All things considered, build, assembly, materials, the iPhone X feels more like an evolution of the iPhone 4 design language than its immediate predecessors.
so far, bloggers and self-aggrandizing industry "experts" have unanimously proclaimed the Apple Watch to lack a killer app... the imaginary tool or function that makes it a "must have" gadget. sorry folks, but it's not coming. ever. at least not a single, universal capability that sends everyone out to wait in line on launch day. ... Continue Reading →
it's been nearly a year since I received my preordered Apple Watch and here's what I've observed. I've worn it almost daily, which I haven't done since I was in the military as use of a wrist watch became superfluous with the ubiquitous cellphone. it's even gotten me interested in wristwatches as I've caught myself... Continue Reading →
ever been the victim of a bad date and watched the person seated across from you constantly check their watch as time slows to a crawl and neither of you are willing to just throw in the towel and leave? ok, maybe you never experienced this firsthand if you're under 30 years old, but i'm... Continue Reading →
AT&T just announced a new program to allow morons to upgrade to a new device every 12 months. first, here's how it works: choose any device at full retail price, pay for the device in monthly installments over a 20 month period, at the 12 month point, you may return the device to cover the... Continue Reading →
Some may be familiar with my previous experience with DRO Concepts. Their cases were absolute crap that damaged my device and despite accepting my returned case, still haven't refunded my money and refuse to take my calls or emails. if you've ever been victimized by them, i truly feel for you and all can empathize.... Continue Reading →
Nokia's VP of Smartphones, Jo Harlow recently proved how little she understands how the retail market works from a retail and customer perspective in a recent interview with All Things D. She attempts to defend her decision to release Nokia's latest flagship device, the Lumia 1020, as an AT&T exclusive by claiming that carriers are... Continue Reading →
Nilay Patel just posted an editorial on The Verge, titled, "Apple's Bravado Clouds The Company's Real Challenges" and seems to base his thoughts on a foundation that is incorrect. He goes astray by making the assumption that Apple and Google are competitors, taking this to the incorrect conclusion that Apple is still failing due to their inability... Continue Reading →