Our amazing mobile devices have made it possible for us to be constantly connected and always reachable. While it’s great that family and friends can get in touch with us at any point these days, it also means that pesky telemarketers and spam callers also have a direct line to us. No one likes receiving spam ... Read More »
There are thousands of launchers for Android, many of which are the same old recycled designs with nothing unique to add to the mix. Some are very unique. You could even say too unique, because they cease to be functional. And of course, there are a few gems that we all love and use every ... Read More »
Do you like to avoid waiting? Do you like to avoid people in general? Google’s got your back with the latest update to Google Search. When searching for shops and restaurants, Google will show you the busy times and when the lines are longest.
With the new feature, you can check out graphs of the ... Read More »
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Wireless charging is a great technology, and one that I use everywhere I go. I have a charger at home and in the car, and I don’t plan on going back to cables. But there are a few drawbacks to wireless charging, like charging speed and the inability for metal devices to charge wirelessly. The ... Read More »
Google has announced it is expanding messaging support with Google Now today, allowing you to send message with only your voice to contacts on WhatsApp, Viber, WeChat, Telegram and NextPlus.
Google Now’s expanded messaging support works just like it does with any other app, allowing you to saying something like, “Viber message BugDroid hey ... Read More »
When making a budget phone, especially one that you plan to make money on, you have to make compromises. That’s really all there is to it. Which means you, as a manufacturer, are left with two choices:
You can either build a phone with all the features you can imagine — like NFC, wireless charging, ... Read More »
The Moto X Style, or Pure Edition as it will be known in the U.S., is the flagship in Motorola’s new lineup and it seems the only Moto X variant that will be available in the U.S. Let’s take a quick look at the specs on this thing, remembering that it starts at just $399.
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During a simulcast event split between New York, London, and Sao Paulo, Motorola announced three new phones — the Moto X Style, Moto X Play and Moto G (2015). The three new phones match up really well with all the leaks which have flooded the web over the past few months or so, delivering three unique ... Read More »
As you may have heard, the OnePlus 2 was announced late last night, featuring an impressive array of specs, a USB Type-C charging and data connector and a very attractive $329 sticker price. Our very own Marco Hanna attended the event and was able to record an unboxing and first impressions ... Read More »
Tonight, OnePlus revealed just about everything you could want to know about it’s “2016 flagship killer,” the OnePlus 2, except maybe the one thing that will make or break the device: How much it will cost. Well, one hour after the initial VR announcement of the device, OnePlus has made the price of the ... Read More »