Posts Tagged: "android os"

Moto 360

5 Must Knows About Android’s New Wearable OS (list/video)


Wearables industry is on the rise. We’ve seen the likes of Samsung, Pebble, Qualcomm and a few others getting in the industry with their own devices, with many more to come in the coming months. It seems Google doesn’t want to feel left out, and has announced Android Wear, an...

Samsung Galaxy Note 2

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Flexible Display Debunked and Other Rumors


Flexible display’s are the tech worlds new touch screen. It’s sought-after technology that everyone is waiting to see. Well if reports are to be believed, we will all be waiting a wee bit longer to see a competent flexible display working on a high end device. For several months now,...


Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Specs Detailed, No Launch Date Announced


The iPad Mini was met with a fair bit of skepticism.  But yet despite naysayers the almost 8-inch device sold out time and time again during the holidays, or so Apple would have us all believe.  Needless to say, the 7 to 8-inch tablet category is on fire thanks to...

Favi Smartstick

FAVI SmartStick Review

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Netflix changed the way people viewed their televisions — less because of streaming video itself and more due to an “application” that normally would have had to be used on a computer now being integrated with the TV. It’s rare to find a TV nowadays that doesn’t have “Smart TV”...


HTC One S Review


Apple has the iPhone…and every other phone maker has several dozen different models to choose from. Samsung has their Galaxy S II phones which headline, and then cell carriers have their own favorite models, like the Motorola Droid Razr for Verizon or HTC Evo for Sprint. These top of the...

Samsung Galaxy Tablet

Samsung Galaxy Tablet Review


[Rating: 4/5] Pros: 7″ design is excellent, a great form factor for tablets Hardware, software and data is fast as can be Excellent battery life Cons: Android OS currently has no benefits for tablets; makes it a glorified smartphone Proprietary connector makes it feel like an iPad, but without any...

Wildfire Pro

HTC Wildfire Review


[Rating: 4/5] There’s something to be said for minimalist gadgets. Anything with just one purpose is usually built pretty well for that purpose, which is why today’s dumbphones are way better at making phone calls than smartphones. At the same time, we all want more, and we all want the...

Galaxy Player

Early Galaxy Player Fat, But Bright


As we’ve seen, the Samsung Galaxy S phones are darned impressive, definitely some of the best phones out on the market today. Then the company announced to do something very similar to Apple and make a strictly media playing device, without telephony. Meet the Galaxy Player....

Fascinate Pro 2

Samsung Fascinate Review


[Rating: 4.5] Pros: Amazing screen, great picture quality and sensitivity Touchwiz UI is the best to grace Android yet Camera great for shooting in well-lit areas Cons: Connectivity can hang at times Camera suffers in low-light Apple set a standard for smartphone makers to reach over three years ago. Since...

Droid 2 Fancy

Motorola Droid 2 Review


[rating:3.5] Pros: Strong build and design Improvements all around Good keyboard Cons: Slow software Poor screen sensitivity Mediocre still camera Slider phones have a bad habit of being bad habits. We always want to play with them, whether we mean to or not. The Droid 2 is no exception, even...


Android 2.2 ‘Froyo’ Is Finally Here


It looks like we were a little premature in our Droid X debut, saying that Android 2.2 would hit sometime in the middle of the summer. No, Froyo is out today in a nice little surprise from Google. It’s totally open-source, of course, and offers a wealth of new improvements...