Phoneblocks

Phoneblocks Wants to Customize Every Detail of Your Phone

Smartphones are designed by the companies that make them, but Dutch designer Dave Hakken wants to change that. Phoneblocks is a concept, but its the kind of innovation that tech giants should be pursuing. Hakken’s idea is simple. Why buy a brand new phone every two years – and throw your old one away – when…

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Review: Urban Armor Gear cases

When I was looking at cases for my S3, I came across a company called Urban Armor Gear, who makes cases that are designed to be rugged and survive some pretty hefty punishment, I thank them for sending me the cases they have for review, I have the Aero and Outland cases. I found the…

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Nokia Unveils Lumia 625, a 4.7-inch Phone for small budgets

Nokia has just announced their latest smartphone, the Nokia Lumia 625. The device features a large 4.7-inch display with a resolution of 400px x 800px, the largest display the company has ever put on a smartphone, and runs Windows Phone. The Lumia 625 packs a 1.2GHz Snapdragon S4 processor, 512MB RAM, 8GB of internal storage,…

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Moto X press shots leak ahead of announcement

The Moto X is set to be unveiled on August 1st, but it’s not exactly being kept a secret. Thanks to The Unlockr and @evleaks, the phone’s stock Android operating system, basic colours and design are all confirmed thanks to some leaked press shots. While the renders only show black and white model, customers will be able…

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Moto X Event Invite

Moto X to be revealed on August 1st

Motorola has just set the date for when they reveal their highly anticipated new Android Smartphone, the Moto X. The event will take place in New York City on August 1st. Motorola added this teaser to the invite as well, “Come experience the new Motorola.”. The invite itself also pictures the un-released device in both Black and…

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HTC One Mini Officially Announced

HTC officially announced the HTC One Mini today, after weeks and weeks of rumours. HTC teased the device yesterday on their Facebook and Twitter pages. Like the name suggests, it’s smaller than the HTC One and has mid-range specifications, but HTC says that is because they want to keep the cost down and make it…

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