Invoxia Audioffice

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When I last wrote about Invoxia’s AudiOffice, I had one complaint… its lack of Lightning support for modern iOS devices. Fortunately, its new device fixes this. I actually had another minor complaint—its name, which led me to joke that it was an accessory for Audi automobiles! In the latest version, the mixed-case name is gone, now simply called Audioffice ($299).

The newer Audioffice is an elegant accessory, with a companion app, invoxia (free) that turns your iPhone, iPad, or Android device into a full function conference room speakerphone. You also can use internal and alternative apps like FaceTime, Skype, etc.

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SteelSeries wireless remote pentru smartphone

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EDITOR RATING
Pros
Makes gaming on touch-screen devices much easier. Controls are similar to that of a PlayStation controller, so it’s easy to pick up and learn. Wireless.

Cons
Pricey. You can’t use the controller for full navigation; touch-screen menu selection is required for some games. Not compatible with all games. Button remapping requires a computer.

Bottom Line
The SteelSeries Free Mobile Wireless Controller aims to improve your touch-screen gaming experience, but it comes with some limitations and a too-high price.

The SteelSeries Free Mobile Wireless Controller ($79.99 direct) is a Bluetooth-enabled, multi-platform gamepad that is compatible with Android and iOS tablets and phones, PCs, and Macs. It aims to make touch-screen gaming less frustrating and easier to control.

Charge Card pentru Iphone 4, Iphone 4s, Iphone 5 si orice smartphone

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The infamous charge cord is one of the most difficult form factors in tech. It seems to always conveniently get lost, only to end up tangled and frayed at the bottom of your backpack, briefcase or junk drawer. It’s a necessary annoyance, but it’s rarely available when you need it most and easy to forget about.

Gizmodo reports that the ChargeCard, a Kickstarter-backed project made in California, offers an intriguing prospect: a 0.1″ thick charger that fits any standard USB connector on one end and attaches to your iPhone 4, iPhone 5 or Android smartphone on the other. Once your device is sufficiently charged, the adapter folds up neatly to fit a wallet’s standard credit card holder.

Mukulabs aduce o lentila cu zoom de 20x pt smartphone

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Mukulus wants to offer all sorts of zoom lenses for your smartphones as early as the summer. You may be aware of such similar devices like the reflex and system cameras. We tried out the prototypes and were super impressed. Take a look!

Motorola RAZR update oficial la Jelly Bean in UK

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The upgrade will bring you up from Ice Cream Sandwich to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, and with that comes a whole slew of new features, including Google Now, Project Butter, face unlock, new notifications and more.
It sounds like the upgrade is headed out in your typical staggered fashion so don’t be alarmed if you’re not seeing it right away. Those in the first wave of the rollouts might have already gotten a notification, but if you want to try your luck at forcing it you can head to the Settings > About Phone menu to give the update checker a whirl.

That said, there’s still a chance you won’t be able to find the upgrade waiting for you on the data waves so sit tight if nothing pops up. The RAZR i isn’t Motorola’s most impressive device in the world, but it’s a very solid offering from the Chicagoan company and we’re glad to see it getting the upgrade love that it deserves. Let us know how things go in the comments section below!

Motorola X Phone va avea ecran de 5 inch

Conform Android Community :

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So what we do know is that Google and Motorola are nearly finished with the Motorola X-Phone, and have now switched over to building the X-Tablet. At least according to the Wall Street Journal. Larry Page recently gave an interview mentioning how they’ll be shaking things up with Motorola — and this could be it.

Reports are slowly starting to surface with all sorts of bold claims and rumors. We’ll start with Droid-life as they have received a few interesting ones. According to their sources the X-Phone will be announced at Google I/O 2013. The best part here is it will be available on all carriers – even Verizon – and VZW will even allow the bootloader to be unlocked. Only they wants $15 a month to unlock it. Yeah right! The Play Store will sell it for ALL four major US carriers, and it will be unlocked for them all. So basically toss that Verizon unlock part in the rumor mill right away.

The report goes on to mention July 8th for the official release date, but that’s likely to change. It will be running Google’s latest Android 4.5 or 5.0 Key Lime Pie, but won’t be a “Nexus” device. Being nearly stock and what sources claim to be Nexus-like with a few small Motorola tweaks. If it’s nearly stock but with added features for NFC, Wallet, maybe stylus support and that’s all I think many will be happy. That’s doubtful though as Motorola’s not one for stock Android. We can only dream. If you buy it unlocked from the Play Store you can remove the bloatware at will, and essentially make it a Nexus. Interesting. We’ve been wishing for a on/off switch of skins for years. That would be amazing. All in all, take this with a massive grain of salt. And that includes the July release date for $299.

Now this next set of rumors is actually a bit more detailed in terms of specs. The folks from Droidforums have been correct in the past and part of their report even matches that above, so I’m getting a little excited. They claim the X-Phone will rock a 5-inch 1080p edge-to-edge bezel free display, yet be smaller than the Galaxy S III due to thin bezels and an excellent design. Yes please! They go on to claim a similar story about stock Android 5.0 KLP with a few Motorola enhancements (read: bloatware) like Samsung’s S-Beam and things of that nature. So while it won’t be a Nexus, it will be the closest thing to one.

DroidForums also states the X-Phone will be available to all carriers. That’s why they’ve dropped the DROID moniker. However Droidforums are all about Verizon, so rest assured that the X-Phone will still be hitting big red complete with 4G LTE and the works. They also claim the same Google I/O announcement, which makes sense as Google’s always done it that way, but they don’t give any hint towards a release date.

We think we’ll be seeing a 5-inch 1080p quad-core (maybe Tegra 4) smartphone with a RAZR M like bezel – or smaller – running KLP with a 12 MP camera, 3,300 MAXX HD like battery, thin design, and available to all carriers. It won’t be revolutionary, but it will be awesome. Bring it on Google. I’ll take two please!