MachMachines Reviews: Photos for OSX

Photos is the bomb. No, we’re not referring to the old days when a Mac would crash and throw up a bomb icon on the screen. Photos is the name of the new OS X program that is replacing iPhoto, and to a lesser extent Aperture. It has a reasonably familiar interface because it...

MachMachines reviews: Patchworks Impossible Tempered Glass

Provided by RedOrbit.com Now as you may know, there’s an entire industry devoted to accessories for your smart phones and tablets. And Korean-based Patchworks Inc.’s has a whole host of items, one of which is their ITG – “Impossible Tempered Glass”...

MachMachines reviews: Nova Off-Camera Wireless Flash

Mark Lee Rollins for MachMachines.com Modern smart phone cameras have come a long way. Back in 2000, Sharp was the OEM for a camera phone with the then-impressive resolution of 0.11 megapixels. Compare this to current phones’ camera resolution of 8 megapixels or more, with...

MachMachine reviews: The LoveHandle

Provided by redOrbit. Back in the day, you didn’t worry as much about your mobile phone breaking for two reasons. First was the phone itself – the classic flip-phone – was built like a tank. Very thick plastic, no glass screen; you could drop in on concrete,...

MachMachine reviews: Whoosh! screen cleaning spray

Brought to you by redOrbit This is another product received at CES. And as you can read in the updates from that particular day, as we went by the booth, the Whoosh! attendees would ask “Have you wiped today?” I kindly filled them in on the matter. Anyways, Whoosh!...

MachMachines reviews: Leeo Smart Alert Nightlight

Provided by redOrbit. It’s not often one thanks the manufacturer of a reviewed product, and we will get that later in more detail. Leeo is a startup company that has, as their first product, an intriguing solution to a potential problem. As we read in redOrbit’s...