Tag Archive: Always


Ultrawings VR Review: Become the Pilot You’ve Always Wanted to

A flight simulator comfortable for the whole family

Gaming in VR is all about immersion, and one of the best ways to take advantage of that sensation is to climb into vehicles you otherwise wouldn’t. One of the best examples of this for PlayStation VR is UltraWings.

Here you can put on your aviator helmet and hop into one of three aircraft of your choosing. The controls aren’t as intricate as they are in games like Aerofly  [Read More…]

How to customize Always On Display on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Samsung has slowly improved its Always On Display — here’s how to get started with it.

Even when your Galaxy Note S8‘s display is “off,” it isn’t really off. Always On Display triggers right away, and continues to show you useful information that’s available at a glance so you don’t always have to turn on the whole display just to check the time or see if you have notifications. It’s a neat tool that works well right  [Read More…]

Note 8’s ‘x2’ zoom toggle doesn’t always use the telephoto sensor

Like many who received their new and shiny Note 8 this past Friday, I’ve been profoundly enjoying playing around with this fabulously engineered device over the past few days. But the brakes came on when I was playing with the zoom toggle and made an dismal discovery – the same sensor was being used when pressing […]

How to enable the Pixel 2 Android Oreo Always on Display on AOSP right now

Android Oreo while a small update it terms of visual changes brought some interesting new features. The new Autofill API paved the way to improve the way in which apps like LastPass interact with the OS, as well as things like Project Treble. Another new feature enabled by Android Oreo is the Always on Ambient […]

Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) appears in case render with Always On Display and home button

Samsung will announce its Galaxy Note 8 on August 23rd, but its new high-end smartphone isn’t the only one in the works. The Korean giant manufactures a number of smartphones, of which the Galaxy A series is one of the most beloved. Just earlier this year, Samsung announced its Galaxy A3 (2017), Galaxy A5 (2017), and […]

Always on the go? Check out Phiaton’s new foldable BT 390 headphones

Personal audio device manufacturer Phiaton just introduced its latest addition to its family popular of wireless headphones and earphones – the BT 390. It’s the company’s first new product since CES 2016. The earphones include Bluetooth 4.1 and offer a long battery life of 30 hours of non-stop music playing time. Once they run out […]

Pixel XL 2 to have Always on Displays and Squeezable Bezels

As we approach the time of the year when attention turns to what Google have in store for the next Pixel, naturally rumors emerge as to what that could entail. The larger Pixel XL 2 is codenamed Taimen and will feature a 5.99-inch 1440p display provided by LG. According to the latest rumors, the screen […]

May the Fourth be with you always with these great Star Wars gifts!

Celebrate Star Wars Day by picking up some great new Star Wars swag!

It’s arguably never been a better time to be a Star Wars fan. With Disney now at the helm of the venerable sci-fi franchise, we’re in for a brand new trilogy alongside a slew of additional movies to continue to flesh out the expanded Star Wars Universe.

In honor of Star Wars Day, we’ve compiled some of our favorite Star Wars gift ideas that  [Read More…]

How to customize the Galaxy S8’s Always On Display

Samsung has slowly improved its Always On Display — here’s how to get started with it.

Even when your Galaxy S8‘s display is “off,” it isn’t really off. Always On Display triggers right away, and continues to show you useful information that’s available at a glance so you don’t always have to turn on the whole display just to check the time or see if you have notifications. It’s a neat tool that works well right out  [Read More…]

When it comes to Wi-Fi mesh networks, more isn’t always better

Are a handful of Plume Pods better than 3 Google Wifi pucks? Maybe.

There are a lot of ways to get a radio signal from one place to another. This is as true for your home Wi-Fi setup as it is for any other radio equipment. When it comes to mesh networking, there are two distinct types of setup being offered by a growing handful of companies. Trying to sort out what’s best for you and your  [Read More…]