Ecco Soft 7 Sneaker

ECCO Soft 7 Sneaker review | CES2017

What does an ECCO Soft 7 Sneaker have to do with CES? Think about the technology to make them and then a pair being sending it over to wear during CES to More »

PhoneSuit Journey Ultra 5000mAh charger

PhoneSuit Journey Ultra 5000mAh charger review | CES2017

PhoneSuit was present at CES2017 with a new line of products including the Journey Travel Charger Ultra 5000mAh . With built in micro-USB and lightning cables, plus an additional USB port for More »

wistiki voila

Wistiki Bluetooth tracker review | CES2017

To stand out in this heavy Bluetooth tracker market, Wistiki went for design, look and style. Wistiki tasked designer Philippe Starck to make that tracker.  He succeeded with three designs for Wistiki under the More »

AcousticSheep SleepPhones Classic

AcousticSheep SleepPhones Classic headphones review – CES 2014

From AcousticSheep comes SleepPhones, the “pajamas for your ears”. These are headphones designed as a sleek and soft headband to be worn at night and while you fall sleep. I review the More »

Pioneer WeGo2 DJ Controller

Pioneer WeGo2 portable DJ Controller review – CES 2014

I was able to review with the Pioneer WeGo2 DJ Controller while at CES 2014. This compact four pound device contains all the controls you need to make that party portable. I More »

BlackBerry Z10 iz ok | BlackBerry Today Episode 23

After two months with the BlackBerry Z10 on Verizon it seems that Chris is finally ready to give his impression of performance, apps, usability, keyboard and anything that comes to mind.

The BlackBerry Z10 and OS 10 is a powerful device. We dig into the pros and cons of using it for two months. We discuss the apps found in Blackberry World and also lack of some we expected. Kathy shares the awesome soccer apps Goal and the Chelsea official club team application.

Sponsor for this episode is Seidio phone cases, including the Active case with holster for the BlackBerry Z10. Grab one for yourself at http://idonot.es/seidioz10

We look at side loading Android applications, like Instagram, on to the Z10 and finish with tips.

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BlackBerry 10 app discussion | BlackBerry Today Episode 22 (SD)

In this special edition about BlackBerry 10 applications we are joined by Paul Steel of LifeOnMobile. We dig into Android porting versus native BlackBerry 10 OS applications.  Why developers should develop for BlackBerry World (formerly AppWorld) and does porting an Android app make it better or worse than native.

Towards the end we look at the Waze navigation app beta for BlackBerry and BlackBerry Travel.

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BlackBerry 10 app discussion | BlackBerry Today Episode 22

In this special edition about BlackBerry 10 applications we are joined by Paul Steel of LifeOnMobile. We dig into Android porting versus native BlackBerry 10 OS applications.  Why developers should develop for BlackBerry World (formerly AppWorld) and does porting an Android app make it better or worse than native.

Towards the end we look at the Waze navigation app beta for BlackBerry and BlackBerry Travel.

We want to hear from you as well. Please reach out across any of the ways to get in touch:

BlackBerry 10 Hands-on | BlackBerry Today Episode 21

Hands-on with BlackBerry 10 live from IBM Connect and Lotusphere 2013. The team was given dedicated hands-on time with the BlackBerry 10 device without the keyboard.  We ran it through it’s paces and give you live hands-on and opinions.

We cover:

  • The look and feel
  • BlackBerry Hub
  • BlackBerry Peek
  • BlackBerry Balance – Work and Personal mode
  • Rememeber
  • Flow
  • Storymaker
  • Native apps
  • BBM video and screensharing
  • Predictive text and throwing words on the screen
  • Multi tasking
  • RIM changing it’s name to BlackBerry officially
  • and more..

We want to hear from you as well. Please reach out across any of the ways to get in touch:

BlackBerry 10 Hands-on | BlackBerry Today Episode 21 (SD)

Hands-on with BlackBerry 10 live from IBM Connect and Lotusphere 2013. The team was given dedicated hands-on time with the BlackBerry 10 device without the keyboard.  We ran it through it’s paces and give you live hands-on and opinions.

We cover:

  • The look and feel
  • BlackBerry Hub
  • BlackBerry Peek
  • BlackBerry Balance – Work and Personal mode
  • Rememeber
  • Flow
  • Storymaker
  • Native apps
  • BBM video and screensharing
  • Predictive text and throwing words on the screen
  • Multi tasking
  • RIM changing it’s name to BlackBerry officially
  • and more..

We want to hear from you as well. Please reach out across any of the ways to get in touch:

TheSocialNetworker Episode 37 – Little Bird with Marshall Kirkpatrick

Watch the interview with Marshall Kirkpatrick for background and a walk through on Little Bird that launched in 2011.  This Twitter tool helps you quickly find and analyze who the top experts are, including their social graph and interaction with each other, based on keywords you select.

Watch the video and see the original post on TheSocialNetworker for more information.

What I found, as shown in the video, was an interesting filtered approach to looking at what you would once consider Twitter searches. You would then manually sort through the results looking for interesting people to follow or hope to gain their attention.  Little Bird does all of this for you and then correlates the experts (or insiders as they are called in the application) to show newest, oldest, most followed and most active experts on Twitter in a tabbed report format.  You are able to reply, retweet and favorite results as you would expect.

We reviews hundreds of tools on EverythingTwitter, each with their own unique target.  Little Bird aims to be a solution for companies (individuals are welcome to use the service) to find experts they can interact with across Twitter and strengthen relationships and even leverage their social graph. Knowing and graphing what experts follow each other is something I have not seen in other tools.

The site itself is currently in beta and you can easily get a free 14 day trial to see how it works and begin building reports. Head over to Little Bird to get your account and tell Marshall I sent you