Essential is the new kid on the block but it’s backed by the very man who created Android, Andy Rubin. The Essential Phone isn’t being sold on features or gimmicks, but rather an experience. In a flooded market where even the big shots are struggling, can a newcomer without any gimmicks ... Read More »
The biggest problem with big subs is that they disturb everyone around you. If you live alone in a house, a subwoofer makes sense (at least during the day). But if you have others living with you or if you live in apartment, bass can be a problem. Only being able to use your expensive home ... Read More »
Amazon has made its Alexa personal assistant open to the public. No longer is her presence limited to Amazon devices; third-parties are now integrating Alexa into their devices. The Jam Voice takes on the Amazon Tap as a portable, lightweight Bluetooth speaker that doubles as your digital assistant.
Connectivity: Bluetooth, WiFi Battery life: 4 ... Read More »
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The Google Play Store is pretty secure, but fake reviews are still a problem (like they are across many services). Google is working hard to improve the review process and has announced that it has improved fake review detection.
Google says that if developers are using an agency to promote their app, that they should make ... Read More »
You don’t know what you got until it’s gone.
This year, 2016, Motorola has what is arguably its most complete portfolio of smartphones ever. From the high end to the low, they now have:
Moto Z Force, $720 Moto Z, $624 Moto Z Play, $408 Moto G4 Plus, $249-299 Moto G4, $199-$229 (or as low ... Read More »
What’s in Town touts itself as “the essential Android app to find out more about UK Cities, Towns and Villages”. If you live in the UK, or are taking a vacation in the country, it wants to be your go-to guide for all the sights and attractions — from historic points of ... Read More »
Desktop chargers are a lifesaver. In a time where electronic devices are widespread but outlets are not, charging a few devices with their original chargers means taking up a bunch of outlets, which are often in short supply. Desktop chargers with a multitude of USB ports are a great way to solve that problem.
Ports: 4 ... Read More »
The DROID line of phones is perhaps one of the most important in Android history. Not only is it one of the oldest Android device families, but the original Motorola DROID — launched in 2009 — helped to give Android a major boost in adoption and make it into the most ... Read More »
If you were to say to me that you had $400 to spend on an Android phone and you were looking for recommendations, I would barely know where to start. That much money can buy you any number of decent phones now, but each is not without its caveats. So thanks to things like invite ... Read More »
The ZTE Spro 2 was announced at CES the beginning of the of this year. This is ZTE’s follow up to their original Sprint LivePro, which is simply a portable projector that runs Android with a display that has ... Read More »