Posts Tagged ‘Accessories For Android’

This smart wallet features anti-theft protection and is trackable using an iPhone or any Android smartphone. Best of all, it’s available for just $39 for limited time.

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Samsung has introduced two new wearables today, the first being second-generation Gear Fit called Gear Fit 2, and second being truly wireless earbuds called Gear IconX.

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Right now we spend all of our time trying to stay as connected to the outside world as is humanly possible. We may pretend like we want to have more time away from notifications and the constant stress of being always reachable, but the reality is that if we really wanted to make a change to the way we live our lives, we would just stop carrying smartphones around with us.

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If flagship Android devices are you thing, and keeping them looking fresh and scratch-free is on top of your agenda, then this latest project from Google and its partners is something you may want to pay attention to. As part of a collaboration with musician Skrillex, Google has introduced a limited number of cases for popular Android devices known as the “Edition” range. This isn’t just an ordinary protective case however. The accessory also comes with an accompanying live wallpaper beamed directly from above the earth by a satellite ballon named after the musician’s dog. Yep, you read that right. We couldn’t make this up.

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Exciting developments and innovations are around every corner, a lot of which is driven by unique startups looking to capitalize on a corner of the market that is as of yet untapped. Automatic, a startup that produces connected adapters and accompanying software designed for motor vehicles, is one such company doing exciting things in that particular space. In an effort to diversify its offerings and further cement its position as an industry leader in its own field, the company has today announced the rollout of a new software development kit (SDK) for third-party developers as well as an accompanying dedicated gallery for developers to showcase their apps designed to extend the functionality of any vehicle with a connected Automatic adapter.

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Ladies and gentleman, the future has eventually arrived. According to an official blog post on Citrix’s website, the company is on the verge of launching a wireless Bluetooth mouse that will allow us to control our mobile devices – iPhone, iPad or any Android gadget. For nearly a decade, perplexed consumers have wondered why it isn’t easily possible to connect a typical mouse to a mobile device like it is with a computer or notebook. Now, thanks to Citrix, we can finally start embracing the future.

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Miss retro gaming with those chunky cartridges and below par graphics? Hyperkin is one company that is aiming to bring it all back, but realizing just how important smartphone gaming has actually become, it is developing a case that will turn your iPhone into a proper Game Boy. Head over the break to find out more.

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If you ever had to type a quick email or two from your tablet or your phone whilst sipping away at a cup of coffee, you might have realized that on-screen keyboards aren’t always the best option. Granted, they serve the purpose most of the time, but when doing long stretches of typing, you need to fall back on a dedicated, physical keyboard.

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Locking a door with a simple Yale or Chubb is largely a thing of the past thanks to the many startups that have brought smart systems into play. Joining the party today is an intriguing product that takes your standard deadbolt lock and allows you to unlock using only your smartphone – iPhone and Android, both.

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A new iPhone and Android dongle is capable of detecting HIV and syphilis in a human body. Head over the jump to catch all the dqetails on this technology that pushes the boundaries of how we use our smartphones today.

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Using our smartphone as a remote for multimedia presentations is nothing new really, but wouldn’t it be cool if they could also double up as a laser pointer? Well, one certain contraption is making that a reality. Read on for further details.

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It’s a long road to the place where our smartphones can even remotely close in on the performance of handheld cameras, let alone DSLR ones. We’ve seen smartphones tackle that with the support for additional snap on lenses, like the Sony QX, but that’s been a notable dismal experience at best for many. Enter – Olympus Air A01 lens camera, which can mount or simply connect to your smartphone for taking some spectacular photos.

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