Review: Opena Bottle Opener iPhone 4S Case

Today I get to talk about something that combined two of my favorite things in life: my iPhone 4S and beer. Yes my friends, beer. Opena is the World’s first iPhone 4/4S case that has a built in slide out bottle opener. What once was only a glimmer in the eyes of two Aussies; Rob Ward and Chris Peters, and what started out as a Kickstarter project is now protecting iPhones and getting those people drunk at the same time. We put the Opena case to some vigorous tests this…

Review: Samsung Focus S (AT&T)

It has been over a year since Windows Phone’s official debut and we’re still waiting to be “wowed” by that one device that makes us want to give up our Android and iOS devices. The latest Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) update goes a long way into addressing some of the shortcomings between Windows Phone and its competitors. But is it good enough? The Samsung Focus S is AT&T’s latest WP7 offering that aims to cut at least a small slice of…

Review: NuTouch Gloves

Review: NuTouch Gloves

We’ve already had some (literal) hands-on time with two paris of Agloves’ fantastic touchscreen gloves (1, 2) as well as a heavier duty pair by Isotoner (review). All three pairs of gloves worked well at both keeping out digits warm and allowing us to still interact with our beloved touchscreens. And today we add another notch to our belt by way of NewerTech’s NuTouch gloves. Hop inside as we try out the latest pair of geek-ware to pass through our…

Doing Magic: A Review Of Snapheal

Doing Magic: A Review Of Snapheal

Over the past few days I’ve been tinkering with an advanced copy of Snapheal from developer MacPhun, and boy has it been a roller coaster of emotion the entire time. Snapheal is software designed for the novice looking to perform professional image enhancements and edits. No prior Photoshop or any other software knowledge is necessary to complete amazing object removals and other edits to your photos. Macphun claims that Snapheal can “do magic” in terms of…

Review: HTC Rezound

Review: HTC Rezound

The HTC Rezound has a lot of hype to live up to. The 1.5 GHz dual-core processor and status as first phone to ship (in the U.S.) with a 1280 x 720 display are two major talking points amongst Android faithful. In a world dominated by spec sheets, every megahert and every pixel (or lack thereof) count immensely. In the case of the Rezound we’re both excited and already feeling like we’re over it. Surprised and disgusted. Impressed and let down. It’s quite…

Review: Agloves Sport

Review: Agloves Sport

It’s that time of year again – cold and crappy. But when it is being stupid outside is that supposed to mean we can’t use our touchscreen devices? Can I not roam around tapping and swiping bare fisted waiting for frostbite to settle in? I could and actually always have – until this year. I was asked to give the new round of Agloves a test for this Holiday Season and since I have nothing but touchscreen devices littering my house, I thought it was a…

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