For the AT&T customers who love the giant smartphones.  The LG Optimus G Pro has made it to the AT&T network for $200 with contract, $550 without.  Huge 5.5″ full HD color display Incredibly fast 1.7GHz quad-core processor Advanced 13MP camera with Dual Recording Innovative QSlideâ„¢ 2.0 and QuickMemoâ„¢ apps help you do more,...

With the world waiting to see if the rumors of an Apple iWatch will come to be, other manufacturers are taking their own approaches to the Smartwatch.  Remember the Pebble Watch?  One reason to take a look at this new bridge to your smartphone,...

Yahoo has started to roll out summaries produced by Summly in its mobile app for IOS.  We aren't impressed.  Granted we are biased, we have strong ties to Stremor, the makers of TLDRStuff.com, which is an alternative to Summly.  8 guys in the desert should be no match for the great and powerful SRI International,...

Posted on Apr 12 2013 - 9:54am by Craig
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You gotta love the stuff that comes out of Japan.  This Android based game is made by SEEC Inc, and is called Meichan no Chichi Shibori Taiken (translates to Mei-chan's Udder Milking Personal Experience).  This odd game is now in the Japanese Google Play Store...

Posted on Apr 4 2013 - 10:20am by Gadget King
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So the rumor of a Facebook phone has finally come to a head.  It seems the Facebook phone isn't really a phone it is more about apps.  In this case, the product is Facebook Home.  Facebook Home aims to take over parts of your android phone with Facebook content.  Think Facebook chat instead of text messaging, or Facebook camera instead...

"You can pooh-pooh Apple all you like when it comes to their hardware and software, but certainly, there is no denying the benefits of a closed ecosystem that is employed by iOS, which cannot be found in Google's Android operating system. Well, being open means less restrictions, but it also could turn into more opportunities for someone with malicious...

The Pebble E-Paper SmartWatch is about to hit the market (later this month?) for $150.  The watch shares data and tech with your iPhone or Android phone and has the ability to install watch apps. Say you are a bicyclist, you can...

Posted on Jan 8 2013 - 9:12am by Robby S.
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Watch out Nintendo and Sony, NVIDIA is coming for you with their latest gaming gadget, Project SHIELD.  Project SHIELD runs full PC games over Wi-Fi, has a 5-inch display, and can run Unreal Engine 4 tech.  If the 5-inch display isn't large enough you can output to your TV at 4k resolution. The NVIDIA Project SHIELD starts off with a beefy Tegra...

  The Hex3 AppTag gaming system has a range of augmented reality games for you to pick from.  Some complicated, some downright simple.  The AppTag Gun works with both iOS and Android gadgets assuming they fit into...

It seems like a lot of iPad and iPhone accessories make it to GadgetKing for review.   The PadPivot from Uifit is an accessory that follows a simple rule: necessity...