No matter what device or smartphone you are using these days, a great pair of headphones is always one of the accessories that makes that experience a whole lot better. I’ve tried out many headphones and earbuds trying to find the perfect pair that will provide crisp sound and help with noise cancellation. I found that with the ClarityOne Earbuds.
In my line of work, I have to concentrate on design, code, and requirements generation. Having a loud office provides an environment where it’s sometimes hard to think about what I’m doing. These earbuds provide a crisp clear sound quality that let me get lost in whatever I’m hearing and because of the light-weight design and long cable (it comes with a 48″ cable), I’m able to move around my workspace easily and sometimes even forget that I’m wearing them! Best of all, I no longer hear the conversations, whistling, and failed attempts at singing of my coworkers! Continue reading
I had the opportunity to try out the Defender Series case by OtterBox. These cases have saved my old phones countless times, and I’d recommend them to everyone. Check out the video review posted below.
The Sound ID 510 is a light (weighs about 8 grams) Bluetooth headest with a real treat. It comes with its own iPhone/Android (requires Android 2.1) app (BlackBerry app is coming soon) which allows you to adjust sound levels, check on the battery level and update firmware, toggle certain settings, and also includes the ability to find the headset.
When I owned a BlackBerry I was fortunate enough to have a case by OtterBox. As can be seen from my review of that case, it really saved my phone! Having transitioned to Android, I was very excited to hear that OtterBox released cases for my Nexus One phone, specifically, the black Commuter Series case.
The TouchTech Mini-Q is a metallic, bulky, and heavy hard drive unit. It’s an external hard drive unit that has dual FireWire 800 ports, one eSATA/USB 2.0 port, 128-bit AES encryption, heavy duty metal case, and a removable drive tray. It supports Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows Vista, OS X, and Linux.
Today we’ll be looking at the Adesso iMouse T1, a wired optical USB trackball mouse. As a programmer, I’m in front of the computer for multiple hours every day, which means ergonomics is highly important for me. The iMouse T1 is marketed as an ergonomically designed trackball mouse featuring a scrolling wheel and a large detachable ball. Coming in at 0.4lbs, the iMouse T1 has two buttons, a detachable optical trackball, and a scroll wheel.
App Reviewed By: Stephen Hewitt
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Using your phone while driving is dangerous. At least that’s the message we’re getting from an increasing number of states within the US and countries worldwide. In the UK, using your phone whilst driving has been a driving offense for some time with on the spot fines now issued if caught.
DriveReply by Iconosys Inc is an essential Android app if you’re a high volume texter/caller and drive a lot.
I received the iMouse T1, an optical USB trackball mouse by Adesso. I’m going to give it a try for a few days and report back what I think of it. In the meantime, here’s a quick unboxing video: