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FiiO X7 Android-powered digital audio player review

The growing desire for higher audio quality means that Android is showing more presence in the digital audio player (DAP) world. Folks may see...

Bluboo Maya Max: Massive potential but massive disappointment (phone review)

Before we get into the review, I want to start out with a bit of an explanation. I've had the Bluboo Maya Max for around...

Color Switch: a colorful, timing-based puzzle for all skill levels [Review]

Summary Color Switch is a timing-based puzzle fit for all ages. It is frustratingly addicting and, if played for too long, will make you see...

Omaker 3-in-1 Universal Car Phone Mount review

We've got a question for you today. When you get in the car to drive somewhere, where do you put your phone? Please tell...

Plantronics BackBeat GO 3 review: Lose the wires but not the...

Wireless earphones are a dime a dozen, but that doesn't mean that it's easy to choose one. On the contrary, making sure that you...

RHA T20 in-ear headphones review: A metal-clad looker that isn’t just...

In-ear headphones are aplenty out there. However, there are some that notably standout in the crowd. Don't be fooled by their size, they can undergo some...

The Abandoned Review

It's rare to find a full-fledged 3D action adventure game on the Google Play store that's worth any investment. Gaijin Distribution hopes to change...

BlackBerry Priv review: Maybe BlackBerry shouldn’t die

I need to start by saying that I've never owned a BlackBerry device. I've never found them attractive, and as Android grew over the...

Blu Vivo XL review

Blu Products is an American-based (Miami, FL.) smartphone maker who has been around since 2009. With a primary focus on Android and Windows handsets,...

Instincts: A blast from the past [review]

We're always looking for things to tickle our nostalgia bone. Some of us use pictures, some of us pull out our old PS2 or...

Samsung’s S7 edge Wireless Charging Battery Pack is convenient and extremely...

I have been using the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge for just about a month now, and have been reviewing as many accessories as I...

Roqos Core review

The Roqos Core is a router that packs a 64-bit quad-core 2GHz processor, 2GB RAM, and 8GB of internal storage. Yes, it sounds like...

Columns Jungle: It’s a start (Review)

Overview Match three gems in a row in this puzzle style game by switching the order of the color columns while they fall. But don’t...
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Join by joaoapps: Best thing since Pushbullet (Review)

Overview When Pushbullet went paid, everyone freaked out. Every well-known tech site scrambled to get something along the lines of "Best alternatives to Pushbullet" on...

The Toast 100% real wood skin for the Samsung Galaxy S7...

Back in February I reviewed a real wood skin, by Toast, that covered the metal exoskeleton of my Huawei Nexus 6P. It was one of the...
 
 

Opera bakes VPN into latest browser release

The Opera web browser has long been a user-minded company and today the company continues that tradition by adding a VPN free of charge.

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How to use Google Maps offline

If you're headed somewhere new or have a spotty cell connection where you live then you'll want to check out our guide on how to use Google Maps offline and make sure you never get lost again.
 
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