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Just Mobile’s AluCable, the stylish, versatile and solid alternative to Apple’s Lightning cables [Review]

When it comes to charging my iPhones and iPads, until recently, it’s always been a choice between using Apple’s official Lightning cables or using a third party dock. But if I’m honest, the former has always been something of a “make do” situation. I use the cables because they’re provided with the device and they’re free. They’re not particularly…

Speck CandyShell AMPED for iPhone 5/5s [Review]

Speck, one of the leading case makers for mobile phones, recently released their newest case, the CandyShell AMPED case.  It’s supposed to double the volume of your iPhone 5/5s speakers while giving your phone added protection against drops and falls with its two protective layers. The AMPED case doesn’t require any extra battery power; it instead…

Waterfield Designs’ Rough Rider messenger bag – The ultimate in luxury, authentic leather bags [Review]

When it comes to quality bags and wallets, it’s hard to think of many brands that hit the spot – for me – like Waterfield Designs. Over at its store, SFBags.com, all offerings are quality, well-made and authentic. None more so than the Rough Rider messenger bag I’ve been rocking for the past month or so. You only have to look at the bag to see that…

Review: be.ez LE Littoral Folio for iPad

If you venture out of the house with your iPad, you’re probably very aware of the need to protect your tablet with some kind of case in order to ensure your device’s safety when out and about. There is an abundance of bags, cases, covers and shells to choose from and, for accessory makers and iPad owners alike, standing out from everyone else can be…

Stay connected better while driving with Mobile Home [Review]

If you drive a lot, such as myself, something you may do is use your phone while driving. We all tend to admit that it isn’t the safest thing to do, however we all (or at least, most of us) seem to do it anyway. With this, however, I found that I was keeping my eyes on the road more than before because I was using Siri instead of holding my phone in my…