Kinivo sent the Geeks a sample of the Kinivo M2 Bluetooth Speaker system which is a 2.1 speaker system designed for computers, smartphones and tablets for testing. I’ve tested the Kinivo speaker system using Bluetooth from a Mac, iPhone, iPad and Samsung S4 as well as NFC on the Samsung S4… yes, Bluetooth AND NFC.… Continue reading Review: Kinivo M2 Bluetooth Speaker
V-MODA sent the Geeks a sample of their Crossfade M-100 headphones with some interchangeable cables which included their SpeakEasy Mic, SharePlay Audio and BoomPro, CoilPro and 3-button cables. V-MODA crowdsourced the creative process to design the Crossfade M-100 headphones tapping into audiophiles, producers, editors and DJs to fine-tune the sound and ergonomics.
By Bruce Schneier, author of recent book, Carry On: Sound Advice from Schneier on Security I’ve been reading a lot about how passwords are no longer good security. The reality is more complicated. Passwords are still secure enough for many applications, but you have to choose a good one. And that’s hard. The best way… Continue reading Passwords Are Not Broken, but How We Choose Them Sure Is
The folks at TheSnugg.com saw our review of the My Pad iPad case and wanted some GfG love for their iPad case too. We were more than happy to oblige and covered their leather iPad case. I tested out a brown iPad 3 flip case in distressed brown, and was quite pleased with it. I… Continue reading Review: TheSnugg Leather iPad Flip Case
Despite being neck deep in the industry, it never ceases to amaze me how quickly technology progresses. Take ‘spy’ gadgets for example. Once upon a time, these were only to be seen in James Bond movies as mere fantasy. Fast-forward to today, and not only are many of those figments now real, they are extremely… Continue reading Infographic: Real Spy Gadgets you first saw in the Movies
Studio Credence sent us a sample of their take on the now very common iPad case – this one very closely resembles a classic leather-bound book that you may find on a bookshelf of an “old money” household. Named the My Pad iPad Case, the My Pad is in fact made with leather and suede,… Continue reading Review: My Pad Leather iPad Case
The garage door goes up. The garage door goes down. To the casual neighbor passing by it might not look like anything special. But it’s what’s behind that door, and maybe more importantly, the technology behind it all that is quite special. New technology centering around that sometimes forgotten “room” in your house is blowing… Continue reading Opening the Door on Some Cool Garage Apps
We’ve teamed up with the folks at Cheapdigitaldownload.com to bring you a Thanksgiving giveaway of a CD key for any PC game of your choice. Cheapdigitaldownload is one of the web’s biggest dedicated games guide and review sites. They test and anonymously check CD key vendors of games on PCs, Gamecard and Xbox. How to Enter? Simple:… Continue reading Giveaway for Geeks! Win the PC Game of your choice!
Here’s a hilarious video put together to advertise Adobe’s Marketing Cloud offering that highlights what happens to online marketers when they don’t know where their traffic is really coming from or what it’s doing. Stay tuned to the end of the video to get the whole joke! Yup, definitely one of a company’s worst nightmares… Continue reading Hilarious Adobe ad shows what happens when you don’t track your marketing!
Another portable charger you say? But wait, you’ll want to read about this one. The $129 Reservoir from Dark Energy is an 8000 mAh monster that can do double duty charging either 2 phones at once or 1 phone and 1 tablet. I love the design – the all black, rubberized look with the pattern… Continue reading Review: Dark Energy’s Reservoir – 8000 mAh Portable Charger