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Hitch Theater

Do you remember being able to watch a movie on a giant screen from the inside of your vehicle, the back of your truck or just by popping a couple lawn chairs down at the drive-in?  Most of the younger generations don’t remember this and even those of use heading
HTC Nexus

When a company is able to get in bed with Google, they’ve entered a semi-exclusive club that millions would love to join. It’s a way of getting into the big leagues if you’re not already there or of reaffirming relevance if you’ve become big already. Phone-maker HTC falls into the
Kids Addicted to Handhelds

I was speaking to a parent the other day and was a little surprised to hear her complain about how much time her kids were spending on their iPads and smartphones. She’s in her forties and talked about how much time she spent outside playing with friends instead of having
WalkCar

Those who walk often to get to work, class, or anywhere might be in better shape than the rest of us, but that doesn’t mean they wouldn’t like to occasionally take a break and let something else do the walking for them. If that fits you, then the WalkCar might
Apple GPS

When Apple first rolled out their own GPS system with TomTom in 2012, the results were both humorous and sad. The company wanted to get away from using Google Maps, but the first attempt was an utter failure. Since then, they have been pushing for better results and today’s acquisition
Apple Watch

The Apple Watch sold out quickly. That’s not big news. What’s interesting is that people were buying them for others. An average of 1.3 watches were purchased by the 957K people who purchased them. Don’t expect that this will turn out to be gifting and goodwill amongst people. A good
Amazon Kindle

The world is greatly divided when it comes to the e-reader vs. book debate, and it is a polarizing argument. There are people that argue passionately against the e-reader, citing all the amazing qualities of the humble book like the smell of the pages, the binding folding as the reader
Sapphire Glass vs Gorilla Glass

For a long time before the much awaited release of the IPhone 6, there was a hot debate about what kind of glass would make up the screen. Typically, Gorilla Glass is the way most cell phone manufacturers go, in terms of screens. However, as of the summer prior to
Nike+

It was an app. That wasn’t good enough. Now, Nike’s popular health and fitness monitor is partnering up with device makers to brings us more exercise joy. Their goal is to expand beyond being a plugin and actually being a destination device purchase. With Garmin, Wahoo, Tom Tom, and Netpulse
Did this risqué smartphone commercial deserve to be banned?

Kazam’s new Tornado 348 smartphone isn’t off to a very good start thanks to a recent ad that has been banned in the United Kingdom by the country’s Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) on the grounds that it was sexually suggestive and breached the Code of Broadcast Advertising. The ban came