Archive for June, 2019


Protect your Galaxy S10 5G with these great screen protectors

Let’s face it, accidents happen. All you can do is try to protect your device so it stays in tact when disaster strikes. This especially rings true for a phone like the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G which comes in at more than $ 1,200. If you end up with a cracked screen, or even a deep scratch, replacing it can be a tough pill to swallow. Here are the best screen protectors you can get today.

Worth the price Whitestone  [Read More…]

YouTube is testing the best thing since Dark Theme: Hiding the comments

Whether you care about comments or not, this small change could have a huge impact.

What you need to know This change has been seen in testing on the YouTube app in India. It adds a “Comments” button to the video options menu, between Dislike and Share. Comments appear in a new window separate from the video details and suggested videos. We do not know if this change will roll out more widely (but one can only  [Read More…]

What’s new on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Hulu in July 2019

Stranger Things Season 3 lands on Netflix on July 4.

Veronica Mars, Stranger Things, Orange Is The New Black, Workin’ Moms — and a whole lot more are headed your way on your favorite streaming service in July.

July could be the month where your summer really gets underway. Pools. Beach trips. Barbecues. All that vacation stuff normal folks do. Or you could park yourself in front of the TV for the better part of the month  [Read More…]

This $11 course distills an MBA education into 7 hours

When it comes to succeeding in virtually any business, continuing education is absolutely paramount. Whether you’re trying to learn the latest trends in marketing or prepare for an entirely new role in a different field, you need to stay up to date with the latest ideas of your field. 

But the good news is that you don’t need to invest an exorbitant amount of time or money in a traditional education in order to get the skills you  [Read More…]

The LG V35 on AT&T is now being updated to Android 9 Pie

Good news for the two people that own the phone.

What you need to know Android Pie is rolling out to the AT&T variant of the LG V35. The update weighs in at 1.46GB and comes with the May 2019 security patch. Can I make another joke about how nobody bought this phone?

In between the LG V30 and V40, LG released a weird Frankenstein of a device with the V35 in May 2018. It was essentially  [Read More…]

TextNow Buyer’s Guide (June 2019)

Everyone knows the top-tier wireless service providers in Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint. What about lesser known, or newer, brands like Tello, Mint Mobile, or Net10?

Some of these companies might be a better fit for US consumers as they provide a more specialized package that fits their needs or budget. Let’s take a look at a relatively unknown carrier, TextNow.

This guide will serve to help you understand what the MVNO offers and how it competes in the mobile arena.

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All the armor sets for Dauntless on PlayStation 4

Stay well protected in the fight, and seize the opportunity to look cool.

Dauntless, a new co-op monster hunting title on PlayStation 4, has a ton of different armor sets to chase as you attempt to kill Behemoths for their loot. If you’re looking to get your hands on the different types of armor in the game, I’ve got you covered with a list that covers every set in Dauntless, how to get it, and what the  [Read More…]

The FTC is investigating YouTube for not protecting kids on the platform

YouTube’s considered moving all children’s videos to the YouTube Kids app.

What you need to know The FTC is investigating YouTube for failing to protect children on the platform. The investigation is in its late stages and started back in 2015. YouTube’s considered taking all children’s videos off YouTube and moving them to YouTube Kids.

If it seems like there’s a new YouTube controversy every week, you wouldn’t be wrong. The video-sharing site has been under a  [Read More…]

Get the best out of your Oculus Quest with these great headphones

While the Oculus Quest utilizes the same environmental audio system as the Oculus Go, many users may prefer to use a headset so their audio is more controlled and contained. The Oculus Quest provides two audio jacks on either side of the Quest. Below, we give our top recommendations for Quest-compatible headphones.

Conduction AfterShokz Sportz Titanium

Staff pick

The AfterShokz Sportz Titanium conduction headset has a unique structure that will stay firmly in place around your  [Read More…]

Can the Galaxy Fit get wet?

Best answer: Yes! Like many other fitness trackers in the Samsung lineup, the Galaxy Fit has a water resistance rating of 5ATM. You can enjoy carefree swimming, showering, and other basic water-related activities.

Swim-friendly fitness tracker: Samsung Galaxy Fit ($ 100 at Amazon) Wear with confidence

You can wear the Galaxy Fit and feel confident knowing it won’t get damaged by a bit of water, whether that be unexpected rainfall, a last-minute swim session, or a quick  [Read More…]