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Lenovo Vibe P1 & P1m Announced With Hefty Batteries

11 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Ubergizmo

If your smartphone keeps dying on you by the end of the day and you’re sick of having to look for a charger everytime, you’re in luck as Lenovo has officially announced the Vibe P1 and Vibe P1m, Android smartphones where its key selling point would be its massive batteries. Show More Summary

Lenovo Vibe S1 Is A Smartphone With Dual Selfie Cameras

11 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Ubergizmo

We had previously seem smartphone OEMs create handsets designed for selfie lovers. What does this mean? Usually this means that these are smartphones with high resolution front-facing cameras. Sometimes it can also mean that the cameras have wider apertures too to help with low-light situations, and sometimes some even come with a front-facing flash. Show More Summary

Lenovo ideaPad Y700 Touch Gaming Laptop

11 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Ubergizmo

Lenovo’s foray into PC gaming started with laptops, and it intends to continue. The Y700 Touch is an update from last year’s Y-series gaming laptop, this time with a new Intel 6 th generation Core i7 processor (quad-core), up to 16 GB of RAM and a mix of several SSD and HDD options. Show More Summary

Lenovo PHAB Series: T-Rex Of Large-Display Phones

11 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Ubergizmo

The large-display phone fever has gone down with many phone makers, but Lenovo seems to be the one big phone company to double down on it. With the Lenovo PHAB Plus, Lenovo proposes a huge 6.8” 1080p IPS display, which makes it one of the largest phone on the market. Show More Summary

Lenovo ideaCentre Y900 Desktop Gaming PC

11 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Ubergizmo

After a first entry in the laptop gaming market, Lenovo is now going into the PC Gaming desktop market. This is a difficult market, and from what I have heard in China, Lenovo is not entering it lightly. Although it is a niche market, the company thinks that it is very important because of the level of passion that users have. Show More Summary

FEATURED -- Hands on: Meet the new Moto 360

Motorola’s Moto 360 smartwatch was arguably the first such device worthy of our attention when it debuted in 2014. The Android-powered watch was sleek and stylish in a world full of clunky, unattractive designs, adding some much-needed style to the Android smartwatch landscape. Show More Summary

You can preorder a Moto X Pure Edition right now for $399

In my hands-on preview of the Moto X Pure Edition, I called it the pure Android flagship phone that Android fans have been waiting for. Well, Android fans, the wait is almost over because Motorola finally announced availability details on Wednesday. Show More Summary

Tech Fix: Choosing the Best Smartphone Plan for You

11 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gadgetwise

The end of the two-year contract has spawned something perhaps more nefarious — endlessly bewildering options. We waded through it and found the best bets.

Android fans rejoice: New Nexus phones reportedly being unveiled this month

Android fans have a feast of riches when it comes to new smartphones this fall, including the Galaxy Note 5 and the Moto X Pure Edition. However, nothing gets Android fans quite as excited as the prospect of a proper sequel to the Nexus 5, the LG-manufactured device that is one of the most beloved Android phones ever made. Show More Summary

Yves Béhar Reimagines the Modern Thermostat

fuseproject and British Gas are bringing a connected home to millions in the UK via an everywhere-friendly design

Are These The Ugliest City Flags on Earth?

12 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Yesterday, New Zealand announced four finalists for its flag redesign contest, which got us thinking about which other places need new flags immediately. The answer was all cities, which tend to have really bad flags. So we asked you, our fair readers, to share the worst city flags to ever ascend a pole. As usual, you didn’t disappoint. Read more...

Apple’s completely redesigned giant ‘iPad Pro’ will make its debut on September 9th

There have already been a flood of reports today regarding Apple’s September 9th event, but news continues to pour out. According to the latest report, Apple will unveil not only the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus and a new model of the Apple TV, but Cook and company will also use the enormous venue to announce the iPad Pro and the next-gen iPad mini. Show More Summary

Deal: Save 20% on the Dubbler Dock Pro 2-Bay Hard Drive Cloning Dock

12 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : technabob

Need to transfer data between two hard drives in a snap? The Dyconn Dubbler Dock Pro has got you covered. This dock lets you connect a pair of SATA SSD or hard drives for easy data…

Huawei's Mate S flagship has promising specs – and Force Touch

12 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Amongst the long line of smartphones unveiled at IFA in Berlin today we saw the Mate S, the new flagship model from Chinese manufacturer Huawei. While its specs put it a notch below the very best phones on the market today, it's a notch...Show More Summary

Los Angeles Is The New US Bid City For The 2024 Olympics

After a dramatic few months, Los Angeles has replaced Boston as the US contender for the 2024 Summer Olympics. I think you know what this means — JETPACK DUDE HERE WE COME! More »      

Toshiba Improves Upon Senior Care with Activity Trackers for the Elderly

The Silmee W20 and W21 activity monitors can help keep the elderly safe without restricting their freedom

We Thought These Microscopic Invertebrates Never Had Sex. Maybe We Were Wrong.

12 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Chances are, you’ve never heard of bdelloid rotifers, strange microscopic creatures that typically live in freshwater ponds and streams. In the grand scheme of things, they’re related to arthropods, a group which includes insects, spiders, and crustaceans. But honestly, they’re in a unique class all their own. And they don’t have sex. Read more...

How the Internet Causes Depression

12 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

That the internet is a miserable place is rarely still disputed. The New York Times ran an article about it in 2012—which suggests most of the rest of us had been aware of it since 2006. Depression itself has been a favorite topic of the internet for at least as long: crudely drawn comics with facile punchlines have achieved wild popularity. Show More Summary

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