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The Huawei Watch is official and it’s a looker

Huawei has announced its very first foray into the Android Wear space at Mobile World Congress with this, the Huawei Watch. For a first entry it’s an impressive looking thing, with Huawei boasting a team of traditional watch designers having been involved in its creation.

LG Watch Urbane + Urbane LTE hands-on

LG introduces its best-looking wearable yet — including a unique LTE-capable version

In a relatively short amount of time, LG has rapidly developed its smartwatch portfolio. Starting with the original square reference device for Android Wear, the G Watch, and evolving later last year into a more traditional watch design with the G Watch R. Now, still less than a year on from its first smartwatch, LG brings us what’s arguably the best-looking Android Wear smartwatch  [Read More...]

The Huawei MWC liveblog – 1.30 p.m. CET, 7.30 a.m ET

Mobile World Congress doesn’t officially open until tomorrow, but today’s the day all the big players are throwing big press events. We’re getting ready to spend some time with Huawei where, given recent leaks, it looks pretty likely we’ll see the introduction of an Android Wear smartwatch. The action kicks off at 1.30 p.m. local time, which translates to 7.30 a.m. on the East Coast and 4.30 a.m. on the West.

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With only a few hours left until the official unveiling of the HTC One M9 at Mobile World Congress 2015, it seems that BestBuy jumped the gun a little and have let the M9 product page go live early.

It’s a listing for the AT&T variant of the device with 32GB of storage priced at $ 649.99.

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As well as the price, the page  [Read More...]

With an updated design and support for Android, iOS, and Windows, Acer is hoping the Liquid Leap+ will take off.

With the original Liquid Leap Smart Activeband barely leaving shelves, Acer has decided their wearable plan needed a refresh. Today at Mobile World Conference, the company has revealed their plans for an updated version of their first wearable. It’s being called the Liquid Leap+, and chief among the features Acer is  [Read More...]

Acer announces new Liquid Z and 64-bit Liquid Jade Z

Three new Android Lollipop models have joined Acer’s lineup, boasting Magic Selfie software and stylish hardware.

This year at Mobile World Congress, Acer is unveiling a trio of smartphones aimed squarely at the same markets the company has been focused on for the last couple of years, which is to say budget focused European tiers of smartphones. The new Liquid Z220 and Liquid Z520 are breathing new life into the Liquid  [Read More...]

Severe weather takes many forms.

Blizzards, hurricanes, tornadoes, even haboobs can turn a regular day into a disaster, and if you’re not prepared, it can turn from disastrous to downright dangerous. While you’re stocking up the liquor cabinet, boarding up the windows, and collecting the games/movies from around the house to keep any little ones happy and distracted, don’t forget to prepare your phone for the rough road to come. There’s a lot more to  [Read More...]

The Huawei Watch, based on Android Wear, gets demoed in two official videos found on their YouTube channel .

As the leadup to Mobile World Congress 2015 grows continues, the mother of all leaks has surfaced which gives an unrestricted look at the currently unreleased HTC One M9.

The leaked video comes courtesy of YouTube user Samia Lou and shows the new device lined up against the older HTC One M8 and M7.

The M9 keeps the same design as what we’ve seen in previous HTC handsets and is a very incremental upgrade as opposed to anything revolutionary.  [Read More...]

Our weekly app picks

Appday Sunday is on Saturday this week, because we expect a wee bit ‘o news from Barcelona to start up on Sunday the second. They have phones and stuff at Mobile World Congress, ya know! Anyhoo, we’re here to share our favorite apps with everyone. Apps we use and love. Apps we want to showcase because we think they are just that good.

Give these a look and then take a minute  [Read More...]