Posts Tagged: android

Remember Instacube?

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Remember the Instacube? It was a Kickstarter project for what is basically an Android powered Instagram linked digital picture frame. Built in WiFi, a 600×600 display, and the ability to randomly display images matching tags or users this fun little toy was asking $99 on Kickstarter for your own cube. Their goal was $250k, and they […]

Stock Android HTC One Coming Soon

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Their was rumor earlier of a new Nexus phone being released, and made by HTC. Despite probably helping out HTC’s stock value this didn’t return much else, however what we can look forward to very soon is a stock Android version of the HTC One. Not officially a Nexus phone, it is branded the HTC […]

ChargeCard, a cheap and portable way to keep phone running longer

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We’ve all been there, its 330 in the afternoon and your phone is already dead. You don’t have a charger handy and your going to have to just suffer through being without a phone until you get home. Typically the alternative is big and bulky battery chargers, or always carrying a charger with you and hoping you can find […]

Samsung is owning android sales, claiming 95% in Q1

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Q1 was a very interesting for the Android market (unless your HTC of course). Though there were no huge or drastic changes, the changes we did see revealed some huge realities. Android itself is growing extremely fast and Apple is becoming a bit less exciting as time goes by. However one huge difference between the two brands has always been there […]

Nexus 5 Rumors

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It’s almost that time again folks  Google IO is just around the corner. Despite all the talk of Google Glass there hasn’t exactly been a huge amount of buzz for new devices. Perhaps this is because last years devices were a bit… well… I’m just going to say I hope you didn’t spend money on the […]

An iPhone Charger for the End Times

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Maybe you’re a camper and want a little something to help you stay connected, or maybe you’re preparing for the (zombie) apocalypse, no matter what your excuse the BioLite CampStove is definitely a unique phone charger worth your attention. The CampStove works in two parts, the first is a furnace that burns whatever twigs and wood like materials […]

Matrix One drops price again, now only $60

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Though the Matrix One may not have very many (or any) spectacular features, its 7″ WXGA display and A8 processor running Android Ice Cream Sandwich might just be the entry-level tablet you need, or considering its low price it can even be considered a disposable backup tablet. Now only $60 this little guy may not […]

Oakley Android Powered Goggles

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We’ve seen this concept before, however this is the first time a real brand is adapting it to make a product we can buy. The Airwave goggles by Oakley won’t be your normal winter sport goggles, powered by Android and featuring bluetooth, GPS, and a heads up display to give you access to playlists, caller […]

Temple Run To Become a Board Game

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In an almost completely opposite move of gaming trends, the extremely popular iOS and Android game Temple Run now has a board game on the market. Though today were seeing big name traditional board games move more and more towards mobile devices and further from physical board games the market for less well-known board games is growing […]

HTC One X Getting First Taste Of Jelly Bean This Month

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Owners of the HTC One X have been proud to know they have one of the best and latest phones on the market, however recently with the news of the HTC One X+ and the delays for Jelly Bean to the device it’s started to feel a little neglected. Though there isn’t much we can […]