The Moto 360 is one of the very few goodlooking smartwatches in the market today. It's my choice of smartwatch when it comes to the looks department but I hope it allows more customization. Good thing there's the SteelConnect M
There may be a lot of wireless and Bluetooth headsets available but admit it, not every model you can find on the market offers great audio quality. The best pairs of headsets are usually wired there's no way you can make it
It can be a challenge keeping your smartphone charged if you use it a lot and aren’t near an outlet all day. There are plenty of rechargeable portable batteries out there that you can use to help keep your device topped off.
We have seen a number of VR headsets that are basically holders for smartphones in the past. One of the more interesting and cheap VR headsets out there came from Google in the form of Google Cardboard. Another new VR headset has
Normally when you set up a WiFi network in your home or office for your Android devices and other items, it takes a lot of configuration and typing in of long keys to get online. A new router has surfaced called the Keewifi
EDMT is a new app that is described as an interactive visual music app. The app was designed by media artist Fader and allows users to play with their phone or tablet to generate EDM inspired sounds. The app offers users several
One of the biggest challenges with taking good video and photos using your Android device in a dark room or environment is lighting. Most Android devices have a flash, but the flash on many of them isn’t that great. This is
You've got a mighty powerful computer right in your pocket. It may not match a desktop or even a laptop in sheer power, but it makes up for portability and convenience. But what if your smartphone can actually become your
Bluetooth-connected headphones are a dime a dozen lately, but there are only a few that can claim they're for all purposes and for all kinds of lifestyles and activities. A Kickstarter project does just that with the Chips Hi-Fi
People who constantly lose things (or people?) have much to thank technology for, since the invention of tracking devices and its like. But a new Kickstarter project can probably claim that it is so far the smallest of them all.