Reviews

Can You Get Good Earbuds for Under Five Dollars?

Me and my good friend, danrulz98 on YouTube, wanted to find out if any of the sub-$5 in-ear headphones (earbuds) sold on Deal Extreme were actually usable. Think no set of earbuds selling for such low prices are any good?  You might be surprised by our results! We’re also willing to review other gadgets (doing this review video was incredibly fun). Feel free to send more suggestions…

Details of republic wireless’ $19/mth “Unlimited Everything” Service (with short Q&A)

I love disruptive companies that spring up in markets that are traditionally dominated by powerful corporations and monopolies and force everyone to reconsider the product or business model involved. In Canada and US, one such dominated market is cellular service. Everyone knows they’re being ripped off, but no one really has any choice or say in the matter so they keep paying, and the incumbent companies keep squeezing…

HAMSTER Burns and Copies CD/DVDs for Free

In a recent want to find better general CD/DVD burning software than ImgBurn (which, I still absolutely love — it’s also free) for day-to-day data burning I began searching over the various free CD/DVD burners for Windows, but had serious issues finding anything that could compare to the usable user interface of products like Nero Essentials (a copy of which seems to…

Experience with 2 Sauder 5-Shelf Bookcases

[box type=”note” style=”rounded” border=”full”]Why are you reviewing furniture? Actually, this is more than reviewing furniture, this is a test of hReview on my blog. Go on, check out the source code of this post to see the additional markup. I’m planning an additional post on using this markup for cool stuff later on this month.[/box] [quote]Cheap and easy to assemble, although overall…

Turn the New Grooveshark Into Grooveshark Desktop for Free

Grooveshark is an amazing online media player with a vast library that contains music from practically any artist imaginable. Grooveshark works with most any modern browser and seems to be embracing the new HTML5 standard, having been slowly ditching Flash for some time. They’re new interface is an absolute pleasure to work with, and has actually surpassed the Adobe Flex/Air Desktop application…