Bose SoundTrue Around-Ear Headphones Review

Bose is a leader in stereo equipment and home audio, but their headphones are solid too. The Bose SoundTrue headphones are one part of the lineup, which also includes the wireless SoundLink cans and the noise-cancelling QuietCo...
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Boas LC-888 Bluetooth Earpiece Review

The Boas LC-888 is one of the smallest, most inexpensive Bluetooth earpieces that your likely to find anywhere. It ‘s also priced incredibly low. How does it sound? And does it work? Let’s take a closer look and fin...
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Instagram is finally increasing photo compression quality to 1080p

Instagram is finally getting an update to bring higher quality photos to your stream. An Instagram spokeperson confirmed to CNet this morning that the change was rolling out to users. This is a big deal, especially for Android ...
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Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 Review

The Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 is the best phone that the company has ever made. Before we get into the device though, let’s get a little bit of history on the company behind the smartphone. Not to be confused with the telecommu...
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Next Nintendo console could be running on Android

Here’s an interesting rumor to start the week. According to Japanese website Nikkei, the next Nintendo console could be powered by Android. Nintendo is calling their next console ‘NX’ internally. That’s ...
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New Google Photos app is available for download from the Google Play Store

The new Google Photos app that was announced today is available for download in the Google Play Store. It’s fast and smooth and offers a bunch of great new features. Go get it! You can find a full run down of all the new ...
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Android M developer preview goes live on Android Developer blog

Google announced the Android M developer preview today at Google I/O. That update is live on the Android Developer blog right now. Android M is focused on squashing bugs and making the OS smoother and more secure. Supported dev...
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Google unveils Now On Tap to supercharge Google Now functionality

Google Now is getting better than ever. Google announced a new Now feature called Now On Tap today at I/O. Now On Tap takes contextual search to a whole new level. It can pull information from what you’re doing on your p...
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Google officially announces Project Brillo, an operating system for IoT

Google announced Project Brillo at , the “underlying operating system for the internet of things.” It’s a big first step for Google to get into people’s home on a bigger level than just the Nest team. B...
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