HP comes out swinging with the Chromebook X2

There’s no other way to say it, Chromebooks have come a long way. The HP Chromebook X2 is a well-built premium detachable running Chrome OS, which is both the biggest strength and greatest limitation of the device. I say this because Google’s ChromeOS has a reputation for not being good for much more than Web browsing and […]

Make Cinematic Masterpieces with PowerDirector Mobile (App Review)

Cyberlink PowerDirector Mobile: True Video Editing for Mobile hasarrived PowerDirector Mobile, for Android islinear video-editing app that makes it easyto direct your cinematic blockbuster. The app allows you to combine multiplevideo and audio layers (up to 3 video andaudio tracks) to edit angles and takes downto the frame. There a of video/photo filtersand FX included,broken […]

Caustic 3 Review – (Android/OS)

It’s not everyday that a mobile app comes along and matches it’s desktop rivals pound for pound,so when it does happen producers and fledgling beat-makers better sit up and take notice. Caustic 3 is one of those programs. Created by Single Cell software,which is a ‘sole-proprietorship’ company led by lone Developer Rejean Poirier. Caustic has […]

Magix Samplitude X3 Review

Can Magix bring more than a one-trick pony to the show with Samplitude Pro X3? Dear Samplitude, You and your big sister Sequoia have been around before the word DAW was mainstream. The only other programs that can claim the seniority in this market that you can are Cubase, Logic , and Sonar. Not even […]

LG V30+ ThinQ Review

LG V30+ released in October of last year (2017) isn’t exactly a brand new phone, hitting right at seven months since it’s release but that’s not at all old either by smartphone cycle standards. The February to mid-April update to Android Oreo has brought it (almost) up-to-standard in the latest Google-ly features, but LG has […]

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