Posts Tagged: "Android"

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Lightning Rabbit Smartphone Cables Review

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Smartphone connectors are a tough nut to crack. It’s hit or miss, but all too easy to miss unless you stick with the expensive, top-tiered 1st party cables. If you’re on an iOS device, that means at least $30 a pop for Lightning. Android owners are much better off with...

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Review (Verizon Wireless)

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If it ain’t broke, don’t try to fix it. ¬†Samsung must subscribe to this adage, because the S5 is remarkably similar to its predecessor, the S4. ¬†Aesthetically that is. ¬†Inside the polycarbonate casing is a brand new processor, a 2800mAh battery, and most importantly a fingerprint reader that attempts to...

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GoKey Is A Keychain Sized Portable Charger

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We’ve covered several portable chargers here at GadgetReview, but today, we came across another excellent device, dubbed as GoKey, which combines the power of four gadgets into one: charger, device locator, USB cable and a flash drive. Yes, it combines all these features into one keychain-sized device, which can be...

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iOS Apps Running On… Android?!

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One of the most fundamental annoyances of the mobile platform wars is this: Most of the cool apps go to iOS, but most of us own an Android. What can we do? Well, if you’re some students from Columbia University, get to work hacking together a cross-platform solution. Cats And...

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4 Reasons To Not Buy Google Glass Today (List)

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Heard the news? If you’re on Twitter, you probably have: Google Glass is finally available to anyone who wants a pair. And it’s good news, for some. But for most of us, it’s still not worth it. 1. They’re $1500 The most basic reason not to buy them? They’re ridiculously...

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EVGA Tegra Note 7 Android Tablet Review

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I got one! Today we introduce ourselves to EVGA’s Tegra Note 7, the company’s first foray into tablet computing products. Like EVGA’s award winning graphic cards, the Tegra Note 7 is also brought to us in partnership with Nvidia with the device powered by Nvidia Tegra technology. That marriage of...