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Gizmag reviews the LG G3, easily one of the best smartphones of 2014

LG’s latest handset isn't looking to rewrite the book on smartphones, and we aren't even sure if that's possible at this stage. What it does want to do is dazzle your eyes with its huge, ultra-sharp display. Is that display, a more restrained take on Android and some genuinely useful features enough to make this one of the best smartphones of the year? Read on, as Gizmag reviews the LG G3.  Read More

InkCase+ is a planned electronic ink display that complements your Android smartphone, all...

Los Angeles-based startup Oaxis has turned to Kickstarter to develop InkCase+, a secondary screen for Android smartphones that uses electronic ink technology to improve battery life. Slated for an October release, the 3.5-in display fits inside a custom phone case and will be equipped with bluetooth, dedicated apps and a 500 mAh battery promising 19 hours of reading time on a single charge.  Read More

Gizmag visits the Paris HQ of Keecker for a chat with CEO and Founder Pierre Lebeau (Photo...

Back in January, French startup Keecker made a bit of a CES splash with a cute and curvy home entertainment computer capable of moving around on its own or as instructed by an app-based remote, and transforming any wall, door or ceiling into a huge projected screen. Gizmag dropped in on the company's Paris home at the weekend for a chat with CEO and Founder Pierre Lebeau, and a one-on-one with the multi-talented Keecker prototype.  Read More

Sony says its new Xperia C3 is the 'world’s best selfie smartphone'

Regardless of your take on them, selfies have become such a phenomenon as to spawn specially designed cameras and shooting modes. Now Sony is getting in on the action with the Xperia C3 "selfie smartphone."  Read More

The LokLok app in use

Your phone's lock-screen is used to keep would-be snoopers out of your messages, but a new app turns this idea on its head. Once installed, LokLok allows friends to leave messages and drawings on each other's lock-screens. Two things seem certain: it will be great fun and it will all end in tears!  Read More

Gizmag reviews Android Wear ... at the very beginning

Every smartwatch we've seen so far has run its own unique software, but we can't say any of it has been anything special. Starting this week, though, Google's new smartwatch platform is about to make its way into the wild. Join Gizmag, for our initial review of Android Wear.  Read More

An example of a news article displayed in the app (Image: Dr. Wee Kuok Kwee)

Researchers at the Multimedia University in Malaysia have developed an app called the Intelligent Narrator to read out news articles in real-time. Supporting multiple languages, the app can automatically identify an online newspaper's language and read out the news in the same language.  Read More

The Odin projector from Dos Owls

The wealth of available online content can mean that a TV sits in the corner gathering dust and the monthly subscription to a set-top box service just goes to waste. Such was the case for Alex Yoo of Dos Owls, so he got rid of both. Though quite liberating, he missed being able to sit back on the sofa and watch a movie on a big screen TV. He turned to a hefty projector and connected computer, but fighting through the cable spaghetti and dealing with issues like overheating prompted him to try and find another way. And so the idea for Odin was born – a pocket-sized projector with its own computer running Android KitKat, and packing built-in speakers, Wi-Fi and a battery.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the first two Android Wear watches, the Samsung ...

Google's interest in wearables is no longer just about Google Glass. Starting next month, the first Android Wear smartwatches are going to land. Wondering which of the first two Wear watches to buy? Let's take a look at the features and specs of the Samsung Gear Live and LG G Watch.  Read More

Razer's upcoming Android micro-console

After yesterday's announcement of Android TV, we can soon expect to see a steady stream of home entertainment products running the new platform. One of those devices is going to be made by popular gaming hardware OEM Razer, which announced its micro-gaming console plans at Google I/O.  Read More

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