MoviePass’s competitor, Sinemia cut prices, added revolving tickets

Simenia The underwriters regularly note: Cinema subscription service Sinemia Are relieving the stress of having to use your ticket every month by adding the ability to carry more than one ticket per person per month for all packages. In other words, if you have a family of six, everyone has that conversion option. That also … Read more

Canon cut its camcorder lineup under $ 1,000 for 2013

Canon USA LAS VEGAS – Over the past few years, Canon has continuously removed a number of camcorders from its annual lineup. This year, we have only three consumption models left; Actually, however, is only one model in three configurations. The surviving version is the still popular low-end HF R series – namely the Vixia … Read more

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance is cut from another cloth

Platinum games “Oh, it’s a game of swordplay Raiden.” Over the past few years, that has been the realization of Metal Gear Rising. After a well-received launch at E3 2009, Revengeance appeared for a brief year at E3, but never matched the excitement of the debut. Maybe it’s because the game went through a couple … Read more

Bowers & Wilkins P5 Wireless Review: Top-of-the-line on-ear headphones that cut the cord – but go up in price

Audio enthusiasts tend to prefer listening to music over wired headphones, but that hasn’t stopped some respectable audio companies, including Bowers & Wilkins, from jumping into the wireless band and introducing ears. listen to Bluetooth. The company’s newest product, the P5 Wireless, is for all purposes and purposes, a dead bell for P5 Series 2 … Read more

Best beard trimming for 2021: Wahl, Remington and Brio do a cut

No shave November and November are here again. This month, men are standing together and pledging to have facial hair grow in favor of the millions who suffer hair loss during cancer treatment. The aim is to raise awareness of men’s health problems and to bring more funding to cancer research and education. But growing … Read more

Lenovo ThinkPad T431s Review: Gray Felt Suit With Modern Cut

Lenovo’s ThinkPad T431s is a comfortable mix of old and new. Like previous T-series laptops, it’s first and foremost built for business and wear and tear during everyday use – on and off desks. However, thanks to some careful tweaking, it’s not buggy and stuck in the past. Integrated processors and graphics are a generation … Read more

Review of Cut the Rope 2: A great combination between challenge and entertainment

Cut the rope 2 have Om Nom’s familiar character as you follow him around the many worlds, trying to feed him precious and seemingly delicious candies. There are now 120 next levels of the original Cut the Rope, with new characters, challenges and tools to keep Om Nom filled with candy and happiness. For those … Read more

Review Kyocera Hydro Vibe: Happy budget phone with cut corners

For those who have had the unfortunate fate of being thrown into a pool with a smartphone in your pocket, the waterproof Kyocera Hydro Vibe for Sprint can look very appealing. After all, at $ 29.99 on contract, it’s reasonably affordable and peace of mind isn’t just limited to pool parties. Indeed, a device like … Read more

Vodafone Smart 4 Turbo review: Cheap Android 4G phones cut too many corners

Affordable smartphones have changed dramatically over the past few years, with technology once only found inside the most expensive mobile phones now available on low-end, bogus standards. The Vodafone Smart 4 Turbo is one such device, boasting a 4.5-inch display, quad core processor, 4G LTE and Android KitKat software. You can opt for Turbo now … Read more