04/20/2010, Macbook Pro Review - this in-depth review of the Macbook Pro tells you how it is to use one of them on Mac OS, or Windows.
04/13/2010, The new Macbook Pro laptops have arrived and here is an unboxing set of photos, along with a video (still processing in YouTube as I type). The new Macbook Pro keeps the unibody design pretty much intact and little has changed since last year. The only visible change that I noticed is the new MagSafe power connector design. I’m not sure why Apple has changed it, but I kind of liked […]
04/05/2010, This iPad Review is very detailed and covers : user experience, web browsing, eBooks, PDF, display quality and everything that you need to know about the iPad.
04/02/2010, The Vaio Z Series has been re-introduced by Sony at CES 2010 to spearhead its laptop line-up. It is supposed to be the best Sony can offer. It blends raw power and ultra portability in a good looking shell that encompasses a carved aluminum core. In 2010, Sony updated the Z Series with Intel’s latest Core i7 and Core i5 processors, making the new Vaio Z much more powerful, while […]
03/09/2010, We played with the Motonav N765 at Mobile World Congress (MWC), but we now have one in the office, as Motorola prepares to launch it in the U.S. For a quick overview of the functionalities, you can refer to our MWC post. right now, we want to share with you an unboxing photo gallery and a quick first impression of the physical aspect of the device along with a little […]
03/05/2010, Tuesday morning, I had the opportunity to get my hands on the new classmate, the computer for kids, designed by Intel. To increase the demand for computing devices more rapidly, nothing is better than acquiring new customers right after they left their cradles.
03/05/2010, Though some of them have been kicking around Best Buy’s website for a few weeks, Samsung R80 series of high-end, moderate priced laptops make their formal debut this weekend when they hit Best Buy stores across the country. To celebrate, they had a meet-the-press party at the Samsung Experience product gallery in Manhattan yesterday evening. Samsung’s first serious foray into the retail US laptop market, the three R80 series models […]
03/03/2010, Since CES 2010, Sprint has unveiled the Overdrive, a 4G (WiMax) and 3G mobile broadband HotSpot that creates a WIFI bubble for up to five wireless devices. Sprint sees it as a potential replacement for low-end DSL connections, and certainly a replacement for dial-up connections. We have tried it in both WiMax and 3G modes, and it’s time to see if Sprint sales pitch lives up to a real world […]
01/28/2010, Love hands-on posts? The Cellular Guru certainly lives up to his name with a hands-on video of the yet-unreleased BlackBerry Magnum that you see above, where it seems to fall between the Bold and Storm smartphones, boasting a full physical keyboard that complements the click touchscreen display. The video won’t reveal too much apart from it (the Magnum) being a prototype device without a fully working operating system. Nice to […]
01/18/2010, Nexus One Review - The Google Nexus One is the most anticipated Android phone ever. First, because Google was rumored to be "freeing people" from the the wireless carriers
01/07/2010, [CES 2010] The Que reader looks really great, there’s no question about that. Next to it, the Kindle looks so cheap, but it is still the best selling ebook out there, I think. That said the Que’s user interface and demonstration content (USA Today looked fantastic). It is possible to sync files over USB or Wi-Fi (subscription content too), but there no 3G connection (I’m totally fine with that). Que […]
12/23/2009, Because the Blackberry Bold 9700 has been called the “best Blackberry ever” by some, the excitement and expectations around this phone is high. It is true that the bold 9700 represents the apogee of successive refinements that Research In Motion (RIM) has done on its phones since the release of the original Bold. The Blackberry 9700 inherits from improvements made to the Blackberry Curve 8900 and the Blackberry Tour, among […]
11/23/2009, When the Palm Pixi first appeared in May, there was a lot of excitement about an affordable Web OS device with a slim and sexy design. By the time Pixi had arrived to Market, a deluge of Android phones lead by the Motorola Droid and the powerful iPhone 3GS had been released. Android 2.0 and Motoblur feature functionalities that are close to Palm’s Synergy, while the Pixi lacks WiFi. At […]
11/19/2009, Yesterday, I was invited by Virgin America to the opening flight San Francisco-Fort Lauderdale and I tested the free in-flight wi-fi, courtesy of Google during the Holiday season (ends January 15th, sigh). It worked very well: the login time is very fast unlike when I had to go through the payment process on Gogo Inflight Internet website, the user interface was terrible and it often returned error messages. The most […]