It’s really a tech lover’s dream backpack. It’s got all the bells and whistles. It’s very well thought out and executed with top-end materials. It doesn’t cut corners. The Energi+ Backpack by TYLT is the portable charging backpack for the tech lover who is on the go.
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The Tylt Energi 2K is a very simple device combining two separate devices: a travel charger and a portable battery pack. It looks like a regular old travel charger, which converts your wall socket to a USB port, but also includes a built in battery to charge your devices on the go. But is it ... Read More »
It’s important for your devices to last you at least one day of use. You don’t want to be carrying around a useless device just because the battery ran out. That’s why there’s so much focus on the battery size in the current crop of Android Wear watches. The Gear Live has a 300 mAh ... Read More »
We’ve had WQHD displays in smartphones for a little while now, starting with the LG G3. Other devices are now coming out with a WQHD resolution, like the freshly announced Galaxy Note 4, which is sure to be really popular. The high ... Read More »
Researchers from Stanford University have unlocked a potentially game-changing discovery in the world of batteries: stable lithium anodes. As smartphones continue to advance, batteries remain woefully behind. Thus, larger batteries are simply added to every new smartphone. But this latest news brings a new hope for batteries by transforming a traditional lithium-ion ... Read More »
If you haven’t heard yet, the TSA recently started cracking down on people bringing discharged electronics on board some international flights. For the safety of everyone, devices that cannot be turned on will not be allowed onto these flights, so ... Read More »
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean brought us Project Butter, Google’s attempt at optimizing the visuals of Android to take advantage of the hardware and be as smooth as possible. It made our devices a whole lot smoother. With the latest version of Android, currently referred to as Android L, Google has a new project in store ... Read More »
These days, smartphone batteries are competent enough to get us through a day at work with medium usage, but heavy use starts kills. Devices like the Galaxy Note 3 (3200 mAh) incorporate larger batteries, while devices like the Droid MAXX are made for large batteries (the Droid MAXX has a very impressive 3500 mAh battery). ... Read More »
Since the unveiling of the HTC One series, the main complaint we have heard about the phones was HTC’s decision to deliver devices with non-replaceable batteries. There are quite a few reasons why average users may want the ability to swap out a battery, but the main concern most people have centers around battery performance.
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While putting the final touches on the HTC One X software, HTC’s developers managed to place an application in the wrong directory, causing some issues for the Tegra 3 power management software on the phone. The misplaced NvCPLSvc.apk file was discovered in the /system/bin folder by mike1986 while developing a custom ROM for the ... Read More »