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The Xiaomi Mi 4i sports a 5-inch screen and upper mid-range specs at a buget price, with f...

Having already bestowed some flattery upon the iPad mini with its Mi Pad, Chinese electronics giant has continued the theme with its latest (upper) mid range smartphone, the Mi 4i. Revealed at an event in New Delhi yesterday, the Mi 4i looks a bit like the iPhone 6 and iPhone 5s had a love child, but packs an impressive set of specs for its budget price.  Read More

The nabi Big Tab is a huge kids' tablet that's great for multiplayer family fun

If you're in the market for a big family tablet, the nabi Big Tab more than delivers with your choice of a whopping 20-in or 24-in touchscreen, supported by a child-friendly selection of educational and entertaining games and apps. Read on, for Gizmag's review of Fuhu's nabi Big Tab.  Read More

Google is rolling out a big update for Android Wear that adds lots of new features (Photo:...

Google is rolling out a massive update to its line of Android Wear smartwatches that adds quite a few features ranging from improvements to emojis to the ability for apps to integrate the platform's "always on" feature.  Read More

Android users can now search for 'find my phone' in Google Search via a desktop browser to...

Losing your phone can happen easily. Unfortunately, finding it again can often be not so easy. Google has just made the search process a little easier for Android users, however. Now they need only type "find my phone" into Google Search using a desktop browser.  Read More

Through haptic feedback, Immersion can recreate the feeling of rain, a ball bouncing aroun...

Games on Android phones are about to add a new dimension of gameplay. A San Jose, CA company called Immersion has created a way to add a layer of touch to your favorite mobile games, making it feel as though you’re actually there. Through haptic feedback, the company can recreate the feeling of rain or a ball bouncing around on the screen, and even mimic how it feels to drive a car around the track.  Read More

Huawei's P8 has a premium design (with more than a little iPhone 6 influence) and less tha...

Huawei may not be a household name in the West (at least not yet), but the Chinese company is quickly carving out a sizable piece of the global smartphone pie, with its flagships that combine mid-range prices with premium designs. Its latest pair, the Huawei P8 and P8max, continue that trend.  Read More

'Le Superphone' will be the first smartphone made by Chinese company LeTV (Photo: Emily Pr...

Following a questionable marketing campaign in which it compared Apple to Hitler, (and subsequently apologized), LeTV, a Chinese company better known for its video streaming services, has arrived in the US to highlight its move into the smartphone arena with "Le Superphone".  Read More

Persistent Close Air Support (PCAS) enables ground forces and combat aircrews to jointly s...

Since the First World War, airplanes have acted as Close Air Support (CAS) for infantry, though it's been a rocky marriage marked by poor communications and difficult teamwork. DARPA's Persistent Close Air Support (PCAS) project aims to improve coordination between air and ground forces by means of a digital system that works up to seven times faster than regular paper maps and voice radio instructions, and with greater accuracy.  Read More

Mophie's new space pack for the iPad mini has a 7,000 mAh battery, enough juice to keep th...

When it comes to our phones, we could all probably use a little extra battery power and storage space. If you’re an iOS user, Mophie's new versions of its space pack for the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and iPad mini can help out with both.  Read More

Today Instagram rolled out a couple of new creative tools: Color (pictured) and Fade

Now you can get a bit more creative with your Instagram photos thanks to two new creative tools: Color and Fade. The feature is available now for Android users, and will be headed to iOS in a few days.  Read More

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