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Written By: James Rintamaki on July 6, 2012 No Comment
Samsung TecTiles NFC tags – Review

NFC (near field communication) has been around for a while but this is one of the first, cheap accessories that I have seen that utilizes NFC.  Samsung TecTiles are passive NFC stickers (“tags”) which are able to be programmed to perform various actions.  Almost as thin as a piece of paper (perhaps business card stock) […]

Written By: James Rintamaki on September 3, 2011 15 Comments
Obihai OBi110/OBi100 review (a perfect Google Voice companion)

The OBi110/OBi100 is a very small and low power ATA device that allows you to use your land line phone to make and receive free calls through Google Voice without a separate computer or device to be running.

Written By: James Rintamaki on June 8, 2010 2 Comments
SoundGate M2 Mobile Mount Review

The SoundGate M2 Mobile Mount is a perfect solution for mounting your mobile device in your car on the cheap while maintaining good aesthetics and utility.

Written By: James Rintamaki on April 29, 2009 3 Comments
Redfly C8 Mobile Companion Review

With all the netbook hype these days, and the fact that I’ve always wanted to try one, I decided to check out the Redfly C8 “mobile companion”.  The Redfly C8 is a niche product designed primarily for the business traveler looking for crazy battery life and basic word processing, email, and web access to compliment […]

Written By: James Rintamaki on January 6, 2008 8 Comments
Review: HDHomeRun, a networked (QAM and OTA) dual HD tuner

I just got an HDHomeRun (product home page) for Christmas and this is one of the greatest things since the internet! — now if only there were more HD (high definition) channels broadcast in clear QAM (cable) or OTA (over the air / antenna)!  I’ve been using it for about a week now, and love […]

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