The Google Home Mini was supposed to have the same touch functionality as its full sized brother. At launch, you could tap the top to activate Google Assistant, pause music, turn off alarms, and more.
Unfortunately, a bug affecting some devices would cause ... Read More »
Huawei doesn’t have a big presence in the US, despite being one of the biggest smartphone manufacturers in the world. Huawei sells its best unlocked phones here but you won’t see them at a carrier store.
That might be changing soon, as the Mate 10 Pro may be coming to the US ... Read More »
If you’re the kind of person to modify every device you own, you’ve likely messed with router firmware before. Unfortunately, the Google Wifi is set up to be simple and easy to use, with no complex settings (and few advanced settings). It’s also not easily flashable like your old WRT54G was.
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Google Glass was released more than three years ago, but it’s been dormant for so long. The project disappeared from the public and we haven’t heard a peep since. The world wasn’t quite ready for Google Glass, so most people’s glasses have been lying around collecting dust.
Now, out of nowhere, both ... Read More »
It’s not often that major functionality comes to older products via a free software update, but that’s exactly what’s happening with Onkyo and Pioneer receivers. The two companies have announced that their newer receivers are getting an update with Chomecast functionality.
Unlike many streaming functions, Chromecast doesn’t actually need special ... Read More »
The Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is rumored to launch sometime in August, and this new rumor goes along with that one. SamMobile says that firmware development has officially begun for the Galaxy Note 6, ... Read More »
The Samsung Galaxy S5 is launching in just three weeks, and we can’t wait to get our hands on it. The public reception for the device may not have been overwhelmingly positive, but it looks to be a solid device for 2014. And with a lot of cool and actually useful features, it appeals to ... Read More »