Posts From David Strausser

David Strausser
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David is an avid tech enthusiast. A graduate of Penn State in Information Sciences and Technology, David has found himself consulting for tech companies doing business in Mexico and South America. ePortfolio: http://www.DavidStrausser.com Email: [email protected]

News and Rumors

UPDATE: Samsung finally patches Galaxy Note Pro 12.2; users rejoice

You may have recalled my article three weeks ago about Samsung’s update for the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 that broke all competitor’s Bluetooth keyboard functionality with the niche tablet. Finally,

Hardware Reviews

TrekkerTech’s PhoneRider keeps your phone safe while driving

My wife is always yelling at me for using my phone while driving. Yes, I have a Bluetooth on my Nissan Versa, but I’m still using my hands to navigate

News and Rumors

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 Android 5.0.2 update locks out competitor keyboards

Samsung’s business orientated Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 tablet received its Android 5.0.2 update in mid-July after a long wait to much fanfare. Unfortunately, one major feature has been broken during

App Reviews

I started running because this app rocked my run (App Review)

Let’s face it, running sucks. It has to be the most boring exercise there is to do, even squats seem preferable. Judging by the vast amount of gizmos and gadgets directed

News and Rumors

Sunrise calendar app now adds easy scheduling with a new keyboard

The first major change to Sunrise Calendar since its acquisition from Microsoft is an interesting one to say the least. In order to make scheduling easier, the app now comes

News and Rumors

Race to the bottom of the cell phone barrel

Not too long ago cell phones were having a race to the top. Every week it seemed like one cell phone company was trying to out do another one. While

News and Rumors

verykool’s Spark II lights world on fire at $169.00

Android devices are in a war of budget phones. While many of the flagship devices have calmed down to having minor annual updates, there seems to be a race at

Hardware Reviews

The verykool SL5000 is a steal at $229

Looking for a cheap replacement for your broken cell? Perhaps you just need a device that won’t break the bank for your tweens. Hot on the review I did just

Hardware Reviews

Lofree Edge: A fresh take on bluetooth speakers

There is a large array of bluetooth speakers and speakerphones out there on the market. Some are better than others with each one trying to get the upper hand on their

News and Rumors

X-Mini KAI 2: Size doesn’t matter

X-Mini’s motto is “sound beyond size” as they specialize in small speakers that are big on sound. This is the second X-Mini speaker I’ve had a chance to review. The

Hardware Reviews

At $199, InfoSonics S505 Spark is “verykool”

Android is flooded with handsets around the $200 mark right now. Some of them are a great value and some of them I will just be polite and say they need some more R&D.

App Reviews

Locket returns bringing new life to your lock screen

The average person checks their phones about 110 times throughout the day. Most of those 110 times, you are just turning your device onto the lock screen to view the

Accessory Reviews

Easily print labels with the Epson LW-600P Label Printer

Printing has been the Achilles’ heel of mobile devices since their existence. In the last 18 months, printing has started to get easier by the means of apps by manufacturers and even

App Reviews

Enjoy the beauties of space with GyroSpace 3D Live Wallpaper

Fans of space and beautiful live wallpapers have a reason to rejoice. GyroSpace 3D Live Wallpaper gives your device’s wallpaper a fresh outlook on space. GyroSpace 3D is an interactive

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Christmas in July: This power user’s Android wishlist

Do you wish stock Android would do a little bit more? Tired of relying on third party developers or manufacturers to add the features you feel should be standard in