Quote: "I’m back with another review for you of a silicone case for your PlayStation Vita that should protect it from most minor bumps and scuffs. The case is silicone as mentioned and it covers the sides and back of the Vita while allowing full access to all of the buttons and ports. The price is about $12 so it’s not exactly expensive, but is it even worth that? Read on…"
Quote: “Today for review I’ve got a mobile accessory from Nokia that was provided by our friends at Mobile Fun. The product is the BH-111 which is a Bluetooth stereo headset, but it’s much more than that. The BH-111 itself is basically just a control panel and you can use any headphones with it, you don’t have to use the ones that were included. This is one of the best features of this device I think as you’re not stuck with the headphones that come with it and you can use your favorite set instead. The BH-111 is can be used for calls of course but it can be used to control your music on the go as well. So read on to learn more “
"Diablotek has sent us over another case for review, this one is called the Abyss and it’s mid tower case yes, but it’s also what’s considered a budget case as it’s rather inexpensive. The Abyss I got for review is all white inside and out with plenty of room for large video cards and a few hard drives. The case comes ready for USB 3.0 and even water cooling if you want to go that route. It’s not a bad case overall but it does have a few flaws… "
So here’s a new one, at least for me.. it’s an Amazon phishing email and it looks real only if you aren’t paying attention that is.. This just came in actually and it’s odd timing as I just ordered from Amazon about an hour or so ago.
First off it’s addressed to Amazon and not me as other Amazon emails are
The sender actually looks like Amazon but looking closer the email address is actually: firstname.lastname@example.org which is not Amazon
Then reading on you see a link to Amazon to fix the ‘problem’ but it looks funny especially with the whole ‘login-run’ thing at the end.
But that’s not actually the link as the real link it goes to is: http://zontic.eu/amz/update/fun/index.htm
I don’t think I have to say this but I will anyway, don’t go to the above link!!!
Which is obviously not Amazon.
Yeah, so make sure you read your emails carefully and don’t click on anything or else you could get yourself into quite a bit of trouble!!
Please be careful, I’m sure many people have fallen for this already as it does look real….
Hey I’ve got a deal for you, but it’s not starting until the 1st of August. I figured I’d post it now so you’ll be ready for it!
Between August 1st and August 26th you can get your own free Coinstar Sherpa Bag by using the promo code COINBAG when you cash in your coins at a Coinstar machine.
To get the bag you’ll need to save your receipt, on it there will be a code that you can enter at https://coinstar.com/fulfill and you’ll get a free Sherpa bag!
Detailed instructions can be found at: https://coinstar.com/coinbag
Please note neither of the links above will be live until August 1st!
Quote: “I’m back with another review for you today of an Android Tablet from Geeks.com called the Kocaso M760B which is very low priced. As of right now it’s priced at under $100, and I know most people will not expect a quality tablet for that little of a price. There was a time when inexpensive meant cheap, but cheap as in price but cheap as in junk, but that’s not so here. I was pleasantly surprised by this tablet especially the specs with a 1.2ghz CPU and even a capacitive screen. There was a time when inexpensive tablets only had resistive screens and we all know how great they are?! Anyway, read on to learn more about a decent but very inexpensive Android tablet. “