New iPhone to Be Announced

Apple fans, unite! The next generation iPhone is just around the corner and the long-awaited new device is expected to be announced on September 12th of this year. Tentatively called the iPhone 5, Apple’s new baby will be announced alongside the company’s new iPod Nano – a double bonus for Apple…


Introducing Google’s Fiber Internet Connection

It’s a bird…It’s a plane - nope, it’s Google’s fast-as-lightning 1000 Mpbs fiber internet connection. The service which has no bandwidth max, no overage fees and comes with a mammoth 1TB of free cloud storage, went live in Kansas last Thursday. But that’s not all… Google has another trick up its…


iPhone 5 to Sport 19-pin Dock Connector

If you own an Apple iPhone – or have even seen one – you’ve probably noticed that the headphone jack sits at the top of the device. This feature is soon to be relocated as a result of the upcoming iPhone 5 which will be created with a smaller Dock connector port. As opposed to previous models of…


What's Hidden in the New Samsung Galaxy SIII

Since the birth of the Samsung Galaxy SIII about two months ago, I’ve read a varying spectrum of coverage regarding the new device – from how stellar it is to how sucky it is compared to the latest iPhone , and also how Samsung’s projected sales are about 10 million units by the end of July, yet…


A Look Beneath the Surface, Microsoft's Newest Creation

Just last week, there was a mysterious announcement made in Los Angeles, California regarding a cryptic little launch called the “Surface”. The new device offers an all-around mobile system graced with the versatility of acting both as a Windows 8-based tablets and an Ultrabook, too. t h e   l o o…


A Closer, Cripser Look at the New Mac Pro with Retina Display

It’s rare that the launch of any product by Apple does not coincide with a good amount of ballyhoo – and the new Apple laptop, the MacBook Pro with Retina Display, is no exception. The laptop brings with it an induction into the land of the lappy a stellar new screen technology called Retina…


Nintendo’s Wii U Gamepad Launches a New Gaming Experience

When Nintendo flabbergasted the game world last year with its concept for a successor to the Wii (now formally titled the Wii U Gamepad), it’s safe to say a lot of jaws dropped and thumbs itched to have at the new gaming gadget. While Nintendo’s shares plummeted from the launch of such a gutsy…


Count on CPS for Keeping You Up-to-Speed on the BBB (BlackBerry Bold, that is)

In the age of the iPhone and other popular – and mostly touchscreen - mobile phones, lots of BlackBerry Bold users can’t help but contemplate ditching the BBB for one of those more popular devices. To make that decision an easier one, it’s a good idea take a good look at what the BlackBerry phone…


A Consumer Priority Service Review of Adobe Photoshop Touch for the iPad 2

The Apple iPad 2 has become a downright technological masterpiece, largely in part due to the abundance of iOS apps and services that stream into the market everyday. The latest app, Adobe Photoshop Touch is a transformed version of the revered, flagship Adobe program into an image-editing tool for…


All Aboard the iTrain - Soon Passengers in Boston Can Buy Tickets with their Smartphones

By the end of this year, commuters in Boston will no longer have to worry about losing their train ticket or forgetting it at home, because the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority has recently partnered with Masabi US Ltd. (a trailblazer in transit mobile ticketing technology) to create…