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Grasshopper lets you learn beginner code thru gaming (review)

With Grasshopper, Google wants you to learn basic coding techniques by way of a new Android game, taking the banality of coding out of learning new concepts and overcoming code "bugs".

Can the $99 Crazybaby Air Nano earbuds beat the Apple Airpods...

Apple's Airpods might be the most popular truly wireless earbuds on the market, but the Crazybaby Air Nano is giving them a run for their money. Check out our review of these $99 Airpods competitor.

Urban Armor Gear Pathfinder case for OnePlus 5T review

The OnePlus 5T is a great device, but it's a bit fragile. Fortunately, case maker Urban Armor Gear offers a rugged protective case for the phone, so you can keep it safe.

Eight best educational apps for teens

A list of apps which can turn your teen's smartphone into a powerful educational tool. All are free to install and are available for download in the Play Store.

Grim Soul – Don’t Starve meets Dark Souls, in the worst...

Grim Soul: Fantasy Survival looks to blend a few different genres: Fantasy, Survival, Crafting, Stronghold-Building...but can it pull it off? How does it stand up to other games that focus on those genres?

XGIMI CC Aurora review: Android smart projector that falls short in...

The XGIMI CC Aurora is a smart projector that shows the future but still lives in the present and past. The lack of accessories and the absence of Google Play integration are real obstacles to the CC Aurora's success in the smart projector market.

Baikoh review: An intense word game for the modern era

Who said word games aren't cool anymore? Think again. Baikoh is a minimalist yet beautiful word game that proves very challenging.

Google Tasks review: To-do list app accomplishes only the bare minimum

On top of launching a new interface for Gmail, Google also introduce a new to-do list app called ask. You can downloaded right now on your Android.

Seven best apps for meeting new people

Moving to a new city or you just feel like you need a friend? Why don't you try and install one of these apps on your Android and force new relationships.

Mad Skills BMX 2 review: Addictive racing at its best

A lot of racing games offer great graphics and animation, they can oftentimes leave you bored after a while, with stale game play. Mad...

NeoPen M1/N2 review – expensive and niche, but effective

Hand-written notes are a chore. If you find yourself transcribing your notes for hours and hours, chances are you could make use of a digital transcription pen - but does NeoLAB's NeoPen perform well enough for the cost of entry? Read on.

Eight of the best word games you can play to boost...

Have a few moments to spare? Then why don't you try one of these fun word games. On top of being challenging, they will also help you expand your vocabulary.
Rowkin Surge Charge Earbuds

Rowkin Surge Charge True Wireless Earbuds Review – The best sport...

Rowkin's new Surge Charge is a different kind of true wireless earbud. They are in fact completely wire-free, but in a body more tuned for activity than fashionable form. Our review checks out if they're the ultimate sporty earbuds.
UAG Galaxy S9 Smartphone Cases

UAG Plasma and Plyo Cases for the Galaxy S9 Review

UAG cases are awesome looking and built with quality. With the Galaxy S9 and S9+ in-hand, we're taking a look at two compelling offerings, the Plasma and Plyo, and if they're worth the dough.

ClutchPoints gives a new view to mainstream sports (review)

ClutchPoints is a sports news & tracking app that focuses solely on the Big Three pro leagues, and does so with a fantastic combination of presentation, speed, and depth.

The best phones available at Verizon Wireless today

If you're looking for a brand new phone and happen to be a Verizon Wireless subscriber, this list is for you. Click to find out what your best options are.

ThriftyDroid: Discounts on mobile phones, accessories, and other gear

Don't make a tech purchase without checking for sales, discounts, or promotions. Here's a bunch of phones, tablets, and other gear with bargain pricing.

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