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    Review: Senta Ally Bluetooth Stereo Speaker w/ FM

    by Ryan McLaughlin ~ October 20th, 2013

    Portable Bluetooth speakers are dime a dozen, but if you have the right one it can be used with a mobile device to boost its audio so that it is more enjoyable and can be shared with others. With so many manufacturers of portable speakers it may be difficult to pick the right one. Today I will be looking at the Senta Ally speaker system and if it is good then hopefully this will make the decision a little easier

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    Review: Straight Talk T-Mobile vs AT&T

    by Ryan McLaughlin ~ March 2nd, 2013

    I recently bought a LG Nexus 4 and because it is unlocked I wanted to use it on a prepaid phone plan. I had previously been using PagePlus, but because this is not a Verizon phone they do not support it. So I had to find a new carrier. After considering my options I went with Straight Talk because they have unlimited data and talk for just $45 a month. However Straight talk uses either T-Mobile or AT&T and I had to choose one before I could use it

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    Review: HP Elitebook 8770w Mobile Workstations

    by Ryan McLaughlin ~ February 22nd, 2013

    The Elitebook Mobile Workstation is HP’s top of the line business notebook, and the 8770w is at the top of that series. The Elitebook 8770w includes several upgrade from last years model, including a faster processor, better screen, and a better video card

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    Review: LG Nexus 4 Phone

    by Ryan McLaughlin ~ December 21st, 2012

    The Nexus 4 phone from LG is Google’s latest attempt at showing the world what a Android phone should look like. The big question that everyone has is, does it meet those high expectations? Well, as usual this all depends on what you are looking for

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Review: HP EliteBook 2760p Tablet PC

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ September 28th, 2011

About a year ago I reviewed the HP EliteBook 2740p. Since then HP has been improving the tablet PC and now I have the HP EliteBook 2760p. The HP EliteBook 2760p combines both a tablet, and a laptop and together they make a potent combination

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Review: EVGA GeForce GTX 460 upgrade

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ September 20th, 2011

I decided to upgrade my graphics card recently. My computer is several years old and the old setup consisted of a single Geforce GTX 260 graphics card. I wanted to upgrade the graphics card so that I could increase the performance of my computer

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Review: BackJoy

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ July 5th, 2011

In my profession I sit for much of the day. In addition, when I come home I also sit a lot. I am not always sitting on the most ergonomic chairs and my back pays the price. So when I heard about a simple device that will help me sit better I had to try it out

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Review: Asus Transformer Keyboard Dock

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ June 30th, 2011

One of the main reasons I bought the Asus Transformer Android Tablet is because it has an optional keyboard docking station with an extended battery. This together with the tablet will hopefully create an ultimate portable productivity and entertainment device

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Review: Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101 tablet

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ June 8th, 2011

For a long time I have been looking for a tablet that has expandable memory, an open and flexible OS, slim and sturdy design, and a really great screen. I have tested several tablets and so far none of them have met all my requirements. However, the ASUS Transformer looks like it might just be that tablet

WARNING: Do Not Install My Movies 4

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ May 21st, 2011

As you have may know from reading my review of My Movies 3 I was a big fan of the My Moves software and the functionality it provides. A few days ago My Moves 4 was released and I thought I would take the plunge and upgrade. That is where all my problems began

Google enters the Cloud music foray

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ May 17th, 2011

I just got an email from Google indicating that they are now offering a Cloud music player for the Android OS

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Review: Shari’s Berries

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ May 10th, 2011

I heard the hype, I saw the pictures, and decided I would buy my wife a box of Shari’s Berries for Mother’s day. Now that I actually have them in hand, how did they live up?

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Review: Apple iPad 2 WiFi tablet

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ April 18th, 2011

Even though tablets have been around for many years, the iPad was the first to bring them down to the consumer level in both price, ease of use, and popularity. The first iPad was a huge success and with the iPad 2 Apple has repeated that success

Why is the HTC Thunderbolt so expensive?

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ March 21st, 2011

I have been using the HTC Droid Incredible for a while now, and I have been eying over a few new phones as a replacement. The HTC Thunderbolt seemed like the best candidate, but now that it is out and the official price of $749 is set I am having second thoughts

Review: Viewsonic G Tablet with VEGAn-Tab ROM

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ March 18th, 2011

About a month ago I reviewed the Viewsonic G Tablet. It performed well, but the stock ROM was not as flexible and fast as I wanted. So I decided to flash a new ROM and run the test again

Dell unveils Inspiron R series laptops

by Advertisement ~ March 18th, 2011

The Dell Inspiron range has been a staple of the laptop market for many years, but now the Inspiron R range has been unveiled by the manufacturer to rejuvenate its current offerings with some meaty promises of high-end capabilities

How Apple lost a customer – Updated

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ March 13th, 2011

This article was suppose to be a review of the iPad 2, but because all the stores I went to didn’t have any in stock I am instead writing this article

Ever since the first iMac, computer manufacturers have been finding ways to combine all the parts of a computer into a single device. HP is doing this with the Compaq 6000 and they are marketing it to businesses as an All-in-one Business PC

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Review: Motorola Xoom WiFi + 3G Tablet

by Ryan McLaughlin ~ February 24th, 2011

Well here it is folks, the Motorola Xoom in all its glory. For months we have been hearing about how great it’s going to be and how much we will be able to do with it. For this review we will be finding out whether or not all the hype was right or wrong, and whether the high price is worth it all