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OnePlus 6 India review: Notching up another win

The OnePlus 6 is a fabulous phone once you look past the notch.

The OnePlus 6 is the most anticipated phone of 2018 in India, and for good reason. OnePlus’ aggressive strategy paid dividends for the brand in recent quarters, and the company has a firm foothold in the mid-range segment.

One reason for OnePlus’ popularity in India is because of the fact that the brand maintains price parity with its U.S. counterpart. The 64GB version of  [Read More…]

Udoq Charging Dock System Review – The best engineered base for mobile devices

The Udoq is unlike any other mobile device charging station we’ve seen. It’s premium, clean, and surprisingly flexible. The German startup went all out with this one. But is it worth the relatively steep cost?

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OnePlus 6 review: It’s settled

The OnePlus 6 delivers in every way.

With OnePlus releasing a new phone every six months, it’s safe to say that the OnePlus 6T, likely coming in November, will offer a few select upgrades to the company’s tried-and-true formula — along with a modest price bump.

But if you’re in the market for a phone right now, and don’t want to spend more than you need to on a well-rounded Android experience — heck, smartphone experience  [Read More…]

Fiio F9 Pro In-Ear Headphones Review – Triple driver on the cheap

Fiio, the maker of some of the best affordable audio players, is expanding to headphones. The F9 Pro in-ears is currently the company’s flagship, and we’re taking a look if it can pass the same excellence that we’ve seen in Fiio’s other devices.

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Smart Launcher 5 review: An amazing balance of customization and simplicity

Smart Launcher has blossomed this spring into a launcher that can fill a lot of different niches.

Smart Launcher has been around for years, known for its iconic Flower home screen and categorically-sorted app drawer. It’s long been a stable — if a little bit boring — launcher, but if you haven’t given it a look since it upgraded to Smart Launcher 5 back in March, stop what you’re doing and go download it. Whether you’re interested  [Read More…]

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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