Tag Archive: Devices


Charge your devices anywhere in the world with this $35 portable international voltage converter (Deal of the Day)

Have you ever traveled abroad with a handful of electronics only to find that you can’t charge them up at the hotel? Bet you didn’t realize that not all countries use the same plugs or voltage, huh? It can be quite the pain point to hunt down a converter for your phone. What happens when […]

High-level encryption for all of your devices; 2 years of Private Internet Access VPN only $59.95

Let’s be honest. You need to take your online security seriously with the ever growing amount of cyber theft and hacking that goes on every second. With each day that passes, it only gets worse. Don’t wait until it happens; be proactive and take measures to ensure you keep all of your information private. About […]

Charge two devices from a single outlet for $27.60 today

Tired of using all your outlets to keep your gadgets charged up? Well, Incipio’s 2-port desktop charging station allows you to charge two devices at the same time while using a single outlet, and right now you can grab one for $ 27.60.

Android 7.1.2 update for Pixel, Nexus devices is available – here’s what’s new

As anticipated, Google has released the Android 7.1.2 update for the Pixel and Nexus family of devices. The new build is available for the Pixel (N2G47E), Pixel XL (N2G47J), Pixel C (N2G47D), Nexus 5X (N2G47F), Nexus 6P (N2G47H) and Nexus Player (N2G47H) – which all based on Android 7.1.1. As for the Nexus 6 and […]

Android 7.1.2 is now available for Pixel and Nexus devices

Android 7.1.2 is now available for your Pixel or Nexus!

As predicted, and after beginning on tablets, Android 7.1.2 is now available for select Nexus devices, as well as Google’s Pixel series. The update has gone through two beta iterations before reaching this point, and the final version brings a number of minor improvements to compatible phones and tablets, including bug fixes and speed optimizations, as well as enhancements for carrier-specific features.

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Powerstick Hawkeye review: An alarm system for your USB devices

The Hawkeye by PowerStick.com is a personal alarm system and reminder tool that connects to your USB-enabled device, allowing the user to monitor his USB cable, and whichever device is connected to it. Design and Setup The Hawkeye is incredibly easy to set up. It looks like any other USB dongle, but there is a […]

Anonymously surf the web across all your devices for only $60

Privacy is everything nowadays. It’s hotly debated online, in political forums, and huge corporations are regularly selling our information so that other corporations can, in turn, make money off of us as well. A lot of folks are OK with that and view it as “just the way the world works” and other folks are tinfoil and don’t even have a landline telephone. But you don’t have to belong to either extreme camp — you can meet privacy and online  [Read More…]

How To: Install Android O developer preview on Pixel and Nexus devices

Do you own a Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, or Pixel C? Did you know that you could be on the cutting-edge versions of Android? That’s right! You can install the latest, test and development releases of Android before it’s rolled out to the masses. As of today the Android O Developer Preview 1 is being offered […]

Google debuts Android ‘O’ developer preview for select devices

Google on Tuesday introduced its next version of Android. Well, sort of. As it has done with the last few iterations of its platform, Google is giving developers early access to the upcoming release. Indeed, the first developer preview has been made available for select devices. What’s New? The first question we always ask when dealing […]

Sky Devices offers up a Photo-Centric phone with the Elite Photo Pro (review)

There is an awful lot of publicity recently for the unlocked phone market. And it’s generally well-deserved: the recent flood of good (if not great) devices that can hold their water against the likes of the big boys Samsung, LG, and the Cupertino-based-company-that-shall-not-be-named. The added draw is that with the death of traditional 2-year service […]