App of the day: Tiny Tower

After hearing good things about Tiny Tower and seeing developer NimbleBit's response to Zynga ripping them off, I decided to see what all the hype was about. I had no idea what type of game Tiny Tower was but after a few minutes, I was reminded of games like We Rule and Farmville. The premise… Continue reading App of the day: Tiny Tower

App of the day: Puzzlejuice

I came across this app while watching one of my favorite podcasts, The Totally Rad Show. Jeff was showing off a new game he found on iOS called Puzzlejuice. When I listened to Jeff's description of this game, my mind was immediately blown. Puzzlejuice combines Tetris, Bejeweled, and Scrabble into one game. It was on… Continue reading App of the day: Puzzlejuice

Review: iBasso D-Zero portable DAC and amp

Based in Shenzhen, China, iBasso has quickly become an audio company to watch out for.  Their fast iteration of products has shown that iBasso has the engineering talent to pump out new products every few months while keeping their prices insanely low. While the original iBasso products were nothing to write home about, they were loved… Continue reading Review: iBasso D-Zero portable DAC and amp

Review: Null Audio Studio Lune Cable

Buying Experience: After perusing Head-fi for months, I finally decided to order from Null Audio Studios even though there wasn't too many reviews on the cable, the feedback that I gathered is that the cable is definitely worth the upgrade. I browsed the website for a couple of days before deciding to pull the trigger… Continue reading Review: Null Audio Studio Lune Cable

Sony MDR-NC6 Noise Canceling Headphones ReviewBy Lewis LeongWritten in memory of James KimIntroduction In the continuing quest for a world without external aural distractions, I picked up the Sony MDR-NC6 noise canceling headphones to experiment how well noise cancellation technology actually works. I already have a pair of Sennheiser CX300 noise canceling ear buds which… Continue reading

iRiver Clix with Cradle Dock Review Written by Lewis Leong  Packaging iRiver does a good job with their packaging by making it simple and clean, probably taking note of Apple’s packaging strategy, though not as refined.  All the included accessories are placed in clearly labeled paper boxes making it simple and easy to find what… Continue reading