Review: PressReader For iPhone.

Review: PressReader For iPhone.

In the age of instant information, smartphones, tablets and other connected devices, the act of having to physically seek out a physical newspaper or magazine is quickly waning. For better or worse, we are becoming more and more an instant gratification society. While some will inherently see this as the downfall of man, there are ways to make the “death” of traditional print media eek out a few more years of relevance. News apps are the new age paper. While a…

Review: Stem iZON Remote Room Monitor

Review: Stem iZON Remote Room Monitor

When I first saw the press release for the iZON Remote Room Monitor I was quite stoked to give it a shot. Once one became available, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it. “A remote camera that I can stream to my iPhone” was a winner right out of the gate. Over the past few weeks I’ve been using the iZON on WiFi and 3G to get a good testing on how the app functions. I heard there was a rumor to the iOS app, and I wanted to make sure that I used it…

Review: HTMLEditor (Cydia App)

Review: HTMLEditor (Cydia App)

For almost 2 years, I refused to buy a new laptop. I swore that my iPad could do everything I needed, and then some. For the most part, I was successful in “proving” my point. It wasn’t until I started to pick up a little more web clients, that I realized there was one thing that was missing. I’ve tested just about all of the main web editors available on the AppStore; CodoSaurus, Gusto – Code Editor and FTP Client, and FTP on the Go. While…

Review: GreenSmart Akepa Macbook Pro Sleeve.

Review: GreenSmart Akepa Macbook Pro Sleeve.

Apple hardware is designed so meticulously well that covering it up in the name of perfection is bittersweet. On one hand, you’re almost ensured to have a device as immaculate and nice looking as the day you bought it many months in the future. On the flip side, you’re covering up some of the greatest hardware design known to mankind. There’s a pro/con to everything we guess. GreenSmart is a California based company that prides itself in making gadget…

Review: Juicebar Pocket Solar Charger

Review: Juicebar Pocket Solar Charger

Typically when we geek out about battery chargers or battery cases, we’re talking about a device that you must at some point, plug into the wall to recharge itself. But a more intriguing and slowly growing category is that of solar battery chargers. Juicebar’s multi-gadget “Pocket” solar charger seems like a steal at $49.99. But when we factor in real-world performance, is it really even worth that? Gadgetsteria has the answer. Design &…

Review: Sony RDP-X500ip Dock

Review:  Sony RDP-X500ip Dock

Your iPhone/iPod/iPad is a great device for personal audio listening. Why, a good pair of headphones can make all the difference in the world, turning a seemingly drab song into a full-on concert in your head, where every nuance is heard. For sharing that audible bliss, all of the aforementioned devices have pretty terrible speakers. So terrible in fact, we’d recommend simply not using them. Solution: Get a dock. Which dock? How about Sony’s RDP-X500ip dock for…

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