Android Game Consoles: Ouya vs GameStick

For a long time the big three (PlayStation, XBox and Wii) ruled the land of the game console. But last year a new console was announced: The Ouya. This Android based game console aims at independent game creators and casual Continue reading

Coolest Gadgets Of CES 2013

The CES of 2013 is over and the dust has settled again in Las Vegas. Hidden between the 4K television overload, the newest phones and tons of tablets some really awesome gadgets were demonstrated. Here’s an overview of the coolest CES 2013 gadgets (in Continue reading

2013, The Year Android Hits A TV Screen Near You

Android is market leader on the smartphone and is also doing pretty well on the tablet. Strangely enough Googles attempts to get Android on your TV screen haven’t been really successful so far. 2013 is the year in which this is all about to change Continue reading

iMito MX1 Review: Android Smart TV On The Cheap?

Smart TV Televisions are becoming smarter all the time and the latest generations let you do far more than just watch your favorite programs. TV manufacturers try to boost sales by making their product do just a bit smarter than Continue reading

Phablets: Does My Phone Look Big In This?

When Samsung introduced their Galaxy Note in 2011 a lot of people raised their eyebrows.  Who needs a 5.3 inch device that is too big to be a phone and too small to be a tablet? But instead of Apple Continue reading

Is Your Next Smart Phone Chinese?

The Chinese have always been masters at copying products so it is no surprise they did the same with smartphones and tablets. A lot of the models are nearly indistinguishable replicas of popular phones likes the Galaxy SIII or iPhone and will Continue reading

App Stores: Does Size Really Matter?

Today Google announced that their Google Play store now contains over 675.000 apps and the download counter has passed the staggering amount of 25 billion. Apple is still the market leader when in comes to size, serving 700.000 apps from its App Continue reading