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InMotion Hosting Review

InMotion Hosting

When we started TechRaptor, it was on a hosting package that a friend allowed us to use. We migrated to Inmotion Hosting about two months later, at the recommendation of a friend. We had both good and bad experiences (mainly due to growth), but to any blogger starting out that won’t be heavily using the email, ftp, and web services ... Read More »

A Look At AMD’s Steamroller [Kaveri Review]


The past few years have been rough for chipmaker AMD. Ever since Intel launched the Core 2 series, they’ve been playing a constant game of catch-up as far as CPU performance goes. In 2006, they purchased GPU maker ATI, and spun-off their fabrication plants to create a new entity, GlobalFoundries. AMD had lofty goals to merge the CPU and the ... Read More »

Google Remote Desktop for Android Review


Yesterday Google took the beta tag off on one of its neatest apps out there. The Google Remote Desktop program will allow you to securely remote control your computer from any Android device, just as long as it’s Ice Cream Sandwich and above. How does it handle? Take a look below. Setup is easy as it is a chrome extension ... Read More »

Logitech G930 Wireless Gaming Headset Review

Logitech G930 Wireless Gaming Headset

I recently came to the realization that a good gaming headset can be a great addition to a game, especially one with 7.1 Surround Sound. To that end, when my previous headset broke – I had to decide on a new one that I could use for my every day gaming needs. When looking at price, features, and sound, as ... Read More »

EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Pro review: Worth the price?


Data recovery software is something I have used in desperation in my past, EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Pro is one option on the market, if you are willing to pay the very reasonable one off cost currently at $69.95 you are promised much more power and features the free options like Recuva. The $69.95 price may strike some as quite ... Read More »

Nexus 5 Review


In today’s review we are going to be focusing on the new Nexus 5 by LG and Google. You see the Nexus is a very important phone especially to Google as it represents their direct answer to Apple’s iPhone 5s. For the next year or so the Nexus 5 is the standard for android devices and what OEM should be ... Read More »

Pebble Watch Review

Pebble Watch

The Pebble Watch is a great product that should please most early adopters. It is impressive for a Kickstarter project to come to market with a simple and useful product that works as promised, but the Pebble is lacking some features needed for mass-market appeal. I was able to get the Pebble out of the box and connected to my ... Read More »

Galaxy Note III Review


Have you ever looked at your phone and thought, this could be bigger? Well, have I got the phone for you, in my review of the Samsung Galaxy Note III. Don’t let the size fool you, however, this phone is quite light and much less bulky and unmanageable than you would expect.  So this week, I’ll be taking a look ... Read More »

Microsoft Remote Desktop App Review


Remote Desktop is something that has been around for a very, very long time. Highly utilized by many businesses it allows for access to servers for both systems administrators and for users to access their files remotely, as well as allowing for everyday computer users to access their home machines with the right configuration. In the time of the smartphone, ... Read More »