Lenovo owns Motorola now, and that means the Chinese electronics company could have a real impact on smartphone culture in the United States. So what's the next big thing from China? How about the selfie flash?
Smartwatches are great when their batteries aren't dying on you. That's what makes Pebble one of the best. But Lenovo is trying to creep in on that territory too, with its new Android-friendly e-ink smartband: The Vibe Band VB10.
A couple months ago, a company asked if I was interested in reviewing their razor/personal massager combo. I said sure, never expecting them to send one all the way over to China. Well, they did.
The Gadget: The V-Moda Vibe Duo iPhone headphones, which combine V-Moda's great price to quality ratio with a thin, iPhone-compatible headphone jack with an on-board music/call control button.
If you saw our hands on with the V-Moda Vibe fashion earbuds, you'd know that they're both comfortable and pretty great sounding for the price. Their two latest version of the Vibe, the Red Roxx and the La Mocha, are the same great mid-price-range earbuds but with some slight changes.
With the iPod's white earbuds being as much a fashion accessory as the iPod itself—with people even buying them to wear with other players—earbuds must now look good in addition to sounding good. These V-MODA Vibes? Well, they're not only pleasing to the eyes and ears, they feel like butter in the ear canal. Butter…
These are the Vibe earbuds made by V-MODA. I couldn't care less what they do, as long as they are coated in gunmetal black or chrome. According to the ladies at Popgadget, the Vibe earbuds provide rich bass, warm mids and unprecedented clarity while looking sexy as hell. They also use BLISS (bass level isolating soft…
Our bestest friends 4ever over at Kotaku just can't get enough of the Wii, and neither can Wii. See what we did there?