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It’s been a year and a half since we reviewed our Manhattan Flyte Wireless Headphones. For our new review we have their updated Manhattan Fathom Wireless Headset. This headset features Bluetooth,NFC, and the availability to listen to your music, even if your battery is dead. Are the Fathom worth a look at for your next set of headphones?  Lets find out. ...

So you’re looking for a phone charger for your car but not sure what one to get. If you have two phones, or have times when two people need to charge their phones, a dual USB charger is a must. Lets take a look and see how the MPOW 3.4A Dual USB Car Charger fairs.   The MPOW Car Charger had 2 USB Ports to charge your devices. One USB port provides 2.4V and the other provides 1V. Both ports are marked so you know which port is which. The Charger is also compact in size so it doesn’t protrude very much from the cigarette...

Posted on Jul 17 2014 - 1:59pm by Ty Pier
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Verizon Wireless has done it yet again by releasing the new HTC One M8 on their lightning fast 4G LTE network.I got the chance to spend a couple months with this wonderful device and luckily was upgrading from the original HTC One so I was able to do a fantastic comparison. Interested in learning more about this device? Well read on to find out! Upon first opening the box with the phone inside I noticed...

Our next Power Bank we have for review is the Power Practical Lithium 4400 Battery Pack. This Power Bank not only has 4400 mAh of power to charge your devices. On top of just being able to charge your devices, the Battery Pack also features a 4 LED Light system that not only will show you the charge status of the Battery Pack, but doubles as a light that is great for camping or reading. Lets see  how the Power Practical Lithium handles.   The power practical is teardrop shaped and very strait forward to use. The top features 2 USB...

We always have a time when we said, “Darn it, I wish i had a power bank with me. My phone is almost dead.” We have reviewed a few Power Banks in the past, and now we have the Gum ++ from Just Mobile. This Power Bank is compact, but still carries enough power to charge your phone multiple times. How well does it work? Lets find out. ...

It’s been awhile since I’ve had the chance to review a cell phone case, so when UAG came to me wanting a review I jumped on the chance. ...

Posted on Jul 7 2014 - 10:05am by Ben Oaks
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The KIA Soul has been redesigned for 2014. The redesign adds subtile exterior changes that enhance the look and aerodynamics of the Soul.     The KIA Soul while looking very  much the same, has exterior features that set it apart from the previous model. First think you notice while looking from the front is the fact that while the grill looks very similar to the 2013 model, it is not open now. The grill itself is solid to give it a slightly enhanced look while increasing the vehicles aerodynamic profile to give you better...

Portable audio with great sound isn’t very easy to come by. If you’re a musician, portable audio with the ability to connect your guitar/keyboard/mp3 player to is next to unheard of. Thanks to IK Multimedia you have an affordable solution for listening to your music, and even playing music while at home or on the go.  The iLoud can be used either plugged into the wall or with the internal battery. Is the iLoud worth the @299.00 USD price tag? Lets give it a good work over. ...

Nothing is worse than having your screen crack or get scratched. It makes using your screen a pain by cutting your fingers depending on how bad the crack is, and makes watching tv and movies on it near impossible. Why not just take the step of protecting your phone with a NuGuard KXS Screen Protector and minimise your chances of damaging your screen. Lets see how it works. The NuGuard KXS Screen Protector is part of the NuGuard KX phone protection. It works well with their NuGuard KX phone case, or if you already have a case, it will...

Posted on Apr 29 2014 - 9:00am by Kyle Morris
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Specs: 5” 1080p Full HD Display Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor at 2.3GHz 32GB Storage 2GB RAM Duo Camera with UltraPixel rear cam, 5MP front BoomSound microSD Slot 2600mAh battery Review: When HTC released the original HTC One last year I reviewed it and other than a few minor flaws I loved it. HTC really had their work cut out for them when they decided to release a sequel to an already amazing device. The two major issues I found with the original One was a poorly placed power button and a non-standard capacitive button...