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MOTA SmartRing will put a smartwatch on your finger

One ring to rule (almost) all notifications and on your finger bind them. That, in a poetic nutshell, is what MOTA will be bringing to the table when it unveils to the public the MOTA SmartRing at IFA 2014 this week. Stylish and lightweight, this wearable is promised to let you be in control of your digital communications, deciding whether … Continue reading

Xperia Z3 Compact appears bearing colors in leaked photos

Sony’s press event is in about 2 days but of course we will welcome any advanced screening of the OEM’s premium-looking devices. This may not be the next Xperia flagship, but these Xperia Z3 Compact smartphones are still a refreshing sight, especially considering they come in new and bright colors.

Vortex VR turns LG G3 into sub-$100 Oculus-style HUD

An LG-powered virtual reality headset which relies on the G3 smartphone has beaten Samsung’s well-rumored Gear VR to market, helped along the way with 3D printing. Vortex VR’s VRTX I is effectively a head-mount for the LG G3, relying on the smartphone’s 5.5-inch 2560 x 1440 display to deliver high-res graphics for each eye.

Motorola Luge: RAZR M reborn

The first reveal of the DROID RAZR M had us surprised – surprised that Motorola would make such a small phone and surprised that such a phone would feel so right in our hand. Now nearly 2 years after that device’s first reveal, (and our review), a rebranded iteration has been shown by Verizon as the Motorola Luge.

Google Event Sept 15: Android One on point

Just this morning we found that Motorola was shipping thousands of Moto G2 units to India. Now we’ve gotten wind of a Google Event being held in India. Not especially characteristic of Google to hold a major event in India, we can assume only one thing: Android One is ready to roll.

Tablet & Phone Reviews

T.E.C 3001 Review: if Temple Run took the red pill

There’s a game out there today called T.E.C 3001 for Android devices that’ll destroy your love for Temple Run. This game is limited to NVIDIA SHIELD devices, but it’s so intense you’ll consider buying the lot. And don’t forget to turn your TRON helmet on, don’t want to get erased.

VivaLnk Digital Tattoo Review: An Android’s best friend

When we first heard about digital tattoos, the thought of forever bonding one’s self with technology that could very well be outdated by the time the art was done seemed… less than appealing. As it turned out, Motorola’s first chatter on the next level in the wearables game wasn’t quite so permanent. This week we’re having a peek at the … Continue reading

HTC One (E8) review: Android’s iPhone 5C is here

The HTC One (M8) is one of the better Android handsets available. For many, it’s the aluminum shell that takes the cake. What happens when you strip it away and add plastic, though? Is the device still a winner? The HTC One (E8) is trying to answer that question.


Having cut its teeth on the still-successful NVIDIA SHIELD and their first tablet, the Tegra Note, NVIDIA brings the culmination of years of research and implementation to fruition in the NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet. This device is being released this season with the NVIDIA SHIELD Wireless Controller and a magnetically-attaching SHIELD Cover, the whole collection of which we’re having a peek … Continue reading

AirFrame+ review: the car mount that can handle any phone

Android devices (and probably the iPhone, too) are getting larger, and that’s not a trend that will cease any time soon. Finding a mount for your car that can accommodate your girthy smartphone may not be easy. So many still cater to smaller phones, but an update to the popular Airframe changes that. The new Airframe+ will hang onto your … Continue reading

Amazon Fire Phone review: The shopper’s smartphone

When Amazon wades into a new segment, competitors take note, and few devices have been so nervously anticipated as the Fire Phone. Amazon’s first smartphone doesn’t just put Prime in your pocket, it also pushes the limits of UI, with its quartet of Dynamic Perspective cameras, and computational photography, with Firefly. Ambitious, then, but Jeff Bezos & Co. have seldom … Continue reading

Android Apps

These apps let you share media in a whole new way

Editing media via mobile is getting much easier, but the small screen can make you clumsier than you might like. Apps like iMovie are pretty easy to use, but not always what you’re looking for. These two apps for iOS and Android will make editing your media into a polished, finished product much easier.

‘Facebook Home’ team reportedly dismantled

If you use Facebook Home, we really hope you like your experience, because it might not change much. A new report suggest Facebook has dismantled the Home team, and placed them elsewhere within the company. One move has already had an impact — but maybe not the one Facebook had hoped for.

Udacity launches for Android with four new courses

Udacity, the popular tool for learning all kinds of tech things you might not otherwise get to, has finally made its way to Android. The iOS app, launched about two months ago, has been reworked for Android, and the company has some new courses you can take to celebrate. Four new learning programs are available for Udacity, and they have … Continue reading

Play security flaw may affect all Android apps, running or not

A significant security issue has been discovered in the Play Store, where Developers have been leaving keys inside the software. Those keys can lead to data being compromised, and can affect us even when the app is not in use. Google is currently working with the researchers responsible for this discovery on a fix.

Keeper FastFill brings password autofill to Android

With the announcement that 1Password had re-dedicated themselves to Android, the excitement was palpable. A favorite iOS and OS X mainstay was finally making their way to Android in a big way. Rival service Keeper may have just one-upped them, though, with the introduction of FastFill.

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