All posts by Juan Carlos Bagnell

Juan has been obsessed with consumer electronics since before computers had GUI’s. Out of college he worked on a JIT computing contract which supported DOE facilities in New Mexico. He’s been featured on numerous podcasts and radio shows lending his tech insights. You can also find him in LA directing voice over actors and producing spoken word recording.

Should You Care: Tech Bags for Women – Laura Fagan


Why aren’t Women’s tech bags a mainstream option for women? We go through some options of stylish bags that will help you protect your gear!

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Apple iPhone SE Revisited: 11 Months Later – Pocketnow


Can Apple compete in the mid-range market? Almost a year after its launch, we take a look back at this second attempt to offer a low cost iPhone. How has this phone aged? Here’s our iPhone SE, After the Buzz.

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TimeBox Mini Review A Bluetooth Speaker With Games and an LED Display – TK Bay

When you think of a Bluetooth Speaker you most likely did not think of it doing more than playing music. The Timebox and the Timebox Mini have that, and games and an LED display that you can customize.
Hope you Enjoy this video Review of the most fun BT speaker I have ever seen.
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Your Replies! Should Netflix Throttle DC to Protest Anti-Net Neutrality Policy?

Last week we asked if a company could (or should) engage in civil disobedience to protest political policy that would harm their business. I got some great replies to this question, and here are some of my favorite comments.
Original Netflix vs Washington DC video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yA7bCPtQKG0

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RIP Google Now Launcher: What’s next for Android fans and manufacturers?

Google has announced that the Now Launcher is end of life. The popular skin will be removed from the Play store in March, and manufacturers are encouraged to remove it from future products. What does this mean for consumers and OEMs? Let’s take a look.

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Gear Icon X Review, Fitness Tracking With Heartrate Monitoring – TK Bay

The Gear Icon X are Samsung’s first offering of truly wireless BT headphones. Today I have for my review of this device after testing it for 2 weeks. They offer a lot but fall short in some areas. Hope you enjoy the video review.

Thanks to Verizon for letting me try the Icon X.

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MicRig Dual Stereo Condenser Mics: Video and Sound Recording Starting at $30 – TK Bay


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Cingular Flip Phone Review: Can You Go Back to a ‘Dumb’ Phone?


Cleaning off my desk before we head out to MWC, I came across this interesting little device. A brand new flip phone in an age of ultra cheap smartphones? Can you go back to a “dumb phone”? Let’s take a look!