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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
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
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
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
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
The mobile world moves at lightning speed. A few months after the specs on the Droid Turbo wowed us and just one day after the LG G Flex 2 showed off a new top-of-the-line chipset, we meet the Saygus V2, a smartphone from a little company out of Salt Lake City, Utah with ambitions to take on the biggest names in the business. Read More
Google's Chromecast streaming device has been around for more than a year now and its user base continues to grow. We already showed you some cool ways to get the most out of your Chromecast using the Chrome browser on a computer when the device was first released and, although those tips still work, we thought it worth taking a look at the dongle 18 months on to show you even more things it is capable of using your smartphone or tablet. Read More
If you've got plenty of disposable income to spend on an ostentatious smartphone and don't mind that it also shows you don't know much about smartphones, then Tonino Lamborghini Mobile (yes, that Lamborghini) has one for you: the brand new 88 Tauri. Read More
Lenovo joins LG in kicking off the year of the 64-bit smartphone at CES 2015, unveiling one powered by a 64-bit Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset and another packing the latest 64-bit Intel Atom processor. These were announced alongside a new wearable and selfie flash that is basically a modern iteration of the old-school flash cube. Read More
The first new smartphone unveiled at CES 2015 is a follow-up to the LG G Flex, which was on display here in Las Vegas at CES 2014 a year ago. The LG G Flex 2 brings back the curved, (slightly) flexible form factor of the original, but gives a major boost to its hardware and software. Read More
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