AJ Dellinger

AJ Dellinger

AJ Dellinger is a freelance writer from Madison, Wisconsin with an affinity for all things tech. Find him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and whatever wacky social network is popular tomorrow.

Who says you can’t work on a tablet? Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro, Note Pro boast huge screens

Samsung's new NotePRO and TabPRO tablets make a play to professionals with outrageous resolution and sizes up to 12.2 inches, pushing the limits of how big a portable tablet can be.

CES

New apps, OS version to grace Pebble watches shown at CES

Pebble announced a new version of its operating system, Pebble 2.0, and a new app store that will be stocked with a bunch of new apps from big name developers including Yelp, Foursquare, and others.

Cool Tech

The next generation Pebble Steel smartwatch unveiled

Pebble brought its latest version of the smartwatch to CES and it means business. The Pebble Steel is a more traditional looking watch, with a metallic finish and feel, while maintaining all of Pebble's features.

CES

Huawei shows off Ascend Mate 2 and it’s new battery to kick off CES 2014

Huawei brought a new version of its favorite phone to CES 2014 with the Ascend Mate 2. The phone from the Chinese manufacturer features a huge battery with reverse charging, a new UI and cameras made for selfies.

Android Army

LG G Flex coming to AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile

The LG G Flex, LG's curved smartphone, will be available in the U.S. later this spring. The phone will be carried by AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile, and should come with a much-needed subsidized price point.

Mobile

Imedipac, smart pill box, will probably confuse your grandparents

Medissimo is showing off it's Imedipac, a smart pill box, on the floor of CES 2014. The device is designed to provide proper medication dosage with every use, though the "technologically savvy old person" market may be a bit narrow.

Mobile

Step on the Runtastic Libra Scale and let your iPhone help you battle the bulge

Losing weight is a common New Year's resolution, and now you can accomplish it with the help of the Libra Scale from Runtastic, a smart scale with iOS connectivity. It's a little over ambitious but still a solid addition to any health-conscious person's…

Cool Tech

Archos to show off two unlocked Android phones for under $250 at CES

French electronics manufacturer Archos is bringing two budget-friendly smartphones to CES 2014. The Archos Helium 45 and 50 are unlocked, 4G LTE connected, and priced at under $250.

Mobile

‘Cut the Rope 2’ is as deliciously addictive as ever

Aside from Angry Birds, Cut the Rope may be the closest thing to a AAA mobile game. Cut the Rope 2 is the first true sequel in the series and it's as good as ever, with the welcome additions of new creatures, features, and graphics.

Mobile

Rocki meets its funding goals, will soon make any speaker wireless

Find most bluetooth speakers to be disappointing? So did the makers of ROCKI, a wifi music system. It's looking for backers on Kickstarter to finish the project and is offering an affordable buy in price for a wifi speaker solution.

Mobile

Don’t leash your kid like a dog, keep track of them with this bracelet

Making the world a safer place for kids is a noble cause. But it will take more than a good heart and the best of intentions to make BeLuvv's Guardian worthy supplementing parental supervision. The demo left a bit to be desired.

Mobile

Got a Lincoln in your pocket? $5 will buy you just about anything in Fiverr for iPhone

Fiverr is bringing its services at $5 a pop to mobile. The free Fiverr app allows clients and creators to connect on the go. See just how far $5 can take you in the Fiverr marketplace.

Mobile

This smart breathalyzer encourages you to share how drunk you are on Facebook

You're out with your friends and feeling a little tipsy. BacTrack, a professional-grade breathalyzer that fits your pocket and syncs with your phone, can tell you just how drunk you are--though it's a bit pricey for a novel accessory.

Mobile

Take that selfie in the dark! Night vision is coming to smartphones

PSY Corporation will start a crowdfunding campaign tomorrow in hopes of raising $60,000 to bring a night vision accessory, the Snooperscope, to mobile devices. We're not really sure this is going to draw the interest they want.

Mobile