Okay, I know that Samsung's upcoming flagship smartphones aren't exactly "wearables," but with plenty of interest around the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge since the unveiling at Mobile World Congress, we had to try these out.Read More
A successor to the company’s previous flagship handset – the Galaxy Nexus – the Nexus 4, inspired in design by Google but built by LG, it’s one of the most fully-featured smartphones currently at market – that is, if you can manage to secure stock from the Google Play Store – but also one of the most affordable, coming in at £239 for the 8GB and £279 for the 16GB. Without question, this is one Nexus worth getting excited about.
Arriving just over a month from the launch of its new operating system, Microsoft’s impression on the Gadget Show Live Christmas floor was a quite considerable one. Dominating a hefty chunk of the floor space at the show (as well as its entrance), it was difficult to miss anything the computing giant had to offer; from the array of devices running its new OS, to the promotion of its first-ever tablet PC: Microsoft Surface.
Where pushing the boundaries in sound quality often comes at the cost of increasing size and reduced portability, and where reigning in the bulk of the product design allows the quality of the sound to suffer, portable speakers in their very nature are, quite frankly, more often than not atrocious excuses for speaker systems. With little to no low bass range to sort our Mcfly-friendly tunes from our dubstep, dance and drum and bass while on the go, the inherent design issues associated with portable speakers has seemingly not escaped the team at WOWee One.