The Drone: A New, Mobile Way To Game

There’s a special treat for all you mobile gamers out there.  Whether you like to play games on your smartphone, tablet or PC, the Drone is what you’ve been missing.  Gamers will finally be able to play complex games with their fingers and thumbs on buttons without having to swipe and tap the screen anywhere [...]


Blended: iPad mini, Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire HD

You’ve probably figured out by now that I’m a fan of Blendtec and Tom Dickson. Here’s the latest in the “Will it Blend?” series, and they’ve hit the trifecta: the Nexus 7, the Kindle Fire HD and the iPad mini. Let’s do this! —– You should follow Mike on Twitter for more great tech insights and [...]


The iPad Mini has a face. Leaked pictures of the fully assembled iPad Mini

And, now we have a leak of the full iPad Mini with it’s rounded edges, more narrow bezel, and 8” form factor. The Amazon Fall Kindle event made me very excited for a smaller form factor tablet. I purchased a Kindle Fire when they first released, and it has since been a ‘Paperweight Kindle’. When [...]

Kindle Fire Rolls

Amazon’s Slow And Steady Tablet Strategy

As John Gruber said about the iPad: like other products, the Kindle Fire will start small, but grow large. Amazon is making a play with the Kindle Fire, like the play they made with the original Kindle. They started with a product that may have lacked features. It wasn’t perfect, and had in some ways [...]


Buckle Up: Here’s What’s Coming in the Next 2 Weeks in Tech

The next two weeks will be a big week in the tech industry, with lots of new products being announced. Here’s a rundown. Wednesday, September 5 – Motorola is expected to announce the new Droid RAZR HD at an event with Verizon in New York. (Details) Wednesday, September 5 – Nokia and Microsoft are holding [...]

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What do the Amazon Kindle Fire SKUs at Staples tell us?

So, the online community is abuzz about the Reuters report. The article claims that there will be “five or six” new Kindle Fire models. Where did they pick up this claim? From president of U.S. Retail for Staples, Demos Parneros. The Reuters reporters and Parneros may indeed be very intelligent and understand what I’m about [...]

Google Nexus 7

Here’s why Google is on the right track with the Nexus 7 (by @jkhowland)

Here is the truth. The Nexus 7 has an uphill battle. The new tablet is going up against the single most successful product in the world: the iPad. Android is getting better every day. It seems like with the Nexus they are trying to make a statement that they are taking the tablet market seriously. [...]


Kindle Fire’s Latest Update

Amazon recently released the new update for the Kindle fire to version 6.3.1. The new update will allow users to get additional parental controls that let users protect purchases with a password, disable access to content libraries, and block access to the web browsing, as well as access to some neat sharing features and more [...]


Apple doesn’t give any media form special treatment, just ask the DOJ

Apple is currently facing a lawsuit against the Department of Justice, in which they are claiming that Apple’s agency model is a product of conspiracy. Traditional Media Newspapers, magazines, and other traditional media outlets want a pass. They don’t even want to pay the 30% that Apple is being sued against. ‘I don’t think you [...]

Android Kool Aid Man

Android may be winning. But it isn’t matching Google’s expectations. (by @jkhowland)

According to a presentation given by Andy Rubin in July 2010, Google expected to sell some 10 million Android tablets a year in 2011 and 2012 and capture up to a third of the entire tablet market. Google’s Expectation So, Google expected Android tablets to have 33 percent of the market? Why is that so [...]

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