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The LG G3 (left) and HTC One (M8) (right) - two Android heavyweights ready to do battle

While it tends to be Samsung’s flagship handsets that take the lion-share of Android smartphone sales, there’s a lot to love about the high-end devices from LG and HTC. There’s a fair argument to be made for the HTC One (M8) handset being the current king of the Android crop, and maybe even the best smartphone on the market full stop. That said, the newly announced LG G3 wins out against the One in a number of key categories. Read on as we compare the two devices in an effort to see whether the G3 has what it takes to topple the Android king.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the LG G3 and Samsung Galaxy S5

Though LG's smartphones sell pretty well, they aren't nearly as popular as Samsung's. But is an underdog like LG more likely to push the smartphone envelope? Let's plop down LG's latest flagship, the G3, next to the Samsung Galaxy S5 to compare their features and specs.  Read More

i-Ox aims to allow users to comfortably use their phone in landscape with one hand

The design of smartphones, along with the shape of the human hand, makes portrait mode the preferred option in most cases. The i-OX grip is designed to provide a comfortable way to hold a phone while using it in various orientations.  Read More

The LG G3 features a 5.5-inch Quad HD display

LG has raised the curtain on its latest high-end smartphone offering. The flagship device features top tier specs including an impressive Quad HD display, that should help it compete with top Android handsets like Samsung’s Galaxy S5 and HTC’s One (M8). Despite its branding as a “simple” device, the G3 holds some very impressive specs.  Read More

The Magic Phone Stand seems to make your smartphone appear as if it's floating in mid-air

There are many smartphone stands on the market already, so getting our attention is pretty tough. The Magic Phone Stand has done just that, though, with a mount that makes your device appear as if it's floating in mid-air.  Read More

The Dell Venue 11 Pro is a powerful and versatile tablet

It's often said that that you shouldn't mix business with pleasure. If that's the case, someone needs to tell the folks at Dell, because the high-end business-focused Venue 11 Pro tablet is a joy to use. We already knew its specs looked impressive, but after testing it, we didn't want to give it back.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 and Apple iPad Air

Microsoft is branding the Surface Pro 3 as "a tablet that can replace your laptop." But, with an enormous 12-in screen, maybe the real question is whether this pseudo-laptop can replace your tablet? Let's pit its features and specs against those of the iPad Air, and see what happens.  Read More

The iStick features both Lightning and USB connectors

Although the iPhone and iPad may indeed pack a whole plethora of features, they still lack a plain ol' USB port. This means that they can't share files with a Mac or PC via a regular flash drive. The iStick, however, isn't regular. According to its creators, it's the world's first Lightning-to-USB flash drive.  Read More

Golgi is a new data transfer platform that promises to make apps load up to 20 times faste...

Slow-loading apps can be a real frustration for users and can ultimately result in the apps being discarded. Now, a newly-launched platform wants to put an end to the "spinning wheel" of slow loading. Golgi says it can increase the loading speed of apps by up to 20 times.  Read More

UK-based OwnFone has released a 3D-printed mobile phone with braille buttons

UK-based mobile phone company OwnFone has launched what it says is the world’s first commercially-available braille mobile phone. The OwnFone is a simple, light and low-cost device that can be set up with braille quick-dial buttons. It is customized by the user before being 3D-printed by OwnFone.  Read More

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