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 »
Alcatel OneTouch is doing its best to stir things up in the budget/unlocked phone market. Hardware for mobile is getting to the point where budget no longer means poor performance. Just a couple of years ago, I would never have recommended anyone buy a budget device. In my opinion, the poor experience that went along ... Read More »
When you see something like swappable filters in a pair of earphones, you can’t help but be intrigued. The Trinity Audio Delta is a pretty high-end product, made of aluminum and featuring swappable filters that can change the tone of your audio to fit your preference. I couldn’t help but be excited to give them a ... Read More »
While the Pebble may have ushered in the modern smartwatch, the Moto 360 set the precedent for just how gorgeous a smartwatch could be. Its round metal body made it look more like a classic timepiece than any smartwatch before it. And its bright colorful display, including the now charming flat tire, ... Read More »
If you were to say to me that you had $400 to spend on an Android phone and you were looking for recommendations, I would barely know where to start. That much money can buy you any number of decent phones now, but each is not without its caveats. So thanks to things like invite ... Read More »
In a world with Google, where our searches and Google Docs can be transcribed from our speech, the necessity of typing or physically writing things down is diminishing rapidly. But there are countless situations where writing is still absolutely necessary. We can’t vocally take notes on our phones or computers during a lecture. We can’t always ... Read More »
I don’t usually review earphones, but it’s an Android accessory many of us use daily. Everything from media consumption to phone calls are handled by the earbuds we carry every day, and price/durability is a balance that’s hard to strike.
Microphone: Yes Button compatibility: Android/iOS/Windows/Blackberry Price: $49.99 Where to buy: Read More »
The ZTE Spro 2 was announced at CES the beginning of the of this year. This is ZTE’s follow up to their original Sprint LivePro, which is simply a portable projector that runs Android with a display that has ... Read More »