Flip cases serve a decent purpose in the smartphone world, offering more functionality than protection. They certainly aren’t for users that have a habit of dropping their devices often. But
Boomshine is an addictive casual game. The point of this game is to start a chain reaction and try to explode as many dots as you can. The concept is simple,
The Native Union POP DESK is a beautifully crafted retro handset system for your cell phone, Skype calls, and more. Using your smartphone with the Pop Desk allows for an
Having already posted about the X-Mini speaker range and its incredible potential given its size, you can imagine that when the guys over at Xmi Pte Ltd sent me a
Casio dove into the world of smartphone connected and smart watches in 2011 with technology improving daily. While not your average smartwatch, this is a very durable Casio G-Shock with
Samsung has really outdone themselves in sticking to their Galaxy line’s mantra “The Next Big Thing” With a gorgeous 12.2 inch display this device will confuse most lay-people who witness
I know, I know. The last thing we’re all looking for is another addictive puzzle game. But Compulsive is so addicting that we can’t let it go! The premise is
There is no shortage of puzzle games in the Play Store, but Colorem: Color Blocks Wisely offers a fresh spin on the familiar puzzle game concept. The concept is simple.
The Kingston DataTraveler microDuo is an amazing little device that answers a desperate need. At first glance the device looks like an ordinary thumb-drive, but upon closer inspection, you can
Looking for a great pair of wireless headphones to use with your Android? Look no further! The Mpow Bluetooth 4.0 Foldable Headphones are a great addition to your phone accessory
When you first pick the device up, before turning it on, you’ll swear it’s no bigger than any 7 inch tablet you’ve used before. Just know that your mind is
The popular iOS app, Timehop, is finally on Android, and it’s here to make you feel infinitely nostalgic. Timehop gives it’s users an easy way to look back in time.
If you’re a power user like myself, you may notice that stock and most manufacturer versions of Android do not let you have two programs on your screen at once.