This seems to be the biggest question circulating about the Moto 360 at the moment and understandably so as your smartwatch is pretty well useless if it runs out of power midway through your day.
Some of the early reviews have suggested less than 12 hours of battery life and in my testing ... Read More »
Like most other mid-range phones, the spec sheet of the HTC One remix doesn’t have much to brag about. The phone’s equipped with a 1.4 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor that’s paired with a measly 1GB of RAM. Yes, the KitKat version of Android running on the phone is optimized to work well with just ... Read More »
As the largest smartphone manufacturer in the world, Samsung has a lot to live up to. It’s created oodles of phones and tablets that have helped to move Android into the hands of the mass market, bringing Android to the top in popularity. For 2014, Samsung created a tablet to act as a flagship for ... Read More »
Over the past three days, I’ve covered the hardware, software and performance of the Galaxy Tab S 10.5. And believe it or not, I’m not even to the most important part yet. The battery ... Read More »
Since their breakthrough several years back, tablets have become an integral part of the consumer electronics market. Millions of people use them for all sorts of tasks, ranging from web browsing to Netflix to writing and more. Versatility and portability have become the name of the game for tablets, and the Read More »
For as many features as today phones have, battery power is typically the one spec that gets overlooked the most. We all love our megapixels, quad-core processors and massive displays, but none of those things matter much if the battery used to power them can’t keep your phone alive more than a few hours. Over the past 12 ... Read More »
Since the launch of the original HTC One (M7) in 2013, HTC has been on a UltraPixel kick in an effort to improve the overall camera experience on its One series of handsets. While all of last year’s One handsets had 4-megapixel sensors, HTC has chosen to keep UltraPixels tied directly to its flagship ... Read More »
We already took a look at the Cambridge Audio Minx Go, their portable offering, and as promised we are following that up with the Minx Air 200. The two devices are unmistakably related – save for the button configuration, the design is nearly identical – but the Minx Air 200 is over twice the ... Read More »
The wireless speaker market is divided between traditional tech companies branching into audio and traditional audio companies branching into tech. For most audiophiles the latter group will seem the safer bet as they can feel comfortable that these familiar brands are unlikely to stray from their successful formula with the addition of wireless connectivity.
In ... Read More »
Applying screen protectors is an art. It’s difficult to do decently and nearly impossible to do perfectly. I’m actually very good at applying screen protectors (not to brag) but it’s such a hassle that I hate to do it. Tylt attempts to solve this issue with the Alin screen protector, and I gave it a ... Read More »