LG G3 Hands On: It's All About the Screen

LG officially unveiled on Tuesday its latest flagship smartphone, the 5.5-inch LG G3. The G3's most distinguishing feature is its screen: It has a mind-blowing 2,560 x 1,440 resolution, which means its pixel density is a truly eye-popping 538 pixels per inch. To put that in perspective, that's the…


Twitter Officially Introduces The Mute Button For Android, iPhone And Web

Twitter has officially announced “mute,” a new feature for its Android, iPhone and web clients that lets users selectively turn off the posts of certain users they follow, without unfollowing them. Muting the users will stop their posts from showing up in your timeline, including their own posts…


Amiigo: Smarter than the Average Fitness App

Couch potatoes are running out of excuses to keep themselves planted into those cushions much longer. There’s a marathon going on in which thousands of companies are racing to develop the best fitness app. From MyFitnessPal to Endomondo and GAIN Fitness (and then there are the gizmos, too, like…


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…


Consumer Priority Service Reviews The Velocity Micro Cruz T408 and T410

What’s the mainstream tablet market to do when the iPad’s hold just won’t loosen? Cut prices. Bargain tablets are about to hit us hard - in fact you can expect the shelves to be flooded with basement-priced tabbys by the end of the year. Amongst the slew of affordable devices, you’ll find the…


Consumer Priority Service Reviews The Samsung Galaxy Note

The Samsung Galaxy Note is an anomaly of sorts in today’s tech world, particularly because its 5.3-inch display situates the device somewhere between a phone and a tablet. For the phone part of this device’s identity, the device runs on AT&T’s 4G LTE network and features an “S Pen”, or stylus,…


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…


The HTC One V: Not too Hot, Not too Cold, This Droid’s Just Right

Okay, so this one may not knock your socks off - but it definitely won’t blow your budget - and for some, that’s all that’s needed. The HTC One V is an Android 4.0 smartphone with a 5MP camera at a very affordable cost. Cousin to the HTC One X with sports the bionic quad-core processor, the One V…


Consumer Priority Service reviews the New Asus Transformer Prime Tablet

The Asus Transformer Prime is hands-down one of the most excellent tablets on the market. The Android tab sports evident iPad 2 influences with a slimmer, lighter body and extras like a microSD and Micro-HDMI support, and an 8-mega pixel camera that may be the best on any other tablet on the market…


Stick it to 'Em (All of Your E-gadgets, that Is) with The Grippy Pad

The Grippy Pad stays true to its name by clutching onto your vehicle's dashboard, allowing drivers and users to set their portable tech gadgets on the pad and keep them there - abolishing the ever-annoying case of your iPhone, smartphone or iPod slipping and sliding all over the place while you're…