Remember back in the ’80s when we saw over-sized cell phones and longed for the day when they would be less cumbersome? Welcome to the future. Cell phones are lighter and thinner and definitely pack more punch than the phone we saw Zach Morris use on Saved By the Bell. However, despite becoming thinner, the ... Read More »
If you haven’t heard of the Android icon pack theme, Stark, you probably aren’t following the Android/Tech world closely enough. Tomorrow, the creator of the Stark theme will release his latest and greatest, Nox. We were lucky enough to preview the new icons, and we think they’re the bee’s knees.
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This isn’t my first review of a Soundfreaq product. In the past, I’ve reviewed two other speakers made by the company, and have grown extremely fond of them. The creation of their speakers stands out because Soundfreaq doesn’t have departments for every step. Rather, it does things a lot more efficiently, keeping the price down ... Read More »
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The Android space may be dominated by Samsung, HTC, Sony and LG, but there are plenty of lesser known brands out there with unique devices that hold their own. The Oppo Find 5 is packed with an incredible array of specs, but can it really compete in a smartphone world dominated by the Samsung Galaxy ... Read More »
Have you ever sat down to watch something on your phone and thought, “Man, I wish I had a bigger screen to watch this on.” I’m willing to bet that many of us have. For years, there hasn’t been a very elegant or cheap solution to this problem. Sure, you could get a micro-USB to ... Read More »
It’s always fun to have the latest and greatest device, but there’s something to be said for phones that pack a punch without bruising your wallet. There are those among us who would rather not pay the lofty prices of high-end smartphones. These consumers instead opt for a phone that’s capable of adeptly handing day-to-day ... Read More »
When it comes to no-contract wireless plans, most of the tech world is completely clueless on how the plans operate and what experiences they provide. I won’t claim to be the top expert on the no-contract world, but I haven’t been under the weight of a wireless contract for over a year and ... Read More »
Last year I made the jump to using unlocked Android phones on no-contract wireless plans, and I couldn’t be happier with the results. I saved a ton of money on my monthly bill, I can choose any Android phone I want, and I no longer have to rely on carriers to deliver my software updates.
Last year I made the jump to using unlocked Android phones on pre-paid wireless plans, and I couldn’t be happier with the results. I saved a ton of money on my monthly bill, I can choose any Android phone I want, and I no longer have to rely on carriers to deliver my software updates.
Earlier this year I started writing buyers’ guides for every carrier, and I intended to update them each month. Then I got fed up with the locked phones and service contracts that the carriers offered, so I ported my number to Google Voice, paid Verizon my $300 early termination fee, signed up for ... Read More »