Wednesday , September 23 2020


All-in-One Card Wants Replace Your Wallet

Most credit card holders are understandably reluctant to use their smartphone for transactions due to a variety of reasons. However, there might be a revolution coming soon that makes making payments easier than ever. All those credit, debit, and gift cards littered throughout the sleeves of your bifold will disappear. Either …

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Google LG Nexus 5X First Impressions

With the recent release of both the Nexus 5X and 6P, did Google once again have a winning recipe for their devices? Here’s our first impressions with the LG Nexus 5X after spending 24 hours with the device. Upon unboxing, our first impression was that the device looks like a cross between …

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Google I/O 2015: What to Expect

With Google I/O 2015 around the corner, we’re expecting to see new details regarding Wear, TV and Auto, and the arrival of Android M, one that would be different from previous and might be less focused on the mobile ecosystem version. Let’s take a look at what talks we have found most …

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CES 2015: Hands-On: Amzer Crusta

Amzer has recently rolled out a new Crusta case designed for smartphones. It is the first phone case to be made with tempered glass. The entire case won’t be made from glass, but rather it will come with a built-in screen protector and back panel that features a hardness rating of …

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CES 2015: Hands-On: Celluon PicoPro

Celluon introduces two new Pico projectors, the PicoPro and PicoAir at CES 2015. The HD, smartphone-sized laser pico projectors offer superior image quality and screen size while always remaining in focus. Capable of projection for up to 3.5 hours, the devices enable users to create big screen experiences any time, any place. …

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