Consider Aio's ZTE Altair if you need an inexpensive QWERTY phone, but if you want a typical smartphone experience, shop around.
At just under $3, Moves will give you a similar experience to that of the Fitbit Force or Jawbone UP, both of which cost over $100. Any iPhone 5S owners who are on the fence about activity trackers need to give Moves a shot.
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A University of Oxford physicist has derived equations that describe how guitar techniques influence the pitch of a note.
Using the iPhone 5S M7 processor, along with integrating third-party apps, Argus is a well-rounded activity app.
With Lego Fusion, the toy giant for the first time is mixing its plastic bricks with the virtual world. Think of it as multidimensional SimCity, for kids.
For the first time, Lego has come out with a product that blends the physical -- plastic bricks -- with the digital. It thinks the "infinity loop" between the two worlds will keep kids busy for hours and hours.
Physics students at the University of Leicester designed a concept for fully operational deflector shields, but there's one problem: they'd blind whoever they protect.
A newly developed device uses NFC to add four programmable physical buttons to your Android devices.
If the final product (soon to go live on Indiegogo) is half as good as it sounds, it's likely to be a big hit.
A wearable eyepiece measures physiological responses such as pupil dilation and heartbeat to find content on the web that will interest you.