ZTE Boost Max review

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The Boost Max aims to give users a premium phablet experience with a small price tag. Do you remember when smartphones were upwards of $500? Some still are, like the Samsung Galaxy S4, Note 3, and the HTC One. Recently in the United States, prices of handsets have gone significantly down, ...

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Game Insight’s Cloud Raiders Game Review

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Being a massive fan of strategy games, when Game Insight recently released their Cloud Raiders game for Android, I had to play it. You are required to battle armies of sky pirates to defend your base, as well as other players in the game in the PvP mode. You’re able to form clans in ...

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Muzei Live Wallpaper: The best live wallpaper we’ve ever used

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Dashclock Widget creator Roman Nurik is back with a beautiful live wallpaper for your Android phone. The appropriately named Muzei (or “museum” in Russian) sets a piece of art or custom photo as your phone wallpaper, rotating every night. The default setting adds a slight blur ...

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Beta Review: Any.Do Cal – A simple, elegant calendar with great functionality

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NOTE: This review is based on a beta version – things might change by the time it makes a public release A few weeks ago, I was fortunate enough to notice a Google+ post making the rounds which offered a place in the “Any.do super users community”. Naturally, I didn’t hesitate, and ...

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LG G2 Review

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Over the last year, we have seen Samsung dominating the Android market with their Galaxy line-up. Just about every other cell phone manufacturer has been sitting back, taking notes, and developing what they think will the “next big thing”. Motorola has since pushed out their flagship, the Moto ...

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Moto X Review: Do Specs Matter?

As phones progress, it seems all device manufacturers seem to care about are specs; Processors, RAM, ROM, all words somewhat foreign to the average consumer. But Motorola has a different way of approaching the market, in a world of specs, Motorola is aiming to wow users with features and ...

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SwiftKey – faster, easier, more accurate typing for phones and tablets

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What is SwiftKey? SwiftKey for Android replaces your device’s on-screen keyboard to help you type in an easier, faster and less frustrating way.   SwiftKey is an app I personally use to replace the default keyboard on my HTC One X. It has definitely helped to eliminate those frustrating ...

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Minuum “The little keyboard for big fingers”

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In March 2013 the Minuum team began a campaign on Indigogo.com garnering such interest in their project that just 4 months later they’ve raised almost 900% of their $10,000 goal and delivered a nicely polished beta to their supporters. Let me preface this review by saying that I am a ...

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Hangouts (formerly Google Talk) Android app review

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From the moment it was announced at I/O I was absolutely hooked. I used talk daily for work and a lot for talking to my fellow Android fanatics, so a face-lift and bundle of new features were definitely a welcome update. First let me talk about what a huge departure this is from the bland old ...

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Review: Divoom Bluetune Solo bluetooth portable speaker

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If you’re looking for a killer Bluetooth speaker with big sound for a small price, look no further. The Bluetune Solo from Divoom includes: Small, compact and sturdy build Wireless play from up to 10 meters away Built-in microphone for hands-free calls 8-hour rechargeable battery This ...

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Samsung Galaxy S4 review (video)

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  Samsung captivated and fascinated the world with the epic Galaxy S3. With over 40 million units sold, it’s clear that they did something right. Samsung learned that combining high-end hardware and custom software really helps to make a phone successful. Following the success of the ...

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Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE review

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When Android first broke onto the main scene with the G1, QWERTY keyboards were all the rage. Device after device was released with a physical keyboard for several years, some good and some bad (cough Moto Backflip cough). We’ve seen a trend over the last year or two, in which QWERTY ...

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Sony Xperia J outed to public ahead of release

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As some readers know, Russian tech site Mobile-Review has revealed and extensively previewed a number of Xperia (prototype) handsets ahead of their official announcements. They have done it again with the Sony Xperia J. Like we have previously seen, they have pictures of every angles and a full ...

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Altaz Inc. Micro-Fi review

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"A 21st century version of vintage stereo decks."

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Review: Verizon’s Droid Incredible 4G LTE

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Is HTC on a mission to come up with the longest possible names for phones? As if the Sprint HTC Evo 4G LTE wasn’t enough, now we’re dealing with the Verizon HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE. I’ve had the Droid Incredible 4G LTE for just over a week, and big thanks go out to our... ...

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