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The Lenovo Yoga Book Review – Too cool or too unconventional?

The Lenovo Yoga Book is one of the most unique and attractive devices I've ever seen. I put it up with the Samsung Galaxy...

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...

ExpressVPN Router Review: Fixing the root of the problem

As someone who occasionally uses a VPN to change my location, I do find it a bit annoying when I have several devices that...

The Witti Beddi – A smart alarm clock worth your dough

Everything is getting smart these days. Smart phones, smart appliances, smart... alarm clocks? Yep, alarm clocks too. Because, why not, right? We're working our...

Fitbit Charge 2 review

With phones and apps getting smarter all of the time, it's easy to track your basic movements and activities. Be it counting steps in...

Put an end to dead spots and slow internet in your home with the...

There's a battle going on for control of your home. It's not just for control of smart devices like the Google Home or Amazon...

Nixon Mission Android Wear: One of the best smartwatches to date (review)

Smartwatches never really lived up to analyst's expectations. Many predicted they would be the next major growth market as devices like laptops and tablets...

Daydream View VR review

The Daydream View VR is Google’s latest foray into the world of wearable virtual reality devices. Falling somewhere between its $35 Google Cardboard and...

The Teclast X98 Plus II Android tablet is a nice media viewing device that...

The Android tablet market is terrible. Apple's iPad dominates the landscape in the shrinking overall tablet space and it seems that no-one really cares...

Ocho relojes: The 8 latest smart watches on the market

Asus Zenwatch 2 The Asus ZenWatch turned some heads when it was released in 2014, but with more of the market moving towards round faces, nobody...

LimeLens: 2 Wide angle lenses for your Android

The Low Down What it is: 2 Wide angle lenses Price: $49.99 Where to buy: Directly From Lime Lens  The Get Down For most of us, our...

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...

Samsung Gear Fit2 review

Introduced in June 2016, the Samsung Gear Fit2 is an interesting wearable that positions itself somewhere between a basic fitness band and a smartwatch....

Fitbit Blaze review

As the company’s first take on the traditional every day watch design, the Fitbit Blaze falls somewhere between a smartwatch and an activity tracker. On...

Greenlight: Taking car safety to the next level (Review)

Driving is not an option in our world. We rely heavily on vehicles to get us to where we need to go. Over the...

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Customize your Android with one of these six highly flexible apps

Let's shake things up and customize your Android. A few minutes with these apps and you'll have a totally different interface or set of features.

Google Podcasts app is official and now available in the Play...

Google has finally released the “standalone” Google Podcasts app on the Play Store complete with personalized recommendations and offline playback support.

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