Tag Archive | "reviews"

The Verge’s monster iPhone 5 review

Friday, September 21, 2012

Comments Off on The Verge’s monster iPhone 5 review

Josh Topolosky doesn’t dissapoint with this monster iPhone 5 review. The short of it? They like it, they really really like it. The iPhone 5 is unquestionably the best iPhone ever made, and for the mass market, it’s the best smartphone, period. Between the new design, blazing fast LTE, and excellent battery life, there’s little […]

Continue reading...

Comprehensive iOS 6 reviews

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Comments Off on Comprehensive iOS 6 reviews

iOS 6 is out and in the wild, and if you wanna find out what all the fuss is about, these comprehensive reviews should do the trick. Dollars to donuts, you’re not going to find a more comprehensive review than Rene Ritchie’s iOS 6 review over at iMore: Compared to previous versions of iOS, and […]

Continue reading...

The Verge’s iPad third-gen review: “In a class by itself”

Thursday, March 15, 2012


You won’t find a more thorough review of the new iPad than Josh Topolsky’s piece for The Verge: Yes, this display is outrageous. It’s stunning. It’s incredible. I’m not being hyperbolic or exaggerative when I say it is easily the most beautiful computer display I have ever looked at. Perhaps it has something to do […]

Continue reading...

Jonathan Geller reviews the Galaxy Note

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Comments Off on Jonathan Geller reviews the Galaxy Note

Jonathan Geller is hardly impressed with the Samsung Galaxy Note: The phone is too big. You will look stupid talking on it, people will laugh at you, and you’ll be unhappy if you buy it. I really can’t get around this, unfortunately, because Samsung pushed things way too far this time. You can’t use it […]

Continue reading...

iPhone 4S reviews start rolling in

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Comments Off on iPhone 4S reviews start rolling in

On Tuesday evening, various media outlets began publishing their official iPhone 4S reviews. This short of it? This phone is poised to be a monster. Some of the more noteworthy excerpts are below: The New York Times: Speech recognition. Crazy good, transformative, category-redefining speech recognition… Apple won’t admit that it’s using a version of Dragon […]

Continue reading...

Hands-on impressions of the iPhone 4S

Friday, October 7, 2011

Comments Off on Hands-on impressions of the iPhone 4S

Our invitation to Apple’s iPhone event this past week must have gotten lost in the mail. But it’s all good, I’m sure Apple will hit us up next time. In the meantime, some of the lucky outlets that did get an invite to Apple’s town hall meeting began publishing some of their initial impressions of […]

Continue reading...

When people are a little bit too mad at OS X Lion [Video]

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Comments Off on When people are a little bit too mad at OS X Lion [Video]

Here’s an entertaining, albeit pointless, video for you guys. YouTube user AlexKrasny did a video review of OS X Lion and let’s just say he’s less than impressed. But what makes this video so ridiculous is that this guy gets inexplicably mad and frustrated at every new change in OS X. Indeed, he thinks OS […]

Continue reading...

John Siracusa’s OS X 10.7 Lion Mega Review

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Comments Off on John Siracusa’s OS X 10.7 Lion Mega Review

You’d be hard pressed to find a more thorough review and analysis of OS X than John Siracusa’s work. He brings the business consistently and his latest review of OS X 10.7 is no different. It’s long, really long, and well worth checking out over here. Siracusa’s ultimate recommendation: Even at Ars Technica, a certain […]

Continue reading...

Sign number 34 that Consumer Reports isn’t on the ball

Tuesday, March 15, 2011


Consumer Reports writes: One major difference in tech specs is that the iPad 2 has a new processor that’s supposed to make it far speedier than the original,” Fox reports. “While performing routine tasks such as Web browsing and e-mail in our tests, we didn’t notice any significant speed improvement.” You know, it’s hard to […]

Continue reading...

iPad 2 reviews start rolling in

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Comments Off on iPad 2 reviews start rolling in

Engadget kicks things off with an extremely positive review of Apple’s next-gen iPad. Battery life is rock solid: Not surprisingly, Apple promises major battery life on the iPad 2. Though the device has been physically trimmed down, the company says users can expect the same longevity we witnessed in the previous version. In our testing, […]

Continue reading...

Verizon iPhone reviews start rolling in

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Comments Off on Verizon iPhone reviews start rolling in

TechCrunch: Yesterday, I made a 45-minute phone call from my office. This seemingly unremarkable statement is remarkable for two reasons. First, I was able to place a call from my office — something which was impossible for me to do a week prior. Second, I made it through the entire 45-minutes without the call being […]

Continue reading...

Engadget reviews Windows Phone 7

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Comments Off on Engadget reviews Windows Phone 7

Engadget’s take on Microsoft’s last gasp effort to remain relevant in the smartphone game. In our original preview, we said that Windows Phone 7 didn’t quite feel like a complete smartphone OS yet. We’d like to come back and report that it finally has the fit and finish of a fully realized product, but that […]

Continue reading...
eXTReMe Tracker