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Review: Franklin Anybook Reader.

  • October 27, 2011 6:37 am

We adults always have all the fun. Late bed times, ability to swear without fear of eating soap, and alcohol. Oh, gadgets too. But every once in a while a kid-friendly gadget comes along that makes the little gadgeteur in training feel like they’re scooping the next big thing.

Hop past the break as we show you Franklin’s handy Anybook Reader…

Review: Otterbox Commuter Case For iPhone 4S.

  • October 25, 2011 1:48 pm

In the world of tough cases (specifically iPhone cases), no name is more synonymous with “tough” than Otterbox. The company puts out some seriously robust stuff. With Apple’s latest iPhone 4S the overall design is the same. Still, it gives case manufacturers a chance to freshen up their line. Hop inside to see if Otterbox’s Commuter case is still the king of tough…

Review: XtremeMac Tuffwrap iPhone 4S Case

  • October 24, 2011 11:34 am

iPhone cases are a dime a dozen. Save for a few different designs and patterns, they all share the same basic shape. Xtreme Mac’s Tuffwrap sings a different tune, however, by featuring a unique layer that changes color with heat. The image above looks cool enough. But how well does it actually work? Jump inside to see if the Tuffwrap’s greatest feature (to change color) is marketing gimmick or real-world trick…

Review: Callet iPhone Wallet Case.

  • October 23, 2011 11:23 am

With more and more people turning to digital forms of payment, not to mention the beginning rise of NFC/mobile payments, the need for the traditional wallet is finally diminishing. While carrying a spare card or two and your ID in a pocket isn’t the smartest of choices, tucking them neatly inside a specially designed case such as the Callet for iPhone is quite handy. Join us after the break as we take a look at the Callet and if it could/would/should become your new go-to place for communication, entertainment, and payment purposes…