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Cooper joined AndroidGuys in June of 2014. While he can't go around buying the latest and greatest, he is always reading up on the latest Android news. Currently, Cooper is using a HTC One m8 as his daily driver with a Moto G (2014) as a back up device.

News and Rumors

Google announces the limited-edition Skrillex Live Case

Editions is a new series from Google in which “creative collaborations” are contracted to design limited-edition cases. The first creative collaborator is Skrillex. Skrillex has produced three designs based on

News and Rumors

The end of the spec war

With the rate that mobile hardware is advancing, the specs of a device become less and less important. This is repeatedly shown by devices like the Moto E/G, our Moto E

News and Rumors

ReVault: World’s first wearable private cloud

It is often said that more memory space on a phone is unnecessary with the advancements in cloud storage. People have gone as far as saying that on-board memory and

Hardware Reviews

Kinivo BTX450: Bluetooth speaker review

I have had the great pleasure of having the Kinivo BTX450 on my desk for quite a while now. While it might not be the best for music, it is

News and Rumors

Google continues pushing for mobile friendly webpages

Google recently announced on their blog a plan to change how you see search results. They made a reference to an issue that all smartphone users know all too well. The

News and Rumors

Couchlet crowdfunding project brings power to your couch and bed

A time ago, multiple people close to me have complained about having back pains due to laying in awkward positions while on the couch or in bed. The awkward positions

Deals & Steals

DODOcase Cardboard VR viewer being offered for free

After writing up my post concerning Works with Google Cardboard, I started looking around for a virtual reality viewer for myself and stumbled upon this deal. DODOcase is currently offering

News and Rumors

Google announces “Works with Google Cardboard”

Google announces the “Works with Google Cardboard” project in an attempt to breath some life into their VR product and app. If you are unfamiliar with this cheap virtual reality

Tips & Tricks

Watch out for fake devices when buying from a third party!

This should be common sense now, but just be warned. There are some pretty convincing fake devices floating around that you can get burned on. When you are buying a device

Deals & Steals

Deal: Chromecast for $20 refurbished

Quick reminder, a Chromecast is a small HDMI dongle that allows people to “cast” media to a display with a HDMI port. It is a nice little device that makes

News and Rumors

Cyanogen OS 12 update rolling out for the OnePlus One

Despite all of the drama around these two companies, Cyanogen Inc. finally has released Cyanogen OS 12 (not to be confused with CyanogenMod) for the OnePlus One. If you had

News and Rumors

Galaxy S6 Active receives Bluetooth certification

The Galaxy S6 Active is getting closer to its official release. A device currently titled as “SM-G890A” has been spotted on Bluetooth.org. What we know about the Galaxy S6 Active

Deals & Steals

DEAL: 15 games for 15 cents each by HandyGames

If you are like me and have $0.53 left in Google Play Store credits, you know how hard it is to find an app that you can use that money

Deals & Steals

Deal: KMASHI 10000mAh External Battery Pack for under $15

If you had over to Amazon, you can pick up a KMASHI external battery charger for dirt cheap. This isn’t one of those poor performing 100mAh lipstick chargers either, this is

News and Rumors

Uh Oh, iFixIt teardown of the M9 shows you shouldn’t try to repair it yourself

The unibody build of the M9 makes it a though nut to crack. iFixIt has bravely dove underneath the M9 undeterred by the unfriendly design of the M8. HTC just