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Mar 07 AT 2:11 PM Dima Aryeh 4 Comments

G-Project G-POP Bluetooth speaker review

Many of you may have never heard of G-Project, but you definitely should. G-Project makes speakers, many of which are of the Bluetooth variety, but with some big twists. They’re made to be rugged, loud and low-cost. But being low-cost has never stopped the speakers from sounding good. This review will be on the G-POP, ... Read More »

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Dec 23 AT 11:19 AM Nick Gray 10 Comments

BiggiFi review: bringing the Android experience to your TV

Android on your TV isn’t exactly a new concept, but BiggiFi is stepping into the space with a simple device that may change the way you and your family consume media. On the surface, BiggiFi and Chromecast are both HDMI dongles, but that’s where the similarities end. While Chromecast offers a hassle-free media streaming solution from ... Read More »

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Dec 18 AT 1:16 PM Dustin Earley 24 Comments

Motorola Moto G review

If $350 is the new $650, then $200 is the new $350. That’s the best way I can prepare you for the Moto G review you are about to read. Just last year, it seemed crazy that a device like the Nexus 4 could come in at only $349, completely unlocked and off-contract. Google and ... Read More »

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Dec 03 AT 7:33 PM Dustin Earley 23 Comments

Motorola Moto G first impressions

How good can an unlocked, $180, completely contract-free smartphone really be? In the past, paying that little for a phone meant you’d be getting junk. And that was all there was to it. But Motorola is challenging that stigma with the Moto G. A quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor, 4.5-inch HD display and stock Android sound ... Read More »

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Oct 30 AT 2:33 PM Dima Aryeh 31 Comments

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 review

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is the newest phone in the massive (and massively popular) Note lineup, a runaway hit that many doubted would gain any traction in the market. With the huge display comes the S Pen, an active and accurate stylus with some awesome software features. Looking at Samsung’s track record, we know ... Read More »

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Sep 20 AT 11:58 AM Nick Gray 17 Comments

Review: HTC One mini

There may be only a handful of top-tier Android phones on the market at one time, but the mid-range market is constancy flooded with handsets. True, most of these devices feature forgettable designs and specs which would do more good at the bottom of a trash can than inside a phone. But the HTC One ... Read More »

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Sep 12 AT 8:46 AM Sean Riley 25 Comments

Review: Verizon DROID MAXX

The Moto X is unquestionably the flagship device for Motorola this fall. The device is launching on virtually every carrier and is benefiting from hundreds of millions in advertising. However, the Verizon DROID line that kept Motorola in the game for the last several years lives on and is now the exclusive domain ... Read More »

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