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LifeProof nüüd for iPhone 5s – Hands On [MWC 2014]

LifeProof, over the past couple of years, has built itself a fantastic reputation for manufacturing great cases that protect your iPhone against the elements. They’re waterproof, dust-proof and everything in between. And normally, they’re not obscenely chunky. One of the latest in range was on show at MWC 2014; the nüüd for iPhone 5s. The nüüd is…

Otterbox Preserver for iPhone 5s – Hands On [MWC 2014]

Along with a couple of other accessories at the Otterbox stand this year was the Preserver Series. As a comparison, the closest thing I’ve tried that’s close to it is the Incipio Atlas ID waterproof case for iPhone 5s. Or, a much thinner version of the Otterbox Armor case. It features: – Two-piece case that snaps together for easy assembly –…

Otterbox Symmetry case for iPhone 5/5s hands on [MWC 2014]

As some of you may – or may not – know, I was over at MWC 2014 in Barcelona for a couple of days. At the ShowStoppers event on Sunday evening, many companies got together to show off some cool mobile tech accessories and apps. One of those was Otterbox, so I took the opportunity to get my hands on some of the cases on show. First up is the…

Freaking Furries App Review: Delightfully bouncy puzzle game

Freaking Furries from Digital Poke is a physics-based puzzle game where you must save your furry little friends, and avoid some furry foes, by using the tried-and-tested catapult metaphor which iOS gamers will be well accustomed to. The premise of Freaking Furries is simple. You are tasked with saving yellow Furries and avoiding red Furries. You have…

Find your way around easily with Sygic GPS – [Sponsored Review]

I’ve used many GPS apps recently as I had to move to a new city that I had only been to when I was younger, and after using the Sygic application, I can say I walked away pleasantly surprised. When you first open the application, you set up an account and you choose what maps you want to download; being in the United States, I chose my respective…

Threes App Review: A cute, casual and challenging puzzler

Threes is a unique game that mixes math with matching pairs gameplay. Threes is simple, yet surprisingly addictive and the charm of the game will ensure that you keep playing. Developers Asher Vollmer, Greg Wohlwend, and Jimmy Hinson describe Threes as the “tiny puzzle that grows on you” and it’s easy to see why. The premise of Threes is…