Consumer Priority Service Reviews the Samsung Galaxy Note

Samsung has long been considered a major contender in the mobile-phone making business. Its success has been largely in part due to its ability to create products that imitate many of Apple’s most popular devices. But now, Samsung seems to be steering itself into another direction, along a road…


Get Ready for a Slice of Raspberry Pi

If it feels like you’ve been waiting forever for an affordable computer, you’ll be delighted to know that the wait is finally over. Fresh out of the oven last month came the very first batch of Raspberry Pis – low-cost USB computer units for less than 40 bucks a piece. The Raspberry Pi project…


Welcome to the World, Bluetooth 4.0

If you’re familiar with Bluetooth technology, you probably know that most devices that sport Bluetooth tend to drain of their power easily. Enter Bluetooth 4.0, however, and the story changes – the upgraded, more intelligent technology allows for a new breed of gadgets like medical devices and…


The Samsung Series 7 Slate PC Hits a Sweet Spot

For a tablet, the Samsung Series 7 Slate PC is a bit hefty, but it still hits the spot for those who want a device that marries portability and power. It weighs a substantial 1.8 pounds and measures 11.6 X 7.2 X 0.5 inches, yet it is equipped with a Core i5 processor and a 128GB solid state drive.…


Hip, Hip, Hooray for the New Kindle Touch 3G

Three cheers for the new Touch 3G – because Amazon has finally graced e-bookworms everywhere with a touch screen reader. This isn’t just any old touch reader, either: the 3G’s inner workings include infrared sensors for fostering carefree, easy finger-play on its crystal E-ink display - making for…


Microsoft is Sweetening the Smartphone with the New Mango OS

Mango is more than a fruit – it’s the smartphone’s juicy OS, courtesy of Microsoft Windows 7.5. Mobile phone companies are quickly creating handsets to showcase the latest interface and the results are sweet. With Mango, smartphone users have access to cool services like multitasking Twitter…


Password Management Apps Crack the Code to Securing Your Data

Nowadays, it’s more important than ever to safeguard your information. As tech devices and services become more sophisticated, they unfortunately become more vulnerable to security breaches. Still, a lot of people are not taking the issue seriously – and reports even show that entire corporations…


Which Ultrabooks Promise the Most Outré Flair in 2012

There are a several Ultrabooks on the horizon – and watch out, Macbook Air, because this revolutionary surge of laptops just might be the tech-tsunami powerful enough to blow you outta the water! Specifically, there is a handful of notable lap-books most likely to take the cake, and here’s a…


Staying ShipShape in a Virtual World

It’s time for couch potatoes to get up, get out, and get in shape! Luckily for loafers, there is a new breed of tech gadgets that are turning fitness into something fun. Specifically, new products from Motorola, Fitbit and Jawbone are helping to lure lollygaggers into exercising and keep them…


Kindle Doesn’t Light Your Fire? Consider One of These Alternatives

If you’re not sold on the popular Kindle, but are itching for an e-reader nonetheless, you’ll be glad to know the market is strewn with some snazzy alternatives to the popular Amazon device. While some are less expensive and offer tons of value, others will cost you little but deliver features that…