Author Archives: Cory Gunther


Dynamic Keyboard hands-on: keys that change as you type

Earlier this week we found a neat new 3rd party keyboard for Android called Dynamic Keyboard. The promise was a dynamic and fluid typing experience that will predict words, and the keys will dynamically change and increase in size along with prediction. Allowing for a faster, more accurate typing experience. Well, we have the app so check it out below for more details.

Gamestick delayed yet again, set to ship October 29th

The PlayJam Gamestick mini Android console has seen its share of delays and issues, but sadly we have another one to report. After pushing back and delaying the launch more than a few times, we're now hearing October 29th will be the official launch date. This kickstarter backed Android-powered gaming device still has interest, but they better hurry and get it in the hands of gamers and developers.

Variable’s NODE modular sensor gets Android compatibility

The Variable NODE modular sensor was a kickstarter back in 2012 that eventually was fully funded and became a real product. Fast forward just about a year and today the company has announced their first Android compatible NODE sensor, and it's available now for just $149. What is a NODE? More details can be found below.

Gogo aims to deliver inflight WiFi with 6x faster speeds

Getting internet and inflight WiFi at 30,000 feet has been a challenge in the past, but lately things are getting up to speed rather fast. Gogo, the largest provider of inflight WiFi is getting set to announce their new service that will allow for 6x faster speeds. Claiming inflight WiFi could reach 60 Mbps.

Samsung Galaxy S III also spotted running Tizen OS 3.0

Yesterday we shared some new details and news regarding Samsung's mobile operating system Tizen. After a long silence lately it has been appearing more and more. Initial reports suggested it had been canned, but yesterday we saw a Galaxy S 4 sporting the new OS, and now it appears the Galaxy S III from last year is enjoying the same.

Phonebloks reveals a modular smartphone concept

Imagine being able to truly customize and upgrade your smartphone. We're not talking about colors like the Moto X, but actually changing the battery size, add a newer faster processor or more RAM and storage, or a better camera as technology improves. That's exactly what the Phonebloks smartphone wants to do. Getting it done is another task entirely. It's almost a smartphone made out of legos. Check it out below.

LG G2 Verizon vs AT&T: Battle of the buttons

When LG took the stage back in August to announce their new flagship LG G2 smartphone, the main focus was on the buttons. Why? Because the volume and power buttons are located on the back, rather than the sides. Their new device has the world's thinnest full 1080p HD display, and the fastest quad-core processor available today, but today we're following LG and focusing on those buttons.