Sunday, January 26, 2014

Amazon Order

Just ordered two more iPhone accessories from Amazon this morning; a Belkin case and some magnetic lenses, look forward to the reviews by early next week!

Saturday, January 4, 2014

First thing is first

I bought an extra lighting cable on Amazon a while ago so the phone could charge in my car or whatever, and I mutilated the box that it came in. That poor box will be in the unboxing/initial impressions video coming later today. -- Nick

Friday, January 3, 2014

Changes are afoot over on Youtube

Huge changes are coming over on so watch out for those in the coming days, and make sure that you keep a closer eye on my blog because things are about to pick up. -- Nick

Tuesday, December 3, 2013


School is slowing down, so expect the videos to come back into full swing. Sorry for the absent guys. Recording two videos last night...edited one...and am currently uploading it. Look for it! Nexus 4 Tempered Glass Screen Protector (Six Months Later)

Thursday, July 18, 2013

IFA 2013

Many are waiting for the month of September in the tech world for a couple of different reasons. While gamers ages 9-90 are awaiting the release of Rockstar's franchise series five years in the making, AKA GTA V. On the other hand mobile tech reviewers have their eyes on an event that takes place in Germany just the week prior. That event is IFA 2013 where the Samsung Galaxy Note III is said to be released. Where am I putting my chips? It is hard to say, on one hand I may just be the biggest Rockstar fanboy that you will find, but take a look at IFA where a device that I have had my eye since the release of the Note 2. When the Note 2 dropped I had just invested my money into a brand spanking new Nexus 4, at that point I was so happy with the device, and I was so broke from the purchase that the Note had no chance of becoming my daily driver. However thanks to my close friend, I was able to play with the Note 2 for a couple of hours and fell in love with how it functioned. I become eligible for an update to my contract and my device in late October, hopefully the Note will land on the shelves and slide its rumored 5.7 OR 6.3" full HD screen into my pocket. Let's jump onto the rest of this, GTA V. A map bigger than any open world game Rockstar has ever made, development five years in the making, and not to mention some of the most outlandish storylines involving THREE main characters from all different walks of life. This is not only a game that I will set up a lawn chair outside of a GameStop for, it is worthy of my 150 bones for the full-blown collector's edition. Bottom line, I better start saving my dough now. September is going to be one expensive month...

Thursday, June 27, 2013

The task at hand

The next task for my channel is not to bring a video that displays any sort of project, but to create my sort and concise channel trailer. All of the raw files are selected, now just the editing needs to be done..that should be fun. i will keep you updated.

Monday, June 10, 2013

June 10 was a wild day in the world of tech

From WWDC to E3, the day carried a hell of a lot of influence on the future of technology. Between xbox one announcements, and the next iteration of iOS, the world got its fill of information for one day. Starting with Apple, well I posted a video on my Youtube channel that gives the general run down of just how similar iOS features are to Android: Check that link out for a quick view of the issues Apple is going to run into with their next gen products. Microsoft did something that the world had been waiting on since the original announcement of the One a couple of weeks ago, and that was TALK ABOUT GAMING. From trailers to a bit of actual footage the One finally showed off that at its core it can actually do what consumers really want it to do. Titles along the lines of Nba 2k14, Forza 5, and Battlefield 4 were among the expected, but some exclusives caught the crowd off guard. Ryse and a new Halo being the main course. Sony was slotted just hours after the Microsoft portion and boy did they shine. No technical difficulties and NO RESTRICTIONS ON USED GAMES. NO CONSTANT INTERNET CONNECTION. AND NO CAMERA THAT IS ALWAYS ON AND CONNECTED TO HUNDREDS OF SERVERS. Sony took a step back and looked at what the world did not like about the One and decided to make it right. Coming from an Xbox fanboy, thank you from the bottom of my heart Sony, now maybe Microsoft will wake up and realize the crowd that they are spoonfeeding in your direction.