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[Review] Lock up your valuables with the LockSmart Mini

No more fumbling with your keys in the dark. With Bluetooth-enabled locks, Australian-based company Dog & Bone envisions a "keyless future". I spent a...

verykool’s Spark II lights world on fire at $169.00

Android devices are in a war of budget phones. While many of the flagship devices have calmed down to having minor annual updates, there...

Jabra Stealth review

 The Good Fantastic design, with ergonomic featuresSuperb sound qualityGoogle Now integrationPlethora of added ear tips, for added comfortThe Bad Limited Google Now integrationLimited, added...

Sony Ericsson X10 mini Unboxing

I was fortunate enough to receive a review unit of the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini handset today so I thought I would share...

Hands-on with Blu Life Pure

Initial Design at a Glance The Blu Life Pure features a 5.0" 1080p display, 1.5GHz quad-core processor, 13MP rear/5MP front-facing camera, 2GB RAM and more....
Moto G 2015 Featured

Is the Moto G 2015 the King of mid-range devices?

As the last week has proven, the majority of everyone cares more about those high-priced, powerful phones that dominate headlines for weeks. Not only...

Live by EarlySense will tell you how good (or bad) your sleep is (Review)

A few years ago fitness trackers were all the rage. Not only were there companies like Fitbit focusing directly on health monitoring but the...

Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE Review

Samsung has been on a huge roll as of late, and they're looking to continue that with the Galaxy Victory 4G LTE. The Victory...

A quick review of Android 4.0.4 ICS on the Droid RAZR MAXX

Android 4.0.4 is finally rolling out to the Verizon Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR MAXX, and we got our hands on it. The update will...

Get instant temperatures with Robocat’s Thermodo

How many times have you looked at your Google Now or other weather related service to see the temperature only say it's 80 degrees...

Wren Sound Systems PlayFi V5PF review

When I first got the opportunity to review the Wren Sound Systems PlayFi, I was  skeptical of the build and audio quality of this...

Review: Otter Box Commuter Case for Droid Incredible

Cell phones are great, but (for the most part) without a case, well, thats how people ruin them. Otter Box has come up with...

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...

Inateck BK1002E Bluetooth Keyboard review

Today we are taking a look at the Inateck BK1002E Bluetooth keyboard. As you may recall, we reviewed the BK1003E a few weeks back...

Toshiba Excite 13 review

Perhaps one of the most polarizing tablets we've encountered, the Excite 13 is certainly niche. Right for some, totally wrong for everyone else.
 
 

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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