Sleeve Music updated to version 2.0 with new look and track preview

It has been a couple of months since we last mentioned Sleeve Music. This app is currently exclusive to Windows Phone 8 and will be available on Android and iOS later this fall. Version 2.0 is out now, introducing a new look with a light theme. Sleeve Music ...

HP Chromebook 11 review

There\\'s no shortage of Chrome OS devices out there to choose from, and save for the Chromebook Pixel they all pepper the lower end of the market. The Chromebook 11, a smaller (as in 11 inches) ARM-powered follow up to the larger Chromebook 14 from earlier this year,

Could Officially Bringing Google Play to Blackberry Save Their Devices?

Last month, Blackberry finally brought its once-amazing BBM service to Android. It was viewed as a way for Blackberry to still stay somewhat relevant in today’s market, but wasn’t received very well thanks to delays to its release. Another problem is that this strategy was not selling any ...

Study finds Android users now switching to iPhones more than ever

A new study from market research firm Consumer Intelligence Research Partners has good news and bad news for Apple regarding the recent launch of its iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c handsets. The bad news is that fewer new iPhone buyers in the United States this year came from ...

Inside the Most High Tech Cab in New York: Car Force One

Sometimes you think you’ve seen everything in tech. Other times, everything in tech gets packed into a car for the ultimate in luxury. If you ever wanted to play on a PlayStation 4, watch cable TV, finish some work on a full-size keyboard, print photos and/or enjoy a ...

Google releases two new Nexus 7 ads

While most companies tend to focus their marketing on a newly released product, Google’s decided to keep the attention on the Nexus 7 instead of the just-released Nexus 5 with two new advertisements. The ads focus on the content available on the device via the Play Store, with ...

Why Twitter's IPO Was Really A Failure

On its first trading day as a public company, Twitter’s stock ended up failing most investors who purchased the stock during the day and held it to the close. Moreover, Twitter is a long shot as a successful long term buy and hold.On Wednesday evening, November 6, Twitter ...

ASUS TransKeyboard with integrated cover and tablet stand unveiled on YouTube

ASUS quietly unveiled its latest accessory – the TransKeyboard Bluetooth keyboard with integrated cover and tablet stand. The device was caught at the Taiwanese company’s YouTube channel and it looks rather impressive.Similarly to other mobile keyboards, the TransKeyboard is relatively compact and will work with an array of ...

Waterproof Kyocera Hydro XTRM now available from MetroPCS for $169

MetroPCS has a new waterproof phone in its portfolio – Kyocera Hydro XTRM. The Japanese company is best known for making some of the toughest and most durable devices out there, and XTRM is no exception by any means. The IP57-certified phone offers protection against dust and water,

HTC Gramohorn II channels music from BoomSound speakers to huge gramophone like chambers

Let’s say you have a lot, and I mean a lot, of spare cash. Let’s also assume you have the HTC One, HTC One Mini or HTC One Max and the built-in BoomSound speakers are not loud enough for you. HTC has an accessory you’ll want.Called Gramohorn II,

Here are the companies that invested money in BlackBerry alongside Fairfax

Fairfax Financial Holdings’ offer to acquire BlackBerry failed to materialize. The Canadian company has instead raised an addition $1 billion in a round where Fairfax was just one of the investors.Up until this point we didn’t know who else chipped in to save BlackBerry. Now, thanks to a ...

Google Keyboard 2.0 brings Nexus 5 keyboard to an Android phone near you

After covering the updated versions of SwiftKey and Swype, we bring you the news about Google Keyboard. The application, now in version 2.0, is made to bring the Nexus 5-like user experience to an Android smartphone near you.While we like how Google keeps improving its keyboard, SwiftKey keeps ...

Play before you pay: Galaxy Note 3 experience app lets you test Note 3 on any phone

BGR reviewed Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 phablet last month and while the handset’s monstrous size is still off-putting to some, we still called it the best smartphone Samsung has ever made. The Galaxy Note 3 provides the first real evidence that Samsung is making an effort to combat ...

Verizon Breaks Silence on Nexus 7 LTE Activations, Waiting for Google to Update Device to Android 4.4

Verizon released a statement this afternoon, which concerns all Nexus 7 LTE hopefuls looking to grab the device on Big Red’s network. Since its launch, the device has been compatible with the 4G LTE network, but Verizon has been reluctant on activating the device to its network, stating ...

7 best Windows Phone indie games of November 2013

The holidays are looming, and you know what that means: Long stretches of sweet, well-earned downtime to sit around and play. That’s why I’m especially excited about this month’s picks for the best new indie games on Windows Phone. While each month has its share of gems, this ...

Making the Case for Better Document Management on iOS

For my birthday two years ago, I treated myself to an 11-inch MacBook Air. I bought it with the intention of using it mainly as a writing machine away from home, for my blog and for school. It was (and still is) a terrific little dynamo of a ...

[New App] Google Text-To-Speech Arrives In The Play Store, Paves Way For Future Updates, Fixes Awful Default Voices On Note 3 And Others

Text-to-speech engines read text aloud, saving users from having to read it themselves. Google\\'s TTS offering comes pre-installed on numerous Android devices, and like much of the software previously shipped as part of Android, it\\'s now ready to spread its wings in the Play Store. Here it\\'s available ...

Another one-time Microsoft insider urges company to ditch Bing, Xbox

Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen isn’t the only longtime Microsoft associate who wants the company to dump Bing and the Xbox. Barron’s has flagged some more interesting details of a research note published Wednesday by Normura analyst Rick Sherlund, whom The New York Times once described as Goldman Sachs’ ...

Pebble To Developers: Get Ready To Rock With New Wearable Tech Tools

When the Pebble smartwatch hit the market earlier this year, it hewed to a \\'simple is best\\' philosophy, offering only a limited set of features. But the company also pledged to help others develop their own creative uses for the gadget, and it\\'s now followed through with a ...

iPass launches on Windows Phone

iPass has finally come to Windows Phone. The app provides seamless connectivity to the world’s largest commercial Wi-Fi network of more than 1.4 million hotspots, including in-flight Internet, hotels, airports and business venues around the world.The app provides a consistent user experience while avoiding costly roaming charges and ...