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There’s no excuse to lose your phone anymore

For what seems like the millionth time, this year alone, I've seen someone post an "I lost my phone" status update on Facebook. Clearly the millionth time reference is an exaggeration, but seriously, how can you lose your phone these days. Keep in mind, we're not talking about a cheap flip phone from back in the day, but modern Android (and iOS) smartphones.

NVIDIA TegraZone gains Rochard and Smash Hit

Another pair of games has arrived in the TegraZone today. This latest release includes Rochard and Smash Hit, and of course, along with being found in the TegraZone, both will be available by way of the Play Store. Not to mention, both will be taking advantage of the Tegra 4 processor. Rochard requires a game controller, and Smash Hit is touch-only, which seems to suggest we have something for a variety of device owners.

The new LG G Flex commercial is creeping us out

I’ve got a theory about LG. I think they want to be the next Samsung. Their UX is bloated, and its girth is always increasing — just like TouchWiz. They have devices in just about every category and size, which is Samsung’s game. Now they’re making terrible, creepy commercials, too.

LG G Pro 2: setting up and using Knock Code

We have already posted our review of the LG G Pro 2, however a few new buzz words came along with this release. LG introduced the handset with features such as Mini View, Dual Browser, Magic Focus, Natural Flash, and Knock Code. We plan on offering a bit more on each of these, beginning today with setting up and using Knock Code.

Chromecast or Roku? Let the dongle wars begin!

Chromecast, or the new Roku streaming stick? with the new Roku stick coming down in price to $50, you can now enjoy all that Roku’s platform has to offer without a set-top box. On the other hand, Chromecast offers a lot of unique twists that make it incredibly useful. Tough choice.