5 Best Truly Wireless Earbuds In 2019

Let’s face it: cords are annoying, especially when it comes to headphones. They get in the way when you’re trying to casually listen to music or a podcast, and they especially get in the way when you’re out on a run or jog — sometimes you might even rip them off your ears! That’s why


[Deal] SanDisk’s 200GB Connect Wireless Stick for $99.95

Customers interested in getting themselves a wireless storage device can now look towards Amazon, where the #SanDisk 200GB Wireless Stick is selling for just $99.95. This is a discount of $20.04 on its regular asking price, which is quite big considering the actual cost of this particular accessory. It seems like this is a temporary

Wireless Charging Orb for the Nexus 4

Most of the Android enthusiasts have been anticipating the launch of three new nexus devices today – Nexus 4 smartphone, Nexus 10 tablet and 32 gig version of Nexus 7 – however, the event which was supposed to take place today was canceled due to hurricane Sandy. Google sure did cancel the event, but they

Google Sim Cards Show Up In Spain? Are they Entering The Carrier Space?

Since Google’s inception in 1996 they’ve proved they can do a lot more than just search.  Google has Google Search, Google Maps, Android, Youtube, Google Health (closing soon), Google Books, Google Webmaster Services, Google Thinktanks and much much more.  It also seems that everytime a carrier sale rumor starts up, the wheels go in motion

T-Mobile Revamps Business Plans

As the AT&T/T-Mobile merger inches closer and closer it seems that T-Mobile is taking a minute to revamp their business vertical. As we already know T-Mobile has some of the strongest hardware in wireless today. To get businesses interested in T-Mobile service they’ve revamped their plans and options for business with 1-99 lines. T-Mobile introduced

AT&T Admits To Network Overload

Ask anyone that’s spent any good amount of time in San Francisco or New York about AT&T’s service in those areas and they’ll say the same thing, it’s very slow and overloaded. As a mobile tech journalist in both areas at least a couple times a month I can attest to the same thing. Although

zBoost now available at Best Buy

zBoost, maker of cell phone signal boosters, today announced retail availability of their zBoost-SOHO and zBoost-METRO in Best Buy locations across the country.  Quoting the press release, “As seen by the Google Nexus phone, most consumers aren’t ready to buy electronics sight unseen. They still want to be able to touch and feel the products. In fact,