Evernote and Moleskine announce a new business notebook

Evernote and Moleskin announced a very cool 'Smart Notebook' last year, but the two companies have partnered once again, this time for enterprise customers, to create the ‘Evernote Business Notebook’. The main difference between the smart notebook (which will still be sold alongside), and the business notebook, is that the new Moleskine book has each page separated into different sections, allowing users th ...

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Nokia issues Product Advisory for Lumia 2520 Charger; Temporarily Halts Sales

Nokia has suspended sales of their Lumia 2520 tablet in the UK, Austria, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Russia, and Switzerland after a fault was discovered with the European charger that came with these models. About 30,000 users are apparently affected by this, and Nokia is advising users with an AC-300 model charger to stop using it. Apparently the issue relates to the plastic cover of the charger's plug, wh ...

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Android design head Matias Duarte thinks “Mobile is dead”

At the 2014 Accel Design Conference, Marias Duarte, the man behind Android’s user interface design stated that he thinks “mobile is dead.” In an interview with Joshua Topolsky from The Verge, he explains why he thinks so, and his take on design. Apparently Duarte thinks that design should now be user-oriented and not based on the device, and that having "mobile" as a distinct category is outdated, with the ...

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HTC Dot View Case Review

Alongside the launch of HTC's new HTC One (M8), HTC introduced a really cool case called Dot View. Besides protecting the screen and rear from scratches, it actually adds a bit of functionality. The HTC One (M8) has gesture controls to wake the phone up when locked; double tap to display lock screen, swipe to the right to unlock and open Blinkfeed, swipe to the left to open first homescreen, and swipe down ...

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Nikon Coolpix S810c Announced: Their new Android-powered Camera

The Nikon Coolpix S810c was announced today, the company's second Android-powered point-&-shoot camera to date. The Coolpix S810c is a sequel to their first Android-powered camera, but if you read our Nikon Coolpix S800c review, there wasnt much to like about that camera. The S800c was overpriced for what it did, and has issues with responsiveness. Hopefully the S810c improves on it massively. On that note, ...

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Sony Launches their 64GB MicroSD Card in India for Rs 5679

Sony India announced this week, that they're selling their new new UHS-I class10 high speed 64 GB micro SD card in the sub-continent, at a price of Rs 5679. The Class 10 microSD card is equipped with high speed data transfer with speeds up to 40 MB/s, and enhanced image recovery abilities to help protect "avid smartphone photographers". It's also dust, water, X-ray, UV and temperature proof, with a 5 year w ...

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Google is apparently working on an Android TV

Look's like Google is trying to re-invent the living room TV (again). After the Google TV, and the Chromecast, here's "Android TV". According to documents obtained by the Verge, Android TV will be different from Google TV in that it wont be a computing platform: “Android TV is an entertainment interface, not a computing platform.” Google's aim this time around, is not to replace your TV, but to act as a hub ...

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Nokia MD-12 Bluetooth speaker Announced

The Nokia MD-12 portable bluetooth speaker was quietly announced along with the Nokia Lumia 930 flagship and Lumia 630/635 today. The MD-12 is a tiny little Bluetooth speaker that apparently weighs 'as much as an Apple' (heh) and features a built-in vibrating actuator for heavy base, as well as offers 15-hours of battery life. There's also support for speaker-phone functionality, and you can pair it with yo ...

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Missed the Moto 360 hangout? Here’s the replay

After the Moto 360 announcement the other day, Motorola held a Live Hangout on Air to talk about their new Android Wear smartwatch with design lead, Jim Wicks. There were a couple technical difficulties that pushed the starting time back a little but it eventually began and Motorola revealed some interesting information about the Moto 360. For one thing, it'll work with any Android device that runs Android ...

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LG G Watch Announced, powered by Android Wear

Right alongside Google's Android Wear Announcement and Motorola's Moto 360 announcement, LG just announced the G Watch. The LG G Watch is the company's first Android Wear smartwatch and sports an angular design with a reflective black chassis. The smartwatch will be powered by Google's wearable platform and will be compatible with a "wide range" of Android smartphones. There's the same features that were sh ...

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Motorola announces ‘Moto 360,’ their first Android Wear smartwatch

Right after Google announced Android Wear, Motorola announced their first Android Wear device, called the Moto 360. The Moto 360 focuses on design, materials and the experience of using the watch, both as a technologically 'smart' device but also as a piece of jewellery. Motorola is using very high quality metals, leather and precision manufacturing, all to make the Moto 360 appear like it "begs to be worn, ...

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Google Android Wear Officially Announced

Prepare yourselves for Android-powered smartwatches. Google just announced their new wearables strategy, and it's called "Android Wear." Android Wear is all about bringing Android to wearable technology, starting with SmartWatches. Android wear is designed to focus on timely information, much like Google Now on a smartwatch, and will deliver it when most relevant. According to Google's announcement, that wi ...

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