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Blu Products is one of our favourite trendy brands featuring a variety of devices to meet the needs of smartphone consumers alike. AndroidGuys had a chance to have some of our
Motorola today announced it has trimmed its Moto 360 Face-Off submissions down to the top 10. After kicking off in mid-May, the hardware maker received more than 1,300 entries which run
Nike said that it won’t make an Android application for Fuelband, that was February last year. More recently they announced they’ll focus on software rather than hardware, in other words
Question….You love your dad, right? That’s cool, we love him, too. He’s a pretty stand-up dude and he’s always got our back. Ok, another question… what did you get him
We’re huge fans of changing the home screen around a bit and creating a new user experience for our Android. So much so that we present our ongoing series of Get
Fingerprint sensors seem to be the next big thing when it comes to mobile devices, but have you ever thought about having them in your smartwatch? The company behind the
Since the debut of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, Android users have been privy to an increasingly cool experience known as Google Now. Baked into the search app for Android, it’s
The second half of the year will be a fun one to watch if you’re into smartwatches. New reports surfacing online tell us that HTC’s planned smartwatch will be called
LG’s hot new flagship smartphone, the G3, might not be available in your neck of the woods for a few more weeks but that doesn’t mean you can’t copy its
If you’re still interested in the original Samsung Galaxy Gear despite the fact Samsung introduced its next generation of wearable watches Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit, we’ve got just the thing for you.
Up for review today is the Harman Kardon Onyx Studio, a Bluetooth speaker exclusively offered through Sprint. Priced at $399.99, we had high hopes for the device, especially after having
Here’s the latest flagship Huawei smartphone, the Ascend P7. Read more about its announcement here.
Face it, there’s a ton of portable and wireless speaker options out there. And, with prices ranging from $40-$400 it’s easy to find something that fits your budget. But, as
There is no shortage of great social networks that are focused on sharing pictures. Frontback (which initially gained popularity on iOS some time ago) has made the leap to Android,