The Kindle Fire HD is a Damn Good Compromise for the iPad

We’re talking about an 1920X1200 display (8.9-inch) with a polarized filter and anti-glaring technology. Then throw in some Dolby audio speakers, a high performance 1.5 Ghz dual-core processor, Imagination 3D graphics, and duel antenna wi-fi. Give us access to over 22 million movies, television shows, songs, books, and magazines. The Kindle Fire HD may not […]

Kindle Paperwhite is the Great “White” Hope for the Old School Book Purist

The world seems to be split between those who love the idea of reading their favorite novel on a computer screen, and the purist who would rather be holding a crisp, white piece of paper. Kindle has come up with a great compromise, which promises to add 62 percent more pixels (212 ppi), and 25 […]

Sound Meets Style with the Joey Roth Ceramic Subwoofer

Joey Roth Ceramic Speakers are a thing of beauty when perched on a desktop. However, if you want to emphasize sound, while maintaining their stylish look. Joey has added a ceramic subwoofer to his collection, which not only compliments the speakers, but does a damn good job of adding some boom. The sub-woofer consists of a 6.5-inch […]

Speakers a Little Flat? Try a Doctor Recommended “Beats Pill”

Most music loving technophiles like their MP3 players small, and their subwoofers big. However, when you’re on the go, big sound is the last thing that you’d expect from anything as minuscule as a tube of toothpaste. The “Beats Pill” by Dr. Dre is a Bluetooth speaker that stands 7.5-inches tall, and 2-inches in girth, yet […]

Ipad Mini is Small in Stature But Big in the Britches

We are one business week away from the official arrival of Apple’s iPad Mini (Friday, November 2, 2012), which is the much smaller sibling of their blockbuster hit, the Tablet. At just $330 to $660, you might be thinking that its performance will probably be as minuscule as its 0.68 pounds, and 7.2mm thickness. Not […]

The Future of 3D Printing: Door Knobs, Medical Equipment, and Guns

(Photo of first gun manufactured via a 3D printer) A few years ago, the idea of a 3D printer came out, and the world said, “Hmm…” Today, political humorist, Stephen Colbert says, “We no longer have to rely on the Chinese for our plastic pieces of crap, because what’s cheaper than a Chinese worker? A […]

Google Glass: A New Kind of Gadget

Every couple of years a new gadget comes along that causes the world to stand up and takes notice. The compass made its first public appearance in 1190, allowing sailors to know where the hell they were going. The radio was officially invented in 1885, and this technology would enable people to communicate without the […]

The New iPhone 5: Thinner, More Powerful, and in Stores Next Week

Today, the iPhone 5 was finally unveiled through Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, and while it has some stellar features, the Samsung Galaxy should still hold its ground as its closest competition. The biggest news for the upgrade is that it will be taller (4-inch diagonal screen) and thinner (0.3 inches), which means it can now […]

You Only get One Chance at a First Online Impression

“Eighty percent of companies use search engines and social networks, such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn to find information about you (background checks)—if they don’t like what they find, you’re eliminated,” says an Shawbel, personal branding expert and author of Me 2.0: Build a Powerful Brand to Achieve Career Success. The internet has become the […]

Google Glasses: Your Day Has Just Got Busier, And Perhaps More Productive

This T-101 Cyborg unit (Terminator movie reference) is ready for dispatch sometime in 2013 most likely. The new Google glasses will allow its wearer to find locations, view the weather, send text message, locate friends, and interact with the world, all from the sight (view controlled) and sound of your voice. This is a pretty […]