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Friday, June 19, 2015

Love photography? So you must get this for your iPhone.

The DxO ONE Is A Plug-In iPhone Camera With A 1-Inch Sensor

Your iPhone camera is already one of the better mobile cameras available, but a new accessory from imaging technology leader DxO could up the iPhone’s game considerably. The Lightning-enabled DxO ONE has a super bright f1.8 aperture lens, and a 20.2 megapixel, 1-inch sensor. That sensor size is on par with the Sony RX100 series of compact camera, which produces amazing pictures in terms of image quality and noise in a small-body device, and should enable great effects like truly dramatic background blur.
The DxO ONE is even smaller than the RX100, however – it’s roughly as tall as your iPhone 6 is wide, and only about an inch thick. The camera can swivel around the Lightning port, turning your iPhone into basically a swivel LCD display, and it can capture RAW files, meaning you’ll have lots more flexibility with the finished product in terms of editing with programs like Adobe Lightroom.


The DxO ONE has manually adjustable aperture, shutter speed and ISO settings, complete with the kinds of picture modes you’d see on a DSLR or micro four-thirds camera, and it can also capture video at 1080p/30fps, or at 720p/120fps for slow-motion effects. There’s a microSD card built-in for storage, and you can directly capture to your iPhone’s Camera Roll, too.
Here are some sample shots provided by DxO:

Daniel Kaufman, Pres. & CEO, Reagan Wireless 

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Still thinking what to get for Father's Day? Here we have some affordable ideas. ‪

What dad doesn't like a good piece of tech? Find out what the gadget guys with kids are happy to have in their toolbox.

1. Fitbit Flex $79.95

I rarely leave home without my Fitbit; it's become a part of my everyday the way shoes are. It's brought my activity level into my awareness, and keeps me motivated and moving. And there just isn't anything quite like that buzz you get when you've hit your daily goal.

2. Sony PlayStation Vita $297.95

Somewhere along the line I got tired of playing smartphone games and now opt for a more console-like mobile gaming experience with the PS Vita. But more importantly, I use it to pacify the kids on trips. It turns them into zombies and takes the sting out of long plane rides.

Daniel Kaufman, Pres. & CEO, Reagan Wireless 

Apple Watch 2 details leaked.

A bunch of details about the Apple Watch 2 have already leaked:

Apple just launched the Apple Watch in April, but the company is already reportedly planning some new features for the watch's successor.
The next version of the Apple Watch will come with a camera for video chatting, among other additions, according to 9to5Mac's Mark Gurman, who says he has spoken with sources familiar with Apple's plans for the next watch.
The watch will most likely launch in 2016, though Gurman's source warns that the model referred to in this post could simply be a prototype. This means some of the features may not actually make it into the second-generation watch, though Apple is probably testing them.
Here's a breakdown of what to expect from the next Apple Watch, according to Gurman:
  • The next watch will have a FaceTime camera. It will be embedded in the top bezel of the watch so you can make and receive video calls from your wrist. The current Apple Watch mirrors the camera on your phone and acts as a remote control for your iPhone's camera shutter.
  • Apple wants you to be able to use the next Apple Watch without being near your iPhone. The Apple Watch 2 will come with a different chipset that makes it easier to perform tasks on the watch, such as text messaging and emailing, without being tethered to your iPhone. Apple is calling this initiative "tether-less," according to Gurman. You can already use some of the functionality in the Apple Watch without being tied to your iPhone via Bluetooth, such as music playback and activity tracking. But it sounds as if Apple wants to make it even easier to use the watch without your phone by adding a Wi-Fi chip to it. This isn't too surprising — in April, Google announced that Android Wear would support the ability to connect to Wi-Fi.
  • New Watch models are coming. Apple is considering adding new Apple Watch tiers that fall between the regular Watch and the $10,000 Edition. It's unclear exactly how Apple plans to do this, though, but Gurman speculates that we could see Watch models made of different materials, such as platinum or titanium.
  • It doesn't sound as if Apple will make any battery-life improvements. Apple has done some research that indicates its customers are satisfied with the watch's battery life. Most watch owners still have between 30% and 40% of battery left at the end of the day and don't mind charging it nightly, Gurman says.

Pepper the humanoid goes on sale in Japan this weekend for $1600.

Pepper, the humanoid robot that its makers say can recognise and respond to human emotions, goes on sale in Japan this weekend.
SoftBank, the company behind the robot, is planning to release 1,000 robots every month.
Pepper will sell for 198,000 yen (£1,000), and businesses will be able to rent it for 1,500 yen an hour.
Robotic expert Prof Noel Sharkey said SoftBank's business strategy was "risky".
Although the upfront price is relatively cheap for a sophisticated robot - SoftBank is actually selling it at below manufacturing costs - customers will also have to pay monthly service fees of up to 24,000 yen and sign up to a three-year contract.
"SoftBank is hoping to make money from apps, but it is risky as it is not clear whether anyone will develop any for it," said Prof Sharkey, from the University of Sheffield.
There will be 100 apps available for download at launch.
The robots will be manufactured by FoxConn. Chinese online retailer Alibaba is also partnering. Both are investing $118m in SoftBank's robotic division and will take 20% shares in the company.
No date has yet been set for when Pepper will go on sale outside of Japan, but Softbank chief executive Masayoshi Son said it would probably happen next year.
Pepper can remember faces and is programmed to recognise human emotions.
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Daniel Kaufman, Pres. & CEO, Reagan Wireless

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Watch out Apple Music, here comes a streaming service for electronic music fans

After spinning electronic music on its online radio stations endlessly since 1999, Digitally Imported is launching its own streaming service to cash in on the burgeoning on-demand entertainment business.

Available as part of the company’s premium subscription ($7 per month or $70 a year), the service will feature the company’s full catalog of mixed shows from its archives, as well as 400,000 tracks across its 80 channels. Users will be able to search for content by track, show, artist or channel.

Premium subscribers will also be able to purchase their favorite tracks (later this year), create customized shareable playlists and unlock exclusive content.

While the company is right to hop on the streaming bandwagon while the on-demand trend is on the up-and-up, Digitally Imported certainly has its work cut out for it. Apple Music is set to launch internationally soon in an already crowded space. Is there really room for a niche competitor?
Digitally Imported’s on-demand service is launching first in the US and will expand worldwide as the company finalizes agreements for other regions.

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Daniel Kaufman, Pres. & CEO, Reagan Wireless Corp. 

Friday, June 5, 2015

Don't forget to get your free donut!!

How to get Donut Day freebies

One of the most legit food holidays of the year, National Doughnut Day, is first Friday in June-- aka today, June 5th.

The tradition dates back to 1938, when the Chicago Salvation Army decided to honor women who had served doughnuts, as well as supplies for letters like stamps and pens, and home-cooked meals, to soldiers during World War I. The food holiday now serves as a way raise awareness for the Salvation Army's social services programs.

To celebrate bakeries across the countries are rolling out some specials to celebrate the deliciously sweet and perfectly fried morsels Homer Simpson just can't say no to. If you want to load up on a dozen or more, you may have to shell out some dough-- get it-- but plenty of places are offering donuts absolutely free.

Check out our list for top spots for free doughtnuts this Friday.

Dunkin' Donuts

All day, every day. At participating stores nationwide, customers can get a free donut of their choice-- even the fancy kind with sprinkles-- with the purchase of a drink. 

Krispy Kreme

This beloved donut spot is offering a free donut of your choice with no string attached. Available at U.S. and Canada, with the exception of Connecticut and Puerto Rico.

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Daniel Kaufman, Pres. & CEO, Reagan Wireless

Read the 2015 15-Inch MacBook Pro With Retina Display Review.

15-Inch MacBook Pro Review:

Apple released a brand new version of the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display just a few weeks prior to its big annual Worldwide Developers Conference, and we took it for a spin.
 The updated machine gets super fast flash storage, as well as the new Force Touch trackpad, an improved dedicated GPU and an extra hour of battery life. It didn’t get new processors, but in practice, it’s still a worthwhile upgrade for those who need the might and screen real estate of a larger laptop.


  • 2.5GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 processor
  • 16GB of 1600MHz DDR3L RAM
  • 512GB of PCIe-based flash storage
  • Intel Iris Pro and AMD Radeon R9M370X w/ 2GB of RAM graphics cards
  • 15.4-inch 2880 x 1800 Retina display
  • MSRP: $2,499 as tested
  • New flash storage speeds things up considerably
  • Force Touch trackpad is especially useful for pro creative tasks
  • Same processor as last year’s model
The Retina MacBook Pro is, at this stage, a true design classic. When it first debuted, it was a marvel of engineering in terms of Apple’s ability to fit a machine with professional caliber specs into a package that is remarkably portable; three years later, the industrial design of the product is emblematic of craft, if somewhat easier to take for granted since it’s been around for some time.
As Apple’s largest current laptop, the 15-inch Retina MBP isn’t going to work for everyone – it’s also the heaviest at just under four and a half pounds. The trade-offs of size and weight for exceptional display quality, plus ample screen real estate, as well as long-lasting battery life and improved graphical power vs. other models are easy pills to swallow for people who need those features, however.
This computer remains my favorite road warrior in terms of actually getting stuff done; the larger footprint isn’t optimal for things like working on an airplane, where larger passengers like me, combined with people who recline their seats (ban reclining seats by the way) can equal preciously little room for opening the lid of a larger laptop. But when you install yourself at a desk wherever you happen to land, you’ll value the extra screen space, especially if you work in a creative field or coding capacity.

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Thursday, June 4, 2015

Apple Watch Arriving in Stores This Month

Apple's smartwatch will finally be available for purchase in U.S. retail stores later this month.
Starting in two weeks, the company will begin selling some models in its brick-and-mortar locations. Just which models remains unclear. But the news comes two months after Apple confirmed there would be no walk-in purchasing of its new smartwatch.
Consumers are still encouraged to shop all options via the online store. And now that Cupertino is making "great progress" with its backlog of Apple Watch orders, all purchases placed through May will ship within two weeks. The only, very specific exception, according to senior vice president of operations Jeff Williams, is the Apple Watch 42mm Space Black Stainless Steel with Space Black Link Bracelet.

Already on sale in Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, the U.K., and the U.S., Cupertino's first wearable will be available in seven more countries later this month. Shoppers in Italy, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, and Taiwan can pick up their Apple Watch on June 26 from the online store, retail shops, and select authorized resellers.
"The response to Apple Watch has surpassed our expectations in every way, and we are thrilled to bring it to more customers around the world," Williams said in a statement.
Last month, Cupertino released the first update for its wearable—Apple Watch 1.0.1 includes performance improvements and bug fixes, as well as additional language support.

Read more:,2817,2485336,00.asp

Daniel Kaufman, Pres. & CEO, Reagan Wireless Corp.

Best tech deals for less than $100 Perfect gift for Dad

 Perfect gift for Dad

So you don't have a ton to spend on a Father's Day gift. Well, don't worry. For around $100 -- or less -- you can pick up lots of high quality and useful tech gear he'll appreciate. Read on to see our sub-$100 favorites, as well as a few bonus picks at the end that are just over $100.

Daniel Kaufman, Pres. & CEO, Reagan Wireless Corp.

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

This month's best seller LG 730 Venice

This month's best seller LG 730 Venice

Daniel Kaufman, Pres. & CEO, Reagan Wireless Corp.
For those who can’t afford a premium new Galaxy S6 
read our list of the Best cheap Android smartphones of 

With the first half of 2015 over and summer finally here, those shopping for a smartphone have a lot of options. Many of which are cheap and affordable Android smartphones. Those who can’t afford a premium new Galaxy S6, devices like the Moto G, LG Escape 2 or ASUS ZenPhone 2 are worth considering. Read more:

Daniel Kaufman, Pres. & CEO, Reagan Wireless Corp.

GoPro unveils virtual reality camera

The company unveiled a ball-shaped mount that can hold six of its cameras. Those images can then be integrated to appear on virtual reality displays using software from Kolor, a virtual reality company that GoPro acquired in April. 

Daniel Kaufman, Pres. & CEO, Reagan Wireless Corp.

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

The 10 Best Tablets of 2015

If you're unsure which tablet to get, we present this list of the 10 best tablets we've tested as a good place to start your search. The list comprises Android, Apple, and Microsoft models at various price points ranging from $299 to $599. And since we're reviewing new tablets all the time, we'll update this list periodically.

Read more:,2817,2413145,00.asp

Daniel Kaufman, Pres. & CEO, Reagan Wireless Corp.

Samsung's 5.5-inch Galaxy S6 Plus rumored to be coming soon

Samsung Galaxy S6 phone buyers waiting for a version with a 5.5-inch screen might get their wish fairly soon.

The Korean mobile phone maker is reportedly planning to unveil the Galaxy S6 Plus, a variant of the Galaxy S6 with a bigger screen and other enhancements, according to Italian blog site Known internally at Samsung as Project Zero 2, formerly Project Zen, the new phone would make its debut in the coming weeks rather than at the Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin (IFA) 2015 conference in September, as was previously rumored.
In April 2014, Samsung released the Galaxy S5, then followed it up later that year in October with the Galaxy S5 Plus, which featured a more potent processor. Rumors have suggested that Samsung would adopt a similar strategy this year in an effort to capitalize on the success of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. But the new phone would be bigger than its siblings in an attempt to lure in users looking for a larger-screened device. The S6 Plus would also serve as an early alternative to the Galaxy Note 5 phablet, which is still expected to be unveiled at the IFA conference in September.  Read more

Daniel Kaufman, Pres. & CEO, Reagan Wireless Corp.

Windows 10 will be available July 29, Microsoft confirms

Windows 10 finally has an official release date — July 29, 2015 — and development is nearing its end, although the latest Insider Preview Build 10122 clearly still needs some work. Let’s take a step back for a moment and address one of the most confusing things about the next version of Windows. When Microsoft announced its newest operating system last year, the surprise was not that it was coming, but that Windows would be skipping 9 and heading straight to 10. When asked about Windows 10’s name, Microsoft never gave a clear answer. So why, exactly, is Windows 10 getting the nod instead of 9?  Read more:

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Apple Watch's performance as a fitness device. 

I was supposed to review the Apple Watch. That was the plan, but then, when Engadget had its first chance to test the device, I was on vacation. Specifically, I was in France, where I ran the Paris Marathon, my sixth 26.2-mile race in five years. As it happens, our Editor-in-Chief Michael wrote a fair, thorough review on his own, and he cut a fine figure in that stop-motion walk-through video, too. If there's one thing he didn't go into detail on, though, it was the Apple Watch's performance as a fitness device. Some background there: Michael is one of those naturally skinny people with a stupidly fast metabolism who doesn't need to work out to stay trim. Which is a good thing, because he hates working out. That's why, when I finally had the chance to try out the Apple Watch myself (a $649 stainless steel model), I chose to focus on its abilities as a fitness gadget -- a fitting decision, considering my running habit was what kept me from reviewing the watch in the first place....Read more:

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