If you spend a lot of time traveling internationally, you know what a pain it can be to maintain a phone that works all over the world, without going broke doing it. KnowRoaming ($35) is an intelligent sticker and an iOS or Android app combination that makes traveling with your phone easier and cheaper. Just apply the sticker to the front of your SIM card, and it takes care of the rest — staying off until you need it, and switching on to prevent roaming charges internationally. The accompanying app lets you monitor your usage, while finding carriers internationally and allowing you to top up on minutes that never expire.

  • Motorola Skip

    While none of you would dare leave your phone unprotected without a security pin, you also know what a pain it is to enter it every time you want to check new notifications. But, for those fortunate enough to pick up a Moto X, that pain will be a thing of the past, thanks to the Motorola Skip ($15). This small clip attaches to your clothing, and with a quick tap of your phone, you can unlock it — no more pesky pass codes. It will come in a range of colors to fit your customized phone, and will also include three Skip dots (which you can leave any place you frequently use your phone, and function the same as the clip).

  • LG G2 Smartphone

    If you're looking for buttons on the side of this phone, think again — the LG G2 Smartphone ($TBA) changes things up a bit by moving them to the back of the device, making the phone more ergonomic so you're less likely to drop it. They've also upped the ante with a 5.2-inch full-HD display (the largest of any smartphone in its class), a 13 megapixel rear-facing camera, and a 2.26GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. It sports some exciting user experience features like a pared-down guest mode, a programmable remote that can operate devices in your home, and a phone that answers automatically when you raise it to your ear.

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