Microsoft is working on a new app called OneClip and the app lets you copy contents from any device to another, regardless of the platform and we have gotten our hands on the new product. Read more…

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The Ulefone Be Touch has an awesome metal bezel wrapping the phone and an interesting fingerprint scanner/home button combo. While you wait on the review, check out our unboxing and first impressions! Read more…

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Say goodbye to pesky mobile ads as Eyeo, the team behind AdBlock Plus, have released a new beta of an Android browser that disables all those annoying ads that stop you actually browsing the web. Read more…

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The Lenovo Vibe Shot is a camera-centric smartphone that we went hands-on with at MWC this year. It’s finally been released in China and has a launch price of just CNY¥1799, or about $289. Read more…

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After the LG G4 was announced last month, the new flagship handset will go on sale in its first market this week, and will soon be available around the world through 180 carriers and retailers. Read more…

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Eyeo GMBH, the company behind the popular web browser addon, AdBlock Plus, is rumoured to be creating a full on web browser for Android, for release on May 20th. Read more…

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The Elephone P6000 would probably redefine what you’d expect from an entry level device, as you’ll come to see in our review. But while you wait on that, check out our unboxing and first impressions! Read more…

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A sea of Android tablets

The hottest-selling tablets aren’t likely to be iPads or Galaxy Tabs these days — if anything, they’re the cut-rate slabs you see in the back of the drug store. Strategy Analytics estimates that shipments of generic “white box” tablets (which typically run Android) overtook iPads in the first quarter of this year, claiming 28.4 percent of the market versus Apple’s 24.3. The analysts largely chalk this up to consistently tepid iPad sales, but they also suggest that small, budget-minded tablet makers are having a field day. That’s not totally surprising. Low-cost Android gear also dominates the smartphone market, and a lot of these tiny outfits operate in China, where price is more of a concern. You don’t need a $500 slate just to watch video in bed, after all.

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Source: Strategy Analytics

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AT&T Trek HD tablet

Hey, Verizon: you’re not the only US carrier that can play the in-house tablet game. AT&T has unveiled the Trek HD, the network’s first self-branded slate. The 8-inch Android design isn’t exactly flagship-class, but it might hit the spot if you want LTE data on the cheap. You’re getting a modest 1.6GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor, 5-megapixel rear and 2-megapixel front cameras, 16GB of expandable storage and an 8-hour battery. It does ship with Lollipop out of the box, though, and the price is certainly right — you’re looking at $50 on contract, or $200 over a 20-month installment plan. If all you want is a way to check Facebook when you’re on vacation, you’ll probably be fine.

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Perhaps one of the coolest features of Windows 10 is the ability to plug in your phone to a display and use it like a desktop PC, but iOS and Android ported apps will face limitations. Read more…

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