Things with Google Glass have been a bit quiet recently thanks to Android Wear and the Moto 360 stealing the spotlight. However, the smart glasses are still being worked on and awaiting a full release. And thanks to the latest changes to the Terms of Service, ... Read More »
Smartphones may be able to do pretty much anything, but cellular phones originated for a very specific purpose: mobile voice communication. That’s funny because it’s a huge weakness of every cellphone out there. No matter what network you’re on, call quality is pretty crap these days compared to a Skype chat on a subpar Internet connection.
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We’re no strangers to large phones. My main device is a 5.7-inch Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and I recently reviewed the massive 6.1-inch Huawei Ascend Mate2, a phone with a huge display that’s hard to handle but dang nice to have. That said, I’m not sure that I could possibly ... Read More »
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Here in the US we’ve had the privilege of buying Google Glass for quite a while now, and trust us, we take advantage of it all the time. It’s great! Starting today we’re no longer alone, as Google has announced that Google Glass is now available in the UK for a full £1,000 (equaling $1700).
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The pico projector has returned! When Samsung released the original Galaxy Beam, I thought that the built-in pico projector was really cool. However, the device wasn’t really talked about much afterwards. I thought Samsung had given up on the technology, but with the release of the Galaxy Beam 2 today, ... Read More »
The launch of the Samsung Galaxy S5 is a joyous occasion for many, just as the release a brand new device should be. Unfortunately, not everyone is happy today. On the day of the Galaxy S5 launch, Businessweek has called out Samsung for its dangerous working conditions.
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When it comes to color options for most manufacturers, only the basics are offered when the device is launched. Then over the course of the next year, a few new colors might be offered to entice people to keep buying the device. But what about those who just want a colorful phone from the beginning? ... Read More »
The ASUS PadFone has been a very interesting concept that unfortunately has never made it stateside. It’s a smartphone just like any other Android smartphone. But once slid into the back of its tablet housing, it becomes a full fledged tablet, complete with the large 10-inch user interface and all of your apps molded to ... Read More »
Just a day before Shield was set to launch (and only six days after announcing the official date), NVIDIA has been forced to push back the release of their Tegra 4 powered gaming handheld. The culprit is an unspecified mechanical defect found in the final hardware.
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The Samsung Galaxy S III is shaping up to be the most uniform non-iPhone launch across U.S. carriers in recent memory and certainly in Android history with all four major carriers releasing identical hardware (AT&T’s odd Verizon-red option notwithstanding) within just weeks of one another.
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