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About Mark Myerson

Mark is best known for writing about apps, but he also loves the tactile, hardware side of technology. Being a professional photographer, he's pretty handy with a camera, and he's a self-confessed tweetaholic. Connect with him on Twitter and Google+.
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KitSound Boom Evolution Speaker Review: Big Booming Box
2 years ago

KitSound Boom Evolution Speaker Review: Big Booming Box

The Good: Huge sound, decent looks, good connectivity

The Bad: Poor trebles, plasticky build quality, expensive for its features

The Bottom Line: For the audio perfectionist, the Boom Evolution may fail to impress. …
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Angle and Curve Carboncans Headphones Review: Exceptional Craftsmanship
2 years ago

Angle and Curve Carboncans Headphones Review: Exceptional Craftsmanship

The Pros: Well-made, classy design, good comfort, superb audio clarity and depth

The Cons: No head strap cushioning, and no clip to stop the arms folding

The Bottom Line: Exceptional …
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Kitsound Cayman Wireless 2.1 Speaker Review: A Mixed Bag
2 years ago

Kitsound Cayman Wireless 2.1 Speaker Review: A Mixed Bag

The Good: Decent design, wireless connectivity, good remote control, loud and bassy sound

The Bad: Lacklustre looks, plasticky parts, poor touch controls, sound quality degradation at high frequencies

The Bottom …
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KitSound Pocket Hive Speaker Review: Pocket Rocket Sound
2 years ago

KitSound Pocket Hive Speaker Review: Pocket Rocket Sound

KitSound is one such outfit, and the Pocket Hive is the most portable speaker in the British firm’s range. It is unusually shaped — hexagonal, mimicking honeycomb — and competitively priced at a R.R.P. of £40.
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House of Marley Liberate BT Review: Impressive Sound in a Pretty Package
2 years ago

House of Marley Liberate BT Review: Impressive Sound in a Pretty Package

The Liberate BT has Marley’s signature look, and at £99.99 it fits into the firm’s usual mid-range price point. But can it deliver the sound quality and usability to match?
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Kitsound Glow Speaker Review: Funky Colours, Lacklustre Build Quality
2 years ago

Kitsound Glow Speaker Review: Funky Colours, Lacklustre Build Quality

The Good: Nice range of colours, decent sound, impressive battery life

The Bad: Poor build quality, confused remote, no music sync

The Bottom Line: The colours are pretty and the sound is …
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ECOXGEAR ECXOBT Speaker Review: Rugged Build, Big Sound
2 years ago

ECOXGEAR ECXOBT Speaker Review: Rugged Build, Big Sound

The ECOXBT Bluetooth speaker is meant to be completely waterproof, but can it really be that protected from H2O and still produce good sound? Time to find out.
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FilePane For Mac: A Quick-Start Automator Alternative
2 years ago

FilePane For Mac: A Quick-Start Automator Alternative

The Good: Shallow learning curve, good automation features, good looking.

The Bad: Slightly puzzling UI.

The Bottom Line: A great introduction to automation, with an occasional cause for initial confusion.


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Braven 705 Bluetooth Speaker Review: Practical Compact Sound
2 years ago

Braven 705 Bluetooth Speaker Review: Practical Compact Sound

Braven’s claims of 12-hour battery life and mobile phone charging are certainly impressive; but can an open-air specialist make it in the crowded mainstream? I took the 705 for a test drive to find out…
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Pixelmator for Mac Review: How an Image Editor Should Be
2 years ago

Pixelmator for Mac Review: How an Image Editor Should Be

Pixelmator is a lightweight and modestly priced image editing application for Mac OS X. If you’re after a more affordable and easier to use image editor, read our review here.
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