Posts Tagged: "Google"

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LG G3 vs OnePlus One vs Samsung Galaxy S5 (comparison)

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Most of the OEMs have already released their flagship devices for the year. At GadgetReview, we’ve already compared flagship devices, including the OnePlus One, HTC One M8, Galaxy S5 and more. Not to long ago, LG unveiled their latest flagship device, the LG G3, which goes on sale in various...

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Google Glass Becomes A Gunsight

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Oh, this won’t be controversial at all: Tactical sight company Trackingpoint has decided to make Google Glass an accessory to their networked sights, allowing you to, in theory, fire around corners and otherwise put a bullet where normally you’d need an elaborate tool to do so. High Aims It’s actually...

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5 First Impressions of the Huawei Ascend Mate2 4G (list)

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Looking for a low-cost high end premium smart device that circumvents the more lack luster MetroPCS, Boost Mobile and Cricket service providers of the world? China-based Huawei, a lesser known company to us Yanks here in the States, has something truly compelling for the ambitious penny pincher. The Ascend Mate2...

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The Moto Stream Brings Back An Old Google Idea

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Of all the results one expected out of Google’s brief time owning its own cellphone company, this is decidedly wasn’t one of them. One of Google’s early stabs at a physical product has been reshaped and is now being sold by the company it just abandoned. Now You’re Just Some...

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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...