Reviewed: BiggiFi puts Android apps on the big screen

The BiggiFi is an HDMI dongle that comes with some big promises. The official introduction video touts the BiggiFi as being able to offer “the most engaging mobile experience on your TV” and about how it is the “first touch based interface technology that enables your smartphone or tablet to act as touchscreen controllers for your TV.” We’ll get into whether or not the BiggiFi is able to live up to either of those promises — but first — let us begin with an introduction.





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Here’s another look at the Verizon Motorola Droid Turbo

The Verizon Motorola Droid Turbo still isn’t official, despite the number of leaks we’ve seen from photos to full-on specs, so here’s another press photo instead. While we’ve seen the new Verizon Droid in both red kevlar and black kevlar, the latest leaked image shows a heretofore unseen version with a textured black inset back that we dare saw looks at the very least somewhat interesting.





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Here’s another look at the Verizon Motorola Droid Turbo

The Verizon Motorola Droid Turbo still isn’t official, despite the number of leaks we’ve seen from photos to full-on specs, so here’s another press photo instead. While we’ve seen the new Verizon Droid in both red kevlar and black kevlar, the latest leaked image shows a heretofore unseen version with a textured black inset back that we dare saw looks at the very least somewhat interesting.





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Here’s where we might finally find alien life

Search For Alien Life

One of the lesser moons of Saturn, Mimas, has been largely viewed as a boring lump of ice. But a new discovery has suddenly turned this moon into hot property: its rotational wobble turns out to be far stronger than expected. Mimas is almost perfectly spherical, so a robust wobble implies that something intriguing is going on below its surface…  and that something is very likely to be sloshing. The most likely explanation for the wobble would be an internal ocean starting between 24 and 31 kilometers below the moon’s surface.

This would be something of a puzzle in a moon as small as Mimas — how could a liquid ocean remain warm enough for billions of years? One possibility is that the elliptical orbit of Mimas creates tidal friction strong enough to maintain a warm core.

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