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  • Pixavi Impact X is an anti-explosion Android phone

    29 August 2014, 3:32 pm by: Lee Mathews

    You might own an Android phone that’s splash-proof. You may even own one that’s dust-proof, submersible, and impact-tolerant. But you probably don’t own an Android phone that’s certified against explosions like the Pixavi […]
  • QiStone+ is the answer to a portable wireless charging question no one is asking

    29 August 2014, 12:30 pm by: Russell Holly

    As much as many of us would like wireless charging to be the default way all of our tech receives power, there are several significant obstacles between our current reality and that particular […]
  • Don’t call it Mini: hands on with the HTC One Remix

    28 August 2014, 8:30 am by: Russell Holly

    Ultimately not enough phone for power users, but a fantastic handset for just about everyone else.
  • Seoul gives new meaning to the word “streaming” for gadget recharging

    28 August 2014, 7:32 am by: Matthew Humphries

    If you either live in or happen to be visiting the city of Seoul in South Korea any time soon, you’ll be able to get your smartphone or even your tablet charged for […]
  • eBay: if you’re buying an iPhone 6, sell your existing iPhone now

    26 August 2014, 6:15 pm by: Russell Holly

    If you’re the type to grab the next Apple product the day it is available, there’s a good chance you are already familiar with selling your current hardware to pay for the next […]
  • OnePlus One bursts into flames, ruins a pair of jeans

    26 August 2014, 5:28 pm by: Lee Mathews

    The OnePlus One turned heads in the tech world with its high-end features and mid-range price tag. Now it’s turning heads for a different reason: because one just burst into flames inside a […]
  • ADB Shell for Chrome will soon be a Google nerd’s best friend

    26 August 2014, 9:29 am by: Russell Holly

    If there’s one tool every Android geek needs to know, its ADB. Once you decide to do much of anything to you phone, outside of regular daily use, the Android Debug Bridge is […]
  • Which is better: AMOLED or LCD?

    22 August 2014, 1:31 pm by: Ryan Whitwam

    It’s not just the resolution you should look at when deciding on a new smartphone or tablet, but also the type of screen technology used. There are LCDs and AMOLEDs out there, each […]
  • iPhone 6 backlight redesign halts production, Apple only has itself to blame

    22 August 2014, 7:30 am by: Matthew Humphries

    The safe bet until today was that the iPhone 6 will launch in September. But that may now not be possible, and Apple only has itself to blame. The iPhone 6 has had […]
  • Netflix Hack Day ends in three features that need to exist right freaking now

    21 August 2014, 5:40 pm by: Russell Holly

    As it sits right now, Netflix is one of the better streaming experiences available. Every couple of months, the company holds a “Hack Day” where the product development and technical teams fool around […]
  • Why you should care about Epson’s Moverio BT-200 smart glasses

    21 August 2014, 1:23 pm by: Russell Holly

    Most of the time when someone talks about “wearable technology” there’s this assumption that you will be wearing it all the time. When it comes to things like pedometers and other small bio-monitors, […]
  • Microsoft makes competitor’s web browser the default on its featurephones

    21 August 2014, 11:27 am by: Lee Mathews

    Purchase a low-end Microsoft phone in the near future, and you’ll discover that the built-in web browser is made by a competitor: Opera. They’re also going to encourage existing device owners to ditch […]
  • Mario Kart 8 Builder app lets you create the perfect Kart

    20 August 2014, 1:28 pm by: Russell Holly

    The ability to spec your Kart however you want in Mario Kart 8 is a lot of fun, but Nintendo doesn’t provide you with all of the stats you need to really appreciate […]
  • Why iPhone pictures flip when emailed, and how to fix it

    19 August 2014, 1:27 pm by: James Plafke

    When receiving emailed photos taken with an iPhone, you'll often run into upside-down or rotated images. Here's why that happens, and how to fix it.
  • FLIR One thermal camera: The iPhone case of my dreams

    19 August 2014, 12:00 pm by: Sal Cangeloso

    Regardless of its utility, my dream of owning a thermal camera is finally within reach.
  • HTC One M8 now with Windows Phone and Cortana-friendly Dot View action

    19 August 2014, 11:16 am by: Russell Holly

    There has always been a staggering difference between what powers Windows Phone flagships when compared to Android phones, even when those devices are made by the same manufacturers. For a while, this had […]
  • Minority Report interface gets a step closer with Myo armband and Skylight

    19 August 2014, 9:00 am by: Russell Holly

    Future iterations of wearable tech will consist of a bracelet, regular looking glasses, and a few shakes of the wrist.
  • Moto 360 smartwatch shows up at Best Buy with $250 price tag

    18 August 2014, 9:30 am by: Russell Holly

    While Android Wear has been available to the public through the LG G Watch and the Samsung Gear live for a little while now, the device that everyone has their eye on in […]
  • bKey battery lives on your keyring for emergency smartphone charging

    15 August 2014, 2:30 pm by: Russell Holly

    The most important moments in the life of your smartphone are those minutes right before it runs out of juice. You send those last-second messages to your friends to let them know you […]
  • Gyroscopes in Android phones can be turned into always-on microphones

    15 August 2014, 1:27 pm by: Russell Holly

    There’s a fine line being walked right now when it comes to technology that is always listening. On the one hand, it is incredibly cool to be able to just speak a command […]

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