1st Impression: Toshiba Thrive

The tablet wars continue to get new combatants with Toshiba introducing the Toshiba Thrive which drops in mid July. This tablet has a few things that set it apart from the...

1st Impression: ASUS Padfone

  Asus unveiled a very interesting device at Computex 2011. The Asus Padfone looks to not only challenge devices like the Motorola Atrix but also the iPad and iPhone with its...

My Take On:Polaroid Instant Mobile Printer

Lady Gaga’s recent partnership with Polaroid has led to some really exciting concepts that many tech blogs and sites have discussed at length. The first hardware from this partnership is making...

Sony’s Playstation Certified Android Tablets Are Upon Us

Sony has always been known for having innovative hardware yet always drops the ball on software. During the initial PS3 release the amount of solid titles have been scarce but over...

The Truth About the Future of Tablet Computers

I realize that talking about the future of tablet computers is not what My Take Radio normally does. We leave this type of stuff to Gizmodo and tech blogs but it...

1st Impression: Kinect

While at the NY Comic Con this past weekend, I had the chance to test the newest peripheral from Microsoft known as the Kinect. After testing the Sony Move and coming...

1st Impression:Playstation Move

Earlier today I made a trip to Roosevelt Field in Westbury, NY to research some Sony cameras for the NY Comic Con and tucked in the corner what did I spy...

Slick’s Quick Hits: XBox Live Mobile

https://www.gametrailers.com/remote_wrap.php?mid=703007 I really feel that MS dropped the ball on this one, making it work only with Windows Mobile phones. Just like with Apple, they severely limit their audience but Apple started...

Slick’s Hits: The (New) Nintendo Wii

Despite reporting one of their best sales years ever, Nintendo reported that year over year 2009 saw a significant drop in its Wii console sales over those of 2008. So what...

First 3D TV’s and now 4K TV’s

As a techie/nerd I always try to stay on top of the newest technology, but sometimes even I throw in the towel and give my pockets a rest. As you all...