All four major carriers in the U.S. offer unlimited data plans. But which is the best?
With Verizon bringing back an unlimited data plan, the big four networks in the United States (AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon) all carry an unlimited data plan now. That’s important for power users as well as anyone who uses their mobile broadband internet as their sole way to stay in touch or for entertainment. The cost of data overages means that [Read More…]
Just when when you had all but forgotten about Pokemon GO comes word of a major update to the game. Arriving later this week, the latest release sees the addition of all sorts of wonderful new features. Chikorita, Cyndaquil, Totodile, and many more Pokémon are nearly here! Chief among the new details are 80 Pokemon […]
Didn’t manage to take advantage of any of the sweet Valentine Day’s deals? Not to worry. Google has something for you, if you have some money to spend. Until February 25, customers who are picking up a Google Home connected speaker will be able to save $ 15 if they pair the device with a Chromecast, […]
Got a fancy new Huawei Mate 9 sticking out of your pocket? Accessorize it with these useful add-ons.
The best part about bringing a new smartphone into your home is all the accessories that you get to buy in celebration. Here are a few ideas of how to initially equip yourself for life with the Huawei Mate 9. And if you need some cases to accompany those new accessories, we’ve got you covered there, too.
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Product Management is a skill that many companies are looking for these days as they bring new products to market, test new ideas, and figure out which direction to go. In today’s world, things change so fast that you’ve always got to be ahead of the curve or you get left behind quickly, and no one wants that. Wouldn’t it be cool to get involved with the next big thing, before it is the next big thing? Well, you can [Read More…]
Snapchat is a popular mobile app that allows users to send pictures and videos, which automatically self-destruct after the recipient views them. But even if Snapchat is widely used today, it doesn’t mean the public will continue to be loyal to the app forever. And the company behind Snapchat – Snap – knows this very […]
Facebook’s auto-playing videos are about to get much more annoying.
If you’re not a fan of Facebook’s auto-playing videos, get ready to be annoyed. Starting today, videos will auto-play with the sound enabled by default. If you don’t have your phone set on silent, every time you scroll past an auto-playing video, you’ll now hear the audio associated with it.
Facebook says that it introduced the change after receiving “positive feedback” from a [Read More…]
I’m chronicling my journey with my first Chromebook, the Asus Chromebook Flip. Join me.
In spite of my obvious allegiance to Android, the truth is that I’ve never owned or operated a Chromebook. Between two MacBook Pros and a Windows PC, I hardly had a reason to adopt a not-quite-a-desktop laptop. But now that Android apps are a big part of Chrome OS, I’m ready to see what that Chromebook life is like.
I bought the 12.5-inch [Read More…]
While we know the Snapdragon 835 is going to dominate the high-end chip market at least in the first part of the year, Qualcomm is also looking to refresh its middle-to-lower range SoC portfolio, as well. According to information surfaced on Weibo, Qualcomm is said to be prepping two successors of the Snapdragon 625 – […]
Samsung is likely to drop a few hints about the Galaxy S8 at MWC.
Samsung has already mentioned that it won’t unveil the Galaxy S8 at this year’s Mobile World Congress, with the official launch said to occur a month later — likely on March 29 — at an event in New York. A new report out of Korea suggests that Samsung will reveal the launch date for its upcoming flagship at its MWC event, which is being held [Read More…]