by Pedro Hernandez on October 14, 2011 · 1 comment

iPhone 4S Reviews

OK, so it’s a little dissapointing that there’s no slimmer, bigger-screened iPhone 5 from Apple this year. Nonetheless, the iPhone 4S still managed to break pre-order records, and judging from the first round of reviews, it was a smart move by Apple to focus its energies on the iPhone’s software and internal components. Just like […]

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by Pedro Hernandez on July 16, 2010 · 4 comments

Belkin Grip Vue iPhone 4 case yellowing picture

Remember when I awarded the Belkin’s Grip Vue case (clear) for the iPhone 4 three out of five stars? Well, I’m going to have to take one of those stars back. Over the past few days I noticed that the case was looking a little dingy. Wiping it clean didn’t help. It wasn’t until I […]

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by Rafael Hernandez on December 1, 2009 · 2 comments

Optimizing system performance used to be about defragmenting every so often and limiting the number of applications you’re running. Unfortunately, today’s modern PC needs a whole host of support applications doing their own thing in the background in order to maintain a usable system. TuneUp Utilities 2010 attempts to corral your PC and whip it […]

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by Rafael Hernandez on November 19, 2009 · 1 comment

Its been a long time coming. As of October 22nd you could pick up your very own copy of the polished good stuff. Microsoft’s Windows 7 has promised to make your computing usage a kinder, gentler experience and it has the shiny icons to prove it. But with the “dark cloud” Vista hung over the […]

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by Pedro Hernandez on November 7, 2009 · 0 comments

Poor Motorola. It’s been ages since the RAZR’s heyday. Poor Verizon. It’s got no real answer to the iPhone, though they should feel somewhat flattered that iPhone owners wish they could use their handsets on its network. Enter Motorola’s Google Android-powered Droid smartphone. It’s charming nearly everyone that spends time with it. Is it an […]

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by Rafael Hernandez on September 24, 2009 · 0 comments

Cooling off your computer’s processor provides plenty of benefits, namely extending the chip’s life and, for the enthusiast, a bit of extra headroom before a processor overheats during yet another overclocking session. Years ago, most people struggled with massive air-cooled…

Read more CoolIT Systems Domino A.L.C. (DM-1000) Water Cooling Kit Review

by Pedro Hernandez on June 4, 2009 · 0 comments

Both Palm and Sprint have a lot riding on the successful launch of the Palm Pre this Saturday. Not since the iPhone has there been this much hope and excitement riding on a little smartphone. Palm fans (maybe even Sprint…

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by Rafael Hernandez on May 19, 2009 · 0 comments

Since the advent of external USB storage devices, it’s been extremely easy to add storage to your computer without all of the popping open your case and cramming in the hard drive nonsense.Western Digital’s My Book Essential Edition 1TB USB…

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by Pedro Hernandez on April 23, 2009 · 0 comments

Hot Hardware is seeing if the linchpin of AMD’s Dragon platform can breathe fire by putting the quad-core 3.2GHz Phenom II X4 955 Black Edition through its paces. This “Hot Hardware Approved” processor may trail behind Intel’s Core i7, but…

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by Pedro Hernandez on April 20, 2009 · 0 comments

CNET has posted a review of iRiver’s slick-looking, aluminum-clad P7 personal media player (16 GB version). Its low price, expandability and competent handling of audio, video and images may make it worth a look for some, but others will find…

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by Pedro Hernandez on April 10, 2009 · 0 comments

Dell’s ultra-thin shot against the MacBook Air’s bow is indeed stylish, and somewhat 007-ish in black. But as Gizmodo finds, the pricey package is lacking in some areas. One of those areas is fit and finish in some spots,…

Read more Gizmodo Reviews Dell Adamo: Swank But…