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Erez's Latest Posts
The S5 can no longer be considered brand-new — but it is Samsung’s flagship, at least for the next few months.
The Canon EOS M is a Canon. An obvious point, maybe — but the most important thing to understand about this $339 camera.
Your keyboard sucks. There, I said it. Don’t take it personally — you’re not the one who invented the QWERTY layout.
Get past your phone’s lock screen, and the first thing that catches the eye is your wallpaper.
Even if you are not a fan of the retro-pixelated game art style, these two refined strategy games are guaranteed to captivate you for hours of fun.
If you’ve ever looked at a food package wondered what’s E104 and whether or not it works with your dietary restrictions, you need one of these.
Transforming the look of your Android device doesn’t have to cost you anything.
We spent $100 on this Photojojo Lens Kit featuring five different smartphone lenses, and an additional $95 on the Mobislyder portable camera dolly to find out if they are any good.
Once in a while, there comes a mobile game that knocks your socks off — and not in a Flappy Bird sort of way.
The light of your webcam is on, but you’re not using it? Who’s spying on you through the camera lens? Find out now!
Today I’d like to tell you about a camera app that doesn’t do very much — by design. You should still try it, though, because it comes direct from Google.
Why flash? Slimkat, from Slimroms offers a compelling answer.
Fact: Computers get cluttered. Smartphones, even more so. If you have a smartphone, I’d like to to reach for it, flick it on, and check out your app drawer. How messy is it?
Draw pretty pictures, get a straightforward launcher, and blow stuff up!
This week we have a Star Wars pinball game at a great price, and a complex music creation app, too.