android Wear smartwatch we  [Read More…]

CordCruncher Mic’d Headset review

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Back in the summer of 2012, we took a look at CordCruncher’s original headphones. We had a bit to say about these bad boys, and now the company has improved their model by adding an in-line microphone.

The Cord Cruncher Mic’d headset is wrapped around a sleeve of non-latex rubber. This headset has good sound quality and now a built in mic to ensure that  [Read More…]

Pirate Legends app review

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WARNING: CLICHE, OVER-USED PIRATE REFERENCES BELOW

Ahoy! I got my sea-legs ready to take on this app, because I knew how dangerous the tower defense waters can be. Many a time I have been overwhelmed by tower defense games and given up on the whole premise, but Pirate Legends seemed promising, so I gave it a go!

I’ll start off with the best thing  [Read More…]

VIPole Secure Messenger Review

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In a world where the topic of security is becoming so mainstream now, privacy and the content that is on our devices is an ever growing concern, even for the average user. Security used to be something that the techies worried about, curating scenarios and encrypting data to safeguard themselves from the threats they were aware of. But, with so many high profile security breaches  [Read More…]