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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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Check it Out! It’s an Unboxed DROID Eris!

There’s not much more to say aside from the headline.  Boy Genius Report has a tipster who scored an HTC Droid Eris from who-knows-where and has a few pictures from an unboxing.  We grabbed two that we liked and listed them here.  Warning: The entire gallery is only 5 shots so ...

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App Review: Puzzle Blox

For me, puzzle games are the best.  Whether it involves shapes, bubbles or words, I just dig them.  I’ve wasted plenty of time with the Final Fantasy series, I know the Mario Brothers all too well and the last time my brother was in town we had a marathon Wii Punch-Out series that ...

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App Review: Service Tattler

I was a heck of a bartender back in the day.  I could sling drinks as fast as anyone and chat with random people about anything.  This resulted in a great group of regulars most nights.  Still, my mix-master skills and charm couldn’t please everyone, like the girl who wanted Midori and ...

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Review: doubleTwist

Before I start I need to mention that this is a PC/Mac based app and not an Android app. So why am I even talking about it? Well this software allows you to manage the media on your phone through the software’s interface much like iTunes does for the iPod. It supports many Android phones... ...

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App Review: Pomodoro

I am a fan of the convergent device. I try to use my Android phone for every task imaginable. I mean, if I could use it to beam a wave of energy at my bowl of oatmeal in the morning, cooking it right in the bowl at the table, I would! I am always on... Read More

Mobile Defense

As a general rule I traditionally avoid overused hyperbole. You know, like when a sporting event is called a “war” or when the most recent episode of “House” is called “the most intense and terrifying episode… EVER”. Yawn. I’ve always seen that ...

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Asurion Mobile AddressBook Marries Social Content with Traditional Contacts

One of the most talked about features in both BLUR and Sense is how they marry social networks together with traditional phone contacts.  Widgets are “take it or leave it” for the most part, but people are fond of the integration between twitter, Facebook, and phone numbers and ...

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Holdin’ Out… For a Real Hero

The release of the highly anticipated and much praised HTC Hero on Sprint left me nothing but underwhelmed. After writing my post about making a decision between Sprint’s first two Android offerings (see The Great Debate), I came to the agonizing decision that I just wasn’t ready to ...

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App Review: Robo Defense

Whether its while you’re in line at the store, or sitting waiting for class to start, I am sure that many of you have your own go to game for wasting a few minutes of time here and there. Robo Defense by Lupis Labs is the one I’ve been playing with for a few weeks... Read More

App Review: DriveSafe.ly

DriveSafe.ly is an application that will read aloud the text messages you receive while driving or doing anything that stops you from looking at your Android’s screen. The application itself is free (available from the Market) but to get more choice of voices or to be able to have more ...

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App Review: Spotify

For those of you that haven’t heard of Spotify, the name is most commonly recognized as referring to a desktop music player/streaming service for Windows and Mac giving you access to a near-unlimited supply of music in exchange for putting up with visual and audio advertisements. An ...

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App Review: Tunes Remote

Because my blood is made up of half plasma and half nano machines, I desire my house to be wired the same way.  I crave surroundings that are wired, work well together, and all my needs and desires are a button press or less away. As a result, we have a HTPC, or Home Theater... Read More

App Review: Trap!

Ok call me crazy, but up until now I really haven’t used my phone for gaming purposes.  Perhaps it’s just that I haven’t been in any situations that have called for something to simply occupy my time.  All that changed on Friday when I was stuck waiting for a friend in a ...

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Samsung Behold II Dropping November 18

Thanks to TmoNews, we just learned of the the launch date for T-Mobile’s Behold II handset.  The first Samsung-built, Android-powered GSM device to land here in the US will be available starting November 11th.    That’s right, in less than a month, we’ll have 4 Android ...

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App Review: Radiant

From the creators of Buka and Totemo, Hexage has brought another stellar game to the Android platform; Radiant.  Radiant is an arcade style shooter game reminiscent of classics like “Galaga.”  Hexage, true to their style, adds their own unique twist and details into the game play. ...

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