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Review: Google Huawei Nexus 6P

For the past five years, Google has released a Nexus smartphone per year, but this year, there are two Nexus smartphones, the LG Nexus 5X and the Huawei Nexus 6P. The Nexus 6P, the successor of the Motorola Nexus 6, features a sleek metal body and dual front stereo speakers, much like the …

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Review: Myo Armband

In recent years, the gesture-based control market has blossom. We have Microsoft’s Kinect and LeapMotion, both aimed at offering better user experience. And then comes the Myo Armband. If you have not heard of the Myo Armband, you must not miss it. The armband works by monitoring the change of bioelectricity, which …

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Review: ZAGG Pocket

We first saw the ZAGG Pocket during CES 2015 with a little hands-on. The ZAGG Pocket keyboard is actually more versatile than most pocket keyboards out in the market, being that it also works with smartphones and tablets running iOS, Android and Windows Phone via Bluetooth. Let’s review the features of ZAGG Pocket again …

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Review: Oaxis Star.21

The Star.21, a wearable fitness tracker created by Taiwan-based company, Oaxis, was one of the many products that was made a reality thanks to crowd funding. Back in 2014, Oaxis turned to Pozible to start the funding of this fitness tracker and completely blew it out of the water with …

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Review: Huawei P8 Lite

According to a recent article posting by Strategy Analytics, China-based smartphone maker Huawei has surpassed Microsoft as the world’s third largest mobile phone manufacturer. Despite being a big player, the brand is barely familiar to users here in the United States. We were able to spend some time with the Huawei …

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