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Samsung's Power Sharing Cable lets users easily share charge between their devices

Samsung’s latest smartphone accessory allows users to conveniently transfer a charge from select smartphones and tablets to any Micro USB device. It’s an interesting, if somewhat flawed idea, that highlights a change in our perception of the smartphone.  Read More

The SDK, known as Connect IQ, will allows developers to get their apps and widgets on Garm... Though Garmin has been in the wearables game for a lot longer than most companies, its offerings are a bit lacking when it comes to non-fitness related functionality. To combat this, the company is enlisting the help of third-party developers, with the goal of drawing its functionality closer to fully-blown smartwatches.  Read More

The Epic Signature Edition aims to provide full cellphone functionality on your wrist Epic’s new products reject the trend of smartwatches acting as an extension of your smartphone, instead providing fully-functional cellphone replacements on your wrist or around your neck. The Epic Signature Edition and Epic Mini are currently seeking funding through Indiegogo.  Read More

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (left) and Moto x (2014) (right)

Motorola's and Samsung’s latest smartphones are two of the biggest Android releases of late 2014, but how do they compare? Read on as we compare the features and specs of the Galaxy Note 4 and 2014 Moto X.  Read More

Oculus' new Crescent Bay headset intros a new form factor and built-in audio

Oculus has provided details on the latest version of its Rift virtual reality headset. The new product features built-in 3D audio support alongside improved ergonomics. Unveiled at the Oculus Connect conference, the company also took the opportunity to detail its enhanced relationship with Unity.  Read More

Sony's SmartEyeglass is somewhat clunky-looking Google Glass competitor

While Sony’s smartphone division hasn't exactly been on the up-and-up, the company still isn't afraid to try its luck down new roads. Sony today announced its own heads-up-display-packing wearable, known as SmartEyeglass. The headset, which is designed to pair with Android smartphones, offers a built-in camera and several sensors.  Read More

Both handsets offer great specs at competitive price points

The Nexus 5 and Moto X (2014) have a fair bit in common, with both handsets offering great specs at competitive price points. But having been on the market for almost a year, can Google’s handset hope to compete with Motorola’s 2014 refresh? Read on as we highlight all the key differences between the two flagships.  Read More

Android Wear's stock functionality is a good starting point, but dig a little deeper and i...

The Android Wear platform is built firmly around Google’s Now notification-centric personal assistant service, but there’s a lot more that it can do if you dig a little deeper. Read on as we highlight some of the best apps for Android Wear.  Read More

Amazon's Kindle Fire HD Kids Edition is a durable, child-friendly tablet

Amazon has announced an all new addition to its tablet line, known as the Fire HD Kids Edition. The device, which comes in 6 and 7-inch variants, is an augmented version of the company’s refreshed Fire HD tablets, and packs a range of child-friendly features, from added durability to parental controls.  Read More

The Totem VR headset is looking to raise $350,000 via Kickstarter

Canadian company Vrvana is looking to Kickstarter for a hefty influx of cash to bring its ambitious virtual reality headset, known as the Totem, to the general public. The product offers a number of unique features, including built-in cameras and high levels of compatibility that the company hopes will set it apart from key VR competitors, most notably the Oculus Rift.  Read More

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