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GoGroove BlueVibe DLX Review

GoGroove BlueVibe DLX review.
The Manual

Flipping through The Manual: Meat, moonshine and (avoiding) mosquitos

Burned out on apps, keys and screens? Improve your analog life this weekend! Digital Trends’ brother site The Manual exists to give men straight-up advice, from unspoken suit rules you need to know, to the latest in fashion, food, drink…

20 great tips to help you get the most out of your LG G3

If you’re looking to discover what your new smartphone can really do, then it’s time to check out our roundup of LG G3 tips and tricks. There are loads of handy features and useful options if you know where to find them.

The Google Now Launcher is available for any Android 4.1+ phone

The Google Now Launcher is officially available for all Android 4.1+ devices, which means users outside the Nexus and Google Play Edition camps can switch to Google's latest launcher.

Get a handle on your smartphone camera with the Shoulderpod S1 grip accessory

The Shoulderpod S1 smartphone grip accessory promises extra stability for your photography and videography. It also has a tripod mount, and functions as a table stand. We took a closer look at it.

Rogue Legacy tests your limits, but we’ve got some tips to help you get started

We've got some tips to help you get started with your journey in Cellar Door Games' sharp, highly addictive RPG roguelike, Rogue Legacy.
Cool Tech

Student’s SmartBell design lets you answer the door from anywhere

Not at home when your package delivery arrives? Wondering who's at the door? No longer a problem thanks to the SmartBell, an innovative IoT concept that has won a competition at Sharp.

#confused? Twitter starts explaining trending hashtags for you

Does the Twitter stream leave you #smh? A select number of iOS users are testing a new feature that explains popular hashtags as Twitter attempts to become more accessible to new converts.

Dear conspiracy nuts: Apple doesn’t cripple your old iPhone, time does

It's that time of the year again, when conspiracy theorists start having palpitations about Apple deliberately crippling older iPhones, to convince you it's time to buy the latest and greatest model.
Social Media

L.A. residents call 911 to complain about Facebook outage

Easily one of the silliest reasons to call a number meant for life-threatening emergencies, a number of Los Angeles residents started calling 911 when Facebook wouldn't load on their mobile devices and computers
Social Media

Google continues to shift away from Google+, Photos going solo

Potentially a sign that Google is slowly sunsetting the Google+ social network, the search company is reported to be transitioning Google+ Photos into a standalone product without requiring a Google+ account.