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Moto X by Motorola on AT&T Review

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The Moto X is one of the more interesting smartphones to launch in recent memory for a couple of fundamental reasons.  To begin, it offers mid-range specs (on paper), coupled with a high-end price tag ($199 on co…

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Androinica Reviews the M-Cloud Qi Wireless Charging Pad

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A common feature in many flagship devices is wireless charging, which essentially grants you two ways to charge your device.  The standard way is to simply plug in a micro-USB cable that extends from the wall to…

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Androinica Reviews ArmourDillo Hybrid Protective case for Google Nexus 4

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Up for review today is the ArmourDillo Hybrid Protective Case for the Google Nexus 4.  The specific unit for review was sent to us by MobileFun, which is an online retailer for mobile accessories. The Google Nex…

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Androinica Reviews Andru from Gen

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The problem with standard smartphone chargers is the fact that they are boring and bland.  How cool would it be if each Android smartphone came with a specially designed charger in the shape of an Android?  Fort…

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Android App Reviews

Ant Raid – A Fast-Paced Hive Defense Game [Game Review]

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Ant Raid is made by the same Developers of The Tiny Bang Story and brings a more action-packed style to the Tower Defense Genre.  Don’t let the cute graphics and quirky sound effects fool you, if you don…

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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 – Verizon Remix Version [Hardware Review]

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We have written a review for the Galaxy Note 2 previously, but phones on Verizon are always a little different.  Whether it’s an almost completely rolled out LTE or non-removable apps that pervade your h…

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Droid DNA – Love at first sight, quirky at second glance [Hardware Review]

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HTC has finally given Verizon users a reason to be happy for the holiday season. HTC’s Droid lineup has been lackluster on Big Red’s service for at least the past year, but the Droid DNA has changed a…

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Samsung Galaxy Note II Review on Sprint

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Up for review today is the Samsung Galaxy Note II on Sprint.  Let me start by saying that some consumers prematurely dismiss the Galaxy Note II from consideration based on its gargantuan size, but you should def…

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Android App Reviews

The Tiny Bang Story – Hand-drawn, colorful puzzles to bend and twist your mind [Game Review]

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The Tiny Bang Story has been out for PC for a while now, but just got released to the Google Play store a few weeks ago. It’s a great port with a beautiful hand-drawn art style, and Android certainly needs as m…

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Sweet Cotton Mini Earphones and ePen Pro – Great accessories for your Android needs [Accessory Review]

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I’m adding two of the iLuv products to this review as I can’t really go into huge depth with either of them. The first up will be the Sweet Cotton Mini Earphones, and I’ll follow with the stylus…

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iLuv MobiAir Speaker Dock – A dock and speaker system to setup your Android in any room for any party [Accessory Review]

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I received a few iLuv devices for review this past week, and I am really enjoying them. With my Galaxy Nexus, I tested the MobiAir Bluetooth Speaker Dock. iLuv has won many design and innovation awards, and the M…

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Sony Xperia ion Review

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The Sony Xperia ion is a solid AT&T Android option for those who consume and display media like it’s nobody’s business.  However, the Xperia ion is hampered by a lackluster battery and Androi…

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Pantech Marauder – The budget phone that shows Android has no budget phones [Hardware Review]

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The Pantech Marauder is my first Pantech phone, and its first Ice Cream Sandwich phone for Verizon. While handling the phone for the first time, I knew it was a mid to low tier smartphone, however, the software fr…

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Android Phones and Devices

Motorola Atrix HD Review

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The term “midrange smartphone” is becoming a worthless misnomer. It used to be that if a phone lacked the premium features to match high-end phones, but was too powerful to fit the entry-level cla…

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Android App Reviews

OneLouder’s Slices curates and filters Twitter to be more relevant at the moment [App Reviews]

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Slice for Twitter is not your typical Twitter app. Designed by One Louder Apps, the same people who brought you popular Twitter client Tweetcaster, Slice works as a way to filter and discover certain types of pe…

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