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Android Smartphones Can Finally Get Predator Vision Too

David Smothers March 24, 2014

Earlier in the year, FLIR got us all hot and bothered by revealing a thermal vision smartphone case that could actually see our excitement. Unfortunately it’s only for iPhone users, and won’t be available until the early summer. But Android fans will have the last laugh with their own thermal imaging add-on—the Therm-App—that’s already available…. Continue Reading »

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Is This HTC’s New Flagship Phone?

David Smothers March 24, 2014

HTC made One of the most beautiful (and best) Android phones ever last year. Now it’s about time for the follow-up, and this could be it. This 15 minute video from VidxHD shows the new HTC One (AKA the M8, but apparently not the HTC Two) in all its glory, featuring a more curved metal… Continue Reading »

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Microsoft Might Be Bringing Android Apps to Windows Phone

David Smothers February 12, 2014

Unnamed insiders are telling The Verge’s Tom Warren that Microsoft is considering bringing Android apps to both Windows Phone and other Windows devices. Looks like the WP8 app ecosystem could get a lot better in the blink of an eye. Windows Phone 8 boasts some rad hardware. Now-Microsoft-owned Nokia in particular, constantly puts out uniquely… Continue Reading »

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1Password

David Smothers February 8, 2014

Description This is an official release of 1Password Reader for Android. The application allows you to get an access to your logins, accounts, and other information created on your Mac or PC and synchronize your phone with your computer. It serves as a vault allowing you to see your secure data created on your Mac… Continue Reading »

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SkipLock Is An Elegant Way To Unlock Your Phone Without Any Hassle

David Smothers December 30, 2013

If you are a privacy-minded person, but love the convenience of being able to unlock your phone without using a possibly-lengthy security measure, SkipLock is an app that may strike your fancy. Formerly branded Unlock With WiFi, this new rewritten app allows users to have their phone automatically unlock when connected to selected WiFi networks… Continue Reading »

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Google, Audi to Announce Partnership at CES – Bringing Android to Cars

David Smothers December 30, 2013

According to sources of The Wall Street Journal, next week’s CES should be big not just for small consumer electronics, but for the automobile industry as well. Google and Audi are reported to be teaming up, set to unveil a new partnership and platform to bring the Android mobile OS to vehicles worldwide. With Android… Continue Reading »

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Hyetis Crossbow: A $1,200 Smartwatch With 41MP Camera

David Smothers November 11, 2013

While we are waiting anxiously to know all about the smartwatches that are coming from Samsung, Google and Apple, an impressive wearable tech has just been revealed. Say hello to the Hyetis Crossbow. The Swiss-made smartwatch features a 41-megapixel camera, the same one on the Lumia 1020 as you probably know, and a ring flash… Continue Reading »

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How the Nexus 5 Compares to Its Toughest Smartphone Competition

David Smothers October 31, 2013

Finally, the long-awaited Nexus 5 has arrived in the form of 5 inches of pure, unfiltered Android just the way Google always intended. That all sounds nice, but as Google’s flagship response to other big dogs like the iPhone 5S and Lumia 1020, does the refreshed Nexus have the specs to keep up with the… Continue Reading »

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Runtastic’s New App Goes Straight For the Abs

David Smothers October 11, 2013

You may be familiar with Runtastic’s workout app that’s primarily geared toward running. It’s one of the most advanced running apps out there, with interval training and all kinds of metrics. But today the company is shifting its focus away from your legs and honing in on your mid-section. Runtastic Six Pack is, as you’d… Continue Reading »

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Android passes a billion activations; next version will be KitKat

David Smothers September 6, 2013

Sundar Pichai took to Google+ just a few minutes ago and revealed a big milestone, along with the apparently well-kept secret that is the name for the next version of Android. As the headline reads, Android has now passed a billion activations. This comes just a little over three months after they hit the 900… Continue Reading »

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