Recent Blog Posts

  • HTC One M9 unveiled at Mobile World Congress


    Arguably the most attractive Android smartphone is back, now that HTC has confirmed its new One M9. Sticking to its guns, the phone is based on continuing the design principles of its past two predecessors, making it more than a little recognizable. The familiarity may extend to the device’s functionality, as HTC seems to have focused on shoring up what were considered weaknesses.

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  • The Most Commonly Requested Wedding Gifts

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    It’s that time of the year again, when your mailbox is bulging with wedding invitations and you’re booking tickets to sunny locales. But attending someone’s special day can be expensive, what with travel, vacations from work, and gifts. Seeing your best friend marry the love of their life is all worth the planning, right? And you want to give them something that they want.  What do you get the soon to be married couple? Find out the most commonly requested wedding gifts for the new bride and groom. 

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  • Review: LEGO Batman 3 Beyond Gotham

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    Trivia time! What's the bestselling super hero video game of all time? While I would have assumed recurring headliners like Batman: Arkham Asylum or Marvel vs Capcom would be number one, this distinction actually belongs to Warner Bros' and TT Games' hugely successful LEGO Batman. I recently took the latest game in this top-selling series, LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, through its paces to see if the brick Bat continues to have what it takes to stay on top.

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  • Samsung makes a big announcement at the World Mobile Conference


    Stay tuned for all of the details from Samsung's press conference in Barcelona Spain today.  

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  • ASUS T100 promises to "transform" your computing experience



    It’s no secret that I love hybrid devices. Laptops are handy and tablets are fun but having one device that can function as both is even better. Something about a gadget that can transform between different modes simply feels more futuristic to me. Lately I’ve been putting the Asus Transformer book T100TAM through its paces which is just such a device. It’s a sort of two-in-one laptop-tablet hybrid device that lets you use it as a laptop when you need to and as a standalone tablet the rest of the time.

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