Author: Joey Lewandowski

Joey Lewandowski

Joey is the Manager of Content and Community at ShellyPalmer. With a journalism degree from Ramapo College of New Jersey, he's a die-hard Minnesota Vikings fan, enjoys watching movies and loves all most things tech. You can follow him on Twitter @soulpopped. He's also the co-host of the award-winning* podcast "Sports 4 Starters." (*Note*: No awards actually won.)

About Joey Lewandowski

Joey is the Manager of Content and Community at ShellyPalmer. With a journalism degree from Ramapo College of New Jersey, he's a die-hard Minnesota Vikings fan, enjoys watching movies and loves all most things tech. You can follow him on Twitter @soulpopped. He's also the co-host of the award-winning* podcast "Sports 4 Starters." (*Note*: No awards actually won.)

Apple Unveils the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Apple Pay and Apple Watch

Apple Unveils the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Apple Pay and Apple Watch

  Apple's most recent event jammed a ton of information on new products into a rapid two hours. The company's first major unveiling was two new iPhones: the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Both phones are available for pre-order this Friday, September 12, and will be available on September 19. Pricing is as ...

The Destiny of the Wii U

The Destiny of the Wii U

In about an hour, I’ll have my copy of Destiny in my hands. I thought about turning this blog into a review, but I’m no good with reviews. Also, here’s the review for Destiny: It’s great. It has to be great. With the amount of money that Activision is throwing at it (along with Bungie’s Halo pedigree), ...

The Technology of Travel

The Technology of Travel

I started writing this blog from the passenger seat of my car, as my friend and I drove from New Jersey to Texas. I could have posted the entire thing to this site from my car, too, if I had bought a refill card for my T-Mobile hotspot. I also could have typed up this post on my phone and used my phone’s LTE to get it ...

Twitter’s Changes and You: How to Escape the Clutter

Twitter’s Changes and You: How to Escape the Clutter

Twitter made a lot of its users angry earlier this week when it started filling their timelines with tweets from accounts they didn’t follow. What started as a test feature is now an official feature, so you can expect even more outrage in the days and weeks to come. Twitter’s been filled with garbage I don’t care ...

‘Share Play’ Proves the PlayStation 4 Owns This Console Generation

‘Share Play’ Proves the PlayStation 4 Owns This Console Generation

It’s tough to come up more than a couple reasons why anyone should buy an Xbox One instead of a PlayStation 4 right now. Sure, the Xbox One is a great system with great exclusives (with more coming soon) and a great media hub. But what began as a console with next-gen potential now seems stuck playing catch-up, while Sony ...

The Internet of Things and You: A Beginner’s Guide

The Internet of Things and You: A Beginner’s Guide

I love The Internet of Things. You do, too, even if you don’t know exactly what it is yet. Hardly a day goes by where I don’t find a story about some awesome company creating some new awesome gadget that taps into The Internet of Things. Scrolling through these stories is like taking a peek at the world (and our homes!) ...

‘EA Access’ on Xbox One May Be My New Favorite Video Game Thing

‘EA Access’ on Xbox One May Be My New Favorite Video Game Thing

EA announced a new service called EA Access on Tuesday, which delivers some of its games on the Xbox One at incredibly inexpensive prices. Check it out: EA Access membership unlocks The Vault, a collection of EA’s biggest games on Xbox One ready for you to download and play.  During the beta, gamers will have unlimited ...

Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited and You: Find Out if You’re a Good Match!

Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited and You: Find Out if You’re a Good Match!

When word first got out about Amazon’s (then-rumored) Kindle Unlimited, I was more than a little excited. Unlimited e-books! $10 a month! I’m going to read everything all of the time, forever! When the program actually rolled out, I was underwhelmed. Yes, having access to 600,000 books for $10 a month is a ...

Netflix, Verizon FiOS and (More) Utter Helplessness

Netflix, Verizon FiOS and (More) Utter Helplessness

I pay Verizon FiOS about $163 a month for internet and TV service. I’ve been a Netflix customer for close to six years now. Yet even with my financial loyalty to both of these companies, I can’t watch a movie on Netflix while I eat dinner. Thanks, net neutrality! Okay, to be fair, I can watch a movie on Netflix at ...

Nothing is Ever Worth Buying

Nothing is Ever Worth Buying

Nothing is ever worth buying. There’s always a deal to be had. Everything is overpriced until it becomes obsolete or irrelevant. Even though summer just started, Black Friday is on my mind. Why? Just about any movie or video game that comes out between now and then will be heavily marked down come the day after ...