Got Power Problems? PowerQube to the Rescue!

by PocketGoddess on July 12, 2013

I don’t typically post Kickstarter projects here, because you never know which projects will succeed, and sometimes they just aren’t unique or different enough to warrant a mention. I ran across one a few days ago though that has the potential to completely change my mobile lifestyle, and that’s definitely worth a mention. The PowerQube […]

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I have long been a fan of Baen’s rather enlightened ebook policies–reasonable cost, money-saving monthly bundles, DRM free, and formatting options to work with every ereader platform. So I was saddened yesterday to learn that change is in the air. The company has recently signed a major distribution deal with (and is presumably working on […]

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Four Case Options for the Nintendo Wii U GamePad

November 28, 2012

While Nintendo is known for making hardware that is quite literally bombproof, that doesn’t mean that it doesn’t need any extra protection from the wear and tear of daily life. That’s especially true for the GamePad, which is designed to be both a game controller and a pretty nifty universal TV remote, so it’s likely […]

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Introducing the Humble eBook Bundle!

October 9, 2012

If you haven’t been living under a rock for the last couple of years, you should already know about the fantastic HumbleBundle offerings for indie games and music–pay what you want, support charity or indie developers, or both, and get some great stuff. This time around the HumbleBundle is all about the ebooks, and there […]

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Sony PlayStation Vita vs. Nintendo 3DS: Join the Discussion

April 26, 2012

Which handheld is better for your portable gaming needs? I wrote a lengthy comparison article on the Sony PlayStation Vita and the Nintendo 3DS for Brighthand, which was published yesterday. (You can read the article here.) It covers everything from hardware and design to basic capabilities, communication and productivity options, and of course the games. […]

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Barnes & Noble Announces NOOK Simple Touch with GlowLight

April 12, 2012

I’ve been hearing rumors for a while that Amazon has been working on an e-ink device with a lighted screen, to solve the reading in bed problem, but Barnes & Noble has beaten Amazon to the punch, again. Today the company announced the NOOK Simple Touch™ with GlowLight™. The ereader device is very similar to the […]

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Pottermore Launch Window Announced; Harry Potter Ebooks Available to Libraries Next Month

March 9, 2012

It looks like the wait for official Harry Potter ebooks will soon come to an end. I somehow missed this news when it first came out a couple of weeks ago, but I stumbled across the ebook listings for the series while I was looking for something new to check out from my local public […]

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Google Says It’s Time to “Play”

March 6, 2012

The Android Market is no more–Google says it’s time to Play. While I’m not so sure that’s the best name for Google’s new media store–the term makes me think “gaming” rather than music, books, and movies–there’s no arguing with the great deals they’re offering this week. There will be several new 25 cent specials each […]

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I’m Back, Part Two

February 28, 2012

Things have been very quiet here at for the last few months, but that’s about to change. I’ve been super busy starting a new site and writing for both Brighthand and TabletPCReview, but I also have plans for this site too–after more than ten years covering mobile technology, the PocketGoddess isn’t going anywhere. So […]

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Google+ is Worth Exploring

June 30, 2011

I just started using Google+ last night, and though I’m still exploring the service I already like it very much. In a nutshell, the service has three parts: Circles–customized groups for your friends, family, coworkers, and other categories of people that you know Hangouts–group video chat (if you’re using Google+ on a mobile device, this […]

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