The V40 ThinQ wasn’t the only thing LG announced this morning, and you probably could’ve guessed that if you remembered some rumors from late last month. The Watch W7 is now official, with LG touting the device as its first hybrid watch. What’s that mean, exactly? The Watch W7 is still a smartwatch running the […]
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The Command and Conquer franchise made its PC debut all the way back in 1995. In the two decades since, the game has garnered a rabid following with dozens of sequels and spinoffs. In 2018, the C&C experience returns to mobile with the free-to-pl…
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Itching to get a look at the OnePlus 6 before you buy one? We were on deck at the OnePlus launch event last week and managed to get the phone in hand for a bit. Talk Android’s own Peter talks about the design, color options, and overall feel of the phone to give you a […]
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A lot of time gets wasted in football simply discussing plays. GoRout now uses an innovative technology which improves communication between coaches and the players so more time can be spent moving instead of listening.
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Whether typing or gaming, your hands can sometimes get too darn cold to do things properly. The Heatbuff, a small infrared hand warmer that sits at the top of your keyboard, wants to change all that.
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If the idea of something touching your eye makes you a bit queasy, you certainly won’t like a medical innovation involving a robot, a needle, and a retinal vein. All the same, it’s an important development in the field of ophthalmology.
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There’s a wealth of reasonably priced smartphones that seem to offer amazing value for money in China, but are they worth the time and effort needed to import them? We try out the Uhans S1, a $ 160 stunner, to see if it stacks up.
Check out our roundup of the coolest crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the web this week. You can’t buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun to gawk!
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Thync, the sci-fi mind-altering wearable, is back with a new design and more focused functionality — this time concentrating on de-stressing your mind. We’ve tried out a prototype to see if it works.
Fossil got its feet wet in wearable tech with the Q Founder, and now it has two more smartwatches for us, the Q Marshal and the Q Wander. We go hands on with these two gorgeous Android Wear smartwatches.
The Apple Watch has come a long way since it was introduced, and Watch OS 3 brings some great improvements to the device. To name a few: New watch faces like Minnie Mouse, handwritten replies, reminders to Breathe, and faster apps. We go hands on.
Samsung’s first Gear Fit left a lot to be desired, but its second-generation Gear Fit 2 looks like a winner. Is it good enough to take on the Fitbit?
Android N Developer Preview 3 is out now. We take a look at all the new features, including updates to Google Keyboard and support for Android VR. Android Pay also works now in the preview version.
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TomTom has announced the Golfer 2, a smartwatch that wants to give you information during the game, and actionable feedback to improve your game afterwards. We got a chance to see the new watch up close.
Forget about the endless, and disappointing, Star Wars merchandise that arrived with The Force Awakens, these awesome Bluetooth speakers are something else. Beautifully made, and with startling attention to detail, they’re what every collector will want.
The Nex Band is a modular wrist band which has software “Hacks” to control your smart home with a tap on the swappable “Mods,” and is now available to pre-order through an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign.
With multiple ways to play, a ton of available components, and streaming support for nearly anything in your home, Yamaha’s MusicCast system is a promising new multiroom player, with potential to become a top contender.
Importing a smartphone can be a huge risk, but when you choose the right phone, you can snag a real bargain. The Elephone Vowney may not have a familiar name, but it does have the right specs. Here’s what it’s like to use.
Doppler Labs’ new Here Active Listening system offers a brilliantly simple way to enhance, augment, and silence the world around you in real time, like augmented reality for your ears.
Oppo launched the F1, the first in a new series of competitively priced, and very good-looking smartphones. Here, it concentrates on the selfie cam, and a very sleek aluminum body to make the $ 250 phone desirable.
Tired of worrying if someone’s about to steal from your backpack? The RiutBag takes all that concern away, because the openings are all against your back, not facing the crowds behind you.
TAG Heuer is the first luxury watchmaker to produce an Android Wear smartwatch. The Carrera Connected costs $ 1,500, and promises Swiss cool with Intel and Google smarts.
We go hands on with Google’s new Pixel C, an Android tablet with a magnetic keyboard that turns it into a laptop-like device. But does it have what it takes to actually be a laptop replacement?
ZTE has big plans for its flagship Axon range, and a smartwatch may be part of it. We got some hands-on time with a working prototype of the Axon Watch, a wearable destined for China in the near future, that could give us a hint of what’s to come.
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Gigaset’s a new name in Android smartphones, and its first three new devices share a common and rather unusual feature. We tried the three phones out to see if it made them worth considering.
Is it really possible to give traditional toys a new lease of life using a smartphone and a cleverly created augmented reality app? Marvin’s iMagic is quite literally, a box of tricks that manages to do exactly that.