What better way to ensure the safety of your precious smartphone against sudden and forceful impact than with a tried and tested air bag And who better to turn that into a smartphone accessory than car maker Honda.
Following a lengthy series of rumors, Motorola officially announced the Moto G at an event back in mid-November. Since that point we have been watching the handset begin arriving. The North American launch began in Canada and that was followed up with an earlier than expected release in the US market. But along with the announcement for the Moto G itself, Motorola also detailed some accessories. With that in mind, we have recently been spending some time with the Moto G and for today, we have a hands-on with the Flip Shell.
LG has just unveiled its new LG Tone Ultra Bluetooth headset that boasts of delivering quality audio and ergonomic comfort. The Tone Ultra is the company's third entry in its series of uniquely shaped headsets.
The Moto G arrived a bit ahead of schedule for those in the US market. Motorola began selling the handset earlier in the week with promise of deliveries kicking off on December 2nd. Well, a quick check of the accessories section in the online Motorola store shows product listings for the Shells and Flip Shells.
Google gave a sneak peek of a new wireless charging station it had under wraps when it launched the Nexus 5. The dock is now available for purchase and, as expected, is compatible with more than just Google's latest Nexus smartphone.
In a somewhat surprising move, Motorola has just put Google's Chromecast streaming HDMI dongle up for sale on its website. It might not be that surprising considering Motorola is owned by Google, but so far it has attempted to stay from an image of being totally dominated by the tech giant.
ASUS is introducing a new earbud-type headset that, in today's wireless age, focuses on easy wireless connectivity with smart devices. Sporting the latest connectivity options, the ASUS EB50N NearField Headset simplifies connecting with more than one device while still delivering crisp and clear audio.
While the company might be denying it, almost everyone thinks that HTC is in hot water and is in dire need of a good comeback. It seems, however, that its dire need might have loosened a few screws here and there as its UK branch unveils this 3D-printed Gramohorn II for the HTC One that looks straight out of a dystopian steampunk or science fiction TV prop.
Remember the days when people would laugh at you for even thinking about using a physical keyboard with your tablet? Nowadays, tablet keyboards, especially those that double as covers, seem to be gaining traction and ASUS is coming out with its own unique, if not strange-looking, contraption.
The Nexus 5, which was just announced today, sports a number of high-end features, including built-in wireless charging support. But what use would that be without a wireless charging station? Aspiring Nexus 5 owners need not worry as Google has you covered with a brand new wireless charging station that will soon be available for purchase.