With the Ulefone Power having been available for more than one year now, the time for a successor is close at hand. Mobile World Congress is next week so we should be on the lookout for the next generation of Power. In checking Ulefone’s blog we learn that a Power 2 is expected to debut at […]
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Well, there it is. After leak upon leak, there is now very little left to learn about the LG G6.
Thanks to prolific leaker, Evan Blass, you now know exactly what the LG G6 will look like. As predicted, it’s got tiny bezels, two cameras, presumably of different focal lengths, and a fingerprint sensor on the back. That’s what we can see in this render.
Aside from that, we’ve learned that the phone will have a 2:1/18:9 [Read More…]
Instagram today announced a change to the app which makes it possible for users to create posts which include up to 10 photos. Why? Rather than filling your stream up with tons of pictures and/or videos from the same event, the new way consolidates things. It’s easy to control exactly how your post will look. […]
Right now at T-Mobile you can grab an LG V20, Samsung Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 edge for just $ 15 a month, or $ 360 full price, which is a savings of more than $ 300 on any of the phones. The discounts here are instant, so you don’t have to wait for a rebate card to be mailed to you or monthly credits to appear on your bill. T-Mobile has already started pushing the Nougat update out to [Read More…]
Changes in the Google Voice app have some worried that Project Fi will lose features.
This article was updated in February, 2017 with new information about both Project Fi and Google Voice.
In January 2017, Google Voice was given the big update many of us using it had been waiting for. A rich user interface with things like threaded messaging and MMS for everyone, as well as a new web interface all worked to make using [Read More…]
Transit options and schedules Google Maps is great for seeing navigation options, traffic, and travel estimates. But what if you don’t have a vehicle or wish to take public transit? Well, Google Maps now goes a step beyond just being a map for drivers. Besides transit maps, Google Maps now provides, in many instances, […]
Ulefone is expected to launch its next-generation of Armor smartphone at Mobile World Congress. Dubbed the Armor 2, it will boast an octa-core 2.5GHz chipset (Helio P25) with 6GB RAM, putting it in the thick of high-end devices. As the first known handset to pack the MediaTek Helio P25 processor, Ulefone could have a leg […]
Now you can browse the internet in VR with the help of Daydream.
It’s hard to believe that it’s only been two years since VR rejoined our cultural consciousness, since it seems to be everywhere these days. Previously the only way to enjoy VR with your phone was by downloading Cardboard or Daydream apps from the Play Store. However it looks like those days are quickly coming to an end. If you missed the news this week, [Read More…]
Sometimes you don’t need a 500 MB game with high-end graphics, 30-hour story and 500 collectible items. Sometimes you just need a game that you can fire up and play while waiting for the lecturer to arrive. Although I am not a fan of endless games that provide very little replay value, Stack, by Ketchapp, […]
App Shortcuts are cool, if you can get them. Problem being most can’t.
App Shortcuts — the little dropdown menu of shortcuts sorted into specific activities — came with Android 7.1 rather than 7.0, and haven’t been widely implemented in the 4 months since it started rolling out in the Android 7.1 developer preview. It’s half Force Touch, half gestures on steroids, and all awesome when implemented properly. There’s just a few problems with getting it implemented [Read More…]