Patrick McCarthy

Patrick McCarthy

Patrick is an Editor for CT Lab at NAPCO Media.

Samsung's Humility Outshines Note7 Nightmare

Maybe the biggest hit Samsung and subsequently the Android market saw last year was the curious case of exploding phones. While the definition of exploding might be a bit sensationalized - it was more of a sudden flame - both the Note7 hype and Samsung's reputation were caught in the blaze. Initially, Samsung didn't know…

Dealerscope 2017 Hall of Fame: Debbie Schaeffer, Mrs. G’s

Tucked away on an arterial road in New Jersey, a warm, smiling face looks back as a community travels back and forth with their lives. The gleaming, golden portrait is of Debbie Schaeffer, the CEO and owner of Mrs. G’s. However, the face today is an homage to Debbie’s grandmother and the original Mrs. G,…

Dealerscope 2017 Hall of Fame: Richard Glikes, Azione Unlimited

Lounging on the leather couch on a raised stage in a conference room in Las Vegas, Richard Glikes, president of Azione Unlimited, resembled someone unwinding in his favorite chair after a long day of work. With a flick of his wrist, his eyes meet his watch and he is suddenly filled with energy. “One second,”…

The Nintendo Switch will launch on March 3rd for $299

Nintendo has finally revealed the price and release date for its much-anticipated Switch console: it’s launching on March 3rd worldwide, and in North America the console will be available for $299.99. It’ll be launching alongside a new minigame collection called 1-2 Switch, which aims to show off some of the unique features of the Switch’s…

Immotor GO is a Powerful Scooter With an Even Stronger Battery

Maybe the biggest hit Samsung and subsequently the Android market saw last year was the curious case of exploding phones. While the definition of exploding might be a bit sensationalized – it was more of a sudden flame – both the Note7 hype and Samsung’s reputation were caught in the blaze. Initially, Samsung didn’t know […]

Miraxess Turns Any Phone Into a Laptop

Sporting a 24-hour battery and a full keyboard, Miraxess leverages the power of any cell phone to turn it into a fully functional laptop.