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In order to keep us entertained while we wait for some more Angry Bird action, Rovio has now released a few short videos that introduce several new characters on the “Pork Side” of the force.
It looks like Microsoft Points are now a thing of the past! A new Xbox Live update makes the switch to real currency and translates your existing points to your local currency.
What if there was a way to alleviate some of the pain caused by a shot? That’s exactly what Buzzy is all about. Developed by a mom and pediatric ER physician, the reusable device naturally blocks pain by using a therapeutic massager and an ice pack.
Earlier this month we reported on a GPS glitch that affected the new Nexus 7's ability to secure and maintain a GPS connection. As it turns out this isn't the only issue affecting the Nexus 7 (2013). Numerous reports have come in about the multi-touch display as well. Apparently some users are experiencing issues with pinch to zoom, ghost taps and other odd behavior.
Back in May, Business Insider reported that Google was planning a retail store experience dedicated solely to Google Glass.
If you've been considering getting your hands on a Kindle Fire, now’s the time to do it. All day long Amazon is offering special deals for the Kindle Fire family as part of its “Gold Box Deals” promo.
Back in June we talked a bit about the HTC One finally coming over to Verizon’s network. Recently Verizon finally let the wraps off on the device’s release date, the 22nd of August - yep, tomorrow.
Just the other day, Microsoft dropped a big old list of all titles heading over to the Xbox One, now it's Sony's turn. The Playstation 4 will have 33 games right around the launch window, and will arrive on November 15th.
Looking to get more out of your SIRI experience? With the IRIS 9000, you can use SIRI while on the other side of a room. Even better, you can transform your iPhone into a across-the-room speakerphone system.
Considering getting your hands on an Xbox One when it launches later this year? If so, you probably would like to know exactly what games will be available to Microsoft’s next console. Microsoft is more than happy to oblige, providing a very lengthy list of every title that has been announced so far.
The LG G2 and Moto X has landed, that means attention will now turn hard to the iPhone 5S, 5C, Note 3 and the next Nexus phone. Today’s rumor is about the latter.
Modern technology has solved many of the world's problems, though many are still left unsolved. At least we finally have an end to our quest for the perfect just-add-water beer. Wait, that wasn’t something we were after? No matter, here it is, the world’s first just add water beer.
A Nokia tablet has long-been rumored, but now the site Microsoft News claims to have the specs for such a device. Apparently the tablet will feature a 10.1-inch 1080p display, Windows RT 8.1, a 2.15GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 CPU and 32GB internal storage.
It looks like the researchers over at Microsoft have come up with a pretty cool alternative to NFC, which they call Dhwani. Developed by Microsoft India, the system utilizes sound to transmit data. Even better, there is no special hardware required to make it work.
For those fellow Android users out there, you might have noticed a strange error once or twice over the last few weeks. When attempting to download or update via Google Play, many folks have ran into a “Package File Invalid” issue. You aren't alone.
Acer’s Q2 results are in! Acer posted a second quarter loss of a staggering $11.4 million, versus Q2 last year where they posted a profit of $56 million. What's their course of action? Pushing away from Windows as much as possible.
The latest rumor from Digitimes claims that Amazon will soon be using MediaTek processors to power their lower-end Kindle Fire tablets.
One of the secrets to success in life? Having connections. From getting a job to finding a great place to live, or even getting a steal of deal on a new handset. You heard that last one right. It seems that Motorola is giving employees and their friends and family a chance to get up to $200 off on the Moto X!
It looks like a new MVNO is in town! You might already be aware of the free texting/messaging app “TextNow”, now it looks like they are stepping things up a notch by by offering a new VoIP service that utilizes the Sprint Network and seems somewhat similar to Republic Wireless.
Looking for a better way to track your important valuables? The HTC Fetch navigation tag could be the solution to your problem.
We all like free stuff right? Of course we do! That’s why we are happy to report that starting immediately, Apple will now offer a new free download every week through the Apple Store app (not to be confused with the AppStore).
In a dramatic shift from the Xbox 360, Microsoft promises the Xbox One will not run into overheating issues and yet will run silently. For those that suffered through the "red ring" experience, this certainly is good news - if true.
Interested in an iPad Mini, but holding out for the next-gen model? If part of your reason for waiting was anticipation of a high-rez “retina” display, you’re going to be more than a little disappointed.
3D printers are useful for printing unique art objects, life-saving devices and maybe even functioning space colonies some day. But what about creating a fully working automobile? Sounds crazy, but yes, that’s possible too!
Nokia delivers beautiful if not slightly hefty handsets that also manage to pack quite a bit of punch, and people are taking notice. Unfortunately for Nokia, taking notice doesn't necessarily mean buying up the devices in mass. While many folks, myself included, are interested in what Nokia has to offer, one thing gets in the way: Windows Phone 8's lack of apps.
Here at Mobile Mag, we are big fans of the Parrot AR Drone. Luckily, Amazon understands just how cool this bad boy is, and so they are now offering it at a 20% discount, saving you $68 and coming in at just $271.99.
Today Google has taken the wraps off the Chromecast dongle, which you can kind of think of it as sort of a ‘re-imagining’ of the old Nexus Q. Basically the device connects to an HDMI port on your TV and allows you to easily send over various media to the big-screen.
Earlier today we reported on leaked specs and details from Best Buy. Now we have the official word from Google, the new Nexus 7 is here! Read on to learn more about the features, pricing and availability.
Just in from the world of bold predictions, Baird analyst Colin Sebastian says that the Xbox One will in fact have a 2-3x unit advantage at launch, compared to the PS4.
According to a new report from the WSJ, Apple is not only working with a 4+-inch iPhone design, but even a massive 13-inch iPad. You have to wonder, will such products ever see the light of day?
Sony Playstation 4 or the Xbox One, which is the right system for you? Join us as we take a look at some of the basic specs, exclusives and differences between the two consoles. Hopefully this will help you better decide which system to get your hands on this holiday season.
The Moto X is just around the corner, but should we really be that excited? If you’re idea of a ‘great’ handset revolves around killer specs that push the limits of what is capable - then no.
According to the latest gossip, Sony is doing more than just building a high-end “cameraphone”, creating a lense accessory with a built-in imaging sensor.
Rovio is now launching an official “Rovio” account that syncs your save games over to the cloud. The feature currently supports "Angry Birds" and "Croods".
Right on the heels of T-Mobile’s JUMP and AT&T’s Next comes a new service from Verizon, called Edge - a service that allows you to get new devices quicker.
We knew it was coming, but the HTC One Mini has finally landed. Join us as a we take a look at what HTC’s ‘mini’ handset has to offer.
Google has something to show/tell us come July 24th! We've also learned that Sundar Pichai will be hosting the event at 9am in San Francisco.
While T-Mobile is working hard to rid the world of contracts, U.S. Cellular is doing the exact opposite: bringing them back!