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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...

Sony X10 The GutReactionReview(TM) (Updated)

By: Michael SchmidtOkay, I’ve had the X10 since 8:30pm last night now (but I had to sleep some) so here is my initial...

Huawei Honor (U8860) Review

What's to like: Fans of stock Android experience will enjoy the Huawei Honor's simple interface that sits atop Android 2.3 Gingerbread.  The battery pretty...

Galaxy S 5, Is It Really The Best? A Review

The Samsung Galaxy S 5 is disappointing in precisely one area, build quality. But even in that, it's slightly better than the previous member...

Samsung GALAXY Note Edge review. The next big thing is here.

Innovators take chances.  Without people taking chances we would not make progress.  Can you imagine a world without smartphones?  Prior to the iPhone, the...
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Nextbook Ares 11 2-in-1 Hybrid Android tablet/laptop review

The Nextbook Ares 11 2 in 1 comes preinstalled with Android 5.0 Intel Atom Quad-Core 1.8GHz processor, 64GB of internal memory with a microSD card slot...

ilumi Bluetooth Smartbulb: Add some color to your lights

When it comes to technology in our homes, one of the last things we probably think of is our light bulbs. I imagine that...

Fluance Fi50 speaker review, the best bluetooth speaker under $200?

We've reviewed a ton of Bluetooth speakers over the years here at AndroidGuys. There are thousands on the market and a search on Amazon...

XGIMI CC Aurora review: Android smart projector that falls short in important places

The XGIMI CC Aurora is a smart projector that shows the future but still lives in the present and past. The lack of accessories and the absence of Google Play integration are real obstacles to the CC Aurora's success in the smart projector market.

Samsung Galaxy Tab: Reviewed

After reading about the Samsung Galaxy Tab for what seemed like years (JK, it was only two months) I never thought it would come to the carriers much less to my house. I have owned the Archos and Augen versions of the mythical Android tablet and for my money, I believe Samsung got it right and all this without a proper tablet OS.

Samsung Galaxy S III review (Sponsored Post)

What we liked: The Samsung Galaxy S III is heavy on hardware, but even heavier on experience. The leading-edge specs easily put it at the...

Netgear ReadyNAS RN102 review

As someone who spends much of his day working from the Chrome OS, I have become a huge fan of clouds. Be it Dropbox,...

Micromax Yu Yureka review: A new benchmark for budget smartphones?

This phone has been making waves since the day its specifications were leaked. Running on the much talked about CyanogenMod OS, Micromax’s budget smartphone...

Nexus 5X first impressions. The REAL flagship killer has just stood up.

I know it is too soon to say the Nexus 5X is the real flagship killer that the OnePlus 2 claims to be, but...

MEEM: Mirror your Life!

Charging cable, app, memory, in a nutshell, this is MEEM. The MEEM cable is a product that never crossed my mind as something that would...
 
 

PODCAST: Exclusive interview with Visible CEO Miguel Quiroga

This week we had the chance to sit down with Visible CEO Miguel Quiroga and learn a bit about the digital service provider. Listen in and enjoy!

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How to hide Android lock screen notifications

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