Archive for August, 2017


You’ll soon be able to buy Walmart products on your Google Home

Walmart is bringing its huge catalog of products to the Google Home.

Google Home is great at answering queries as it hooks into Google’s vast trove of information, but if you’re looking to make purchases with your voice, Amazon’s Echo reigns supreme. Google has been working on improving the voice shopping experience on the Google Home, and to that effect the company has announced that it is partnering with Walmart.

Starting in late September, Walmart will make  [Read More…]

Save up to 35% on Xiaomi audio products with these coupon codes (Promoted Deals)

If you’re in the market for some high quality but low priced audio tech, you’ve come to the right place. You might know Xiaomi from the phones that it makes, but it does so much more. You can find Xiaomi battery banks, smart light bulbs, pens, soil testers, and pretty much anything else under the […]

Watch the Galaxy Note 8 launch live — 11:00 a.m. ET Aug 23!

Samsung’s biggest device of the year is about to take center stage.

The moment is finally upon us — it’s time to watch the Galaxy Note 8 be unveiled officially. The stage is set in New York City for yet another Samsung Unpacked event, where the company pulls out all of the stops to launch its devices with as much style as possible. Samsung is going to be livestreaming the event, and we’ll have that video stream  [Read More…]

The Bluboo S2 could launch with an under the screen fingerprint reader (Sponsored)

We’ve been telling you for a while now about the new breed of Bluboo devices. The cell phone manufacturer is pushing the engineering limits on what smartphones can look like. While some see it following in the footsteps of Samsung, it’s actually breaking more ground than people might realize. Bluboo released the S1 earlier this […]

Grab a year of IPVanish for just $39 for a very limited time, a 50% savings

VPNs are way more common now than they were even just one year ago. People who care about their privacy (which should be everyone) have begun connecting to a VPN everytime they use the internet, but picking the right VPN provider can be a hard task. There are a ton of services out there, and they range in price from free to $ 100 or more a year. If you haven’t already settled into a VPN, today may be the  [Read More…]

How to watch Netflix on Google Cardboard

Netflix is now accessible in VR on more than Gear VR.

Plenty of people enjoy spending a few hours binging Netflix to catch up on their favorite show before the new season kicks off. If you have roommates or distractions then you might have considered watching your shows in VR. Not everybody has access to Gear VR, the only VR headset with the app available. Have no fear though, we’ve got the details for you on how  [Read More…]

Amazon Fire TV Stick vs. Fire TV 4K: Which should you buy?

Two streaming solutions, both alike in dignity, from fair Amazon, where we make our choice. … Which should you buy? We’ve got your answer.

When it comes to plugging into your television, Amazon has two options that’ll tempt you to open your wallet. There’s the Fire TV, and the Fire TV Stick.

Neither one should bust your budget. In fact, the more expensive of the two is less than $ 100. And both do generally the same  [Read More…]

Watch our Android 8.0 Oreo video review!

There are big updates, and there are not-so-big updates. Over the years, some Android versions have brought massive technical and visual changes, while others have tightened up the screws and added polish without shaking things up too much.

The new release of for 2017 and beyond — Android 8.0 Oreo — fits somewhere in between those two extremes. Android is pretty stable at this point, so broad, sweeping changes are less necessary with every new version.

As a result,  [Read More…]

How to watch the Galaxy Note 8 launch event

It’s less than 24 hours away. With so many left wanting after the Note 7 issues, Samsung are ready to unveil the next Galaxy Note 8 that is set to redefine smartphones. You know Samsung are going all out for this one so here’s how to make sure you don’t miss the action in New […]

There are limited edition Android Oreos, but not for most people

Google and Nabisco have made limited edition Android Oreos.

You know what tastes better than new software? New software and cookies. To that end, Google and Nabisco have teamed up to make some Oreo cookies with the Android logo inscribed on top. There’s also a green filling inside to match the green of the Bugdroid logo. I haven’t heard anyone mention what flavor the filling is, but I’d guess it would be mint.

According to Ausdroid, this  [Read More…]