Bundling third-party services into a wireless carrier plan is certainly starting to become a trend, and Sprint doesn’t want to miss the bandwagon.
Announced today, Sprint has confirmed that it will be bundling the Hulu’s Limited Commercials service with its Unlimited Freedom plan. The offer will be available for both new and existing ... Read More »
Essential Phone owners, you can now sink your teeth into an Oreo treat.
Essential is now offering a beta release of Android Oreo for the Essential Phone. You go to Essential’s website to download it and then load it onto your ... Read More »
An application called EngineerMode was found on OnePlus devices (as well as other devices from different manufacturers). This app is used at the factory to test various functions of the device. However, it was left in the software builds that ship with the OnePlus 3, Read More »
Custom ROM development for the Essential Phone is finally getting started! Despite running stock Android in all of its beauty and simplicity, there are plenty of improvements to be made in stock Android. A developer by the name of invisiblek has ported LineageOS to Essential’s PH-1, and it’s fully working.
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When looking for a smart thermostat, Nest isn’t your only choice. Ecobee makes some solid (if not a little less trendy) smart thermostats that are constantly getting updates. First came support for Amazon Alexa, and now some thermostats are getting support for Read More »
HTC has been a proponent of virtual reality for quite some time, and its Vive VR headset has been praised as one of the best available on the market. However, the Vive requires a connection to a PC to use, which is a barrier for many potential users.
To broaden its ... Read More »
We don’t see a ton of new cellular-enabled Android tablets anymore, but today Lenovo and AT&T teamed up to introduce just that.
The Moto Tab is launching at AT&T on November 17th. It’ll be priced at $15 per month for 20 months or $299.99 with no commitment.
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Since there’s no shortage of problems being brought up with the Pixel 2 siblings, it’s only natural that even more are brought up. Another problem discovered with the devices is the camera performance under LED lights.
LEDs run on pulse width modulation, which essentially means that power is being pulsed on and ... Read More »
It really seems like people are picking on the new Pixel 2 duo. Many smartphones have issues that go unreported later in their life (we’re looking at you, LG!) but Google’s latest smartphones seem to have a host of issues pop up during the launch.
This time it’s the Read More »
Android Oreo is here. In fact, it was released almost three months ago for Google’s own devices. There have been a couple Oreo beta tests here and there, and a few phones are launching with the latest version of Android pre-installed, but ... Read More »