Author: Joshua VanDyke

Best Cheap iPhone 7 Plus Cases

Best Thin Case – Tozo Ultra Thin This case is unbelievably thin. If you’re looking for serious drop protection this is not your accessory. However, if you’re the kind of person who’s pretty careful with their phone and you just want some minimal covering to shield it from potential scratches and dings, this Tozo case will suffice nicely. It comes

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I’m Tired of my iPhone 7

I’m tired of the boring non-high def iPhone screen. Never mind articles like this, it just doesn’t look nearly as exciting and vibrant as those big Samsung amoled screens I keep ogling at Best Buy. Maybe super accurate color reproduction is over-rated. I don’t like the weird haptic home button. It’s less reliable and less satisfying

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The Story

I’m a guy who loves mobile technology. I pass time reading reviews of devices that I’ve never seen, combing through rumors of devices that don’t exist yet, and studying in detail the devices I can get my hands on. I was transitioning from high school to college when the iPhone was released and I distinctly

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Samsung Chromebook Plus, it has apps!

Chromebooks have been filling a fairly specific roll over the past few years. They’re cheap and they’re simple, both very good things, but not massively functional like a laptop, and not really tempting as a companion device like a tablet. They’re perfect for students who need a browser and a way to write papers, they’re

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New Chromebooks on Sale!

I just wrote an article last week detailing my affinity for the MacBook Pro (2016), but I’ll be straightforward with you, the new Samsung Chromebooks look super exciting, even a little tempting. I don’t think they’ll have quite the functionality that I need, the MacBook is still safe, but they’re definitely worth checking out. I’ll

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MacBook Pro (2016) from a Windows Perspective

Let me start by saying this, I really love my MacBook Pro (2016). The vibe I get from the reading I’ve done and even from people I’ve talked to makes me think I’m in the minority. It seems a defense is in order. Before we dive in, I have a confession to make. Contrary to

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What’s with the name?

I don’t have a belt fetish, it has nothing to do with geography (as in rust belt or Bible belt), and I don’t have a grand vision for a literal technological belt, but there is a little back story. Aaron Rodgers (quarterback for Green Bay) made popular the World Championship belt move as a touchdown

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