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WeTek Gamepad Review

WeTek Gamepad Review WeTek is a big name in the Android TV box marketplace, especially with their 4K Netflix capability. We are looking at their gaming controller, the WeTek Gamepad. It works with both Windows and Android. The WeTek Gamepad has some solid build quality. Hard plastic makes the whole thing incredibly sturdy and light. It also follows the XBOX 360 controller layout, which is good. I&...[Read More]

HMD Global Announces Android 8.0 Beta for Nokia 8

  Today HMD Global launch Nokia phones beta labs. “Listening to their fans is essential for them, and their lab is the embodiment of that collaboration.” Bringing together a collective of enthusiasts, HMD Global Nokia phones beta labs are designed to give early adopters a voice in how they shape experiences, giving the company direct feedback on the user experience of new platform...[Read More]

What now for the Sony Smartwatch 3?

The Sony Smart watch 3 has been a pretty resilient device. Launching over two years ago the square faced device is still well thought of from its army of owners. Now known to be missing out on an official update to Android Wear 2.0 is there any life left in the old warhorse? Like all things Android, when the OEM stops supplying updates the community comes to the fore and tries to breath new life i...[Read More]

Hasbro and Marmalade Game Studio extend their relationship with the introduction of the mobile game CLUEDO

Hasbro licensed Marmalade Game Studio launches its mobile version of the iconic Cluedo on Android and iOS games globally   Marmalade Game Studio and Hasbro have expanded their relationship to bring another prestigious brand of world-class games to mobile devices. The Marmalade digital version of the CLUE / CLUEDO game is the first true conversion of the classic family game for mobile devices,...[Read More]

Android platform is a MUST for any gaming developer

Games have remained a key driver of technology. This is especially true whether we are talking of hardware, software, input methods, graphic support you name it. Fortunately, the Android platform has offered game developers conducive environment where they can build their games on. It is because of this reason that gaming apps tend to perform better than rival apps in other categories. This could ...[Read More]

Review: UMIDIGI Plus 5.5” Android 7.0 Smartphone

While selling for a fraction of the price, UMIDIGI’s Plus Android smartphone boasts some high end specs that put some better known brands to shame. Sharp 5.5” 1920 x 1080 LCD Touchscreen MediaTek 8 Core Helio P10 CPU, Mali-T860 GPU 4000mAh Internal Battery 4GB RAM and 32GB of Storage 0.1-0.3 sec Fingerprint Unlock USB Type C Connector with support for Quick Charge 13MP Rear and 5MP Front Cameras M...[Read More]

IPVanish Review

IPVanish Review Looking for a good VPN service, is like looking for a nerd at MWC. There are simply too many, and everyone has their own angle. I was drawn to IPVanish as they were more service focused, then trying to get me to sign up for a free trial. They tout themselves as “the world’s fastest VPN”, with 40,000+ shared IPs, 700+ VPN servers in 60+ countries, unlimited P2P tra...[Read More]

Review: Leagoo Lead 6 Android 4.4 Smartphone from EasySMX

The Chinese Leagoo brand isn’t that well known here in the UK, so I didn’t quite know what to expect when EasySMX are offering their fully functional smartphone for just £50 (~$62). Available in rose, white, blue or black colours, for the UK market EasySMX have obviously swapped out the charging brick as a 1A USB UK wall charger is included outside the box. Inside along with the phone you get an i...[Read More]

First impressions of the Vector Watch

First impressions of the Vector Watch Smartwatches are becoming a big part of people’s lives, with many adopting the technology to help get fit, or look cool. Vector Watch the London based company, have the taken the idea of the smartwatch and added a huge dose of class. Instead of being a gadget to be shown off, it melts into the life of the user. Instead of having a heart rate monitor, or ...[Read More]

Review: Vivibright GP70UP Android 4.4 Video Projector

Up until fairly recently you’d need to spend hundreds of pounds to get a video projector, but as the technology has advanced the price has been coming down and as a result this projector is available for under £100 (~$128) which I’d consider an incredible price – especially considering it has Android KitKat built in allowing it to play or stream media, and run loads of apps just like a table...[Read More]

Probox2 Air Review

PROBOX2 Air Review For the past month I have been using the PROBOX2 Air as my daily Android TV box. It’s had some fantastic reviews, and looks like a great option for people wanting an Android box to plug into their TV. It’s also one of the first Marshmallow boxes I have used since the Nvidia Shield TV. Specs: CPU Amlogic S905X Quad Core ARM Cortex-A53 CPU up to 2GHz GPU Penta Core ARM Mali-...[Read More]

Best 2016 Android Devices for Audiophiles /Music Fans

Long gone are the days when our mobile phones were nothing more than phones. With the introduction of games, calendars, MMS, and the first built-in audio players, our phones slowly transitioned towards the smartphone territory and became the ultimate tools for entertainment and business. But while mobile game design has advanced to the point where you can enjoy anything from RPGs and first person ...[Read More]

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