The app’s new motto is “just keep scrolling.”
If you’re already Googling your news every morning, maybe it’s time to consider downloading Google’s News & Weather app instead. The app received a feature bump from its maker. You can now peruse through 200 news stories at a time with More Headlines by simply scrolling on and on.
The More Headlines section loads as you scroll, offering a seemingly endless stream of articles. The News & Weather app [Read More…]
Ulefone on Tuesday added its latest smartphone, the Power 2, to its growing portfolio of Android devices. The Power is one of Ulefone’s best-selling handsets so we might expect that the successor falls nicely in line. At a minimum, we’re happy to see it keep the same massive 6,050mAh battery, ensuring it is worthy of the namesake. […]
Google has announced its release timeline for Android O, with the latest update expecting to be full launched sometime in Q3 2017.
It’s so easy to wind up dead in this game…
Mass Effect: Andromeda can be downright brutal sometimes. Everything on these planets are trying to kill you! Most of the enemies hit just as hard as you do, and that doesn’t really get better as you gain more armor and better weapons. The terrain is rough, and sometimes your squad AI can be kind of… bad.
If you’re having trouble making all of the planets viable while [Read More…]
Google is increasingly transparent about its software releases.
With the Developer Preview program, we get a super early look at what Google’s working on in Android O — the only downside is it takes several months then to get all of the information. With the release of Android O Developer Preview 1 we don’t have a complete look at all of Android O’s new features, but we do have a timeline for when updates to the Dev Preview program [Read More…]
Do you own a Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, or Pixel C? Did you know that you could be on the cutting-edge versions of Android? That’s right! You can install the latest, test and development releases of Android before it’s rolled out to the masses. As of today the Android O Developer Preview 1 is being offered […]
How does Mint SIM stack up against Cricket Wireless? Here’s our comparison!
Mint SIM and Cricket Wireless are mobile virtual network operators or MVNOs for short. At the end of the day, they’re “alternative carriers”, meaning that they’re not the Big Four (AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint).
Switching to an MVNO can save you money because they simply lease coverage from one of the larger networks and resell it to customers. Plans are often prepaid, so you don’t have to [Read More…]
If you are like me, you also have a problem waking up in the morning. By nature I am not an early riser and, most of the time, I have trouble leaving the comfort of my bed in the morning. Or even worse – I tend not hear the alarm go off at all. I’ve […]
Google on Tuesday introduced its next version of Android. Well, sort of. As it has done with the last few iterations of its platform, Google is giving developers early access to the upcoming release. Indeed, the first developer preview has been made available for select devices. What’s New? The first question we always ask when dealing […]
Better late than never, we always say.
The HTC One M9 on T-Mobile has started to receive its Nougat update, landing over three months after the unlocked model. No matter the timing, owners of the carrier version of the One M9 will be happy to see a large update land two years after the phone was released.
The update to Nougat comes in at a hefty 1.06GB, so be ready to download it over Wi-Fi and [Read More…]