Tag Archive: Pocket


Minecraft: Pocket Edition is going to hell

Although it was a little bit of a let-down when it was first launched on the iPhone and iPad, Mojang’s Minecraft: Pocket Edition has come a long way in the last four years. As iOS devices have become more and… Read more ›

There are self-help books and expensive seminars that can give powerful inspiration to raise your career profile, be a better leader or grow your business. Then there’s the free app that could potentially be a game-changer in less than three… Read more ›

Key Smart brings Swiss Army order to keys in pocket

At our current place on the evolutionary chart, we are a species that carries more things in the pockets of tighter pants. Michael Tunney understood this every time he went to a bar and saw patrons pull out their cell… Read more ›

Samsung’s three-sided display may make the Galaxy S6 Edge a little different, but it won’t be the most unique smartphone at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week. Monohm, a company based in Berkeley, California, that makes “heirloom electronics,” will… Read more ›

Need bags of speedy storage you can take with you anywhere you go? With VisionTek’s USB Pocket SSD, you get a bus-powered solid-state drive that’s small enough to fit in your palm, and fast enough for almost anything. I’ve been… Read more ›

Like most things that come in small sizes, pico projectors have always been a big disappointment. Called “pico” because of their portability and battery power, the diminutive projectors in this class have typically been underpowered and underwhelming. Almost by definition,… Read more ›

LAS VEGAS — Your iPhone is really great at finding places to eat, recipes to cook and stores to buy food at, but when it comes to actually analyzing the things that go in your mouth, it’s not very futuristic.… Read more ›

When people opened up their brand new iPhones and iPads for Christmas, what was the first app they were most likely to download? Well, the data’s in, and it looks like Minecraft: Pocket Edition had a pretty great Christmas, raking… Read more ›

If you’ve ever gone to plug in your iPhone or iPad and noticed that it’s not charging as it’s supposed to be, you might want to check the devices Lightning port. That’s because the little charger port on the bottom can be a trap for pocket gunk, and even fairly small pieces of lint or … Read More

I’m really picky when it comes to buying new wallets. I don’t carry many cards and, much like the Queen of England, I rarely carry cash, so I hate anything that unnecessarily puts a big bulge in my back pocket.… Read more ›