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Category Archives: Gadget Guru

All things product review.

Samsung Galaxy S9+: The Review

Thanks to my friends over at Verizon, I had the opportunity to get my hands on the Samsung Galaxy S9+ (The Camera. Reimagined.) back on March 6th and got to use it for a month. Now keep in mind, I have been using my iPhone 7 as my primary phone throughout this time and will be upgrading in September to either the iPhone 8 Plus or the iPhone XI Plus (or what ever they decide to call it.) Though there are some features I like on the Samsung it is not enough to sway me over to Samsung and run out and get me one just yet. I have never owned an android phone as I went straight from my Blackberry to the iPhone 4 back in late 2010 and don’t plan on switching now. Keep in mind this doesn’t mean that it not a very good phone.

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Got A Gadget Geek In Your Life? Here’s The Greatest Gifts To Get Him

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Getting gifts for a guy in your life can be tough. Maybe you’ve bought him everything he wants, or you just never seem to get it right? Well, then you’re in need of a little inspiration. And to do that, you’re going to want to find the right resource – so you’ve come to the perfect place. Because when it comes to gadgets, we’ve got them covered. If your partner, dad, brother, friend, or colleague loves gadgets and they have an occasion coming up, then you’re going to want to get them something that will wow them (and hopefully that they haven’t already got). So let’s take a look at five different areas of gadget coolness with gifts that you could consider getting as a gift.

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Ring Pro Doorbell: The Review

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Home security is and should be a key component for anyone who owns a home and wants to keep their family safe. Ring is a company that has taken home security to the next level with its line of doorbells and flood light cameras. I first was introduced to Ring back in 2013 on Shark Tank when it was named Doorbot. Doorbot was crowdfunded via Christie Street, and raised US$364k, more than the $250k requested. In 2015, DoorBot rebranded under the new name Ring. Ring released their stick up camera which incorporated the same features as the doorbell but without the actual doorbell button.

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TripIt Introduces Real-Time Security Wait Times

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TripIt® from Concur®, the world’s highest-rated travel-organizing app, today released a new feature that tells TripIt Pro users how long it will take to get through airport security.

TripIt Pro Now Helps Travelers Get to, and Through, the Airport as Quickly as Possible

TripIt® from Concur®, the world’s highest-rated travel-organizing app, today released a new feature that tells TripIt Pro users how long it will take to get through airport security.

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Modular Introduces Their Flagship Product, MOD-1 Headphones

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American audio technology innovation company, Modular, is introducing their flagship product, Mod-1 Digital, Analog, and Wireless Headphones, debuting on Indiegogo.

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