Archive for Electronics

Kodak PULSE Frame, Kodak EASYSHARE M532 Camera & Eye-Fi

May 07, 2011 No Comments

I am always taking pictures of my girls. I want to try to capture every cool thing they do. It’s something I do more often than not. What do I do with all of the photos? Well, most often, they get put on my external storage and nothing happens with them. I don’t want to […]

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Review: Droid Incredible, Droid X, Evo4G, Powermat

Dec 28, 2010 3 Comments

Searching for a new smart phone device? Haven’t had a chance to try them out yet? MommyBrainReports highlights a few of the techie products we’ve been able to test out recently! Let’s start with the HTC Droid Incredible. It’s on the Verizon network, it’s got a pretty cool 3.7 inch, 8 megapixel touch screen. Here’s […]

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Review- Griffin MyPhones

Mar 18, 2010 No Comments

If you happened to be watching my Tweets just before my trip to Walt Disney World with the Hanes Comfort Crew, you may have seen me asking folks on Twitter if they were heading to a certain store, and if they were, asking if they’d kindly look around for a certain product for me. “Why […]

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Review- Griffin Air Curve

Feb 01, 2010 1 Comment

The following review is a guest post by George G Smith Jr. He writes at No Sense Of Time, and can also be found on Twitter @GeorgeGSmithJr. Hi – my name is George G Smith Jr. and I write for NoSenseofTime.org.  I’m not much of a product reviewer.  If I like something, I scream to […]

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Review: iPhone 3G Battery Packs

Oct 25, 2009 3 Comments

Over the last few weeks, my husband and I have been given the opportunity to try out several of the latest iPhone battery pack cases on the market today. He helped me write this review of the four cases we tested out. FastMac iV: Good: The iV really extends battery life. Ryan used it for […]

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Review: Save Time & Money with the Roku

Sep 16, 2009 No Comments

We are always looking for ways to save money here at the Mommy Brain household, and family entertainment is no exception. We love to go out to the movies, but that costs nearly $70 each time we do that. We enjoy renting movies, making popcorn, closing off the curtains and pretending we’re at the theater […]

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