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[Review] Lock up your valuables with the LockSmart Mini

No more fumbling with your keys in the dark. With Bluetooth-enabled locks, Australian-based company Dog & Bone envisions a "keyless future". I spent a...

Live by EarlySense will tell you how good (or bad) your sleep is (Review)

A few years ago fitness trackers were all the rage. Not only were there companies like Fitbit focusing directly on health monitoring but the...

Sonos S5 and Android App Review

I have been in the fortunate position to have spent the last few weeks playing with a pair Sonos S5 ZonePlayers and the accompanying Android...

HTC One (M8): 1 month and counting

So its been a little over month since i've had my hands on my HTC One (M8) and all I have to say is,...

[Review] JolyJoy makes minimal design accessible with an LED lamp

I've always been somewhat of a minimalist. Whether it's trying out the One Backpack Lifestyle, or putting together modern architecture boards on Pinterest, I...

OnePlus 3 review: King of the budget phones, but no heir to the flagship...

OnePlus once touted itself as the "Flagship Killer," offering top-spec'd phones at a budget price. With the first OnePlus device, they showed that they...

Review: LG Optimus U (U.S. Cellular)

While we all drool over the current cutting edge in Android phones, the likes of the Atrix and Droid Bionic that were announced as C.E.S., another kind of revolution is happening at the other end of the spectrum. A great example is the LG Optimus U, which debuted on U.S. Cellular last month. The sibling of the Optimus T, Optimus S and Vortex, it’s a capable Froyo phone that's only $30.

T-Mobile Trio AXS 3G Tablet (CooLoserTech) Video Review

In the market for a 4G connected Android tablet? Is T-Mobile one of the wireless providers on your radar? Perhaps you'll be interested in...

Micromax Yu Yureka review: A new benchmark for budget smartphones?

This phone has been making waves since the day its specifications were leaked. Running on the much talked about CyanogenMod OS, Micromax’s budget smartphone...

Pioneer XDP-100R Android Audio Player review: Break free from mediocre sound

You know, I found myself at a crossroads. I wanted better audio on the go, but wasn't sure the best way to get there....

At $199, InfoSonics S505 Spark is “verykool”

Android is flooded with handsets around the $200 mark right now. Some of them are a great value and some of them I will just be polite...

MyTouch 4G… An Inside Look [REVIEW]

T-Mobile fans and subscribers, I would wager to say that the majority of us are sporting something from the MyTouch series if we don't have the Nexus One. Personally, after the G1, I moved to the MyTouch 3G, then to the MT3G Slide, and now, I have had the opportunity to get my hands on the 4G (Originally to be called the MyTouch HD, remember?) I wanted to take a moment to give you the good, the bad, and the ugly. Remember, this is just one phone geek's opinion, but hey, I've used every phone in the MyTouch series, so I think I have some clo

Nyne TT Bluetooth Speaker review

There are plenty of Bluetooth Speakers available on the market. Each is unique in its own way. Some are more portable than others, some...

Review: Verizon’s Droid Incredible 4G LTE

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...

Netgear R7000 Nighthawk router review

Today we're looking at the Nighthawk, one of Netgear's mot recently released routers to feature dual-band 802.11ac connectivity. Looking every bit like a stealth...

T-Mobile offering free smartphones with new lines

T-Mobile is offering free smartphones to customers when adding a new line on its $40 per month per line Magenta tier and above.
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