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Playstation 4 in 2014

Playstation 4 in 2014

By Sean Molloy There is not doubt that the release of the Playstation 4 a few months back has been a massive success for Sony. In just 24 hours, the PS4 sold through 1 million units in North America alone. Within a month a half, that sales number ballooned to over 4 million systems worldwide, […]

REVIEW: LG BH9431PW 1460W 3D Blu-Ray Theater System

REVIEW: LG BH9431PW 1460W 3D Blu-Ray Theater System

By Jeff Jorge Contributing Writer  LG’s BH9430PW 3D Blu-Ray theater system is great for people who want to have a great entertainment system.  LG’s BH9430PW adds Smart TV apps, games, movies and the power of the Internet entertainment to your home.  Wireless features include Internet access over Wi-Fi, and the rear speakers wireless connection into […]

REVIEW: SnapStream Version 6.1

REVIEW: SnapStream Version 6.1

By Andre’ Haynes and Jeff Jorge SnapStream specializes in digitally recording, storing and searching content broadcasted on television networks including cable, satellite and the direct feed that a typical broadcast station uses. You can search recorded shows via keywords and do just about anything with the results you find.  SnapStream is an integrated highly flexible […]

2014 International CES to Showcase Global Startup Community

2014 International CES to Showcase Global Startup Community

New areas and events dedicated to startups and entrepreneurs The 2014 International CES will run Jan. 7-10 in Las Vegas spotlighting the power and future of technology through innovative startups and entrepreneurs. The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) announced new areas and events at CES dedicated to the startup community, including the Indiegogo Zone and UP Global LIVE Stage. […]

The Online Tools That Help You Get Home by 5 p.m.

The Online Tools That Help You Get Home by 5 p.m.

Oh, the irony. All the whizz bang technology that is intended to make our lives easier has actually turned us into slaves of technology. Every keyboard click, email, and phone call can and often is monitored (if not by your employer than by Big Brother). Notwithstanding that we are probably working more efficiently and productively […]

REVIEW: Collins Tote

REVIEW: Collins Tote

By Andre’ Haynes Las Vegas Informer The Collins Tote is a shoulder case alternative with a full zip top closure, although it does feature a comfortable shoulder strap.  The bag features padded tablet and laptop pockets that can easily fit MacBooks and iPads including the MacBook Air 13.3″, MacBook Pro 13.3″ and 14″, MacBook Pro […]

REVIEW: Collins iPad Folio

REVIEW: Collins iPad Folio

By Andre’ Haynes Las Vegas Informer Recently I purchased an iPad 3.  According to About.com Apple has sold approximately 83,950,000 iPads.  If you have ever purchased something valuable than you know that protecting it is very important. I have been testing the Collins iPad Folio by Brenthaven, an accessory manufacturer that produces cases for cameras, […]

REVIEW: Exo iPhone 5/5S Case

REVIEW: Exo iPhone 5/5S Case

By Andre’ Haynes Las Vegas Informer Apple’s iPhone has revolutionized the cellular phone age several times over.  While major companies like Apple, Blackberry and Samsung compete to build the latest and most technologically advanced phones and control global market-share, consumers compete to buy the latest and most user-friendly accessories.  Throughout the years consumers have been […]

CenturyLink brings 1 gigabit fiber service to Las Vegas

CenturyLink brings 1 gigabit fiber service to Las Vegas

New broadband technology will deliver some of the fastest Internet speeds in the U.S.  CenturyLink, Inc. (NYSE: CTL) will expand its fiber network pilot to Las Vegas, enabling Internet speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second (Gbps). CenturyLink’s enhanced fiber network will deliver this ultra-fast broadband technology to residential and small business customers in select […]

Game on … The Week That Was August 26, 2013

Game on … The Week That Was August 26, 2013

By Sean Molloy Sony Playstation 4 Release Date During their Gamescom 2013 Press Conference Sony touted such things as their love for indie developers, progress reports on upcoming titles and revealing a total of 15 new games for Playstation 4. There were price cuts announced for the Playstation Vita handheld (Now $199) and the Playstation […]

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