LFT Track Tech: Verizon Moto Z2 Play

Welcome to the new Track Tech! As you may know, I’ve been partnered with Verizon as a “tech blogger” since May of 2014. In that time I’ve normally posted a review of my devices after my demo is complete. More recently, I’ve talked about them on social media and done live updates during my demo. I thought I would combine the best of both worlds by trying a live notebook during each demo, so I can share all the cool discoveries I make about these devices on the daily! This live notebook will be easily accessible at the top of … Continue reading LFT Track Tech: Verizon Moto Z2 Play

Track Tech: Verizon Wireless’ Samsung Galaxy Tab S2

The vivid display, the lightweight design, the dependability of the Verizon 4G LTE network, multi-tasking features, and communication options amongst paired devices are just a handful of the selling points for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2. We are all attached to our smart devices. More often than not, they are within an arm’s reach or closer to us. Personally, I only have smart phones and an iPod. I really enjoy getting to review tablets since they are outside my usual usage. The most obvious difference with using a tablet over a phone is the size – and it truly does … Continue reading Track Tech: Verizon Wireless’ Samsung Galaxy Tab S2

Track Tech: Verizon Wireless Thanksgetting

It’s that time of year again… the temperatures are falling, the travel is increasing, the family is arriving, and our data plans are nearing their limits… much like our stomachs! But hey, if you can find room for that pumpkin pie at the end of your Thanksgiving night, Verizon can certainly find the room to let you purchase & download your own copy Planes, Trains and Automobiles… and let’s not forget you have pull up that YouTube video of Adam Sandler’s original performance of The Thanksgiving Song on Saturday Night Live to watch with your cousins, just one more time! … Continue reading Track Tech: Verizon Wireless Thanksgetting

Track Tech: Verizon Wireless’ Blackberry Classic  (BB 10 OS)

This article was originally published on MTAF Wheels, which is now dark. Thank you for enjoying it here, through the Live Full Throttle Archives.  To answer the question I just heard you ask in your head or maybe even out loud… yes, they still make Blackberrys. The Blackberry Classic is the newest device in the Blackberry family here in the United States and I asked to demo this product specifically because of my own loyalty to the brand. I switched over to Blackberry in 2009 when I selected a Tour from Verizon Wireless. I remember talking to salesperson, asking how … Continue reading Track Tech: Verizon Wireless’ Blackberry Classic  (BB 10 OS)

Track Tech: Verizon Wireless' Samsung Galaxy Note Edge and Samsung Gear S Smartwatch

Technology changes constantly, but sometimes the aesthetics of it are pretty predictable. It’s been awhile since a handheld device has really made us stop to look and ask, “Whoa… what’s that?!” And I mean really ask… not because of the size of the phone or the color of it’s backing… but because the device build was something genuinely NEW. I have received that question with legitimate curiosity, rather often in the past month of reviewing devices for this edition of Track Tech. There were two distinct reasons I garnered that attention: the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge and the Samsung Gear … Continue reading Track Tech: Verizon Wireless' Samsung Galaxy Note Edge and Samsung Gear S Smartwatch

Track Tech: Verizon Wireless’ Motorola Droid Turbo

You know the feeling. A cold sweat comes over you, your stomach feels like it just sunk into your feet, you get a little light-headed and you slowly start to panic and wonder… “Wait… what…?! No!” That’s right. That moment. The moment when you’re buying concert tickets, scored amazing seats and then the website freezes up. You can’t click the back button – you know what that does… you can’t click refresh because then you’ll lose your place in line. So you wait. And wait. And wait. And when the buffering finally starts up again, it tells you that you … Continue reading Track Tech: Verizon Wireless’ Motorola Droid Turbo

Track Tech: Samsung S5 Dual Device Challenge – Sprint vs. Verizon

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is a great phone – from the vibrant HD Super AMOLED display that gives you crisp imagery no matter which social media site you are perusing, the photo gallery you have filled up yourself or even when reading articles on your personalized Flipboard magazine app. The fact that it is water-resistant, as shown in the feature image above, in addition to it’s instantaneous response means that the S5 can give you confidence that you are holding one of the best devices on the market. Stepping back for a second – I do want to share more … Continue reading Track Tech: Samsung S5 Dual Device Challenge – Sprint vs. Verizon

Track Tech: Valentine's Day Edition

I’ve never been a relationship person. I’m loyal when it comes to family and friends but I’ve never seen myself being committed to one person, romantically, for a long haul… let alone “til death”. It’s not an issue with commitment. I’ve had the same car for the past seven years and counting, and I’m coming up on five years with the same company. I love both of those things very much and it would be hard to let either one go because, in these particular aspects, I enjoy the stability. I put a lot of time and effort into both, … Continue reading Track Tech: Valentine's Day Edition

Track Tech: Verizon Wireless’ Samsung Galaxy Note 4 & Samsung Gear Fit

Over the past year I’ve reviewed multiple Verizon Wireless devices here on Track Tech. Smartphones and tablets have been the extent of the technology until this point, but over the past month I have been able to experience two products completely new to me – a “phablet” & a fit watch. SAMSUNG GEAR FIT The newly coined term phablet refers to a smart device whose size is somewhere a phone and a tablet. The one that I had the privilege of using was the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 powered by the Verizon Wireless 4G XLTE Network. I used it in … Continue reading Track Tech: Verizon Wireless’ Samsung Galaxy Note 4 & Samsung Gear Fit