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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 […]

Game On: The week that was…August 12, 2013

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Game On: The week that was…August 12, 2013

By Sean Molloy Xbox One News Another news filled week for Microsoft’s new baby. Here is the latest surrounding the console. -The Xbox One will not require the Kinect camera to be on or even hooked up to operate as previously thought. However, each console will still come packaged with the peripheral as the company […]

To Boldly Go Where No DNA Has Gone Before

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To Boldly Go Where No DNA Has Gone Before

What is only ten feet above ground and already traveling upward at a speed of two miles per second as it accelerates to more than seven miles per second on its way into deep space?  Not many things can do that – but it could be your own DNA. On August 8, 2013, Las Vegas was […]

Game On: The week that was…August 5, 2013

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Game On: The week that was…August 5, 2013

By Sean Molloy Leaked Next Gen Release Dates….in the UK Toys ‘R’Us seems to have shown their cards early and leaked their release dates for the Playstation 4 and Xbox One. Xbox One will be available in the UK on November 29; the Playstation 4 seems to arrive 2 weeks later on December 13. Now […]

Game On

Game On

The week that was…July 29, 2013. By Sean Molloy New Video Details Playstation 4 Online Services In a new Q&A video from Sony, it was revealed that everyone can utilize a new party chat feature, not just members who purchase the Playstation Plus premium subscription. As of now, if you want to play games online […]

Games: The week that was … July 22, 2013

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Games: The week that was … July 22, 2013

By Sean Molloy Insomniac’s prized writer leaves In an odd way to start off the week, TJ Fixman has officially left Insomniac Games. Fixman co-wrote many of the Playstation 3’s Ratchet & Clank including the upcoming Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus. Speculation is that Fixman has just been pulled in too many directions having […]

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