by Jules Wang | October 26, 2016 2:33 PM
Smartwatches have taken a beating in sales this past year after the initial Apple Watch hype train chugged beyond the hills. But fancy brands are still looking for a way in to this market and it's nice to breathe a little air into some small, non-tech players. Take Emporio Armani and its new Connected hybrid smartwatch. It has a main analog face with an inset face that can track a second timezone. It can also track how much progress you've made on your step count goal with a press of the top side button. The 3 o'clock button controls the timezone difference while the bottom one controls ...
by Juan Carlos Bagnell | October 17, 2016 9:01 AM
We had a chance to play with the Yoga Book this year at IFA during a Lenovo press event. It certainly gave off a geeky-cool first impression, all wrapped up in a retro-futuristic shell. Coming in both Android and Windows flavors, we've spent some time with the Android variant of this hardware. On paper it's a well specced slate, but of course the exciting aspect of this build is the large touch sensor where a keyboard should be. This surface pulls double duty for both text entry and it can be used to capture handwriting or for sketching and painting. I'm not an artist, nor do I have ...
by Joe Levi | January 28, 2013 1:31 PM
ParanoidAndroid is one of the most novel and interesting custom ROMs that you'll find today. Unlike other ROMs that simply add cool goodies to Android, ParanoidAndroid lets you change your smartphone, phablet, or tablet into one of the others -- or even a mix of phone, phablet, and tablet, depending on your preferences. Imagine your phablet running in tablet mode, or your smartphone running in phablet mode. With ParanoidAndroid, it's easy! It doesn't stop there! ParanoidAndroid lets you specify which mode you want each of your apps to run in. Your Nexus 4, for example, might look best in ...
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