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The Prynt instant camera case promises to let you print photographs directly from your And...

A new prototype instant camera case promises to let you print photographs directly from your Android or Apple smartphone, and in just 30 seconds. Dubbed Prynt, the modular unit acts as both a phone case and printer, and boasts an all-in-one ink and paper refill pack that claims to make reloading on the go a breeze.  Read More

The Duet combines Android and Windows systems with an Intel Edison mini-computer, allowing...

We’ve seen a number of smart tables from Ideum before, but the Duet brings something a little new, integrating both Windows 8 and Android computers into a single unit. The company has designed it to be easy to switch between the two operating systems, and the hardware itself is a rugged, multitouch affair.  Read More

Google's Project Ara modular smartphone will go on sale in a limited trial later this year

We first caught a glimpse of Google's Project Ara modular smartphone early last year, but the company has just shown off a working prototype, and says an initial pilot program will begin in Puerto Rico in the second half of 2015. The update came at Project Ara's second annual developer conference held at Google's headquarters in in Mountain View, California.  Read More

The Instagram logo-inspired Socialmatic from Polaroid

Polaroid has been teasing us with the release of its Socialmatic camera for a while now, and after some delays it is finally shipping. We got our hands on the company's big square Android-based digital camera with built-in zero-ink printer at CES 2015 and can also confirm it actually works as advertised.  Read More

Google has updated its Google Translate app for Android and iOS

Not so long ago, the idea of a universal language translation device making the jump from science fiction to reality seemed preposterous. Google Translate, however, is fast becoming that device. Its most recent update includes seamless conversation and foreign text translation.  Read More

Three apps running side-by-side in 'phone mode' (Photo: Eric Mack/Gizmag.com)

It was an unusual year for mobile tech at CES 2015, with two of the most intriguing mobile devices coming from companies we'd never heard of before. The smartphone we drooled over most was the Saygus V2 from a small American company, and as for tablets, it was the Chinese startup founded by a trio of ex-Googlers called Jide and its upcoming "Remix Ultra Tablet" that was the most intriguing large screen device.  Read More

The ZenFone 2 looks like it's among the best smartphone values announced at CES 2015 (Phot...

Asus announced its ZenFone 2 Android handset at CES 2015 this week. It's a solid flagship phone that really only has two features that make it stand out from a crowded field of smartphones, but they're arguably the two most important features.  Read More

The US$250 Spur Atomic smartwatch puts a smartphone on your wrist (Photo: C.C. Weiss/Gizma...

Epitomical's Spur Atomic smartwatch takes a play out of the Neptune Pine's (or Dick Tracy's) book by squeezing a smartphone into something that'll fit comfortably on your wrist. Its sporty, curved look contrasts from the bulkier and rectangular Pine, yet the Atomic still manages to provide Android 4.2 alongside a solid set of specs that put it on par with low- to mid-range smartphones.  Read More

The L.Y.N.X. 9 offers outlandish looks and lots of functionality

While the popularity of mobile gaming has risen dramatically in the last few years, the fact remains that touch controls simply cannot compete with a physical controller when it comes to accuracy and comfort. Mad Catz has put some serious effort into solving the issue, creating a gamepad for Android devices that actually transforms depending you whether you’re using it with a tablet or a smartphone.  Read More

IK Multimedia's new iRig 2 guitar interface

It's been over 4 years since IK Multimedia first launched a nifty double act that allowed guitarists to plug into numerous digital stomp box and amp emulations on a smartphone. The company has since added a number of new versions to its iRig interface and AmpliTube app family, including the iRig HD and iRig PRO, but until now players will have had to use an Apple smart device to access IK's world of tone. Though the iRig HD was recently made compatible with a very few Android mobile devices, the iRig 2 is spreading the Android love to more users.  Read More

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