Posts Tagged ‘Android Accessories’

Accessory maker Satechi is already well known for its existing USB-C docks and such, and the company has taken advantage of the ongoing CES event to announce two new power adapters – one a dual-port charger and the other a four-port travel charger.

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As that name might give away, the PowerPic is a wireless charger masquerading as a photo frame. Here’s everything you need to know about this clever gadget.

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The folks at iOttie have today announced three new iPhone car mounts, all of which are magnetic and all part of the new iTap 2 lineup.

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Anker today launched the new Soundcore Vortex Over-Ear Bluetooth Headphones, and while not the first audio device to come out of Anker, it is its first with an over-ear design. Here are the details.

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SanDisk has unveiled some new USB flash drives, with the company’s Dual Drive lineup gaining Type-C connector, and a host of storage ranging from 16GB all the way up to the 128GB flavor.

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Smartphones and tablets come with a fairly comprehensive amount of internal storage these days. It’s fairly standard to get a smartphone with up to 128GB of storage, which once upon a time would have seemed like a whole lot of space to store files and data. These days however, that rarely lasts very long with the existence of HD and 4K videos, large image files and mp3 songs, making it extremely easy to consume all of the internal storage of a device with relative ease. Step forward SanDisk, with its new Connect Wireless Stick solution.

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These days many of us take more photos with our iPhones and Android devices than we ever would have if we had to use a ‘real’ camera. As smartphone cameras have improved over the years that hasn’t been a problem, but if there is one place that true cameras can perform better it’s when being used in conjunction with a flash.

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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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