HTC has been around the block with Android, even creating the very first Android phone. Another thing that the company revolutionized was the area of manufacturer-designed user interfaces. With the launch of its Sense UI, HTC began a trend of creating custom UIs that has continued to this day. As ... Read More »
2015 has been a big year for phones, with both Samsung and LG stepping outside of their comfort zones to create phones that are truly competitive. HTC, however, took 2015 as something of a break year, simply giving an iterative update to its flagship, the HTC One. The HTC One M9 is the latest ... Read More »
Way back at the CES in January 2015, TYLT announced the 4.8 Amp RIBBN Car Charger, an obvious update to TYLT’s popular BAND charger. However, it only just recently become available for us to purchase, play with, and keep our devices charged and happy. TYLT sent us a RIBBN in our Android and Me favorite hue of green. We ... Read More »
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The Moto 360 is no stranger to discounts lately, but today’s deal at Best Buy is particularly notable because it brings the standard leather band model all the way down to $149.99. The metal bands are similarly discounted, bringing them to just $199, with the champagne gold still commanding a slight premium at $229.
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You can’t deny that my Nexus 6 looks awesome.
The Galaxy S6 is a complete reinvention of the Galaxy S line for Samsung and one that many users have been clamoring for since the Galaxy S II. While Samsung rose to global smartphone dominance during this time, it was perennially criticized for the construction quality of the phones, its bloated software and some key ... Read More »
Alcatel OneTouch has managed to do what so many companies fail so terribly at in so many ways. Many companies seem to be so concerned about their phone being the next it thing with the it design that they miss the mark completely. Today’s flagship phones cost consumers upwards of $700 without a contract. With $700, you ... Read More »
And by nature, I mean a wireless charger made with bamboo and a wireless charging power bank that looks like a rock.
When I was initially told I’d be reviewing a wireless charging power bank, I couldn’t think of a single use case for it. It didn’t make any sense to me. I love wireless ... Read More »
Low-cost Android smartphones have almost always gotten a bad rap because of the compromises made with their processors, the quality of their screens, and more in order to achieve a low price. That’s changed recently, though, with affordable Android phones becoming increasingly attractive to shoppers on a budget. Motorola has played a large role in ... Read More »
I really like wireless charging. I love the convenience of it, and it’s basically a deal breaker for me if a phone doesn’t have wireless charging these days. I like it so much I own all sorts of wireless chargers and have them all around my home and on my desk at work. I also spend ... Read More »