Author Archives: Shane McGlaun


S6 Edge bends under same pressure as iPhone 6 Plus

When the big screen iPhone 6 Plus came out, some buyers learned the hard way that you have to be careful how you carry the smartphone in the pocket. The larger iPhone was bending under pressure and testing by Square trade found that it took about 100 pounds of pressure to permanently bend the iPhone 6 Plus.

Casio Edifice EQB-510D and ECB-500D show world time

Casio has unveiled a couple new models of watches that fall into its Edifice family. The new models are the EQB-510D and ECB-500D. While these watches are designed to interface with an app running on your Android smartphone, they aren’t designed to give you notifications like a smartwatch.

SnapPower Charger adds USB to your wall outlet

Anyone that has an office at work or home knows that outlets are at a premium. Sometimes plugging in your smartphone to charge means unplugging something else that is using the outlet already. A new outlet cover has turned up that adds a USB port without taking up any of the outlets you need for other items.

Expensify app gets a redesign making it easier to use

It can be hard to keep up with expenses if you travel a lot for work and need to itemize for reimbursement or your taxes. The Expensify app has been around for a while for Android users and the app has been updated with a new mobile design to make it easier to use. The new interface looks better and is more intuitive according to the developers.

New HTC One M9 Plus images leak

A couple new images of the HTC One M9 Plus have hit the web this week. These new images give us a good look at what the phone should look like when it finally launches. We can see in the images that the smartphone appears to have a metal frame.

Blue Freedom charges gadgets using flowing water

Anyone who spends a lot of time outdoors knows that keeping your electronic devices charged up can be a challenge when you are away from an outlet. A new charging device has debuted that is hailed as the smallest hydropower plants in the world and it is called Blue Freedom.

Project Ara gets a radiation sensor

We have talked several times about the Project Ara smartphone that has modules that can be added and removed from the device itself to give the phone new capabilities as needed. A Russian company called Intersoft has presented its first modules at the second Ara developers conference.

InfiniteUSB connects multiple devices to a single USB port

If you have ever had to cycle your smartphones or tablets around because you only have one USB wall charger or a single available USB port on your notebook, we feel your pain. You try to get enough power in each device that you can use them all and often you end up without enough power in any of them for what you need to do.
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