Live Photos, which bring some life to a photo taken by an iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, or an iPhone SE, was a feature Apple introduced with its flagship devices late last year. And as is par for the course for an Apple product, enjoying a Live Photo outside of the Apple ecosystem requires the help ... Read More »
Huawei killed it with last year’s Nexus 6P. The Huawei Nexus 6P was a big hit with fans of the Nexus series, offering great specs and a premium body for a fairly low price. And it seems we may see another this year.
The Nexus 6P is inching closer towards its first birthday, but if there’s anyone out there that hasn’t picked one up yet and has been waiting for a discount, the time to act may be now.
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If you’re down for testing the latest and greatest apps, Google just gave the Maps app its own official beta version. You’ll have to sign up to test this new beta, and it might be buggy and dysfunctional, so this isn’t for everyone.
If you want to give it a ... Read More »
Honking isn’t the most pleasant sound in the world, and I’m sure you hate it even more if you live in a densely populated area with lots of traffic. But a car’s horn can be critical for avoiding dangerous situations, and can even be used in a friendly way (to an extent).
To make its ... Read More »
The lucky few that have Google Fiber have it good enough as it is, and almost every tech nerd is green with envy. But Fiber is about to get significantly better with a simple update to the Fiber TV box.
This update adds Google Cast functionality to the box, turning it ... Read More »
With security threats on the rise, Google has continued to place a larger emphasis on privacy and security controls for users of its products. One of the steps it took last year was to introduce My Account, a hub for security and privacy controls related to a user’s Google account. Today, My Account ... Read More »
Our current crop of assistants like Google Now, Apple’s Siri, and Microsoft’s Cortana try to act like humans. They have personalities, they tell jokes, and they generally try not to act like robots. Google Now is likely the worst at this though, as Siri and Cortana’s characters are quite obvious.
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Google Home was announced at Google I/O, promising to change the way you do things around your house. It’s similar to Amazon Echo, able to control aspects of your home just by telling it what to do. It’ll be powered by Google ... Read More »
Google’s latest Project Ara update was a huge one, met with just as many jeers as cheers. The modular device is actually going to be released next year! But you can swap out far fewer components than originally planned, which kind of ruins much of what made Ara exciting in the first ... Read More »