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Samsung Galaxy S4 Active

Samsung Galaxy S4 Active

The Korean giant isn’t content with just one flagship smartphone. In addition to the Galaxy S4, the company’s also releasing the Galaxy S4 Mini, and this summer the Galaxy S4 Active. The GS4 Active is built for the rugged, outdoor type. The GS4 Active’s specs remain mostly the same as […]

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Sony Xperia M

Sony Xperia M

Sony’s flagship 5-inch Xperia Z may be the talk of the Android world, but the company’s Xperia M will be more comfortable for people with smaller hands or folks who want something more pocketable. The Xperia M features a smaller 4-inch display (854 x 480 resolution), 1GHz dual-core processor, with Adreno 305 […]

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HTC One with Nexus User Experience

HTC One with Nexus User Experience

Get ready to give up your iPhone. HTC and Google are partnering up to sell the premium HTC One with stock Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean on June 26 for $599. For those who aren’t total tech heads, stock Android provides the “Nexus User experience” (NUE) — meaning it doesn’t have […]

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini

Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini

It’s hard to tell from the image above, but the device isn’t Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S4, but the newly announced Galaxy S4 Mini. As its name implies, it’s a lower-spec-ed version of the GS4. Its screen is 4.3-inches Super AMOLED (qHD 960 x 540 resolution) instead of the 5-inch display […]

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Kikkerland USB 5-in-1 Cable Charger Adapter

Kikkerland USB 5-in-1 Cable Charger Adapter

Packing charging cables for a trip is always a pain these days, especially if you’ve got devices that use different charging ports. Save yourself the extra cable baggage and grab a Kikkerland 5-in-1 cable adapter. It works like a puzzle and splits apart to reveal a mini USB, micro USB, […]

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PLAiR

PLAiR

Streaming video from your computer, tablet or smartphone shouldn’t be a chore. PLAiR is a micro-computer that plugs directly into any TV, monitor or projector with HDMI port and provides an “AirPlay-like experience.” Once PLAiR is connected to a Wi-Fi network and a Google Chrome extension (Mac and Windows is […]