Category: Preview

Samsung Unpacked 5 – Galaxy S5 Revealed

Monday, at the Samsung Studio in New York City, members of the press got to tinker around with the present-day Samsung gadgets such as the Note 3 and the Note 10.1 2014 Edition as they waited for the live stream of Samsung Unpacked 5, in Barcelona, Spain. Samsung devices were...

Time to (Transporter) Sync Your Files

Time to (Transporter) Sync Your Files

A few months ago I wrote up a review of the original Transporter which allows any user to set up his or her own cloud network for file storage.  Some may view the device with a wary eye as it costs about $199 with a 500GB hard drive.  The price...

Hisense Unveils the Sero 7 Tablets

On May 23rd in New York City, Hisense introduced their contribution to the crowded Android tablet market and explained why the Sero 7 series of tablets deserve our attention. They pulled no punches by teaming up with NVIDIA and Walmart to ensure their attack is a little more than a just...

[PAX East 2013] Powerhouse Gaming Laptops by ASUS & MSI – First Impressions

In the world of PC gaming, it is commonplace for your traditional PC gamer to have a rig that they built themselves. I still have mine, although it was built during the creation of Stonehenge. But how about your closed-quarters gamer looking for a desktop replacement? Not everyone has the...

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Samsung Unpacks the Galaxy S4

Last night, Samsung unveiled their much anticipated S4 to the masses and the response is pretty mixed. It’s pretty clear that Samsung is continuing it’s all out assault on Apple. For the past year, Samsung’s targeted marketing campaigns aimed towards taking jabs at the iPhone and it’s users. There was...

San Diego Comic Con 2012 Lost Footage – Necomimi Ears Interview

The lost footage just keeps on coming! Over the coming days I’ll be digging deep into my archives and sharing some content that I might have overlooked direct from San Diego Comic Con 2012 (also known as SDCC). Today let’s dig into something that I thought was extremely awesome: the Necomimi...

Steam Opens up to Non-game Software

Kotaku reports today that Valve’s leading PC games platform will be welcoming non-game software into the Steam platform. This is the first steps for Valve  directly competing against Apple, Amazon, and Google’s digital software platforms.   Adobe is not confirmed yet… don’t get too excited   The Software titles coming to...