More than a year after Apple released the iPad, the search for a credible challenger to the market-changing tablet computer is still on.
Taking a look at three new 4G smartphones.
I recently put the Palm Pre Plus from Verizon through its paces, and, despite a beautiful form factor and impressive technology, found it to be a pretty mixed experience.
Staying healthy and fit is part and parcel of an energetic performance in the workplace. But when you're working 40, 50, 60+ hours a week in pursuit of a business goal, it's all too easy to neglect your exercise goals. Here's where the real genius of Nintendo's Wii Fit Plus bundle shines.
About a month of testing has made me, unabashedly, a big fan of the Motorola Droid smartphone from Verizon. In fact, the thought of going back to another phone is almost inconceivable after spending a month putting the Droid through its paces. It's proven to be a smartphone with a keen interface and high-level of usability that's loaded with cool features that can help your business performance and keep you entertained and informed.
From the traditional to the luxurious, these gift ideas can spread Holiday cheer as they enrich the business experience. ere are HispanicBusiness Magazine's choices for noteworthy gifts that we hope our readership will consider this holiday season, ranging from a couple bucks to truly ... aspirational.
Printers. Everyone loves them when they work and curses them when they fail. Here at Tech Vault, we recently tested out the Interpret (S405) model. While we doubt this would be a boon for larger offices with intense and voluminous printing needs, for us — and indeed, for most small business and any home-based entrepreneur — this could be the Holy Grail.
To complement our pending gift guide in the November/December issue of HispanicBusiness Magazine, we'll also be running online reviews of gifts we couldn't fit into the issue. We had a chance to test Band Hero, a game for XBox, Playstation, and Wii; here's our review.
To complement our pending gift guide in the November/December issue of HispanicBusiness Magazine, we'll also be running online reviews of gifts we couldn't fit into the issue. Today, we turn our attention to a the Ninja Master Prep, a blender and food prep device.
DJ Hero, recently released by Activision, is a musically charged game, similar to Guitar Hero, where a player must keep things moving via pressing the right combination buttons. Unlike Guitar Hero, where the weapon of choice is naturally a faux guitar, DJ Hero comes with a special controller shaped as a close-to-life-size turntable.
Let's be clear -- your teenager wants an Xbox 360. This video game console, made by Microsoft, is the hottest thing around, offering fantastic games, amazing graphics, and state-of-the-art accessories. But even if you don't have any minors in the house, or you aren't a current or former video game junkie, you might still want to check out an Xbox. While Xbox 360 remains the cream of the crop in terms of gaming, its uses go beyond anything involving button mashing.
The Casio Exilim EX-FC100 has everything you need in a camera, and then some. It's light enough that you might forget about it until it is time to leap into action. And, oh, what nice results.
Violight Razor Sanitizer is a carrying case for your razor with a little something extra. A little ultraviolet light that aims to demolish bacteria and germs away from your clean, close shave.
Online bargain house Woot! is offering the 4GB, refurbished version of SanDisk's Sansa Fuze for a mere $32.99 today. As we reviewed back in 2008, the Fuze was one of our favorite media players, and remains so today. If you're thinking that sounds like a sweet deal, check out our review for more details.
Ultra-portability just got a little more ultra-portable with the Hewlett-Packard Mini 1151 NR. Verizon is the first major carrier in the U.S. to embed an EV-DO chip directly into a computer. In other words, the 1151 NR works a lot like your smartphone when it comes to the Web. It can dial up blazing speeds on Verizon's 3G network just about anywhere. And like a smartphone, Verizon is subsidizing the cost of the machine when you sign up for a one- or two-year commitment.