I can understand why HTC would want to build the One M8 Dot View case; it's tougher for me to understand why anyone would want to buy it if they knew how the case performs on a daily basis.
For a brief moment, people were shocked and excited to learn that LG might be in the process of creating a stylus bracelet that would make it possible to wear your favored screen tool around your wrist It turns out such a stylus bracelet already exists.
Managing home audio solutions through a smartphone can be great if you have a single station or money to create a large, interconnected speaker setup. Rocki, a successfully-funded Kickstarter campaign from a startup in the Netherlands has introduced a new solution that tries to merge the two.
Instead of spending $400 to repurchase a phone I already own to just to get a new color, I'm going to embrace a quicker and more affordable solution - skinning the Nexus 5 with a new red facade.
If you want to have a physical keyboard experience without missing out on what an iPhone has to offer, Typo Keyboard wants to be your solution. Created for the sole purpose of converting an iPhone into a device capable of meeting the needs of typing traditionalists, can this Bluetooth keyboard keep up?
All of the many smartphones that I've used this year have some form of voice memo or recording application, and all have done a good enough job. Could a mobile device also be good enough to be a primary recording device? The iRig Mic Cast thinks that sounds like a good idea.
GoogleTV and the Nexus Q didn't quite hit the mark, but the launch of Chromecast once again brings the web, TV, and mobile apps into one place. Is the third time the charm? Here's a review of Google's new TV streaming solution.
Battery life stinks on many phones and is only good enough on most others. To rectify that problem, an external battery charger like the Jackery Mini might be a good idea.
The new SRS Labs iWOW-U is an accessory for mobile devices that promises to greatly enhance the sound output from them. Does it work as advertised and is it a must-have accessory? We put it to the test to find out.
One of the the iPhone 4/4S's features is its exquisitely designed glass and metal hardware. As a result of this, many owners take steps to protect the front of their iPhones with various films and screen protectors. To satisfy that need, prolific accessory maker Moshi offers the iVisor AG, a unique take on the traditional screen protector. I've been testing one on my iPhone 4S for the past week or so, and here are my thoughts.