New layout changes and some commenting changes

We decided to change the layout and attempt to get Disqus comments working again, as people have told us that they haven't been working for a couple-three months, well it still is failing to work even on different layouts, code edits, etc. So we are forced to use the default comment system for now...

I know it's frustrating not being able to log in with FB,twitter, etc... however please be patient and if you have something urgent to say, please take the time to register or use google/openID/etc for the time being while Disqus/Google work on their issues.

So sorry for the trouble with this, however it seems beyond our control, as we have worked hours on this and no luck.

Also please feel free to send feedback on the new layout. I like it so far, however, this blog is here for YOU so feel free to submit feedback!

Thank you for visiting and we will get back to writing our very detailed and awesome reviews soon! (we are working on better test methods and getting better test hardwa…

Microsoft a note to the devs

Microsoft a note to the devs

First when I started out using this service the mobile website was very fast, minimal drain on resources and data. It was easy to use and no nonsense. Just email in a quick web UI without the bloat of an email app. It was great and it was a decent go-to email experience. No need to have apps that took up lots of space on my phone, no battery drain, was quick to use even while passed out.

Now they totally ruined the experience. It's bloated, takes 3 steps to sign in instead of just 1, the interface takes forever to load, and scrolling thru lists of thousands of emails a day is tedious and it is so slow loading even over wifi and ATT LTE connections! If you have a 3G connection you are crap out of luck! Might as well send snail mail and it would get there faster. The interface takes a long time to load stupid transistions and animations we don't need or want, we don't need our email interface to do a song and dance for us. We ju…

Netgear Removes Arlo support from latest R7000 Firmware

Denon Heos 1 vs AIWA EXOS9

This is one of the review quickies.
This is a review that compares the DENON HEOS 1 to the AIWA EXOS 9

First off the specs of each are the following presented in a comparison table, where the differences are presented accordingly.

HEOS 1 AIWA EXOS 9 Connectivity (a/v) Aux (3.5mm), Aux (3.5mm) Connectivity (Network) RJ45, Dual band 802.11N wifi (2.4Ghz and 5Ghz) Bluetooth/NFC/Linking with other ExOS9s Software controllers Android 2.3 or higher and Apple iOS app based controllers No apps but managed with Bluetooth host

Ligowave NFT-3AC review

1)Intro 2)Features 3)Setup 4)Wireless configuration 5)Throughput tests (Wireless/Wired) 6)Closing Notes Intro: The Ligowave NFT 3AC is an SMB  level wireless access point that is  somewhat affordable for small to medium businesses, has some decent features and can tolerate a a fair amount of usage. Features: The Ligowave NFT 3AC features the following: 1) Dual band 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz operation with 3x3 MIMO connectivity at up to 1300Mbps 2) 2 wired Gigabit LAN ports 3) 4 3x3 mimo  x3dBi  dual band internal SMA antennas with 30dBm output power for great wireless coverage 4) SSIDs with configurable VLANs for each one providing more security then standard guest networks 5) VLAN configuration 6) Client connectivity details and monitoring. 7) Fixed and DHCP client address assignments 8) And  more Setup: