Review: Casio G'zOne Commando
The Commando uses the stock music player. This is a bit if a disappointment, but not really all that unexpected. The stock music player is easy to navigate and use, though its feature set is lacking. You can sort through artists, albums, genres, as well as playlists.
Verizon, of course, couldn't resist from incorporating its Rhapsody/V CAST music service into the music player. From the music player's settings, it all too easy to stumble into Verizon's music streaming/download services.
The Amazon MP3 Store application is nowhere to be found, but it can be downloaded from the Market. Slacker is present and accounted for.
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The Commando doesn't have a stand-alone video player. There are free video players available from the Android Market. Video that you've captured with the Commando's camcorder can be played back from the gallery application.
Verizon's V CAST Video application is on board, though, as is the Android YouTube application. Both let you stream video content via the Commando's 3G data connection.
Hands On with Casio's Android Wear Watch
Casio is finally getting into the proper smartwatch game with an Android Wear watch, in the form of the creatively-named "Smart Outdoor Watch". Weirdly, it doesn't don the G-Shock brand, but it's clearly of that lineage.
Review: Kyocera DuraForce XD for AT&T
Kyocera's latest rugged hardware is built like a tank, which means it's tougher than hell, but also huge and heavy. If you need a hardy handset, this Android phablet has you covered and then some.
Hands On with the Casio WSD-F20 Smartwatch
Casio trotted out its second-generation Android Wear smartwatch this week. The WSD-F20 is a major improvement over last year's model thanks to the addition of GPS and Android Wear 2.0.
Review: HTC U Ultra
HTC's flagship handset for the year is the U Ultra, a stunning slab of metal and glass. This powerful Android smartphone combines an attractive design with a solid spec sheet.