Review: Ballistic SG iPhone 4 Case. #ballisticsg

Review: Ballistic SG iPhone 4 Case. #ballisticsg

You may recall the original Ballistic iPhone 4 case that we took a look at back in early October. The general consensus was that it was a very durable, protective case. But that robust construction came at the cost of design (admit it, it’s pretty ugly) as well as usability. The edges of the screen were hard to hit because of the high-rise sides of the case in particular. And then right before Halloween, Ballistic announced a new lighter case that still…

Review: XtremeMac iPhone 4 Case. #xtrememac

Review: XtremeMac iPhone 4 Case. #xtrememac

You know, since I picked up an iPhone 4 back in early September, I’ve amassed quite the collection of iPhone 4 cases. And yet I still jump for joy like a giddy school girl when I get a new one in the mail. And that’s precisely what happened last week. Except it was one but four cases that I received. Today we’re going to look at one of those cases, the XtremeMac MicroShield Accent. It’s a pretty nice case if I do say so myself. But I’m…

Review: NoiseHush SOLAR Visor N650 – Solar Bluetooth Hands-free Carkit

Review: NoiseHush SOLAR Visor N650 – Solar Bluetooth Hands-free Carkit

Many cities and states are enacting laws to restrict driving with your cell phone to your ear.  I am as guilty as the rest of you on this one. One solution is to succumb to Bluetooth headsets.  Another is to fork over a grand when purchasing a vehicle for the Bluetooth connection option.  Here is where the NoiseHush N650 comes into play.  It is a run of the mill Bluetooth device, but it is equipped with a small solar panel on the back to continuously charge the battery…

Review: IM+ for iPhone

Review:  IM+ for iPhone

Taking a conversation online in the mobile age was at one time a chore. The services and hardware that we had were crude at best. But over the last 5-6 years, the cellphone, and now smartphones, have come quite a ways. What was once a wasteland is now a land saturated with multi-account chat apps. There are literally dozens of different chap apps on iOS alone, with Android, BlackBerry, Symbian, and very soon, Windows Phone 7 all having their own options as well. So how…

[Update] Review: Proporta USB Turbocharger 5000. #proporta

[Update] Review: Proporta USB Turbocharger 5000.  #proporta

Mobile junkies know the true value of an outlet, for it is the very thing that keeps our lives going. But all too often in the modern world of iPhones, MyTouch 4G’s, Nexus 2′s, and so many other feature-packed gadgets, our fun time ends entirely too short. The occasional public wall outlet helps from time to time. But it is neither convenient nor easy to pack it in your pocket. With that said, it seems that a fair compromise is some type of external battery…

Review: USB Charge & Sync Cable by Scosche

One of the few physical limitations of the iPhone is both a blessing and a curse. The built-in battery can either make or break your day. On one hand, being built in means a generally larger, irregularly shaped battery cell which translates into longer runtimes. The downside of that is that you can’t pop out the battery and swap in a fresh spare, nor can you rip the battery out in the case of water contact. Carrying around a sync cable can be a pain too. Who wants…

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