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Always at the forefront of innovation when it comes to mobile autonomy, Motorola has done it again, just as Lenovo was closing the device manufacturer’s purchase. They’ve taken the wraps off and commercially released the Droid Turbo, which grabs the battery powerhouse baton right from the hands of the dying Droid Maxx. Not all about juice, the 5.2 incher offers top-shelf specifications through and through, including a blazing fast quad-core 2.7 GHz Snapdragon 805 SoC, 3 GB RAM, 21 MP dual-LED flash camera and Quad HD Super AMOLED...

The much hyped Angry Birds Transformers game has officially hit the Google Play Store earlier today, letting Android users in on some of the robotic bird slinging action. This is a free app obviously and follows the same gameplay as preceding Angry Birds titles. The only difference here is that the birds transform into “AUTOBIRDS” when slinging towards the piggy territory. Playable characters include Optimus Prime, Bumblebee and the rest of the crew from the Transformers franchise. Understandably, Angry Birds Transformers...

This post seeks to guide you through backing up your data saved in your Samsung Galaxy S3 as it is always imperative they are kept safe especially if you are planning to do factory reset. Also, I will guide you through booting your phone in safe mode and recovery mode. You need to know these modes as they can help you troubleshoot problems or fix any errors you may encounter. The procedures I cited here are basic and simple that you don’t need to have advanced knowledge of the Android system to be able to follow them. Click on any...

Alright, manly men, hardcore outdoor enthusiasts, war seekers, iPhone haters and, last but not least, Android lovers. We’re back with a new set of rugged gear recommendations. We’ve just tackled the best, most durable tablets around, so this time, we’ll shine the spotlight on some of the toughest smartphones in the world. Better put, we’ll shine it back, as, believe it or not, a lot has changed in the world of John McClane-friendly Android handhelds these past months. Specifically, four brand new contenders want to bid for the...

The Moto 360 smartwatch is widely popular with the masses. And while the device is supplied with a Qi wireless charging dock, users willing to buy another unit can now go ahead and get it via the Play Store. The charging dock was previously listed on Google’s dedicated store but wasn’t available for purchase up until now. Users can also get the charger from Best Buy if they choose to pick it up personally from the nearest outlet. The Play Store pricing has been set at $39.99 which is pretty expensive for a charging cradle,...

With the Nexus 9 already available on pre-order, Amazon has started listing the official cases and covers meant for the tablet. The much rumored keyboard case is listed on the site with a price tag of $129.99, which is quite steep for an accessory. Amazon is also selling the standard case/cover for the Nexus 9 at $39.99. This is more like the Apple Smart Cover and Google has also enabled some nifty software features which work handily with the cover. It seems like customers of the Nexus 9 will have a lot more spending to do in order...

Best Buy has now started selling the spare or replacement charger for the Moto 360 smartwatch through its retail outlets across the U.S. Although the Moto 360 comes with a charger of its own, customers can have a spare charger in handy for work or if they travel frequently. Since this isn’t an ordinary charger, Motorola is charging a hefty $39.99. This is understandable given that it is based on the Qi standard. However, there are multiple Qi based chargers available elsewhere for a lot cheaper, which is worth a look as well. Best...

The makers of OnePlus One have entered the accessories business as of recently. And after launching an affordable pair of earbuds for audiophiles, the manufacturer has now launched a premium pair of headphones called the E1+. Interestingly, OnePlus has launched these headphones in partnership with JBL which is known for its premium line of music accessories. These headphones have been priced at $39.99 and will be available starting this month in key OnePlus markets. The E1+ uses JBL’s 9mm audio drivers, providing optimum sound...