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SpeakTribe: A great way of learning the beautiful Spanish language (review)

Learning languages is, in my opinion, one of the most fulfilling things you can do. This is especially true when you are in a country where they speak a different language than yours. The feeling of accomplishment and satisfaction you get after slowly starting to get what it is written on the streets or finally

Top 5 tips and tricks for your new Huawei Mate 9

The day-one checklist for that freshly-unboxed Huawei Mate 9.

The Huawei Mate 9 is upon us, and it’s Huawei’s best phone yet. (Go read our review!) If you’re picking one up over the next month, as release time approaches in Europe in the U.S., you’ll want to know what to get to know your phone’s most important customizations options, tweaks, tips and other tricks.

We’ve been using the phone over the past month, and we’ve rounded up  [Read More…]

What we know so far: Samsung Galaxy S8 edition

Since CES isn’t an event that has a focus on phones, a lot of Android OEMs tend to reserve handset announcements for MWC. It’s the case of Samsung which you probably already know by now, is expected (by most) to launch the Galaxy S8 flagship in Barcelona With approximately a month and a half to

Microsoft is finally testing Cortana for your lock screen!

“Hey Cortana, catch up to Google Assistant.”

Microsoft’s progress with Cortana for Android has been slow, but undeniably constant. As voice services go Cortana is arguably more capable than Assistant or Siri, but the implementation on Android hasn’t been complete enough to ever seriously consider replacing Google’s services. It’s an uphill climb for Microsoft, especially now that Google’s Assistant is coupled with Google Home as a more complete solution, but the next big step has finally arrived  [Read More…]

Best Samsung Galaxy S7 Charging Docks

What are the best charging docks for my Samsung Galaxy S7?

If you are really concerned about taking care of your Samsung Galaxy S7, you might be a bit hesitant leaving it charging on a table, where it’s free to be knocked off the ground by an errant elbow or a clumsy pet. That’s where a charging dock can come in real handy.

The Galaxy S7 is also special in that it supports Qi wireless charging, meaning  [Read More…]

Beginner’s guide to Star Wars: Force Arena

Feeling a little overwhelmed with Star Wars: Force Arena? I’m here to get you started.

Most multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) games are pretty complicated. They have a lot going on the screen during battles, tons of different units you can deploy, and often they can be confusing to start.

Even with the in-game tutorial, I found there was quite a bit of information I wish I knew about Stars Wars: Force Arena before I started challenging  [Read More…]

Google Android app new feat will help you search even on a spotty connection

It happened to all of us at some point – trying to Google something but unable to retrieve the results due to a spotty connection or no Wi-Fi at all. It’s very annoying right? Today the search giant has announced an update for the Google app which to help users overcome that frustration. Starting this

Google and LG partner up for two new Android Wear 2.0 watches, coming February 9

Yesterday we told you that Android Wear 2.0 might finally launch on February 9 and will support eighteen different smartwatches including a few LG ones like the LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE, LG Watch Urbane and LG G Watch R. Now a new report coming out of VentureBeat reveals that Google has partnered up

Get regal with these Disney Princess wallpapers!

It’s a good time to be a Disney Princess fan.

We’ve got a new Beauty and the Beast coming up with a star-studded cast, Tangled’s got a new series coming out this spring, and we’ve got more princesses coming back to the big screen and the Great White Way! There’s a lot to cheer on, and we’ve got some wallpapers to keep that princess pride on your home screen while you wait for your favorite royals’ returns.

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Google’s Android One affordable smartphones might be coming to the US

Today you can venture out with a budget of $ 100 and actually purchase a smartphone with a solid list of specs. But these low-end devices come with a number of disadvantages, the main one being that it’s unlikely they will ever see software updates. So if you buy today a phone with Android 6.0 Marshmallow