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About Daryl

Daryl Deino has been a technology enthusiast since 1995 and has written for several newspapers and technology sites. Please reach him at [email protected]

Samsung Galaxy S8: It’s Make-It-Or-Break-It Time For Samsung

On Wednesday, March 29, Samsung will announce the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ smartphones. The Galaxy S8 will be a 5.9-inch phone, while the Galaxy S8 Plus will be a 6.2-inch device. Both screens will have a 2960 x 1440 … Continue reading

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Apple PowerBeats3: Initial Thoughts

I’ve had hands ears-on experience with the Apple’s PowerBeats3 headphones, which were actually released a few months back. The PowerBeats3 was the first headphone set to be compatible with Apple’s new W1 chip. As soon as you turn the PowerBeats3 … Continue reading

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Klipsch Reference X12i Wireless Headphones: Look And Sound Is Pure Class

Klipsch is a lesser-known brand name than Bose, Beats, or Sennheiser, but they make products with comparable sound quality. The case in point is the Reference X12i Bluetooth headphones, which are actually two earbuds that dangle from a neckband made … Continue reading

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AirPods: Thoughts On Apple’s Wireless Buds Three Months Later

The AirPods are a hot device. I had mixed feelings when an Apple Store salesman let me try them in December, which I wrote about on Iretron. I mainly had a problem with the lack of bass. However, when I … Continue reading

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Nintendo Switch: Unboxing And Hands On

I have a Nintendo Switch in my hands and even though I’m not a gamer, I feel proud. The Switch is very hard to come by. My first thought is that it is not as exquisite like other handheld electronics … Continue reading

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F.lux Is The App Every MacBook Owner Needs To Download — Now!

One of the best features of the new iPhone and iPad Pro is the “Night Shift” mode, which turns the screen to a yellowish tint and helps you avoid blue light exposure — the type that keeps you awake. Of … Continue reading

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4K TVs Are Cheaper Than Ever, But Where’s The Content?

If you have been holding off on buying a 4K television set, now may be the time to finally take the plunge. My personal recommendation would be a Samsung 4K set since Samsung’s sets offer the most vibrant colors and … Continue reading

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5G Is About To Become A Reality

4G LTE has been mainstream for about five or six years now. It was going very strong on Verizon in 2011. Then, by the summer of 2012, Sprint’s 4G LTE network started showing up — at least in Los Angeles. … Continue reading

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Using Final Cut Pro On 2017 13-Inch MacBook Pro With Touchbar

I think the 13-inch MacBook Pro with the Touch Bar doesn’t deserve to be as controversial as it is; it combines portability, (some) power, and is just an overall beautiful machine. I wish Apple could have upped the 2560 x … Continue reading

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What’s So Exciting About The Nintendo Switch?

The title of this article is written, of course, as a hypothetical question. It’s something that someone who isn’t into video games (yours truly) would ask. So, let’s take a look at Nintendo’s upcoming gaming device, which is set to … Continue reading

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