Working in the Android blogosphere, I’ve had the opportunity to review quite a few devices. Yet, the company that continually ceases to impress me is Lenovo. While most other companies follow tried and true formulas for new devices, Lenovo has continued to innovate and try new ideas. Do these concepts always work? No, but that’s ... Read More »
Chromebooks have always been an area of interest. The concept of the Chromebook took cues from the failed wave of netbooks and went for portability and low price. But rather than pairing that with a traditionally more intensive operating system like Windows, Chromebooks were outfitted with Chrome OS, Google’s ultra-light operating system that revolves around ... Read More »
The Samsung Gear VR has been around for over a year now, but previous offerings were only compatible with a single device and were always treated as beta products by Samsung. That all changes with the release of the new Gear VR, with the price drop to $99 bringing it into the mainstream just in time ... Read More »
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The bigger our phones get, the more power hungry they are. And the bigger batteries we have, the longer they take to charge. Thus the invention of quick charging was brought upon us, to charge our devices rapidly so we can get back to Snapchatting our lives away.
Though you may not be actively ... Read More »
The DROID line of phones is perhaps one of the most important in Android history. Not only is it one of the oldest Android device families, but the original Motorola DROID — launched in 2009 — helped to give Android a major boost in adoption and make it into the most ... Read More »
The Huawei Watch is a surprising entry into the Android Wear game. Huawei went all out in creating one of the most beautiful smartwatches we’ve seen so far, and it has the specs to match. However, starting with a mid-range price point and going all the way to the super high-end, this watch isn’t particularly ... Read More »
Bluetooth earphones are a new thing for me. I never really thought about it, but the concept of having no cords to get tangled in while jogging or doing chores sounds absolutely fantastic. But they have had significant drawbacks in the past, like battery life and weight. How do a budget pair of earphones stack ... Read More »
Oh no! My Galaxy S6 is dying and I don’t have time to plug it into the wall. I’m away from walls with outlets or don’t want to be tied to a wall. I need to be using my phone. What the heck am I going to do?!?
If you have the TYLT Energi Sliding ... Read More »
External battery packs can be your best friend. They’re there for you in a pinch, they can give you that little pick-me-up you need to get you through the rest of they, and they don’t even ask for much in return. All they need is to be plugged into the wall or your computer when you ... Read More »
Alcatel OneTouch has seriously impressed us lately with this year’s mobile device releases, with their unlocked budget Idol 3 variants receiving great reviews. Alcatel OneTouch have figured out how to make budget devices sing and compete in some arenas with current generation flagships. ... Read More »