Archive for July, 2017


YouTube launches Spotlight Canada channel to showcase up-and-coming talent

You can now subscribe to the best of Canadian YouTube.

YouTube has launched a channel to “shine a spotlight” on Canadian talent.

The channel, called Spotlight Canada, consolidates music, comedy, and esoterica, along with popular news and sports clips, in a single place, and will change monthly, according to a post on Google Canada’s blog.

The list comes in the form of video playlists, celebrating Canada’s 150th anniversary and some of its most popular celebrities, including The Tragically Hip’s  [Read More…]

Deal: Get the unlocked Galaxy S8 for as low as $425 right now!

A fantastic deal on this year’s best phone.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 continues to be one of the best phones you can buy this year, even at its regular retail price of $ 724.99.

The Galaxy S8 colors, including Midnight Black, Orchid Gray, Arctic Silver, and the new Coral Blue.

Right now, though, Samsung is doing everything it can to change the minds of the unconvinced through an awesome promotion. Until August 4, users can get  [Read More…]

Build your own remote controlled car with this $150 SunFounder Raspberry Pi robot kit!

Building your own robot is a very rewarding activity, but it’s tough to just sit down and start soldering parts together. You need a kit that contains everything required!

Build a remote controlled car with a mounted webcam for just $ 150! Learn more

Right now, Android Central Digital Offers has a deal on a SunFounder Raspberry Pi robot kit. It contains everything you need to build a webcam-mounted, remote controlled robot car that you can drive from  [Read More…]

Bluetooth battery level indicators are finally coming to Android

It’s a feature that has been on the Apple iPhone forever and if you’re reading this and thinking “well, my Android device has that”, then that’s because some OEM’s have included it in their skin. However, officially, stock Android does not include a battery level indication for connected Bluetooth devices. This simple icon provides an […]

Dive into the world of Philips Hue with a refurb Starter Kit for $45

Our friends at Thrifter are back again, this time with the most affordable way to get into the Philips Hue ecosystem!

We’ve seen a lot of Philips Hue deals lately, and they’ve all been quite popular. The folks at Daily Steals are getting in on the fun now, and are offering a refurbished 2nd-gen Starter Kit (white) for just $ 44.99 when you use the coupon code THRFTRHUE5. This is a $ 5 discount from the everyday Daily Steals  [Read More…]

This $29 interactive web developer bootcamp gives crash courses in HTML, CSS, Java, and more

Ever thought about building your own website? Not with a cookie cutter template, existing platform, or turnkey solution, but with code. What’s stopping you? If you said it’s because you don’t have any experience, we’ve got you covered. Our Deal of the Day is a $ 29 bundle of training that covers full-stack web development. Indeed, […]

A heatsink that works is a beautiful thing

Beat the heat in VR with this heatsink!

The fact that Daydream heats up your phone is no surprise, but the fact that you can mitigate this issue can be news to plenty of people. We took the time to test out a heat sink for Daydream and see whether it really did make a difference in our VR experience.

Read more at VRHeads

Microsoft working on Windows Dev Center app for Android

Windows developers will soon be able to manage and monitor their apps on Android.

Microsoft is currently working on a dedicated Windows Dev Center app for Android. Spotted by Android Police (via MSPU), the app is currently available on the Google Play Store as an early alpha version marked with an (Unreleased) tag.

If you’re a Windows developer, much of what you’ve come to expect from the Dev Center will  [Read More…]

GIVEAWAY: Win a Pixel or Pixel XL case from Caseology!

We’re back with another giveaway and today we’re hooking up our friends with Pixel devices. We’ve teamed up with Caseology to keep your pure Android devices protected and looking sexy as hell. We’re giving away one case each to three winners so make sure you enter RIGHT NOW. The Prize Caseology’s selection of cases for the […]

Comix Zone (Review)

Ah, Sega. No introduction necessary for them, I hope! Comix Zone was originally made for the Sega Genesis back in 1995 and has since been released on Steam, Wii, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Game Boy Advance, as well as Android and IOS. It follows the story of Sketch Turner, who… gets trapped in his own […]