OnePlus has spent the last few weeks hyping the upcoming OnePlus 2 and now new photos have revealed our first real look at the device. The photos come from China’s wireless regulation department, Tenaa, so they’re likely legit. The OnePlus 2 itself looks as we’d expect it to look, similar to ... Read More »
After last year’s high-end Galaxy Tab S, many have waited for Samsung to release a fitting successor. The company is doing that now with the Galaxy Tab S2, which will come in two different size variants of an 8-inch model and a larger 9.7-inch model. Samsung is placing an emphasis on the size and weight, ... Read More »
Welcome back to our weekly Top 10 Android App Updates column, where we take a look at the most frequently upgraded apps for the week. We’ve found that one of the best ways to discover useful apps is to find the ones that are actually being updated by the developers rather than selecting the apps with the ... Read More »
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The Soundfreaq Sound Kick was my first ever Bluetooth speaker. It started my obsession with Bluetooth audio, and I don’t use the word obsession lightly. I love Bluetooth speakers and it’s all attributed to the Sound Kick. So when I heard that the successor to the speaker was being released, I got very excited.
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If you tried to get a OnePlus One back when it was first announced, you know how much of a pain the invite system was. OnePlus says it received “some less-positive feedback” about the system, but that’s an understatement. It brought out serious frustration in people, to the point where some gave up on the ... Read More »
Good news, friends! It’s now super easy to send location information, complete with directions, from Google Maps on your desktop to your phone or tablet. When you select a location on desktop Google Maps, a “Send to device” button will be available under the location and hours of the place that you’ve selected. You can ... Read More »
LG has gone from an unskilled company clumsily creating poor smartphones to a company that now creates some of the best devices on the market. The change was quite recent, really taking off with 2014′s LG G3, which marked the start of a new era for the company; an era focused ... Read More »
T-Mobile’s latest Un-carrier Amped move lets you travel to Canada and Mexico and pretend that it’s the US, at least when it comes to your phone usage.
Yesterday a report claimed that the Android-powered BlackBerry Venice will launch at AT&T. The detail that most of us are probably more interested in, though, is what the phone looks like. Today that info has been revealed.
An image of what’s said to be the BlackBerry Venice has ... Read More »
For a flagship phone, a lot rides on its design and hardware. When someone sees it or holds it for the first time, they make a snap judgement of the device. Every thought about the phone after that is colored by that initial impression, so it’s important that it delivers a quality build. With the ... Read More »