EyeOnMobility Reviews

Motorola Moto G with 4G LTE

A closer look at the Moto G with 4G LTE

Introduction Motorola unveiled the Moto G back in November 2013. Unlike most entry-level smartphones, the Moto G struck a balance between current hardware and a price that remained affordable and delivered on its promise to offer “premium experience with today’s technology.” The Motorola G was well received by both critics and consumers and went on to become Motorola’s best-selling smartphone […]

Expert Shields - All you need

Expert Shield screen protector review

Introduction The introduction of stronger glass materials such as Gorilla Glass, DragonTrail (manufactured by Asahi Glass) and sapphire glass products hold the promise that the displays on our smartphones and tablets will one day be impervious to the wear and tear of daily use and the odd more catastrophic event like being dropped onto the ground. But as these devices become essential […]

Pebble Steel

Pebble Steel Review

Introduction Wearable technology is getting a lot of coverage these days. Many of the big players have entered the market space and those who haven’t are rumoured to be entering shortly. One of the big successes in wearables has been Pebble; makers of the Pebble smartwatch. Pebble garnered attention when it launched its Kickstarter campaign in early 2012. Pebble was […]

Sony Xperia Z2 and Z2 Tablet

Hands on with the Sony Xperia Z2 and Xperia Z2 Tablet

EyeOnMobility had the chance yesterday to spend a bit of time with the Sony Xperia Z2 and the Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet ahead of their launch in the coming weeks. Announced at Mobile World Congress, the two devices are coming to Canada later this spring. Sony Xperia Z2 Specifications: Processor: 2.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 (MSM8974AB) Operating system: Google Android […]

Belkin Qode Ultimate Keyboard Case

Belkin QODE Ultimate Keyboard for iPad Air Review

Introduction: While mobile operating systems such as iOS are quickly catching up to the functionality offered by desktop operating systems, software keyboards often remain a poor substitute for hardware keyboards, thereby limiting tablets’ functionality for certain purposes. For example, while I am open to using the iPad’s software keyboard to do short posts for EyeOnMobility, reviews are another matter. Fortunately, […]

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A look back at AndroidTO 2013

Introduction As quickly as it came, another AndroidTO conference has wrapped up. Having missed the first three events, I knew it was more than time to head down and check out what is billed as Canada’s premier Android developer conference. From humble beginnings and a single developer track the first year, AndroidTO has grown quickly. The growing popularity of the […]