Sunday Editorial: Google’s failure at Android Wear proves it needs Samsung, and why Samsung might not need Google anymore

Sunday Editorial: Google’s failure at Android Wear proves it needs Samsung, and why Samsung might not need Google anymore

Google made a huge splash last week with a wide range of new releases. With the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, Google Home Mini, Google Home Max, Pixelbook and Clips camera, Google left almost no stone unturned, save for one, Android Wear. Google didn’t make any announcements about it at last week’s Pixel 2 event and even went one step further. It completely … Continue Reading >

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 vs. Goole Pixel 2XL: Battle of the Titans

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 vs. Goole Pixel 2XL: Battle of the Titans

2017 has turned out to be one of the best years in recent memory for smartphones. Last year we thought smartphones had been rather stagnant on the hardware front, with exception to a couple of manufacturers dabbling with modularity, but this year has seen the bezel all but disappear. OLED displays are king of the hill with all manufacturers now with Google and Apple … Continue Reading >

Samsung Mobile Chat Support might be the worst ever

Samsung Mobile Chat Support might be the worst ever

I’ve been highly impressed with Samsung this year. It recovered mightily well from the Note 7 debacle and released my favorite phones of the year so far. The Galaxy S8/S8+ combo is easily my favorite devices of 2017, with the Note 8 making a great impression on me in just over a week of usage. There’s very little to complain about with the devices, … Continue Reading >

5 Resources to Win Your Fantasy Football League

5 Resources to Win Your Fantasy Football League

FOOTBALL SEASON IS HERE! My excitement for my Buccaneers is through the roof. I really believe this is the year we go to the playoffs. If you love football like I do, chances are you’re in a fantasy football league. There is nothing greater than beating your boss and laying down the trash talk to exert dominance over him or her. I’m surprised I … Continue Reading >

Kickstarter of the week: FlexSafe, the Navy SEAL of portable protection

Kickstarter of the week: FlexSafe, the Navy SEAL of portable protection

It’s a scenario that happens all the time. You go to the beach and one person is always designated to watch everyone’s stuff. It’s like getting stuck opening the door for a huge group of people. No one wants to do it, but somebody has to do it. Luckily, there is now a solution. Meet the FlexSafe. What is FlexSafe? The FlexSafe is the … Continue Reading >

Sunday Op-Ed: Amazon needs to do more to curb its cardboard use

Sunday Op-Ed: Amazon needs to do more to curb its cardboard use

Just about everyone loves Amazon, including me. It’s quickly becoming the world’s largest retailer as consumers have turned to it for its low prices, incredibly fast shipping and diverse offerings. Electronics, groceries, books, clothing, cleaning supplies and services are offered through Amazon. Recently Amazon even put in a bid for the premium grocery store chain Whole Foods for a whopping $13B. People love Amazon … Continue Reading >

Why you should enable Stream Saver to save data on your AT&T Wireless plan

Why you should enable Stream Saver to save data on your AT&T Wireless plan

A few months ago AT&T Wireless notified me that it had automatically enrolled me into its latest program called Stream Saver. I didn’t ask for it, nor did I want to be automatically enrolled. Quite frankly, I was miffed that AT&T enrolled me into this new plan because I pay for 30GB of monthly data and want to use it however I see fit. … Continue Reading >

What I love and hate about the Surface Book

What I love and hate about the Surface Book

The introduction of the Surface Book back in late 2015 was Microsoft’s first attempt into the laptop scene. The expectations were extremely high due to the overwhelming popularity of its counterpart, Surface Pro. The success of the Surface Book has led to the recent addition of the Surface Laptop, which does not support the dual functionality of a tablet and laptop. The Surface Book … Continue Reading >

Sunday Tech Editorial: Stop texting, emailing and using social media and use the phone instead

Sunday Tech Editorial: Stop texting, emailing and using social media and use the phone instead

We live in an amazing era of technology. Never has our world been so connected where we can instantly communicate with friends and family with simple clicks on our smartphones, tablets and computers. iMessage, Facebook, Gmail, Snapchat, Instagram and SMS are some of the most popular ways to communicate. You post updates at any time in the day or night to let others know … Continue Reading >