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HP debuts Slate 6 VoiceTab II in India

HP has announced a new entrant into its VoiceTab lineup today with the Slate 6 VoiceTab II. As its name suggests, the device is a 6-inch voice calling-capable tablet that appears to carry similar specs to its sibling released earlier this year.

Those who opted for the LTE variant of NVIDIA‘s Shield Tablet are in for a sweet candy treat today. NVIDIA announced via Twitter that Android 5.0 Lollipop has begun rolling out to the device just a week after its WiFi sibling.

President Obama has signed the E-Label Act into law on Wednesday, which will allow electronics manufacturers to add labels for products using software rather than having to print the labels on hardware. Essentially, with the law, phones and tablets can be made with cleaner designs as labels and stickers will no longer be needed and the information could instead be found within the phone’s software. Android phones today ship with labels detailing the serial number and  [Read More...]

Just as originally promised, and in time for holiday shopping, Motorola has begun selling individual bands for its Moto 360 smartwatch. The bands are available in both metal and leather, and come in various shades and hues.

Weekly Photo Contest: Feast

Everyone likes a good feast from time to time, and this week there are more than a few people out there who will partake in one with their friends and family. We want to see the best “feast” pictures you can take, no matter the size of your plate or table, and we’re sure you can all come up with a good one.

Two people will win a prize this week, taking home a Nakamichi Bluetooth  [Read More...]

Samsung Gear S review

Samsung didn’t just make a smartwatch — it made a really small phone for your wrist

Samsung helped launch the idea of a modern smartwatch to general consumers when it unveiled the original Galaxy Gear. That was in September 2013, if you can believe it, and since then Samsung has launched four more smartwatches — the Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo, Gear Fit and Gear Live. And here we are just over a year after its  [Read More...]


With the recent rise in the post-apocalyptic genre, Help Me Jack comes right in time to help sate your desire for survival. The game takes place in a version of our lovely blue marble of a planet, where nuclear fallout has all but extinguished life and created some dastardly mutated animals. You are given the choice between a sword wielding Chaos Blade Warrior or gun  [Read More...]

In an effort to build a more personalized experience, Twitter has announced it will be collecting a list of user-installed applications on Android and iOS smartphones as part of its app graph program. Though Twitter says it will not be collecting data inside those apps, users who do not wish to participate can opt out.


With the paces we put our mobile devices through on a daily basis, having a portable charging option is practically a prerequisite. The Limefuel LP200X is small (and powerful) enough to be a perfect companion.

Featuring a 20,000mAh Lithium-ion battery, the Limefuel LP200X can power your typical smartphone several times over; its 2 USB ports allows you to charge multiple devices at once This battery pack is  [Read More...]

In pictures: Galaxy Note Edge versus Galaxy Note 4

So much hardware and style is shared between these phones, but there’s no way you could mistake one for the other

Announced at the same time, the Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge are clearly very similar devices, with that one (big) detail of a curved edge coming between them. You get all of the same base features on these two, along with very similar hardware, but the curved screen on the Note Edge gives you  [Read More...]