Archive for August, 2017


This $130 Brother monochrome printer does it all and does it fast

Brother makes some awesome printers, and this is one of the fastest models going for one of its lowest prices!

The Brother MFC-L2740DW monochrome all-in-one printer is down to $ 129.99 refurbished. This is the lowest price ever on this printer, refurb or not. It normally sells for $ 170, and it has dropped as low as $ 150.

New versions of this same model of printer sell as high as $ 200 or more at Amazon and Newegg.

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Fossil announces ‘major expansion’ into Android Wear

Fossil Group today confirmed that it will have a “massive expansion” into Android Wear over the coming year. The announcement, which comes on the eve of IFA 2017, indicates that it will add new brands to its touchscreen wearables running Android Wear. See: Diesel’s first Android Wear smartwatch available for $ 325 Fossil already has five brands […]

Watch the LG V30 launch at IFA 2017 — live at 3:00 a.m. ET Aug 31!

LG is hoping to make a splash just a day ahead of the IFA 2017 trade show in Berlin.

We’ve seen the leaks, checked all of the latest information from LG and set our expectations — it’s time for the LG V30. Coming just a week after the Galaxy Note 8 was announced, and several months after the LG G6, it’s more important than ever that LG get this one right. All indications are that it’s going  [Read More…]

How to deal with controller issues on Daydream with Galaxy S8

Solve those controller issues with these tips!

Nobody ever wants to run into issues that make it difficult, or impossible, to enjoy some time in VR. This is especially true for Samsung Galaxy S8 users who are just getting used to everything that Daydream can deliver on. While controller issues with the Samsung Galaxy S8 can be frustrating, they can be dealt with.

We’ve got the details on what to do when your controller starts to act  [Read More…]

Buy an HTC U11 and get a chance to win a smart home bundle

Last month, the HTC U11 become the first smartphone with integrated, hands-free Amazon Alexa assistant. Sure other phones like the Huawei Mate 9 let you access Alexa, but they require users to open an app and pushing a button before issuing a voice request.  You don’t have to do so on the HTC though. You […]

Samsung adds Gear Sport, Gear Fit2 Pro, Gear IconX to its roster of wearables

Samsung on Wednesday introduced three new devices as part of its portfolio of wearable products.  The trio emphasize fitness features such as the ability to swim in salt water with the Gear Sport and Fit 2 Pro, but they do not include the Bixby voice assistant technology. Moreover, they fill in gaps between current products and […]

YouTube TV: Everything you need to know!

YouTube TV is here, and you probably have questions.

It’s always exciting to see a company like Google offer something new, but YouTube TV is not the first time this company has tried to do something innovative with streaming video. Here’s what you need to know about Google’s latest efforts to shake up television as we know it.

What is YouTube TV?

Think of YouTube TV as an internet-based cable television subscription. For a monthly fee, you  [Read More…]

FFXV: Monsters of the Deep – All You Need to Know

It’s almost time to go fishing!

Final Fantasy XV introduced us to Prince Noctis, and the world of Eos, and the addicting minigame of fishing. While the Final Fantasy XV itself has concluded, there is definitely more to come, in the form of FFXV: Monsters of the Deep. This game will bring us back to Eos, but there aren’t tons of details quite yet.

Read more at VRHeads

Acer introduces two LTE-connected 360-Degree cameras

Have you ever been in a situation where you’ve wanted to instantly share 360-degree footage you’ve taken but had to wait till you found an internet connection? Or perhaps been in a situation where a livestream would be amazing, but you forgot your smartphone to stream from? Acer has today introduced two 360-degree cameras that […]

This $14 OBD2 reader can tell your phone what’s wrong with your car

Save some money while figuring out what’s wrong with your car thanks to our pals at Thrifter!

No one likes seeing their check engine light pop on, and it’s even worse when you don’t know what the cause of it is. Sure, there are some places that will scan your car for free to tell you what’s up, but most of them charge for the service. Stop throwing money away having your car scanned, and start doing it  [Read More…]