The ten best (and cheapest) Android gadgets to buy post-holidays

One of the most irritating, debated, often echoed and outright bogus myths of the 21st century retail world is the so-called post-holidays slump. Slump, slip, decline, recession, whatever, it’s just not real. Yes, some people tighten the belt after excessively spending during the holidays, and some retailers avoid January price cuts after slimming down their

Alcatel One Touch devices now available in the U.S.

Alcatel One Touch smartphones have been available outside the U.S. in a wide range of countries. But the company now acknowledges the need to have a presence in the U.S. as well as it has launched a dedicated website known (in partnership with Amazon) which will offer a series of smartphones and tablets directly to

Qualcomm Snapdragon 820

Rumors about the delay of Snapdragon 810 surface again

According to multiple reports, Qualcomm could have decided to delay the supply of the new 64-bit Snapdragon 810 chipset. Earlier last month, we heard reports of the chipset receiving overheating related complaints. This new report mentions the same issue and claims that the Cortex-A57 CPU cores on the device are to be blamed. We’re yet to

HTC RE Camera

HTC RE Camera can now livestream videos on YouTube

HTC unveiled the RE Camera in October last year to mixed response from fans and critics alike. The device has now received the ability to start live streams directly on YouTube, letting the world watch through the eyes of your RE Camera. HTC announced the feature at the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show. The feature will make

Razer Nabu X

Razer Nabu X is a fitness band for just $19.99

After announcing the Forge TV a couple of days ago, Razer took the wraps off the Nabu X fitness band earlier today. The key point to mention here apart from the features of the device is the fact that it costs a measly $19.99, assuming you’re one of the Razer Insiders. The wearable will cost $49.99 for

CES 2015 recap: All the new Android smartphones showcased in Vegas

Don’t let your calendars fool you. Even though the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show is technically scheduled to run through January 9, the glamorous unveiling festivities are very much over. And I know what you Android addicts are thinking. Man, this was a disappointing trade fair. No next-gen Samsung Galaxy S flagship, no LG G4, no

Razer Forge TV

Android TV based Razer Forge goes official for $99.99

One of the first Android TV devices to be shown off was made by Razer. Although no details were provided on this device back then, Razer has just made the device official at the CES earlier today. Known as the Razer Forge TV, this device brings Android TV functionality on the cheap. As of now,

Lenovo Unveils P90 Intel 64-Bit Phone With Lollipop

Along with a few other devices, Lenovo has unveiled their new P90 smartphone. The P90 is notable because it is the first smartphone to use Intel’s new 64-bit CPU and LTE Advanced modem. The specs on this phone are typical of a large phone. The P90 has a 5.5″ 1080p screen, 2 GB of RAM, and

Android TV

Future Philips TVs will be powered by Android TV

Philips is a renowned brand in the world of television, although it has been relatively quiet for the past few years. And in a bid to remain competitive in the quickly evolving market, the company has now announced that it will launch all of its future Smart TVs with Google’s Android TV software preinstalled. The

Polaroid Printer

Polaroid unveils Zip Instant mobile printer for $129.99

During last year’s CES event, Polaroid unveiled the unique Socialmatic camera which could print out photos within a minute and offer social networking features, all in one device. But at this year’s event, the company has announced something more basic which could appeal to a broader audience. Called the Zip Instant printer, this device essentially allows

LG G Flex 2

LG G Flex 2 smartphone officially unveiled

Perhaps the biggest announcement of the CES 2015 event, the LG G Flex 2, has just been shown off today. The smartphone is all that we expected it to be, and some. Unsurprisingly, the smartphone is smaller than its predecessor, which was a necessary adjustment LG had to make to accommodate for the size. The smartphone

ASUS Morse code

ASUS teases the launch of next flagship with Morse code

ASUS has teased the arrival of a dual camera smartphone on social media networks before. And today, the company has made it glaringly obvious that its upcoming flagship will indeed be camera oriented. The Taiwanese manufacturer has posted a teaser on YouTube completely in Morse code, which roughly translates to “optical zoom”. This tells us

LG G Flex

LG could unveil the G Flex 2 smartphone at CES: Rumor

Reports in the past have indicated that LG could be prepping the launch of the G Flex 2 smartphone at the CES 2015 event in Las Vegas next week. A new report from South Korea now reiterates that the smartphone will launch during the event as originally rumored. It is also mentioned that this smartphone will be