Banjo review: Know what’s going on

Banjo might just be the app that everybody needs in their pocket. Nothing quite does the job of updating you on everything that's going on around the world like Banjo does,...

Kairoskopion weather app review

I just spent a few days with a new weather app called Kairoskopion.  I know, there are a ton of weather apps in the Play store, why should you try a...

Droid Turbo review

Motorola Mobility has changed quite a bit over the past few years. From becoming a spin off of Motorola in 2011, being bought by Google some short months later, to being...

Samson Meteor M2 speakers review

Features for the M2 speakers include: Compact multimedia speaker system Sold as a stereo pair (one active speaker, one passive speaker) 2.5" drivers Additional rear-ported passive radiators produce full-range audio Crystal clear high-end performance Exceptional bass response Side...

Review: PULSE LED Speaker by Sengled

Back when Thomas Edison invented light bulb, I am sure he never thought a day would come when people would be able to control lights remotely.  Like with the help of their smartphone....

Factor Monsters review: a fast-paced factoring game

There are numerous educational apps available that can teach you just about anything. However, most of them are either focused on young children or adults. This leaves middle school and high...

Have fun Cooking with SideChef

There’s an app for just about everything these days and teaching someone to cook is no different. SideChef is an app developed to help give a detailed way to cook a...

Half Alive: Zombies go home Android app Review

Everyone loves Zombies, right? Combine a Zombie with anything and it instantly becomes awesome. The same goes for Half Alive: Zombies go home, an addictive casual puzzle game developed by Rock-Inspired. The goal...

Griffin iTrip AUX Bluetooth review

As someone who doesn't own a car with built-in Bluetooth, I am somewhat jealous of those who can get in and connect quickly and painlessly. But, with that said, I've been...
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Letter Way review

Letter Way is a word game that has a unique puzzle gameplay to it. You use the creation of words to open up letters on the board to make more words...

Mutation Mash review

Up for review today we have Mutation Mash, the latest game from Upopa Games. Touted as a "crazy hilarious puzzle game", we're to expect no less than 50 levels of game play....

Inateck BTSP-10 Plus Bluetooth speaker review

Not long ago I was able to review a fantastic Bluetooth speaker from Inateck called the BTSP-10.  I found that the BTSP-10 was a great little speaker, especially for the price....

Droid Unlatch Reveiw

If you are like me and have multiple devices or are just not good at remembering passwords this is a must have app. Droid unlatch is the best solution for people...

HB7003 Portable 7-Port USB 3.0 HUB review

The HB7003 is our latest product review from the fantastic team over at Inateck. This time around they sent over a 7-port USB 3.0 hub that, like the previous items we...

Inateck BK1003E keyboard review

Our good friends over at Inateck have just sent us one of their great new keyboards for review and I must say I am impressed. Keyboards are not something that most...

Wireless made affordable and easy with Google’s Project Fi (open invite...

  Why choose Project Fi? One simple plan that can be monitored and managed all from within the Project Fi app. High-quality coverage by accessing both T-Mobile...