Tag Archive: Again


Never forget your phone at home again with Adero’s smart bag system

It happens to all of us. Packing for a trip or for an activity and forgetting that one essential item (or more) you can’t do without.

Well Adero, a new startup from California which rose from the ashes of TrackR has a solution to this widely-spread problem.

The company has developed a unique solution which can turn any bag into a smart bag through a system of Smart Tags and Tagles that are backed-up by a mobile app (compatible with  [Read More…]

Never lose your keys again with the Tile Sport 2-pack for $35

Track it down.

Amazon has a two-pack of Tile Sport trackers on sale for $ 34.99 today. Normally you’d have to pay $ 50 for this set. We’ve never seen it drop this low before.

The Tile Sport is rugged and waterproof. It features a 200-foot range and is louder than ever. Simply attach it to your backpack, laptop bag, or whatever else, and you’ll be good to go. If you lose your item, just use the  [Read More…]

It’s time to annoy your friends again with Candy Crush Friends Saga (Review)

Depending on which side of the story you are, Candy Crush is either a franchise you really like, or hate with a passion. People who like it keeps coming back for its huge amount of content, colorful visual style, and addictive nature. People who hate it either doesn’t like the microtransaction aspect of it, are fed up with Facebook invitations to play the game, or can’t stand King as a company.

It really doesn’t matter which side you fall  [Read More…]

Never be wrong about a color again — the Nix Mini Color Sensor is $30 off

Take a look at the various colors for some of your favorite phones. They’re no longer just black, or white. You can identify the Pixel 3‘s “Not Pink” but could you match it up to a paint? We bet you couldn’t.

Can you tell the difference between rust, cinnamon, pecan, peanut, and gingerbread when it comes to selecting the proper color? If you’re painting a room, and want to complement your couch, you need the be precise. The same goes  [Read More…]

Google Pixel 3 XL leaks again, showing off notch and cameras

We’ve still got a couple of weeks to go before Google’s Pixel 3 event, so today the rumor mill is giving us another Pixel 3 XL leak to help pass the time until then.

Several photos that show the Pixel 3 XL leaked out today. Posted to Twitter by Ishan Agarwal, the images show a white Pixel 3 XL, complete with a mint power/lock button on its side. We get a good look at the Pixel 3 XL’s infamous notch,  [Read More…]

Not again! Samsung facing lawsuit after NYC woman’s Galaxy Note 9 catches on fire

Oh no! It’s happening again! According to a new report by the New York Post, Samsung is facing a new lawsuit. This was filed by NYC real estate agent Diane Chung whose Galaxy Note 9 allegedly caught fire while she was in an elevator.

According to court papers, miss Chung was using her new Note 9 one evening when she noticed the device become extremely hot. She immediately stopped using the phone and placed inside her purse. But she soon  [Read More…]

Here’s how Samsung can make the S Pen a standout feature again with the Note 9

It’s the one true differentiator of the Note line, and there’s room for improvement.

Samsung’s Galaxy S and Galaxy Note lines have converged over the past three generations, to the point where very little differentiates the two lines. The one true standout feature of the Note line is the S Pen, which really has no competition in the market — but even still, it hasn’t fundamentally changed since the Galaxy Note 5, leaving even Note fans clamoring  [Read More…]

Moto G6 Play review: The budget battery king strikes again

The Moto G no longer sits in a vacuum, but the G6 Play is still a great option for just $ 200.

There’s no name more recognizable in the budget smartphone category than “Moto G.” Since its launch, the Moto G series has consistently been Motorola’s best-selling product line, taking people aback with great performance at a low price.

When Motorola launched the Moto G4 a couple of years ago, it segmented the series into three sub-brands;  [Read More…]

Twitter finally details new API, screws third-party apps — again

Twitter has finally announced details for it’s new Account Activity API, which replaces the Streaming API third-party clients have relied on up until now — and the news isn’t good.

Today we’re excited to announce the general availability of Account Activity API. Now developers can get started for free, upgrade to premium as they scale, and move to enterprise when they need even more subscriptions or enterprise functionality. https://t.co/AkMCDNOxbs

— Twitter Dev (@TwitterDev) May  [Read More…]

Icon Pack Studio means never having gaps in your app drawer again

App drawers have always been a mess, and Icon Pack Studio is the closest anyone’s come to fixing it.

Adaptive icons and icon packs try to make our app drawers and docks look uniform, consistent, and beautiful, but they both have their limits. Where they fail, however, Icon Pack Studio not only succeeds but thrives. Whether you just want your apps to have a consistent look and feel or you want to create an icon pack that  [Read More…]