New handsets from LG and Samsung are arriving soon— and both companies have a lot riding on their reception. Continue reading “The Buzz of New Phones”
Samsung goes upscale with Google’s entry-level computers.
In recent years we’ve seen the Chromebook grow from sideline oddity to the second best selling computer in America. In an age where phones and tablets are packed with more computing power than the Apollo missions, the conventional desktop and laptop computer markets are lagging. The only computers to clock rising sales lately?
Chromebooks. Continue reading “Chromebooks Go Pro”
Making voicemail better is not something most people think about. It’s one of those ubiquitous facts of modern life and we don’t usually give it much thought. Until it screws up!
I recently purchased a new, unlocked, unbranded Android smartphone and discovered it had no voicemail app. Since the phone had no carrier associated, there was no voice mail installed at all. Most of us don’t realize the carrier adds those apps! That’s when I discovered YouMail.
Continue reading “Improve Your Voice Mail”
For years iBolt has been our go-to choice for vehicle docks. Their latest offering raises the bar once again!
Designed for most devices equipped with a Micro USB charging port, the new mPro Car Dock features an integrated charger and NFC convenience to launch your favorite driving app. It also includes the iBolt super-sticky suction cup that somehow leaves no goo on the windshield). Continue reading “New mPro Dock Rocks”
Google’s latest Nexus phone from LG offers sleek design and high tech features.