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In implementing Apple's iBeacon technology through a software update, Automatic turned its...

A lot has been said (or left unsaid) about Apple's continued eschewing of NFC in its smartphones. One possible explanation is that the company has a lot of faith in its own iBeacon technology, a Bluetooth Low Energy standard which alerts iPhone apps when you are near a transmitter (beacon), as a replacement. After establishing iBeacons in every one of its domestic US stores, Apple has turned to other applications and with the technology now enabled in the Automatic smart driving assistant, it might just be getting its show on the road.  Read More

Gizmag goes hands-on to compare the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 to the iPad Air and Retina iPad mi...

When we reviewed the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9", we said that it blended the best of large and small tablets better than any other slate out there. So why not see how it sizes up next to the most popular large and small tablets around? Read on, as Gizmag goes hands-on to compare the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9" to Apple's iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina Display.  Read More

A complete view of the SenseCover from Moshi

Flip cases are nice in that they offer a lot of protection, but they make it more difficult to access the phone. Moshi is aiming to rectify this problem with the introduction of its SenseCover case, which features a touch-sensitive strip that allows users to answer calls without having to flip the case open.  Read More

Gizmag goes in-depth and hands-on to compare the Apple iPhone 5s (left) and Google/LG Nexu...

The last time we took a look at the Nexus 5 and iPhone 5s, we ran through a simple comparison of their specs and features. But now that we've had some extended hands-on time with both handsets, we thought it was worth revisiting the decision. Read on, as Gizmag goes hands-on to compare the LG/Google Nexus 5 and Apple iPhone 5s.  Read More

Humin is a new app that aims to present contacts in a contextual manner

A new app, soft-launched last week at the DLD Conference in Munich, aims to take a contextual and personalized approach to managing a user's contacts. Humin does away with the standard alphabetical contacts list and organizes contacts in a way that's said to be similar to the human brain.  Read More

The Zoom iQ5 mid-side condenser microphone for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

Three months after Zoom Japan unveiled the iQ5 mid-side condenser microphone for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, its North American arm has announced immediate US availability at NAMM 2014. The pocket-friendly device makes use of a unique rotating mechanism which allows for left-right stereo recording at CD-quality resolution, even if the iOS host device is capturing video in landscape mode.  Read More

Gizmag compares the specs and features of the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 and iPad mini wit...

Samsung has four new high-end tablets set to launch in the next few months. The smallest of the bunch, the Galaxy TabPRO 8.4, looks like Samsung's best answer yet to the iPad mini. Let's plop it down next to the iPad mini with Retina Display, and see how their features and specs compare.  Read More

The All-Dock can charge up to six devices at one time

When someone claims to have produced the "world's fastest" docking station, it's hard not to take notice. That's exactly what Dittrich California Inc. is claiming with its new All-Dock, which comes in four- and six-port options.  Read More

Gizmag reviews Amazon's best tablet to date, the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9

Two years ago, Amazon's first Kindle Fire was a popular tablet. But let's be honest: apart from a tempting price tag, it didn't really hold a candle to higher-end rivals like the iPad. Fast-forward to today, and Amazon has managed to merge budget pricing with hardware that, in some ways, is actually superior to its competitors from the high-rent district. Join Gizmag, as we review Amazon's best tablet to date, the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9".  Read More

Apple is reportedly working on two new iPhones (rendered approximately next to iPhone 5s),...

After two straight years of iPhones with 4-inch screens, most people expect Apple's 2014 model to give us a bigger display. According to a new report, the company is set to do just that – with both a larger iPhone 6 and an iPhone phablet in the works.  Read More

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