HTC To Launch Wearable Device This Year

Bloomberg is reporting that HTC will indeed venture into the wearable tech arena this year. There is no mention of what device HTC will be launching but we can assume it will be a smartwatch. With Samsung already in that market and rumors of Apple entering soon, it only makes sense. HTC is gambling on…

Quickie App Review: SeriesGuide

Normally, I don’t make a fuss over content tracking apps. However, as TV shows become more cinematic, dramatic, and engaging, I found myself unable to keep track of all the amazing new shows that I wanted to see. Enter SeriesGuide, developer Uwe Trottmann’s answer to this common problem. This app has become indispensable to both…

SwiftKey Comes to iOS Through Note Taking App

Popular Android keyboard replacement SwiftKey has finally arrived on Apple devices in its first iOS app, but not in a way that you might expect. SwiftKey Note brings the beloved keyboard to Apple devices with many of its features intact, acting as both a companion app to note taking favorite Evernote and as a standalone…

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Samsung And Google Ink 10 Year Patent License Agreement

Engadget is reporting that Samsung and Google have just agreed to license each others patents for the next ten years. Why is this a big deal? Well part of the reason is the rumors of Samsung preparing their own Tizen operating system to compete against Android. Inking this 10 year patent deal pretty much solidifies…

Review: Moshi VersaPouch Mini

Accessories manufacturer Moshi is known for its unique cables, unusual earbud designs, and interesting cases. The Moshi VersaPouch Mini is one of those interesting cases, and something that I’ve never quite experienced before. The VersaPouch Mini is a tablet sleeve that is deep enough to fit tablets up to 8 inches in size, allowing you…

SwiftKey Keyboard Shows Up On iPhone 5s

So by now we know that Fleksy’s keyboard is available on the iPhone but on a limited basis. Because Apple does not allow any modification to it’s core system, third party keyboards will not work system wide. But, this doesn’t mean app devs have to use the system keyboard. Our friends over at @evleaks have…