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

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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 make these 2 popular Droid phones up to date, at least until we see the next version of Android released at Google I/O. First things first, the lockscreen has been ...

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Samsung Galaxy S III review

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After months of rumors and lofty expectations we get to put the Galaxy S III to the test.

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Toshiba Excite 13 review

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

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Early impressions: Kyocera Hydro, Rise

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As some of you may already be aware, Kyocera this week announced a pair of new Android smartphones. One one hand we have waterproof Hydro and on the other, the sliding QWERTY Rise. Although the company has yet to announce any carrier or pricing details, they are letting CTIA attendees play with ...

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Review: Verizon Motorola Droid 4

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The Droid line from Motorola and Verizon has made quite a stir over the years, and has almost set itself apart from the “Android” platform. Donned with an ultra techie moniker that any Star Wars fan would be able to relate, we’re  on the 4th iteration of this lineup, which is ...

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Pantech Burst review

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Can Pantech compete with bigger players with their $50 4G LTE Android?

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DBEST speaker reviews London Solo, London Duo (PS4001, PS4003)

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We recently spent some time playing around with a couple of portable speaker options from a UK-based outfit known as DBEST. The company was gracious enough to provide us a sample of their London PS4001BT and London Duo PS4001BT Bluetooth Rechargeable Mini-Speakers. As you all know, it’s ...

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Review: Motorola’s Droid Razr Maxx, the model of insane battery life

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If you’re like me, you use your device heavily, which tends to drain the battery. Extended batteries are always an option, but they typically add noticeable thickness to a device. Motorola is seeking to solve this issue with the Droid Razr Maxx, a newer variant of the Droid Razr, known ...

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Jawbone ICON HD Bluetooth Headset – [Review]

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Just like with my Jawbone JAMBOX, the packaging for Jawbone products are premium and are a prelude to what will be found inside.  Maybe not as good as Apple iDevices yet but they are getting close.  At first glance the Jawbone ICON HD could be just another bluetooth headset…not so.  With ...

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Huawei Honor (U8860) Review

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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 much delivers on its promises of a considerably longer standby and talk times. What’s to be desired: A U.S. carrier would ...

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Samsung Galaxy Nexus [Review]

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Samsung Illusion [Review]

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Last month, Verizon unveiled the Samsung Illusion as an option for the money conscious smartphone consumer. This phone may be lacking in specs, but for a $79.99 price tag, Samsung didn’t leave much room for complaining. One thing I failed to mention in my video review below is how annoyed ...

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Motorola Admiral [Review]

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The Motorola Admiral was announced late October as the first Android-powered smartphone with Sprint Direct Connect. I had the opportunity to get some hands-on time with the device and want to share with you guys my opinions on this “business ready,” “military grade,” ...

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Samsung Transform Ultra on Boost Mobile [Review]

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Its seems that lately, all the “good” Android phones have been locked into a 2 year contract with one of the top carriers. It’s very rare that a pre-paid service provider like Boost Mobile or Virgin Mobile, produces a high end (or at least decent) smart phone. With the addition of ...

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Logitech Bluetooth Keyboard for Android 3.0+ [Review]

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If you are looking to “up” your typing expierence on your tablet, you might want to check out the Logitech Tablet Keyboard for Android 3.0+. Logitech offers this keyboard for $69.99 and it really packs a punch. In the box you get the keyboard and a keyboard case/tablet stand, you ...

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