I still love my Nexus 5


Technology is a train that stops for no one. It moves faster and faster every day, leaving our relatively new devices in the dust as the next stop quickly approaches. I find myself hearing a certain quote a lot during my time browsing for the latest tech news. “The Next Big Thing is ...

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Antutu: Top performing smartphones for Q1 2015


With Quarter 1 of 2015 already behind us, we can look back at the top performing phones of the year so far. Popular benchmarking app Antutu have released their scores for Q1 of 2015 and perhaps of no surprise the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge tops the charts with over 10000 points higher ...

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Unofficial CyanogenMod 12.1 ROM released for Moto G 2014


For CM lovers out there you’ll be glad to hear that CyanogenMod 12.1 has been released for the 2014 Moto G which brings Android 5.1 to the device. It’s an unofficial and early release which means there may be a few bugs and issues to begin with; however, according to the XDA forums ...

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Amazon now selling Cricket Wireless BYOD Starter Kit

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Today, Cricket Wireless announced a partnership with Amazon to sell its Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Universal SIM Card Activation Kit for $9.99. The kit allows customers to switch to Cricket by free activation (online or via phone) for a new or existing device with a phone number. It comes ...

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Google Play Games Player Analytics now available to developers


Google has done a lot of work in the past couple of years to implement a better way to game on mobile. When they introduced Google Play Games, a whole new world opened up to developers for users to save their progress, play online, play multi-player games, and more. Well now Google is expanding ...

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LG gives away free Google Cardboards to make virtual reality mainstream


In a bid to integrate virtual reality (VR) to day to day life, LG is giving away Google Cardboards for free with the G3. Google Cardboard can be paired with LG G3 to play various VR games and VR-compatible apps that can be downloaded from Google Play. “While still in its infancy, this is ...

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Sony Xperia Z4 specs purportedely show up on GFXBench


Rumors and leaks surrounding Sony’s next flagship, the Xperia Z4, have been relatively quiet. We saw the Galaxy S6/S6 edge, HTC One M9, and now the LG G4 being leaked, but nothing too revealing on the Xperia Z4. Yesterday, some specs of a device, purportedly to be the Xperia Z4, leaked ...

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TED, MTV, Pac-12 and Qello Concerts now on Chromecast


For 35 dollars, you can pick up Google’s Chromecast to play video and music through your TV.  Nothing special required other than a smartphone or tablet, the Chromecast is just a dongle that plugs directly into your HDMI port on your TV. In keeping up with the competition, Roku, Apple TV, ...

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Our favorite April Fools topics (2015)


Yep, it’s that day of the year where you have to be careful with what you read and even more careful of what you believe? Why? Because companies and websites everywhere will try to trick you into thinking they have some elaborate new endeavor or product coming. April Fools jokes can ...

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Samsung Galaxy S6 seems to be water-resistant, but not water proof


Yesterday we saw the new Samsung Galaxy S6 receive a beating that it handled surprisingly well. Following that, we have another test that shows what the phone can handle when water is involved. If you were hoping to take your Galaxy S6 SCUBA diving with you, this news will be disappointing to ...

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Inbox by Gmail adds custom snooze times

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Inbox by Gmail has been one of the best things to happen to my email. What used to be something that was terrifying has become more of a breeze and not so much to tackle. “Inbox Zero” used to be a myth, and is now something I see on a regular basis. One of the features... Read More

LG invitations may signal April 28 arrival of G4


LG has sent out invitations to events being held on April 28th and April 29th in New York, London, Paris, Seoul, Singapore, and Istanbul. The invite reads “See the great, feel the great,” with each “G” stylized as the logo of the LG G lineup. Likely, this will be the G4. ...

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Raw speed test pits the Galaxy S6 Edge against the iPhone 6

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The latest flagship device from Samsung boasts the most powerful processor on the market, enough RAM to equal some consumer computers, and a state of the art curved display; but how does it stack up against the competition? Sure, it’s one of the best Android devices on the market, but ...

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Cyntur’s 12,000mAh battery charges electronics AND jumps cars

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There are some things all travelers need for emergency situations. A backpack, a water bottle, some cash, and above all else, a 12,000mAh lithium-ion device. Capable of jumping vehicles of up to 8 cylinders and weighing less than a pound is Cyntur’s new JumperPack mini. “The ...

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Oontz Angle Bluetooth speaker, $19.99


Bring the power of Bluetooth audio into your home with this portable speaker from Cambridge Soundworks. The Oontz Angle is compact, features a 10 hour battery life, and has a ton of great reviews. You’ll find it difficult to narrow down a better Bluetooth speaker for under $20 (Prime eligible)!

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