Tag Archive: 2018


Best Smart Home Security Systems of 2018

There are plenty of solutions for home security, but which are the best? We did all the hard work for you!

Like all things technology touches, home security systems are evolving. There is still a need (and thus, a market) for traditional monitored security solutions from specialist companies, but many homeowners are moving to a more hands-on security setup. A big part of the reason why is the availability of excellent products that a homeowner can install  [Read More…]

The five best cheap Android phones you can buy right now (May 2018)

Are you looking for a brand new Android phone? Are you on a tight budget? Check out our list of the five best cheap Android phones you can buy right now.

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What Android launcher are you using in May 2018?

Third-party launchers are alive and well.

Ever since its inception, one of the biggest draws to Android has been its openness to user customization. No Android home screen looks identical to someone else’s, and one of the best ways to make your phone truly your own is through launchers.

Android launchers have been around for years, and while the default ones from Google, Samsung, and LG are continually getting better and better, there are still times where  [Read More…]

The best phones you can buy at AT&T right now (May 2018)

Are you an AT&T subscriber and looking for a new phone? Take a look at our list of the best phones you can buy from AT&T Wireless today.

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What’s new in AR at Google I/O 2018

ARCore, WebXR, and plenty of other cool stuff in the AR world.

Increasingly, we’re seeing Google’s AR and VR ambitions align with its developer community, so it’s no surprise ARCore and Daydream were front and center at Google I/O 2018.

Instead of a few seconds at the main Keynote, Google’s AR efforts span multiple extended sessions with a developer hands-on space an a pair of huge playgrounds for everyone to put hands and eyes on the latest  [Read More…]

Here are the five best smartwatches you can buy right now (May 2018)

Smartwatches aren’t just for secret agents anymore. They’re becoming increasingly common tech accessories among spies and civilians alike. Check out our list of the five best smartwatches you can buy right now!

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What’s new in Google Lens at Google I/O 2018

Look at all the things.

Google Lens was one of the bigger announcements last year, with the promise to make searching for something as easy as pointing your smartphone at it. Since last October, though, Google Lens has slipped into the shadowy background, (very) slowly improving but being largely ignored as Google Lens was largely a Pixel-exclusive feature. We’ve been waiting and waiting for Google Lens to escape this beta period and come to more phones.

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What’s new in AI at Google I/O 2018

AI and machine learning are about to be everywhere.

Google’s has been using AI (Artificial Intelligence) for several years, but Google I/O 2018 is about putting it in everything, everywhere. From your doctor’s office to the car you call to take you home, AI and Machine Learning are going to work behind the scenes and make the tasks you do every day feel like magic. Seriously.

What did Google announce about AI at I/O 2018? Healthcare —  [Read More…]

Google I/O 2018: What’s new with Android TV

During I/O 2018, Google talked about some of its major products including Android TV. The search giant revealed a host of new features coming to the platform via Android P.

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What’s new in Google Maps at Google I/O 2018

Google Maps is an indispensable app that is used by millions of people on a daily basis to get up-to-the-minute commute times, get turn-by-turn directions, or discover new restaurants or shops nearby whether you’re exploring your own neighborhood or traveling in a new city.

At Google I/O 2018, Google announced some pretty cool features designed to make Google Maps more assistive and personal, so you can spend less time staring at your phone searching for a place to  [Read More…]