The HBO GO Application for iOS and Android devices is a great addition to the world of apps for content consumption. It offers many people who are fans or occasional watchers the ability to access HBO content from virtually anywhere on the go. Currently they have nearly 1,500 titles that include movies, documentaries, original series, comedy stand-ups, and even late night content. Now some of you may say that some of this content may already be available on Netflix and what would be the need for something like this if you have Netflix. To a certain degree, you may be correct, as you are limited to HBO content. But the one major flaw with Netflix is that they provide catalogs of shows once they pay for a license to show those titles. Those licenses usually last for a limited amount of time and many people have seen many old and new titles disappear at a faster pace from the instant availability on Netflix in the past 2 years. Read on for the full review.
Thermaltake eSports sent TekGoblin a package with the Thermaltake Challenger Gaming Keyboard Pro inside. My first impression of this keyboard was it being just another run-of-the-mill keyboard. Come on in for the full review.
Another year goes by and HTC and Verizon Wireless release another Android Incredible. This time it is the Droid Incredible 2; the second generation device in the Incredible series. Check out my hands-on video below to see it in action. The Droid Incredible 2 features a Android 2.2 operating device with a Super LCD Display, next generation 1GHz Snapdragon processor, a 8-Megapixel rear camera with 720p HD video recording and a 1.3-Megapixel front camera. Lets get into it...
Well, a few weeks ago was the HTC Inspire, so apparently it's time to do a 180 degree turn and review something developed by Microsoft instead. And so, like a plot twist in a bad movie, in comes the Samsung Focus, practically dripping Windows ubiquity, right when needed. As a somewhat jaded Microsoft PC user, the question is as follows: how will the Win7 Phone OS stack up against the other available mobile OSes, and would it be enough to warrant a switch?
Our good friends over at D-Link have let us take a good look at their fairly new Boxee Box. This is the newest evolution in D-Link's line of streaming media devices that allow a user to stream music and movies directly to their TV. Join us as we delve deep into the Boxee Box by D-Link's features.
The Samsung 4G LTE Hostspot is one of the 4G devices we saw at CES at the Verizon press conference. It is the Samsung SCH-LC11 hotspot which fully supports the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE and 3G networks. The hotspot supports up to 5 devices simultaneously and works similar to your home router. The LED lights on the top of the device tell you connection strength and which network you are connected to. For example a yellow light could mean that the signal strength is getting low while green is for a great signal. Read on for the full review.