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A view of the BikeConsole Smart Mount for iPhone 5S in use in landscape mode

A product we see very often is the smartphone bike mount. A company called Bike2Power isn't revolutionizing the design of such mounts, but what it is bringing to the table is full iPhone 5s support, including access to the Touch ID fingerprint scanner.  Read More

The FotoPro Master Kit comprised of a protective case for the iPhone 5 with tripod and fla...

Chinese Photographic Accessory Designer FotoPro is best known for its range of tripods, but is diversifying with some equally innovative products released at Photo Fair Thailand. The pick of the bunch is a lightweight accessory pack designed to turn the iPhone 5 into a photographic kit.  Read More

The Motion Synth is designed to let users play and alter music with their iOS device's mot...

An Australian company known as AUUG is looking to shake up electronic music with the introduction of its new Motion Synth. The device uses the motion sensing feature of an iPod touch or iPhone to alter and create music.  Read More

Gizmag goes hands-on with Apple's 2013 iPhones: the more advanced iPhone 5s (left) and the...

If you're shopping for a new iPhone this holiday season, Apple has two new handsets to choose from. The iPhone 5s is the higher-end model, but are its upgrades worth the extra US$100? Or do you thumb your nose at its "forward-thinking" features and go with some fun new colors instead? Let Gizmag try to help, as we go hands-on to help you decide whether you're better off with the iPhone 5s or iPhone 5c.  Read More

Here's how to restore your contacts, apps, and media between iOS 6 and iOS 7

Apple's new devices this year all launch with the new iOS 7 mobile operating system. It's definitely a new look, and some of the settings and features that you're used to have changed. If you're moving from an older device running iOS 6, here's how to restore your new iPhone or iPad from an iCloud backup.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the top smartphones of 2013

The holiday shopping season is here, and that means we'll be seeing a lot of deals on smartphones. If you're going to upgrade, which handsets are the best? Let Gizmag lend a hand, as we compare the features and specs of the top smartphones of 2013.  Read More

Logitech's PowerShell Controller + Battery brings conventional games controls and extended...

In just five years, Apple has established iOS as a major gaming platform. Games is the most popular category on the App Store, with over 175,000 of the 975,000+ apps currently available falling within it. Although many games are designed specifically for touchscreen input, there are still plenty that are better suited to a conventional controller. That's where devices such as the new PowerShell Controller from Logitech come in.  Read More

Gizmag reviews Apple's first colorful handset, the iPhone 5c

Every year since 2007, Apple has released one new iPhone at a time. But this year marked the company's first foray into multiples, with the colorful iPhone 5c joining Apple's lineup as the flagship iPhone 5s' sidekick. Is a new look reason enough to buy one phone over another? Let Gizmag help you answer that, as we review the new iPhone 5c.  Read More

Pebble just announced the biggest set of updates to its smartwatch (and its developer tool...

If you own a Pebble smartwatch along with an Android phone, then you can enjoy system-wide notifications. But until today, iPhone users could only get Pebble alerts from a very narrow set of apps. Thanks to a huge update announced today, Pebble owners will soon see every notification from their iPhones on their watches.  Read More

Today Google pushed a big update to its search app for iOS, making Google Now a much more ...

For the last couple of years, you could argue that Google Now was a big advantage that Android had over iOS. Its predictive capabilities and speedy voice search made it much more than just another Siri rival. But with today's update to the Google Search app for iPhone and iPad, Google Now is just about as handy there as it is on Android, with new features that fill in most of the missing pieces.  Read More

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