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When it comes to Android, people often end up thinking about smartphones from Samsung, but there’s another big Asian manufacturer that we are missing. 2014 was probably the best year
Google just flipped the switch to allow Android screen mirroring to Chomecast for a few devices, but if you don’t have one currently supported, you’ve been pretty much out of
As someone who spends much of his day working from the Chrome OS, I have become a huge fan of clouds. Be it Dropbox, Google Drive, or something else, I
One of our long-time favorite keyboards is making it’s way to the Gear 2. Although many would say that a wristwatch is no place for a virtual keyboard, that doesn’t
Welcome back to another IN BRIEF. Today were going to look at some apps, accessories, and a unique device that you may like to know more about. If you are
Looking for adventure? And whatever comes your way? If you were born to be wild, Trover’s newly refreshed travel app will help you find that instant adventure. The app that
Now we’re in June, our attention naturally turns to the event scheduled for the 25-26th of the month, and with Google I/O 2014 only a few weeks away, what has
Welcome to the Editor’s Picks, where we have filed through various apps and games in an attempt to curate a list of 15 of the best to present to you!
Debuting back in 2012, Granny Smith seemed to be one of those breakout games that would climb the app charts. I thought the game was excellent, and I still do, but
One thing we’ve seen while reviewing battery packs is the lack of beautiful design. That’s absolutely not the case for the Tego Power Grid, a 4,200mAh battery pack. It offers
The Editor’s Picks, formerly known as APPTEASERS, is a collection of apps and games that are new to Android, recently updated, discounted, etc. Whatever the case, we think they’re worth
Sometimes when you don’t have a wall outlet near, external battery packs can be your saving grace… especially when they pack as much as 11,000 mAh in a single charge.
Many have hoped to shape the smartwatch revolution, taking their vision to Kickstarter and the like, but today Google finally joined the game announcing Android Wear, a version of the