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The Dell Venue 7840 is the thinnest tablet currently on the market, with a nearly bezel-less design and a large front-facing speaker. But is it worth the $400 price tag?
With a 64-bit processor, Android 5.0 Lollipop, nice front and rear cameras, the ZTE Blade S6 is a great deal at less than $250. It’s clearly an iPhone 6 copy, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing in terms of design. In the budget smartphone race, it manages to cram a lot of specs into a low-priced […]
For only $150, the BLU Studio Energy packs a massive 5,000mAH battery that lasts for days – but is it more than just a huge battery?
You probably know about the YouTube giants – PewDiePie, Jenna Marbles, the Vlogbrothers – but what about all of the smaller vloggers who make up a huge amount of the content produced on YouTube? Smaller channels often don’t make their living creating content, which means that YouTube is something they do in addition to a job or […]
Find out exactly how fast your charger is charging your smartphone or tablet, and discover how to make it even faster.
Android Pay, Samsung Pay, Apple Pay all have their advantages and disadvantages. Let’s take a look at exactly how each of them works and who can use them.
The names of our Internet speeds and services can undoubtedly be confusing.
Google’s Project Tango is bringing 3d sensors to mobile devices. Here’s what we know so far.
On a tablet or hybrid device, touch first modern apps can be great! Even those for handling documents. Let’s look at some of them.
Apps are adding support for the Chromecast constantly, so keep checking your apps. Until then, read on to learn how to get the most out of your Chromecast with what is available today.
Android TV is replacing the now-five-year-old Google TV. And it’s not just an update — it’s a complete remake.
If you’re going to be editing, annotating, or signing PDF documents for work or school on your Android device, these apps are a necessity.
ADB is incredibly useful for sending commands to your Android device from your computer. For the beginners out there, here’s a dead simple way to use ADB.
Whether you’re missing a key on your keyboard or just want to improve your productivity, remapping can be extremely useful. We’ll show you how.
Looking for a quick, easy, and free way to customize your Android device? Check out these themes!