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Grasshopper lets you learn beginner code thru gaming (review)

With Grasshopper, Google wants you to learn basic coding techniques by way of a new Android game, taking the banality of coding out of learning new concepts and overcoming code “bugs”.

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Can the $99 Crazybaby Air Nano earbuds beat the Apple Airpods at their own game? (review)

Apple’s Airpods might be the most popular truly wireless earbuds on the market, but the Crazybaby Air Nano is giving them a run for their money. Check out our review of these $ 99 Airpods competitor.

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Urban Armor Gear Pathfinder case for OnePlus 5T review

The OnePlus 5T is a great device, but it’s a bit fragile. Fortunately, case maker Urban Armor Gear offers a rugged protective case for the phone, so you can keep it safe.

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Ring Spotlight Cam review: Simple setup and loaded with features

Finally, a security camera that doesn’t scream “look at me”!

There is no shortage of home security camera options out there, and they range in price from well under $ 100 to well above it. Picking the right one can send you down a dark spiraling path trying to pick the right style, one that you can power easily, and one that is easy to manage.

After moving into a new construction home about a year ago,  [Read More…]

XGIMI CC Aurora review: Android smart projector that falls short in important places

The XGIMI CC Aurora is a smart projector that shows the future but still lives in the present and past. The lack of accessories and the absence of Google Play integration are real obstacles to the CC Aurora’s success in the smart projector market.

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Baikoh review: An intense word game for the modern era

Who said word games aren’t cool anymore? Think again. Baikoh is a minimalist yet beautiful word game that proves very challenging.

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Tello review: An in-depth look at the Sprint MVNO

There are a few Sprint MVNOs available to customers. In this review, we take a look at Tello, a carrier you may know little about. Is Tello the right carrier for you? Read the review and decide.

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Lenovo Mirage Solo review: Two steps forward, one step back

Lots of cool ideas, but very little to actually do right now.

Ask people who have not yet bought a VR headset why they don’t have one and you usually get one of three answers. Either the headsets are too expensive when you add in the cost of the still-necessary powerful PC, the cable connecting you to a big box is awkward and not fun, or the headset requires you to use your phone and your phone  [Read More…]

Lenovo Mirage Camera review: Simple, solid VR photography

Google is giving everyone the tools they need to make this great.

Capturing photos and videos for VR is a lot of work. It’s a common misconception that all you need is one of the nice 360-degree cameras that are available today, but those cameras aren’t actually great for viewing in VR. While you can turn your head and see the whole world from a unique perspective, you’re still only seeing a 2D image in  [Read More…]

Google Tasks review: To-do list app accomplishes only the bare minimum

On top of launching a new interface for Gmail, Google also introduce a new to-do list app called ask. You can downloaded right now on your Android.

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