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    Lenovo Yoga 10 Review

    Lenovo‘s Yoga series has made a name for themselves in the industry pushing the ...

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    HTC One (M8) Review: The best just got better

    Today we have gotten our hands on the all new HTC One M8, T-Mobile variant.  The phone is based ...

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    Phonejoy game controller shipping to Kickstarters, here’s our review

    With all the games that are available on mobile devices, many gamers are relying on virtual ...

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    X-Mini ME Speaker Review

    Having already posted about the X-Mini speaker range and its incredible potential given its ...

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    Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note Pro LTE review

    Samsung has really outdone themselves in sticking to their Galaxy line’s mantra ...

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I’ve Got Cliq Envy

When I was a young boy in Catholic school, I was always taught that envy was one of the Seven Deadly Sins.  As of yesterday, I am heading to the confessional because of the early Christmas present I got my wife this weekend, the Motorola Cliq from T-Mobile. As a rule, I am an early... Read More

App Review: GeoBeagle

Geocaching is a high-tech treasure hunting game played throughout the world by adventure seekers equipped with GPS devices. The basic idea is to locate hidden containers, called geocaches, outdoors and then share your experiences online. Geocaching is enjoyed by people from all age groups, with ...

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App Review: QSB Add-Ons

I am a big fan of applications that do a lot and need little to do it–basically, high-impact, low-maintenance apps If you are like me you will enjoy the QSB addon applications by Arno den Hond. The Quick Search Box widget is a pretty useful tool in and of itself, but adding these ...

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App Review: CalWidget

Tired of the standard Google Calendar widget that only shows in that small frame?  Well then, CalWidget may be the answer you are looking for. This is a Google Calendar display widget that provides users the option to choose from one or more multiple sized widgets that can be placed on the ...

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App Review: SipAgent

SipAgent is a new SIP application available in the Market. In beta for now to get feedback from users. It will be released in both a free/lite version and also a paid/pro version (the price has not been set yet). The pro version will include extra features like echo cancellation, call ...

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App Review: WallSwitch

Have you ever set up your home screen just the way you like only to find you’re already bored with it? Do you have a hard time choosing just one image to use as your wallpaper? Time to check out WallSwitch. I’m constantly taking pictures with my phone and trying to decide which ...

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App Review: Vibrate During Meetings

Vibrate During Meetings (VDM) is a clever, yet simple widget that will automatically change your phone settings to put your phone into vibrate mode.  Now I know there are plenty of these “change your phone settings” apps on the market that do the same thing, however VDM has one ...

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App Review: Photoshop.com for Mobile

Photoshop. For Android. Yes indeed, the premier image editing brand has launched a free app for Android, and without a doubt that is a feather in Android’s cap. But forgetting the big brand name for the moment, how does the app stack up on its own merits? It’s a solid app essential ...

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Happening Now: Sprint Rolling Out OTA Update to Hero

We’re getting wind from a few of our readers that Sprint is pushing out an update to the HTC Hero.  No, it’s not jumping to Android 2.0 yet!  What the update does entirely, we’re not sure.  Hopefully, the SMS hangups are resolved if anything.  We double-checked the Sprint ...

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App Review: Lucid

Lucid is a dreamy game with a simple concept and levels that are increasingly difficult to master.  First let’s talk about what Lucid is not.  It is not a racing game, jumping game, or any kind of first person shooter.  Your objective in Lucid is to assure that Baby Hermin gets a good ...

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Archos 5 in the Real World

Let me first say that I have always been an early adopter.  From my first Tandy Color Computer II to one of my latest automobile purchases, the great Mazda RX-8, I am on the hunt for the next big thing and the products that are just a little bit off but deliver big rewards to... Read More

App Review: Astraware Sudoku

Astraware’s Sudoku for Android is an app for true “Sudokuphiles”. I say that not to imply that only a true Sudoku fan would agree with the $4.99 price tag it bears on Android Market, but because a true fan will appreciate the wealth of features and controllable settings built ...

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HTC Tattoo vs HTC Hero

HTC (for now) is the company with the largest selection of Android devices. They were the first one on the scene with the G1 and they have one of the best all-around devices available, the HTC Hero. They’ve recently released an affordable device, the HTC Tattoo and I’d like to ...

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App Preview: FoxyRing – Smart Ringtone Management

In a world that doesn’t have ambient-sound-based-volume-adjustment, FoxyRing Does! Okay, so maybe advertising isn’t for me, but FoxyRing definitely is. Currently one of the top 20 contestants in the Lifestyle category of ADC II, this app has a good chance of walking away with one of ...

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App Review: TouchDown by NitroDesk

On the one year anniversary of the release of their Exchange application TouchDown, NitroDesk remains the de facto choice when it comes to superior functionality, quality, and ease of use.  TouchDown is rife with a treasure trove of features that work across all areas of Outlook, it’s ...

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