Category: Android

Fossil Sport (Gen 4) Review

I picked up the Fossil Sport Gen 4 smartwatch in the 43 mm size. Continue reading

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Episode 61

This week we talk about phone pricing and the shuttering of Windows 10 Mobile

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Pokemon Go Is Live!

Pokemon Go is available in the US, New Zealand and Australia for iOS and Android devices. Rollout to outher countries should be soon!

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Pokemon Go Announcement

Pokémon Go was announced as an Android and iOS game. Developed by Nintendo and Niantic, the game allows players to explore the real world tocatch virtual Pokémon.  Continue reading

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Unofficial Miiverse Apps On Android

menu-logoCurrently there are two unofficial Miiverse apps available on Android through Google Play. Continue reading

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Episode 46: More Nintendo Direct Announcements!

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Well after a month long hiatus, we’re back! This time, John and Harley join me on talking the most recent Nintendo Direct about Zelda, Pokemon and sinking way too much time on games!

Intro: You Just Don’t Exist – Plumtree
Outro: Castle Crescendo (Krook’s March) – Sole Signal

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Chromebook Headed Outside US and UK

chromebookAs of right now, the Chromebook has finally made it outside US and UK soils. Continue reading

Permanent link to this article: https://www.brokenfuse.com/2013/04/16/chromebook-outside-us-u/

Samsung Galaxy S4 Announced – Canadian Release in Q2

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Following the massive success of the S3, Samsung recently announced the S4 which will be its next flagship smartphone Continue reading

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Youtube Tuesday: Physical Touchscreen Buttons

At CES this year, Tactus demonstrated the first tactile touchscreen implemented on a standard android tablet. They use a technology called “micro-fluidics” to raise and lower the buttons. Not necessarily game changing as it only offers a preset tactile keyboard but is still really cool nonetheless. Here is an older video from Tactus describing this technology. No hardware partners announced but they expect to ship the first tactile touchscreen phone later this year.

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The $99 Console

The Wii U starts off the next generation console race successfully but Boxer8 also has plans on making their own console. Continue reading

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