Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Oct 25, 2011 | Comments 0
Packed between thin glass and stainless steel, the iPhone® 4S integrates powerful hardware, an impressive mobile operating system as well as endless applications and services. For every square millimeter Apple® engineers meticulously designed, OtterBox® introduces iProtection™: four series of custom cases for varying device devotees.
Posted by Jake Wright | Jul 28, 2010 | Comments 7
As more and more features are added to the iPhone we use it more and more during our daily lives, we also store more and more important data on the device, data that is valuable, sometimes irreplaceable. What do you do with your valuables? You protect them! There is no better way to do that than with the new OtterBox Defender Series for iPhone 4.
Posted by Adam | Jun 12, 2010 | Comments 7
I was at the ATT store the other day and saw some OtterBox cases for the iPhone hanging on the wall. Walking over and observing them, the store helper came up to me and started talking about how OtterBox made the best cases for the iPhone and iPod Touch in terms of protection. That statement proved my hypothesis about my iPod being protected by the best when I put the Defender Series Case on my device. Once you see why it’s the best, which I explain in the review, you’ll see why this case is a must have!
Posted by Adam | Jun 11, 2010 | Comments 0
I’ve been reviewing some major games that are good for the upcoming world cup, but I haven’t had so much fun with a quick little app like Boostball. From the creators of Plushed, Blacksmith Games brings you one of the most entertaining pick-up-and-play games…in time for the 2010 FIFA World Cup!
Posted by Jake Wright | Dec 20, 2009 | Comments 0
Developed by popular gaming company Chillingo, Defender Chronicles, returns to the glory days of epic battles, desperate princesses, artifact hunting and marvelous fantasy beasts.
Posted by Jason | Sep 09, 2009 | Comments 1
A game set in space has an extra appeal because it is a massively unknown territory. We can only guess what’s out there and so it becomes a tool for the imagination to run riot. This game unfortunately, maybe has a more realistic viewpoint about what is out there – a bunch of rocks.