Review: BlackBerry Torch 9850

Posted by CR H. on Nov 09, 2011 | 2 Comments

Along with the new 99xx, RIM recently released an updated Torch, and a rebranded Storm – the Torch 9850. Is RIM’s third attempt at an all touch device a winner? Read on to hear our thoughts! Hardware The Torch 9850 is RIM’s third all touch BlackBerry, following the original Storm, and the Storm 2. Where the two previous Storms had a special “clicky” screen, which RIM dubbed SurePress, the newest Storm,... 

Press Release: CYGNETT’S GOT YOUR iPhone 4S COVERED WITH A FRESH LINE-UP OF STYLISH NEW CASES

Posted by PPCApache on Oct 06, 2011 | 1 Comment

NEW YORK, NY – October 4, 2011 – On the heels of Apple’s announcement today, leading accessory maker Cygnett announced today the launch of their all new iPhone 4S case line-up. Among the new products are the Ripple, FlexiGel and SecondSkin II. These complement the broad range of Cygnett products that already fit both the iPhone 4S and iPhone 4. Cygnett now has a total number of 34 case SKUs (18 case designs) for... 

Case review: OtterBox Commuter Series for iPhone 4

Posted by Matt P. on Sep 21, 2011 | 3 Comments

OtterBox is known for making some of the most heavy duty and durable cases on the market to protect your delicate products. But if you’re someone who doesn’t want extreme bulk and are looking for a more slim, yet more protective case for your iPhone, OtterBox hasn’t forgotten about you. Does the Commuter Series case stand up to the tests? Should this be your next case? Or should you pass on it and not look back?... 

Review: BlackBerry Bold 9930 (Verizon)

Posted by Dan H. on Sep 12, 2011 | 6 Comments

While companies like Google, Apple, and Microsoft have been pumping out new devices with modern features, RIM has been lagging behind. They’ve been saying that they’re bringing QNX to BlackBerry smartphones, but time is ticking away for the Canadian phone manufacturer. RIM responded to this with three new devices running their new OS, BlackBerry 7: the Bold 99xx, Torch 9850/9860, and the Torch 9810. We have been using... 

Review: Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 4G LTE (Verizon)

Posted by Dan H. on Sep 02, 2011 | 3 Comments

We reviewed the Motorola Xoom back in March, and it was the first device to run a tablet-optimized version of Android, known as Android 3.0 “Honeycomb”. At the time of the writing, it was a 3G-only tablet, with the 4G LTE hardware upgrade “coming soon”. Fast forward four months, and the Xoom still doesn’t have the LTE upgrade (it’s coming in a few weeks!), but there’s a new kid on the block: the Samsung... 

Review: Motorola Droid 3

Posted by CR H. on Sep 02, 2011 | 6 Comments

A few weeks ago, Motorola and Verizon launched the third Droid branded full QWERTY slider. Dubbed the Droid 3 (surprising, we know), this latest addition to the Droid family looks a good bit like its older siblings, but also packs some worthwhile upgrades. We’ve spent the last two weeks with one, so read on for our thoughts! Hardware The Droid 3 looks a good bit like its two older siblings at first glance, but is... 

Review: id America cases for iPhone 4

Posted by Dan H. on Aug 15, 2011 | 1 Comment

We’ve said this many times in the past – protecting your electronics is always important. We’ve spent a week with some pretty fantastic cases from id America, and we’re here with our thoughts! Gasket for iPhone 4 Gasket for iPhone 4 is a brushed aluminum case for the iPhone 4, and the unique design is immediately noticeable. As the name suggests, it’s inspired by the head gasket, found in high-performance... 

Review: HTC EVO 3D (Sprint)

Posted by Dan H. on Aug 01, 2011 | 4 Comments

The HTC EVO 3D. It’s the new flagship from Sprint. It’s packing a serious punch, with a dual-core processor, a qHD display with glasses-free 3D, two 5MP cameras capable of 3D capture, and Sense 3.0. We’ve been using one for a solid week or so, and we’re here with the full review! Hardware At first glance, you’ll notice that the EVO 3D retains a lot of the styling cues from the original EVO 4G. On the front,... 

Review: Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY (Verizon)

Posted by Dan H. on Jul 15, 2011 | 6 Comments

The PlayStation Phone is probably one of the worst-kept secrets in the mobile industry — there were whispers and talks everywhere, and blogs even managed to get hands-on with prototypes. Those days are now over, and PlayStation Phone — better known as the Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY –  is now here. Hardware Although it’s not immediately noticeable, the Xperia PLAY is quite different from your standard... 

Review: Samsung DROID Charge (Verizon)

Posted by Dan H. on Jun 16, 2011 | 6 Comments

Loosely based on the company’s Galaxy S II series, the DROID Charge by Samsung is Verizon’s second 4G LTE device. It had a rocky start — with a LTE outage the day before the planned release, it was delayed for a bit, and now it’s finally here. We’ve been playing with one for a few weeks, so keep reading for our full impressions! Hardware Like the rest of Verizon’s LTE smartphone lineup, the DROID Charge... 

Review: HTC Trophy

Posted by CR H. on Jun 14, 2011 | 3 Comments

While Windows Phone 7 devices launched around the world late last year, no CDMA devices were included. In the US, that meant no Windows Phone 7 on either Sprint or Verizon. Sprint remedied that early this year with the HTC Arrive, and now Verizon has done the same with the introduction of HTC’s Trophy. We’ve been using a Trophy for the past few weeks, so read on to hear our thoughts! Hardware Verizon’s HTC Trophy... 

Review: LG Revolution (Verizon)

Posted by Dan H. on Jun 12, 2011 | 1 Comment

LG may not be known for high-end smartphones in the US, but they’ve certainly tried hard to impress with the LTE packing Revolution on Verizon. We’ve been playing around with one for a week, keep reading for our thoughts! Hardware The LG Revolution is the last of the three launch 4G LTE devices. It’s pretty similar to the other two 4G LTE smartphones — the ThunderBolt and the DROID Charge. On the front of the... 

Review: Nexus S 4G (Sprint)

Posted by Dan H. on Jun 10, 2011 | 6 Comments

When Google launched the Nexus One last year, it was a huge deal, considering it was the first “pure Google experience” device. Unfortunately, the CDMA version of the Nexus One never launched. Along came the Samsung Nexus S, the successor to the Nexus One. It’s the first device to run Android 2.3, Gingerbread, and it’s also a “pure Google experience” device. However, this time around, Google granted Sprint... 

Apple iOS 5 for iPhone hands-on preview

Posted by Matt P. on Jun 08, 2011 | 1 Comment

Disclaimer: This is a pre-release developer build; therefore the following images, features, etc. may not represent the final version of iOS 5. On Monday, June 6th, Steve Jobs took the stage at WWDC to introduce the world to a slew of new things coming to the iPhone, iPod, and iPad. The biggest thing was iOS 5, which is what many, many people have been waiting for. Apple has put in over 200 new features into this revamped... 

Review: Motorola Droid X2

Posted by CR H. on Jun 07, 2011 | 9 Comments

Launched almost exactly a year ago, the original Droid X has been quite a popular device on Verizon. Motorola and Verizon decided it was time for an update, and here we are with the Droid X2 – sporting a higher resolution display, a dual-core Tegra CPU, and an updated Blur skinning. But with no LTE, is the Droid X2 still a worthy device in Verizon’s Android lineup? Read on to hear our thoughts! Hardware / Design The... 

Review: Samsung Infuse “4G”

Posted by CR H. on May 30, 2011 | 1 Comment

Remember when the first 4.3” phones started to roll out (think EVO and Droid X)? Remember how everyone started saying phones couldn’t get any bigger and still be usable? Well, the Infuse “4G” from Samsung looks to be the first 4.5” Android phone. But is 4.5” usable for a phone? Is the Infuse any better than all the other Android phones out there? Read on to hear what we think! AKPC_IDS += "40740,"; Read More →

Review: MUGEN POWER 1800mAh Extended Battery for Dell Streak

Posted by PPCApache on May 29, 2011 | 7 Comments

For most of us we are always worry about our battery use for our smartphones, it’s one of the main faults bought to us at the Service Centre. Especially those going from a standard handset like a Nokia 2730 to an android phone like the HTC Legend or Desire HD, huge jump in ability and resources. "My Battery only last 6-12 hours, when it should last 2-3 days!?". How can we combat the dreaded battery drain... 

Review: Kyocera Echo

Posted by CR H. on May 28, 2011 | Leave a Comment

The Kyocera Echo from Sprint is definitely one of the most unique Android handsets we’ve ever seen. It doesn’t even need an introduction — just knowing the fact that it’s packing two displays is all you need to know. We’ve been playing around with one for a while now, so keep reading for our full review! AKPC_IDS += "40689,"; Read More →

BlackBerry PlayBook: One month later

Posted by CR H. on May 24, 2011 | 9 Comments

It’s been almost a month since we posted our full PlayBook review, and since then RIM has released a new OS, some new apps, and enabled BBM over Bridge. We thought this would be a good time to give our quick thoughts on the latest updates and the state of RIM’s tablet. First up is the latest PlayBook OS, version 1.0.3.1868. Launched only a few days after our full review went live, we’ve had plenty... 

Motorola DROID X2 Hitting Verizon May 26th for $199.99

Posted by Matt P. on May 18, 2011 | 5 Comments

Rocking a DROID X and want the successor to it? Here it is, Motorola DROID X2. Verizon has announced it will start pre-orders on May 19th via the online site and will hit retail stores the 26th of May. It will run you $199.99 on a new two-year contract, or upgrade depending on your eligibility. The Motorola DROID X2 has a nearly identical case as the first DROID X and will feature a 4.3-inch touchscreen display, a dual-core... 

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