The Moshi iVisor Glass Screen protector has been released and we’re taking an in-depth look. Check out our post for all the relevant details
It’s been over 6 months since SwiftKey released it’s iOS version. Has it caught up to its incredibly popular Android counterpart?
Google is allowing more Android apps to run on Chrome OS. With Archon Packager anyone can make Chrome OS a better experience.
Today we take a look at the 5 best cases for the Samsung Galaxy S6! Check out our list Protection is important and our list has you covered.
Why do some apps still take their time arriving on Google’s platform? We ponder the problem and wonder when we’ll see Periscope on Android.
The Spigen Neo Hybrid case for the S6 Edge is slim, durable and affordable. Let’s take an in-depth look at the design of the case.
Google has discontinued the Nexus 7 2013 model, joining the ranks of the Nexus 10 and the Nexus 7 2012.
Today, we take a look at the Leef iBridge. A convenient device to easily backup or transfer photos, music or videos to and from your iDevice
Today we’re going to give you the full rundown on a set of waterproof headphones called the Swimbuds sports. Are they what they claim?
The amount of revenue Google is bringing in from the Nexus program has dropped. We examine why and what can be done to right the ship.
There’s a way for consumers to leave T-Mobile if they are on the T-Mobile JUMP plan without having a very large balance. Details enclosed.
Comcast will drop plans for a mega merger with Time Warner Cable after backlash from Consumers and officials in Washington
Today, Apple has discreetly updated the Apple Watch pairing application with the ability to view the specific Apple Watch App Store.
Ahead of tomorrow’s official release, Apple has released the User Guide for the Apple Watch. Be sure to check this out and dive in to it.
Apple has rejected a longstanding application, SeaNav US, on the grounds of compatibility with the Pebble Smartwatch. Is this the beginning?
Security researchers have discovered a method to detect QUANTUMINSERT, brought to light by Edward Snowden, and developed by the NSA.
We’re all familiar with signal bars on our phones, but what do they mean, and are they always accurate? We have a little bit of insight.