Tech Reviews

New Razer Forge TV packs the power5m33s

New Razer Forge TV packs the power

Powered by a quad-core processor and gaming-grade graphics, the Razer Forge TV has the performance to tear through Full HD games and media. Get access to blazing fast connectivity and media streaming with Wireless AC and Gigabit Ethernet. All this power and performance has been engineered into a sleek and compact design featuring a silent thermal solution. Credit to 'booredatwork'.

Multi-functional gaming controller Mad Catz L.Y.N.X.9 review7m20s

Multi-functional gaming controller Mad Catz L.Y.N.X.9 review

The Mad Catz L.Y.N.X.9 is the first of its kind portable multi-functional gaming controller that works with all your gaming devices, ranging from smartphones to consoles, PC, tablets and more. What really makes it different is its transforming capabilities. Check out the video to learn more. Credit to 'booredatwork'.

PlayStation Now Smart TV app3m26s

PlayStation Now Smart TV app

PlayStation Now Smart TV app is coming soon and will be available on both Sony and Samsung HDTV, allowing you to play games without even a counsel! Check out the video for more info. Credit to 'booredatwork'.

Life-saving app detects car accidents2m06s

Life-saving app detects car accidents

A smartphone app developed by a Chilean student could save lives by detecting potentially fatal car accidents and instantly notifying friends, family and even emergency services. Credit to Reuters.

Reuters
Published: January 21, 20152,162 views
Xbox One: A year in review6m08s

Xbox One: A year in review

Xbox One has now been on the market for over a year! In this review we take a look at how Microsoft's leading console has modeled into one of the most popular video game systems on the market.

PS4: One year review6m09s

PS4: One year review

The PS4 has now been on the market for over a year in the US and worldwide. Sony came out roaring with big unit sales and a plethora of indie titles. We take a look at how the PS4 has modeled into the leading video game console in this past year.

Google Nexus 6 smartphone review4m46s

Google Nexus 6 smartphone review

An in-depth review featuring the Google Nexus 6, designed by Motorola and powered by the latest Android 5.0 operating system. Beautifully showcasing a new Material Design aesthetic, the Nexus 6 delivers a 6-inch Quad High Definition display, which is great for viewing movies, playing games, reading e-books or surfing the internet. Equipped with a 13MP rear-facing camera with Optical Image Stabilization, an LED ring flash and a 2MP front-facing camera, the Nexus 6 enables you to capture and curate almost any moment. The smartphone comes with a 3220mAh battery and a Motorola Turbo Charger, allowing you to quickly boost your battery life by 6 hours with only 15 minutes of charge.

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge review4m45s

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge review

The Galaxy Note Edge is the first Quad High Definition Super AMOLED display that wraps to create a functional, curved display. The customizable Edge display allows you to access your favorite apps and receive real-time notifications without interrupting what you're doing on your main screen.

Amazon Fire TV Stick setup and review4m36s

Amazon Fire TV Stick setup and review

The Amazon Fire TV Stick is the low-cost "smaller" version of the Amazon Fire TV; the Fire TV Stick connects your HDTV to a world of online entertainment. With a huge selection of movies and TV episodes, voice search that actually works, and exclusive features like ASAP and Prime Music, Fire TV Stick is an easy way to enjoy Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, Hulu Plus, low-cost movie rentals, live and on-demand sports, music, photos, games, and more. The Fire TV Stick is surprisingly versatile in nature, the dual-core processor makes it snappy and a solid experience when gaming. Jumping in to video content is fast and seamless and you can game using the controller that comes with the Amazon FireTV Stick. Credit to 'booredatwork'.

Smartphone comparison: Xiaomi MI4 vs Meizu MX46m35s

Smartphone comparison: Xiaomi MI4 vs Meizu MX4

The Xiaomi MI4 and the Meizu MX4 are both highly regarded smartphones from two of China's top device manufacturers, and so it can be hard to pick between them. So let's take a look and see how they stack up to each other! Credit to 'Jared Busch'.

JaredBusch
Published: November 28, 201422,117 views
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - Best Samsung ever?11m05s

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - Best Samsung ever?

Jared Busch shares his thoughts on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, and argues that although the size may not be for everyone, it should still be worth consideration due to everything else it offers. What are your thoughts on the device?

JaredBusch
Published: November 14, 2014518,683 views
Samsung Galaxy Alpha review5m31s

Samsung Galaxy Alpha review

Jared Busch shares his thoughts on the Samsung Galaxy Alpha, Samsung's first smartphone with metal wrapping around the entire device. According to Jared, although Samsung has tacked on the same price for the Galaxy Alpha as they have for the Galaxy S5, the Galaxy Alpha is only half the device the Galaxy S5 is.

Xiaomi MI4 smartphone review - Featuring MIUI V67m59s

Xiaomi MI4 smartphone review - Featuring MIUI V6

Jared Busch provides us with a full review of the Xiaomi MI4 smartphone running MIUI V6 Android 4.4.4 KitKat. It features a solid build, 5 inch 1080p LCD display, new software features, Sony cameras on the front and rear and a solid 3080mAh battery. But can it compete for your dollar against the other giants like Samsung, LG and HTC?

JaredBusch
Published: September 22, 201428,668 views
LG G3 review - Does LG have a winner?11m25s

LG G3 review - Does LG have a winner?

The LG G3 is LG's latest flagship device. Sporting a 5.5 inch QHD display, 3GB's of RAM, a Snapdragon 801 CPU, a 13mp rear facing camera with a mobile phone first, laser auto focus.

Introducing the iPhone 6?3m02s

Introducing the iPhone 6?

Meet the new iPhone 6 by Apple? 'Matthias' decided to take a stab what the iPhone 6 should or could look like. The official launch date is on September 9th, 2014, hope you enjoy his take.

Matthias
Published: September 6, 20141,518,504 views
Mad Catz C.T.R.L.R wireless gamepad review4m57s

Mad Catz C.T.R.L.R wireless gamepad review

The Mad Catz C.T.R.L.R Wireless gamepad is a Bluetooth 4.0 controller that works with your Android devices, Mac, PC, Amazon Fire TV and Mad Catz Mojo. This Versatile gamepad works excellent to meet your gaming needs on any device. Credit to 'booredatwork'.

LG G watch review - Is it worth it yet?9m06s

LG G watch review - Is it worth it yet?

The LG G Watch is one of the first Android Wear devices to be released. So with the first version of Android Wear and the first generation of the LG G Watch, is it worth your money yet? Check out this review from Jared Busch and let us know what you think! Credit to Jared Busch.

Bye Bye Glasses! Displays that 1m53s

Bye Bye Glasses! Displays that "correct" your vision

Researchers in the United States are developing technology that will enable screens to adjust to a users vision. By combining algorithms that finely tune light with a pinhole film that bends it, the scientists hope the screens could make eye glasses and contact lenses unnecessary for viewing a display. Ben Gruber has more. Credit to Reuters.

Reuters
Published: August 26, 2014833 views
Oppo Find 7 QHD/2K Variant review15m35s

Oppo Find 7 QHD/2K Variant review

The Oppo Find 7 QHD/2K variant is one of the world's first smartphones with a QHD/2K display and it packs the latest in hardware specs, but is it worth your money? Check out this review from 'JaredBusch'.