Facebook Home was released this weekend for a select few Android devices, and reviews have been decidedly negative. The app is designed to replace the default home screen on Android devices with a Facebook home screen. This is meant to make using Facebook not only easier, but smoother and more immersive. Cover Feed turns the… Continue reading Facebook Home disappoints
Football, if not the most, is one of the most followed sports in the world. The playing clubs and countries have fan-followings around the world. These fans can be seasonal, casual, hardcore or competition- specific. The video gaming football community is ruled by two names, FIFA and Pro Evolution Soccer (PES). The PES series was… Continue reading War for virtual football supremacy – FIFA 13 vs. PES 13
Eveloper High Moon Studios returns to helm its second game in the Transformers series with lots of explosive action, exciting gameplay, and plenty of transforming. Carrying a strong sense of passion for its source material, Transformers: Fall of Cybertron stands out as a powerful title that carries on the story of everyone’s favorite robots-in-disguise. Even… Continue reading Transformers: Fall of Cybertron game review
The Web browser has been a standard feature included with operating systems for years. Most of them look and act in a similar fashion, with the core behaviors being relatively similar. But the devices have changed, and now the browser is changing along with it. The 360 Web Browser is leading that change. Digital Poke’s… Continue reading 360 Web Browser Review
As the rush to get hands on the iPad 2 starts, there are still some who want to make a decision based upon reviews and opinions before jumping for another Apple product. While their track record has been exceptional, it hasn’t been perfect and there are definitely competitors who may or may not be better… Continue reading Consolidated Review: iPad 2 vs Motorola Xoom
The Sonos Multi-Room Music System allows you to extend your music’s reach to several rooms in a snap. The Sonos S5, ZoneBridge, and Controller 200 all make up an elaborate system that can take your home audio to the next level. It not only gives you the power to extend your musical collection to several… Continue reading Review: All-in-One Music System from Sonos
Why bring a pistol to a gun battle when you could bring a rocket launcher instead? That was the question on my mind before this year’s release of some impressively sized Android phones. It’s clear now that consumers desire just a little more ass kickage in the palm of their hands; the Motorola Droid X… Continue reading The Droid X Review: Does It Kick Ass or Get Its Ass Kicked?