Archive for October, 2017


LG V30+ to become available at Sprint starting October 13

Last week we brought you news about the availability of the LG V30 with carriers in the US. But details about the LG V30+ remained unknown. Last month, Sprint announced it will be the exclusive carrier for the LG V30+ variant which offers 128GB of storage, as opposed to 64GB of the standard LG V30. […]

IFROGZ launches five new wireless earbuds and headphone models, all under $50

Accessory maker, IFROGZ recently announced it was expanding its wireless audio product portfolio to include five new models, all coming with accessible prices. The new accessories include three in-ear wireless earbuds models (not 100% wireless) and two over-the-ear wireless headphone solutions that are designed to be thrown in the bag without the owner having to […]

This could be our first look at the Huawei Mate 10 Pro

Glass body, f/1.6 camera and minimal bezels confirmed by latest leak.

The Huawei Mate 10 series will soon be with us, as the Chinese manufacturer prepares for its October 16 launch event. but if you don’t want to wait that long, then long-time leaker Evan Blass, a.k.a. @evleaks, has offered up a sneak peek of what’s expected to be the more premium of the two, the Huawei Mate 10 Pro.

Huawei Mate 10 Pro pic.twitter.com/3RgjObXmw6

— Evan  [Read More…]

Go wireless with 1Voice earbuds for only $32

Smartphones are ditching the headphone jack, which means we’ll all be relying on Bluetooth headphones in the near future. Wired earbuds can be cumbersome anyway, especially if you’re working out or want to listen to something on the go. Why be tethered to a device when you can have complete freedom of movement, while still listening to your favorite tunes, podcasts, or video audio.

A great pair of Bluetooth headphones is now a must-have accessory for music lovers, and it’s  [Read More…]

From the Editor’s Desk: Late-breaking Pixel predictions

Hunches, predictions and gut feelings about what’s next from Google.

Pixel season is upon us, as Google prepares to show off next-gen hardware across several categories this coming Wednesday, October 4. It’ll also be the sixth Google fall hardware launch I’ve covered (either in person or remotely), the first being the venerable Samsung Galaxy Nexus back in 2011.

Usually that’d give you a fair bit of perspective — background knowledge to help you see what’s coming next  [Read More…]

Amazon Fire TV can now show live video feeds, but the lag remains

Live video from your connected cameras works on the Fire TV, but the experience still needs a lot of work.

Tucked amid all the new hardware announcements from Amazon this week was a little nugget about Amazon Fire TV. Specifically, that you can now view live video feeds from Alexa-enabled cameras. That’s the same sort of functionality we have on the Echo Show, of course. And as it turns out, it’s exactly the same functionality. Just on  [Read More…]

Pocket Mortys to donate all proceeds earned on Sunday to help hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico

This Sunday would be a good time to spend that Google Play credit!

Now there’s another reason to play Pocket Mortys. Besides being incredibly fun, Adult Swim Games has pledged to donate any cash it makes via the game on Sunday, October 1 to help Hurricane Maria relief in Puerto Rico.

The game itself is free to play, but ads and in-app purchases can make for a sizable amount of money, especially now that we have an  [Read More…]