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X-Mini WE Speaker Review

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Following up on our post on the X-mini series, I had a chance to play with the X-Mini WE speaker for a few weeks. I’ll admit, I was pleasantly surprised. X-mini’s slogan is “Sound Beyond Size” and this miniature speaker had giant sized sound.

The X-Mini WE unit I reviewed was the version that had both Bluetooth and NFC. Two simple functions  [Read More...]

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You may have caught our preview post of a great Indiegogo campaign that caught our attention, and the kind guys over at Color Cables sent us a few review units over to check out.

Functionality

Let me set the scene for you – it’s 11pm, the baby is asleep in the cot and the 10% battery remaining warning has just flashed up on your device. You need  [Read More...]

Samsung Galaxy S5 Review

Samsung’s 2014 flagship smartphone is bigger, faster and more polished, with water-resistant credentials and a more modern user interface. But is it the right phone for you?

For most of the phone-buying public, Samsung’s Galaxy line of phones has much broader brand recognition than the Android OS that powers them. With popular devices like the Galaxy S4 and Note 3, the Korean electronics giant has clawed its way to the top of the Android food chain, claiming the title  [Read More...]

Samsung Galaxy S5 Review

Samsung’s 2014 flagship smartphone is bigger, faster and more polished, with water-resistant credentials and a more modern user interface. But is it the right phone for you?

For most of the phone-buying public, Samsung’s Galaxy line of phones has much broader brand recognition than the Android OS that powers them. With popular devices like the Galaxy S4 and Note 3, the Korean electronics giant has clawed its way to the top of the  [Read More...]

Lenovo Yoga 10 Review

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Lenovo‘s Yoga series has made a name for themselves in the industry pushing the boundaries of shape, form factor and all around physical features in mobile computing. The Lenovo Yoga tablet stays true to its name in pioneering something completely new in an Android tablet.

Hardware

Probably the most notable hardware of any Android powered tablet I’ve seen to date, when  [Read More...]

Tech21 Impact Shell: HTC One (M8) Review

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Today the nice folks at Tech21 have graced us with a their new Impact Shell for the all new HTC One M8.  The case comes in three different colors: black, red, and purple and cost about 35 dollars.  I know what you’re thinking, “35 dollars, that’s alot of money for a case”, however Tech21 has  [Read More...]

Amazon Fire TV review

Fire TV is possibly the best single set-top box available, but it still can’t be everything to everyone

In what has been colloquially called the “battle for the living room” (or as I like to call it, the battle for your HDMI inputs), competition is heating up but hasn’t exactly hit a flash point. Modern products in the small set top box space like the WD TV Live, Boxee Box and Google TV never really caught  [Read More...]

HTC One (M8) Review: The best just got better

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Today we have gotten our hands on the all new HTC One M8, T-Mobile variant.  The phone is based upon it’s predecessor, the One M7, which was voted “Best Smartphone” by GSMA at Mobile World Congress back in February, talk about a lot of shoes to fill.  However, HTC’s new flagship has jumped leaps and  [Read More...]

CHIL PowerShare Reactor USB Station review

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The CHIL Multi-Charger PowerShare Reactor USB Station is your go-to product to charge multiple devices at one time. Charge your smartphones, tablets, and more thanks to the multiple USB ports found on this unit. The four USB ports provide up to 5.1amps of power as well as surge protection for your repective devices. When you need to power up, I say look no further than  [Read More...]

Flop Fu Physics Fighter Review

Fighting games can be difficult to adapt to touch-screen play. Developers either have to implement imprecise virtual controls or greatly simplified control schemes in order to make them work. But what if a fighting game maker actually made the controls unwieldy on purpose, kind of like Octodad: Deadliest Catch on PC? Then you’d get the very silly Flop Fu: Physics Fighter from GREE and G-labs.

Flop Fu is an Android-exclusive free-to-play one-on-one fighting game. With  [Read More...]