We’ve seen The Productivity Pack before, and noted it as one of the best deals available on premium productivity apps. But with such a good deal, it could only run for a limited time. Today brings us a new ... Read More »
Last week, AT&T and Verizon denied T-Mobile CEO John Legere’s claim that they were throttling their customers’ Netflix streams to 360p quality, but it turns out that those streams are being throttled. It’s just that it’s not AT&T and Verizon that are doing the throttling.
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There are many situations in which physically writing is so much more convenient than typing on your phone or your computer. Everything around us is becoming more digital, but nothing has replaced the pen and paper. A computer or phone just isn’t fast enough or free-form enough for me to capture all my thoughts and ideas ... Read More »
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According to ecoworld.com, a full sun delivers about 100 watts of solar energy per square foot. That’s a bunch of energy just falling on the ground all around us. This energy delivery from the sun does a lot of important things like give us light, heat the earth and feed the plants through photosynthesis, ... Read More »
The LG V10 is quite a unique device. It’s not LG’s 2015 flagship phone, but it definitely has all the right ingredients to set it apart from the competition. The phone is loaded with a 5.7-inch QHD display, Snapdragon 808 processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, fingerprint sensor and an impressive 16MP camera ... Read More »
At Mobile World Congress 2016, we were introduced to the LG G5, LG’s flagship Android smartphone for 2016. With the G5, LG sought to innovate and change the current trends of smartphones, offering a host of new features such as a modular design and dual rear cameras. Now that we’ve seen what ... Read More »
Surprise! There had been some rumblings about this previously, but we’d be lying if we said we were expecting to see a public preview of Android N available for download today, but that is exactly what Google has delivered.
If you are the proud owner of a Nexus 6, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, ... Read More »
Way back when, HTC launched its “One” brand with the One X, then came the One M7, which was followed by the One M8 and One M9. So, with the successor to the One M9 right around the corner, it was thought to be a safe bet that HTC would call it the One M10. ... Read More »
Samsung has run a lot of Samsung Pay promotions to date, but if you’ve missed out on them, you’re getting another chance right now.
Most companies are always late to the update game. While Nexus devices and a few others have been running Marshmallow for months, most OEMs are still working to get their flagships updated. Samsung is not the slowest one out there, but they’re far from quick. Thankfully, a Marshmallow update roadmap has leaked that suggests that ... Read More »