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GTasks offers simple to-do list, but is it too bare-bones? (review)

Life can be a whirlwind. Tech sometimes gets vilified for being a distraction, but GTasks provides a serene utility to list your day-to-day activities – possibly at the risk of alienating more advanced users.

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Mophie powerstation AC review

When it comes to heavy duty portable chargers, the mophie powerstation AC stands out. Be it laptops, phones, tablets, or something else, there’s more than enough power to keep your devices running. And it looks great, too.

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Skagen Falster smartwatch review: Minimalist design, minimal features

Maximum nostalgia.

It took far less time for the smartwatch market to cool than the smartphone ecosystem it was supposed to emulate. The interest curve of early adopters to mainstream consumer acceptance seemed to happen fairly quickly, but the falloff was, I think, far more severe than anyone realized.

I’m referring mainly to the Wear OS (née Android Wear) and not to the Apple Watch, which as Apple products usually are, seem to be immune to category  [Read More…]

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 review: Still worth it in 2018?

The Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 came out just over a year ago, so why are we reviewing it now? Because it’s still one of the best options on the market due to its speed and beauty. Check out our full review for all of the details.

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5 Minute Yoga will limber you up, for a price (review)

5 Minute Yoga bills itself as a free Yoga app, but we found out that may not be true. Click here for our thoughts on the workouts and pricing scheme.

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Beyerdynamic Aventho Wireless Headphones Review – The best on-ears?

The Aventho Wireless does so many things right, from its immaculate construction to its powerhouse sound quality. But is it worth the high asking price? Find out all the deets in our review!

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Honor 7X with Android Oreo review: EMUI 8 plays for keeps

Honor hasn’t forgotten about the 7X, and the recent beta rollout of Android Oreo has made it an even better budget offering than before.

When we first reviewed the Honor 7X back in December, we called it “the new budget champion.” Never before had a sub-$ 200 phone offered such a modern design and premium build quality, all while also delivering on the basics like battery life and camera performance.

The one thing that set the phone  [Read More…]

Nwsty review: the news app for those who don’t (usually) read news

Keep away from fake news with the nwsty app which taps only into reliable sources. Get the most important global stories delivered right to your phone with nwsty.

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Fiio BTR1 Portable Wireless DAC Review – No headphone jack, no problem

It’s been a year and a half since we’ve first seen the idea of a headphone jack-free smartphone implemented, with the iPhone 7. For fans of wired audio, it’s been a war we’ve been losing since that time. Several major Android players, like HTC, Motorola, and Sony have unapologetically followed in Apple’s footsteps. Fortunately, Samsung […]

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Doodle Jump is still hopping nearly a decade on [Retro Review]

Revisiting one of the most iconic mobile games ever released.

Mobile gaming has come a long way since 2010 — thanks to the crazy processing power of modern smartphones, we’ve reached the point where you can play console-quality games on the go. And yet, there’s still something to be said for those games that offer a simple distraction in small doses.

Take Doodle Jump, a game that I was reminded of after seeing the arcade version at  [Read More…]