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Review: Rokit Boost Excess 2400 – A Blend of Power and Protection for The iPhone 5/5s

Posted on 05/12/2013 by Chris Hauk


One common complaint of iPhone 5/5s users is the device’s battery life, or lack thereof. Luckily, companies are coming to the rescue for heavy users of the popular device by releasing rechargeable battery cases that allow the device to be both protected, and have its battery life extended. In this review we’ll take a look at the Rokit Boost Excess 2400.


Review: iSkySoft TunesOver – Media Management for Your Mac and iOS Devices

Posted on 03/12/2013 by Chris Hauk


While I have totally bought into the iOS ecosystem, with most of my music, ebooks, video, and ALL of my apps coming from Apple’s various stores, there are still times when I download music or videos and can use some help converting it and copying it over to my various iOS devices. Enter iSkySoft TunesOver.


Review: Eskuché Control V2 Headphones

Posted on 26/11/2013 by Chris Hauk


The Eskuché Control V2 are on-ear rectangular headphones with a serious retro look to them. After I tried them out, I learned that this mid-range priced set of on-ear headphones had more to offer than just a funky Nixon-era vibe.


Review: ProCamera – A One Stop Photography and Image Editing App for iOS

Posted on 15/10/2013 by C. Marie Johnson


Fun filters, new camera features and basic editing tools provide avid iPhone camera users with the opportunity to take and create stellar photos. PROCAMERA, $0.99 in the App Store, offers not only filters and great editing tools, it even features a night camera for those tough-to-capture shots!


Review and Giveaway: Angelbird SSD2go – A Sleek & Portable Aluminum-Clad USB 3.0 SSD!

Posted on 01/10/2013 by J. Glenn Künzler

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While SSDs are great as built-in options, however, what about users without the ability to upgrade their Mac or PC with an SSD (such as, for instance, owners of the 2012 or 2013 iMac)? Thunderbolt solutions have been around for a couple of years – but not everyone has a Thunderbolt-enabled Mac or PC. Is there a solution for the rest of us?


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