The only different phone right now IMO is the Blackberry Passport because of the screen resolution and the amazing keyboard. I'm just waiting for Xmas time to maybe get a deal on it. I've had a few blackberry's and only one android smartphone and I can't wait to go back. What really sold me was when I saw a guy with the phone and he just flicked the phone up and dropped it onto the VCT tile floor from about 5 feet high and picked it up, just to prove to me that it was definitely a Blackberry.
I got a pebble for half that price and I love it so far. Got all my email accounts synced up so I don't take out my phone unless its something with a lot of pictures that I need to see or respond to. I can control my music on the phone by switching between apps if i want or just going to the next/previous song. I can reply with preset text messages while i'm driving. Weather information, calendar information and Tasker (an app that I didn't know about but want to learn about because it sounds very interesting. Oh and the battery life is much better than the Samsung gear.
This little box sounds amazing, found an i3 barebones version for $330 on newegg.ca. Personally I would go with that one for an HTPC, it still has Intel Hd 4000 graphics and after cramming some fast ram and a decent HDD in there it would be perfect.
I ordered the Pebble but now I might just wait for the Samsung smartwatch.
Cannot wait to get this!!
That is a sexy case and a nice little pc as well.
These articles have been great so far, very informative.
I honestly don't remember how far I got the first time I played SMB but I do remember me and my buddy were trying to see how fast we could beat the game after a couple of months. Battletoads and Contra were tougher games and in both cases there were guns. SMB was different because of that but after you got used to it the game was easy.
This is must have!!
Finally something interesting with Google Glass that I could actually use. This thing could be a dream if you could play your music via bluetooth in the car. Locking and unlocking your car also sounds amazing but maybe dangerous.