Review

HTC One S reviewed: A superb T-Mobile smartphone

The T-Mobile HTC One S launches on April 25 with Android 4.0 and Sense. The phone is a supposed triple threat in the areas of design, audio and camera capabilities. I’ve been testing the HTC One S to see if it lives up to that billing.

Hands on: Retina-optimized iWork apps

Some of the first productivity-oriented apps that have been upgraded for the new iPad’s high-resolution Retina display are Apple’s own iWork apps. Here are our first impressions of how presentations, spreadsheets and documents in Keynote, Numbers and Pages fare on the new tablet’s display.

REVIEW: AT&T’s Big and Bold Samsung Infuse 4G

Samsung’s Infuse 4G on AT&T offers one of the biggest, boldest displays on any smartphone. But to get this gorgeous screen, you’ll need to give up on a dual-core processor: the Infuse 4G uses a 1.2GHz single-core chip. Does the tradeoff make for an appealing handset?

Dell Streak 7 Review: Poor Screen Limits the 4G Upside

T-Mobile is debuting the Dell Streak 7 Android tablet this week, the first 4G tablet available on the carrier’s data network. While the 21 Mbps radio shines, some design and hardware choices may hamper the Streak 7 from being a contender in the upcoming tablet wars.

TuneIn Radio: Local Radio on Your Smartphone

If you’re like me you may not listen to local radio much anymore, with all the online music options available. Sometimes listening to a favorite local radio station is just the ticket, especially when traveling and feeling a bit homesick. TuneIn Radio is a free app.

Review: Nokia N8 Is Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

Nokia’s newest smartphone comes in the form of the Nokia N8, a GSM touchscreen device with the brand new Symbian^3 operating system. Even with the improvements shown in the N8, several key user experience aspects keep it at least a step or two behind the competition.

Review: Nokia N8 Is Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

Nokia’s newest smartphone comes in the form of the Nokia N8, a GSM touchscreen device with the brand new Symbian^3 operating system. Even with the improvements shown in the N8, several key user experience aspects keep it at least a step or two behind the competition.

App Review: iBank Mobile

[appreview] title=iBank Mobile image=http://gigapple.wordpress.com/files/2009/07/ibank_mobile_00.jpg price=$4.99 url=http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=318802616&mt=8 rating=bronze [/appreview] The developers of iBank, the robust alternative to moribund Quicken for the Mac, have…

Gefen Cuts the HDMI Cord

Unsightly wires can ruin the look of the best home entertainment system. And hey, looks matter. So what if you can’t —…

App Review: Convert — Apparently Form Does Not Equal Function

[appreview] title=Convert image=http://gigapple.wordpress.com/files/2009/03/picture-1-11-11-13.png price=$1.99 url=http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=306989663&mt=8 rating=avoid [/appreview] Convert, an app for converting an array of different units, looks great and, in theory,…

Recall Everything With reQall

I like to think I do a pretty good job of keeping the major stuff in order, on track, and on time.…

Colin McRae Rally Mac

I’ve been hooked on Mario Kart Wii since it was released, but there’s been a disconnect for me. Like “Grand Theft Auto”,…

Review: B-Flex 2 USB Speaker

JLab Audio carries a handful of products centered around audio – iPod Nano speakers, earbuds, iPod/iPhone cases, and USB speakers. I’ve had…

Timex iPod Alarm Clock

I’m not all that picky when it comes to alarm clocks. Essentially it passes my rigorous test if the display doesn’t light…