Product Review

Review: Otterbox Defender Series Case for the New iPad

Most people want to preserve the natural elegance of the new iPad while also admiring the thin aspect that the tablet boasts over others in its respective market. Often many don't want a bulky case for their iPads, but some want rugged protection - with smartphones, the range of available accessories that can do just that is diverse, though with the iPad the selection is quite limited leaving the Otterbox Defender ($89.95), the most heavy-duty of their line of cases, a top contender for those seeking quality protection for their new iPads.

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Spigen’s Neo Hybrid Vivid Series Review for iPhone 4/4S

Jony Ive and his talented team of designers over at Apple have evidently spent a countless amount of time perfecting the signature beauty that every Apple device possesses. While you want to protect your iOS device from any potential harm-causing culprits, you probably simultaneously want to admire your device's svelte qualities in its natural form, which is what bumpers aim to do. Available online via the Spigen store is their Neo Hybrid Vivid Series ($31.99) line of quality bumpers seeking attention and promising a minimal, though attractive nonetheless, amount of protection for your iPhone 4 and 4S.

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Retina Display Review: The New Third-Generation iPad

Even though Apple didn't step up to give its newest creation a name that it could officially boast over that of its predecessor, they did announce a whole number of improvements, both minuscule and prominent, that left some in awe and others in a state of unfathomable disappointment. Announced last Wednesday was the newest expansion to the California-based company's lineup of unprecedented tablets; iPhone Alley has a review of this year's iteration of the fantastic tablet that revolutionized its market and to this day maintains a monopoly in comparison to other, inferior devices of the same breed.

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Easy-Macro Lens Band Review – Spruce Up Your Smartphone Pictures

With the increase in potential that was invested into the newest iteration of Apple’s expanding lineup of iPhone devices, it’s expected to see a market monopolize for smartphone accessories that will enhance picture taking from such devices. We highlighted an accessory a few months back, which we thought was really

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TwinGo! App Review – A puzzling concept evolved to captivate and challenge

Challenging the most intelligent of gamers while also appealing to those who prefer cutesy, highly likable artwork TwinGo! ($0.99) was released from Chillingo last Thursday, which takes a past gameplay premise and adds to it. Posed with controlling two characters simultaneously, you’ll be astounded by the difficulty of later levels

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appleJuce Product Review – A Green Scented, Green Colored, Environmentally-Green Cleaner

They may not look like it, but your hands are a pair of evil twins out to spread and infect with their grime and germs that simply infest their every folds and nooks. This nastiness from your grubby hands spreads to your iOS device and eventually inflicts damage on the

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Tweet Speaker App Review – Audible Twitter Timeline

Save for a few tweaks available by means of jailbreaking your device and downloading via Cydia, Siri doesn't yet have the capability, or permission as she states, to read your Twitter timeline out to you. As a worthy alternative, Tweet Speaker ($0.99) has been on the App Store for some time now, and it does just that - it reads your tweets our one by one; quite a tedious job without the help of App Cubby's useful utility.

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Sliding Bluetooth Keyboard Case and Stand Review for iPhone 4/4S

One of Apple's best aspects that they've poured their full love into is the signature iOS device screen. Other than the svelte qualities of the iPhone, with its sleek aesthetic, the capacitive touchscreen is one major forte that iOS can boast over many other competitive phones. Regardless, some people just miss external, physical buttons, and they love Apple at the same time - so for those unique people, clever designers have manufactured the Sliding Bluetooth Keyboard and Stand Case for the iPhone 4 and 4S.

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Otterbox Defender Series Case Review for iPhone 4S

The elegance of the iPhone 4S and its predecessor is, undeniably, irresistible. Jony Ive and his team have done an incredible job in keeping the handset looking slender and unique among others. The svelte qualities of the device are incomparable to others smartphones of the same breed, so you surely

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Review: BookBook Case for iPhone 4/4S

Over the next few days, I will be taking a closer look at multiple cases available for the iPhone 4 and 4S alike. As the second case review in our numerous amounts that are still to come, we'll be reviewing Twelve South's BookBook case - a high quality reproduction of a worn book that serves as an alternative to your wallet as well as protects your iPhone reliably.

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