Those who were big fans of the Moto X series of devices were understandably a little hesitant when leaks eventually lead to an announcement of the Moto Z. Sometimes a name is just a name, but in this instance, the Moto Z looked like the next step above the Moto X. ... Read More »
When the first Moto G launched in 2013, it brought with it a shift in the mobile landscape. It wasn’t the first affordable phone with decent specs, but nothing before it felt quite as nice, in so many ways, for such little money.
Fast forward three years and Lenovo has just released the fourth generation of Moto ... Read More »
The mobile landscape has shifted dramatically over the past few years. Companies that once reigned supreme are now struggling to stay afloat, while newcomers have arrived at the table and quickly made their way to the top. Among these newcomers are Chinese companies such as Huawei, Xiaomi, and OnePlus, all of which are working hard ... Read More »
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Quick Charge-compatible car chargers are getting very common these days, but many only have one port. Those with multiple ports often have a single Quick Charge port, which is unfortunate for passengers or tablet dash installs. (A standard port can’t keep up with an in-use tablet in the car. Ask me how I know.) The ... Read More »
TYLT is no stranger to crowdfunding, having a proven record of successful campaigns. When I first heard of TYLT in 2013, they were Kickstarting their TYLT VU wireless charger and they immediately caught my eye. I loved the design of the TYLT VU and still think it’s one of the best wireless chargers you can ... Read More »
It seems the market for Bluetooth headphones is quickly growing as the headphones themselves get lighter and more affordable. This offering from 1byone is a pretty basic one, but it’s also pretty surprising.
The ink pen is a common accessory for students, professionals, bloggers, travelers and more. It secures a unique place as a classic and reliable form of communication with the ability to write on a number of different surfaces. For some, the type of pen matters not; as long as it writes, it works. For others, ... Read More »
Devices are getting more and more power hungry, so batteries are growing in size. But charging has long remained fairly slow. If your phone is dead midday, you’ll be stuck by a charger for quite a while before it’s ready to go for a few more hours. But Quick Charge changed that, allowing devices to ... Read More »
Micro USB cables are a hassle. While many don’t think much of it, you have to check if you’re inserting the cable the right way every time you plug your phone in. If you’re not looking attentively (and let’s be fair, both sides look almost identical), you’re shoving a round peg into a square hole. ... Read More »
Wireless charging is about convenience and nothing else. It’s about not having to find the charging cable and not having to make sure you’re plugging the cable in the right way (though USB Type-C does solve this). It’s about your mobile device having its own little happy place on your desk or in your car where ... Read More »