Month: March 2016

What is RAID? | Quick Tech #5

Raid may be confusing for many people that are just entering the server world. After you understand it is very simple. Lets get started. Raid stands for a Redundant Array of Inexpensive Drives. With RAID you can do many thing great for your server that 1 drive can’t do. There are also many types due […]

Nexus 5X: Mid-range Phone, Budget Price

The Nexus 5X is a great choice for people looking for a decent midrange phone with an awesome camera. Although the Nexus 5X may not be as big and bad as its bigger brother, the Nexus 6P, it does offer a lot, especially considering the price tag. With an activation of Project Fi, you can get the […]

Pebble firing 25% of their workers

Pebble, the company that marked the most successful Kickstarter event in tech history, is laying off 25% of their staff. Recently confirmed by Techradar, the tech giant announced that they are firing 25% of its workers. This is about 40 employees of their staff. We are not exactly sure why CEO Eric Migicovsky of Pebble […]

Wacom Intuos Review

A great tool for avid drawers and graphic designers! What is it? The Wacom Intuos Creative Pen and Tablet is a great tool for graphics designers and drawers. It connects to your computer Mac or PC via USB and is a tablet that is a drawing surface for your non-touchscreen computer. With the pen you […]

Highlights of the Apple Event: March 2016

As all of you might or might not know, Apple had an event yesterday; keynote, presentations, a room full of Apple fanatics and press – the whole thing. But unfortunately not all of us could attend, or have the time to watch it afterwards. A brief summary from TechBerge ensues. Here’s a recap of the […]

iPhone SE Released

We’ve all loved the iPhone 5s and well Apple pretty much brought it back. Today Apple officially released the iPhone SE. Specs This is a phone with a 4 inch Retina display just like the iPhone 5s. It also has the Apple A9 chip like the iPhone 6s and the M9 motion co-processor. It has […]

Highest Megapixel Camera for a Phone!

The Nokia Lumia 1020…   Pure Camera This phone contains a Dual-core 1.5 GHz Krait and a Snapdragon S4 Plus with 2G ram. The phone has a decent battery with a 2000mAH Li-lion battery. But that is not the best part yet, this contains a whopping 41 megapixel camera and shoots 1080p 30fps videos. Display The […]

Android N Review

Faster than ever, the newest version of Android – N, is right around the corner. It’s been just a couple months since Google released Android Marshmallow, and Google has already released the developer preview and it is now available for download. Please note that this software is NOT finalized (hence the words “developer” and “preview” and is definitely […]

Nexus 6P vs. iPhone 6s: Google vs. Apple

A couple of months ago, Apple and Google have released their two latest devices: The Nexus 6P and the iPhone 6s. Both phones are very fast, and although the Nexus 6P (powered by a Snapdragon 810 processor) has higher end specs and a snappier processor; Apple proves optimization, not hardware is key.   Battery life: […]

Nexus 6P Review: 5 months Later

Ever woke up wondering where all your battery went? Fear no more, the massive Nexus 6P, along with Google’s latest software, Android Marshmallow is here. When buying the latest flagship smartphone, we are always intrigued at the start. However, how does the “best smartphone of 2015” last after extended usage? After using this phone for […]