Fly or Die

  • Omate TrueSmart | Fly or Die

    Fly Or Die: Omate TrueSmart

    In a year, we've gone to having one or two startup smartwatch companies to a sea of offerings before us, from companies as big as Google all the way down to Omate, a startup looking to make your wrist as brilliant as possible. At its core, the TrueSmart is likely one of the most powerful smartwatches on the market. Powered by Android 4.2, the TrueSmart has its own SD card and SIM card, complete… Read More

  • HTC One (M8) | Fly or Die

    Fly Or Die: HTC One M8

    The HTC One M8 is said to be the best Android phone to date, and in this episode of Fly or Die, we absolutely agree. Read More

  • Secret | Fly or Die

    Fly Or Die: Secret

    With last week's episode focusing on Whisper, we thought it only fair to take a hard look at its biggest competitor, Secret. Welcome to another episode of Fly or Die. Read More

  • Whisper | Fly or Die

    Fly Or Die: Whisper

    Anonymity is all the rage these days, and so we bring our attention to Whisper. This week, we're joined by Leena Rao, who has some mixed feelings about the craze around anonymous social sharing apps, like Whisper and competitor Secret. Read More

  • Jelly App | Fly or Die

    Fly Or Die: Jelly

    A couple of months ago, Twitter co-founder Biz Stone launched an app called Jelly, meant to make asking and answering random questions more fun. So, in a world where we wear out Google with inquiry after inquiry, is there really a place in the world for a Q&A app? This is the question we pose on this week's episode of Fly Or Die. Welcome. Read More

  • 'Fly or Die': Beats Music

    Fly Or Die: Beats Music

    Beats Music is the latest of many streaming music services to hit the scene, pulling from some of the best parts of competing products to offer an excellent internet radio experience. Once you offer up some likes and dislikes on various artists and genres, Beats then offers four separate menus for finding something to listen to. The first is a “Just For You” tab that uses the… Read More

  • 'Fly or Die': LG G Flex

    Fly Or Die: LG G Flex

    The LG G Flex is one of the most hyped phones of the year. Granted, it's only January and granted, LG isn't the most exciting Android manufacturer around, but it has a curved display! Curved, I say! And LG even says it can heal itself if you scratch it. Read More

  • Fitbit Force | Fly or Die

    Fly Or Die: Fitbit Force

    Personal fitness trackers and sleep trackers are officially mainstream, but deciding between the various devices out there can be tough. That said, let me direct your attention to the Fitbit Force, the latest and most full-featured product from the quantified self makers. Read More

  • Sony PlayStation 4 | Fly or Die

    Fly Or Die: Sony PlayStation 4

    The console wars are in full swing, and no contender is more focused on hardcore gamers as the PS4. Sony's next-gen PlayStation is not like the Xbox One, which is leaning more toward the media console space than ever before. Instead, the PS4 is built squarely for the gaming enthusiast. Read More

  • Xbox One | Fly or Die

    Fly Or Die: Microsoft Xbox One

    As console makers all present their refreshed products this year, Microsoft has led the pack with the ever-impressive Xbox One, complete with cable TV control, bumped up graphics, and an all-new Kinect. But is upgrading worth it? Read More