March 29, 2015

Roadshow car stand for tablets review

The Roadshow car stand for tablets is the perfect companion to take on long road trips, allowing you to securely attach your tablet to the headrest of the seat in front. The Good What sets the Roadshow car stand apart from any other similar ...

Lollipop to make it easier to control bloatware

Do you like bloatware? I don’t like bloatware. No one likes bloatware. So why do we have bloatware? Well luckily, Android Lollipop is going to make it easier to control bloatware. Ars Technica sat down with Google’s Gabe Cohen, who ...

Google’s Copresence: Sharing for all

After breaking down an update to Google Play Services APK, Simon Tucker found Chrome APIs along with a series of photos for Copresence. In an email tip, Simon Tucker explains his findings to TechAeris. Google is going to launch a service titled ...

Sony SmartWatch 3 now available in US via Expansys

Looking to get your hands (or wrist, rather) on a Sony SmartWatch 3? Great news! ¬†The Android Wear-powered device is now available in the United States. No, they haven’t begun shipping from the Google Play Store just yet. Expansys is the ...

Samsung to revamp its smartphone strategy

Samsung has had a rough year in the smartphone industry. If you came up to me a year and a half ago and told me that at this time Samsung would be dropping its sales faster than an elevator free-falling, I probably would have laughed in your ...

Recoil Automatic Cord Winder review

† Dealing with USB¬†cables, earphone cables and other power cables has always been an issue for me. It happens every time you throw cables together in a bag, they will end up being a tangled mess. Well, the team at Recoil is looking to fix ...

Moto 360 now available in Canada

Shortly after the Moto 360 went on sale in the UK, it seems now Canada are able to get the latest Android Wear offering from Motorola. Having launched in early September in the United States, the Moto 360 is now officially available in Canada ...

Samsung Galaxy A5, A3 galleries

Announced on the last day of October, the metal unibody smartphones are Samsung’s slimmest ever. Expected to launch in select markets in November, the two feature similar characteristics. Learn more here. Samsung Galaxy A5 [Show slideshow] ...