• An Early Holiday Gift for Last Minute Shoppers: Our Favorite Things of 2013

    An Early Holiday Gift for Last Minute Shoppers: Our Favorite Things of 2013

    We received such a great response to this when we posted it last week, we decided to post it again as we head to the final stretch of holiday shopping. Need some last minute gift ideas? Take a listen to YourTechReport Radio’s Favorite Things episode–and hopefully find that special gift for that special someone before all of the stores close. …and Happy Holidays! The first category is Toys, Games and Computers–and in this category we talk all about the XBOX One, NVIDIA Shield, Swann Bubblebomber, the Wii U and Traxxas QR-1. On the computer side of things we touch upon the Alienware x51, MacBook Pro lineup and Mac Mini to name a few. Take a listen. Of course we can’t omit Tablets and Mobile Phones–and we have plenty to share, including the Lenovo Yoga tablet, iPad Mini with Retina Display, iPad Air, Samsung Galaxy Note, HTC One and One Mini, […]

     
  • Video 1st Impressions – The Waterproof Galaxy S4 Active on AT&T!

    Video 1st Impressions – The Waterproof Galaxy S4 Active on AT&T!

    Maybe the most remarkable thing about the Galaxy S4 Active is how “normal” it is. There’s very little here to distract from the fact that it’s a premier smartphone. After using it for a couple days, one has to wonder why more phones aren’t built this way…

     
  • Review: BeyondCell Tri-Shield Case for the HTC One

    Review: BeyondCell Tri-Shield Case for the HTC One

    The HTC One is a premium device, and the metal uni-body construction feels really good in the hand. Unfortunately, aluminum can be dinged and scratched–so if you use your phone in rough conditions, you really want to throw a case on it. On the CTIA show floor, BeyondCell hooked my HTC One up with a little more protection, and the case sells for a VERY nice price…

     
  • Smartphone Camera Showdown: HTC One vs Samsung Galaxy S 4!

    Smartphone Camera Showdown: HTC One vs Samsung Galaxy S 4!

    Ready? FIGHT! These two companies have managed to produce phones, which as premier Android devices, couldn’t be more different from each other. Nowhere is this more clearly illustrated than in their radically different approaches to the camera tech. Now while there are still raging debates as to which camera produces better still photos, we can at least compare the video from these two directly! So let’s get cracking and see how the Galaxy S 4 compares to the HTC One in low light, night photography, and with movement.

     
  • Ultimate Smartphone Video Showdown! HTC One UltraPixel vs Nokia Lumia 920 PureView

    Ultimate Smartphone Video Showdown! HTC One UltraPixel vs Nokia Lumia 920 PureView

    Ready? FIGHT! These two phones offer the most premier video recording experience on the market today. The Lumia 920 has been out for a little while. The HTC One is the new kid on the block, but both feature an array of bleeding-edge optics. Can HTC’s UltraPixels unseat Nokia’s PureView technology to crown the One as the smartphone video champion? Watch on, my friends. Watch on.

     
  • Video Review: Juan Takes the iStabilizer Dolly Out For a Spin

    Video Review: Juan Takes the iStabilizer Dolly Out For a Spin

    Let’s face it: Your smartphone videos probably suck. If only there was some kind of device which could help improve the stability and movement of your videos. You know, so that people watching them wouldn’t get seasick… Here’s my review of JUST such a product.

     
  • Android App of The Week – Flixster

    Android App of The Week – Flixster

    This app has been around for a little while, but recent refreshes and support for new services prompted me to give it a second look. I’ve been using Flixster since it first started on Facebook as a way to rate movies you liked. As a social plugin to a social network, I didn’t think it was particularly useful. At its core, one might say that the exact same functionality could be found in services like Netflix or Amazon, and without the benefit of actually being able to rent or buy films. So why revisit it now?

     
 

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