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This lightweight hard shell case features impact resistance in an extremely slim profile design, showcasing your iPhone’s form and style. The back has an easy to grip texture with access to the camera, ports and buttons. Comes in 7 colors, available today for $6.95! Source: TheIphoneBlog Visit the Source: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheIphoneBlog/~3/_L4CvfTqxMA/story01.htm

Made from multiple thermoacrylics, this Galaxy S5 skin case is highly elastic and resistant to oils. Say goodbye to annoying fingerprints! The back features a matte finish with a glossy edging that enhances the grip around your device. The Amzer Pudding TPU Case is available for just $4.95; 67% off today only. Colors include black,

iOS 8 brings something similar to OS X Mavericks-style battery usage — aka battery shaming — to the iPhone and iPad. Located in the Settings, General, Usage section, it tells you which apps and system services are using power, and how much. Obviously the ones using the most power are doing something wrong and should

Nostalgia has the peculiar tendency to improve things with age. Despite the fact that a new luxury sedan might be objectively better in every way than, say, a ’69 Chevelle, a collector might expend hundreds of hours and twice as much money restoring the original Chevy. Nowhere is this phenomenon more apparent than in the

Oculus VR, the company behind the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset, announced today they will release a game, with the working title “VR Quest”, for Samsung’s upcoming Gear VR device. Source: androidcentral Visit the Source: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/androidcentral/~3/ItdWiw5OGjc/story01.htm

Now that you’ve got iOS 8 installed, one of the very first things you should do is try out some new keyboards, right? However, with the flurry of App Store updates that are happening, that’s a task in itself. So if you’re only interested in the best iPhone and best iPad keyboard apps currently available,

Having the right mobile network settings makes a difference Two or three years ago, any smartphone fan in the U.S. would have called you crazy if you were to predict how the telecom networks have changed. Verizon and Sprint have phones that can run on AT&T or T-Mobile, cheap pre-paid plans give you as much

Google has officially made it possible to run Android apps on Chrome OS devices, though the current implementation of this feature is a little underwhelming. First of all, it’s limited to only a handful of apps, and second of all, it requires a Chrome OS laptop or desktop, and can’t be run in more widely-used

Nexus 4 owners, don’t lose hope. Though your 2012 Google phone was cruelly looked over for the developer preview builds of Android L (along with everything that wasn’t a Nexus 7 2013 or Nexus 5), sharp-eyed Google+ users have spotted two different Google employees posting on the Chromium section of code.google.com claiming to use the

We’ve got another batch of the best new Android games and apps to have launched in the last week for y’all. Goat Simulator is by far the most recognizable launch this week, but we’ve got a few apps for businessy types, too. Hop into the Google Play Store and check out our picks, and as

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