Charge Your Phone and Tablet in the Car with Bracketron Dual USB Charger

We can imagine many of you have run into a situation where you desperately need to charge your phone in the car on the way home from work.  The problem?  That guy in your car pool has already claimed the cigarette lighter plug.  What you need is a workaround.  More specifically, you need ...

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Will Reviews 3 Free Android Apps

As the title and video suggest, I’ve done a quick review of Zedge, Mystic Halo, and QuickPic (which I did a written review of earlier this week). The video also contains a bit of Android news. If you’d like to try any of these apps for yourself, you can download them using their ...

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QuickPic: A Brief Review

Personally, I’m not a huge fan of the photo gallery application found on the Samsung Galaxy S2. QuickPic is a nice free app that shows all of your pictures in a nice clear format. As QuickPic is a free app, I can’t make too many complaints. Pinch-to-zoom would be a welcomed feature, ...

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Review: Classic Notes for Android

If you haven’t heard of Classic Notes by Fluffy Delusions, you’re definitely missing out. Classic Notes is the most functional, usable, versatile app I’ve ever come across, and that’s saying something. It allows the user to take notes and make to-do lists, as well as a ...

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Kanex MHL HDMI Adapter Brings HDMI Mirroring to a Number of Android Devices (Review)

Kanex has released their new MHL HDMI Adapter today, adding a new level of function and fun to a number of Android devices*. What is it and how does it work? In short, the adapter converts your handset’s micro USB port into fully operational HDMI output. I spent the weekend playing with ...

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Sprinkle (Review)

Late last week we informed you of Sprinkle hitting the Android Market, a game where you help an alien species inhabiting Titan, one of the moons of Saturn. Earthlings have crashed through Saturn’s rings, sending meteors crashing into Titan, it’s your job to help this alien race by ...

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Toshiba Thrive Review

At first blush, the Toshiba Thrive could be mistaken for a “rugged” Android tablet.  Given the thick design and ridged back side, it’s easy to see why someone might skip on by this device and on to more sleek and sophisticated-looking devices.  You know, devices from bigger names such as ...

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Joint Review: LTE Galaxy Tab 10.1 and TouchWiz UX

The BBQ master himself, Ray Walters, did a video review of Samsung’s newest flagship tablet, the Tab 10.1, back in June. Since then, Verizon has released a 4G LTE version of the device, and they were kind enough to send us one for review.

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Review: PODSTA Smartphone Stand and Holder

I’ve been using a new smart phone holder/stand over the last few weeks that I thought I would share it with you guys and gals.  It’s called PODSTA and it’s a soft and squishy universal way to display your favorite Android phone.  The design allows for both landscape and ...

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Review: Pops for Android

If you’re looking to spice up your mobile notifications a bit, you might just want to check out a new Android application called Pops. Pops is a full rework of your Android notifications, and it provides a neat little animation (or user uploaded video) instead of just a ringtone and a new ...

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Sweet Headphones for you “Wanna-Be” Vamps out There!

For all you fans of the show True Blood, headset manufacturer V-Moda has created two sets of premium listening devices to show off your devotion to the dark side. Shown above is the on ear "V-80 Trueblood", check out the "Revamp" model after the break as well as our review of the two devices.

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Sixteen Essential Cooking Apps for Your Android Device

Face it –  at some point in your life, you are going to have to prepare  a meal for yourself. Maybe your wife will be out of town or your college buddies will be at school.  Or maybe mom has finally kicked you out on your own and you’v run out of Doritos.  What are... Read More

Review: PhotoJoJo Lenses

If you’re looking to step up your phone’s camera a bit, check out these two awesome lenses from PhotoJoJo that make your phone like a mini DSLR. PhotoJoJo sent me their two mobile phone lenses, a fisheye lens and macro/wide angle lens. The two are very special in achieving different ...

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Droid 3 Review

From the first, to the second, and now the third, the Droid series has been one of the most promoted and well-known Android devices on the market (at least in the U.S.). The Droid 3 was defiantly a huge upgrade from the Droid 2, which lacked some key features for its time.

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HTC Status Review

If Facebook is your thing, you will probably be interested in the HTC Status from AT&T. To start, here is a general overview of the Status. The specs include: Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread 800 MHz Processor 512MB RAM 512MB Internal Storage 2.6″ HVGA (480×320) Display 2GB Micro SD ...

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