Tag Archive: ‘Answer

Say hello to Allo, Google’s cross-platform answer to Facebook Messenger

Get ready for another messaging client from Google. Yeah, we know. But, before you head to the barn for a pitchfork, you might wanna sit down and hear us out first. Google’s latest messaging app, Allo, is unlike anything it has done before. For starters, it’s smart, meaning it doesn’t just let users send and

Amazon Echo can now answer questions about your child’s health, recite haikus and more

The Amazon Echo has been gaining new features each week, and this week is KidsMD integration for answering questions about your child’s medication dosages and more. With this, you can get answers from doctors at Boston Children’s Hospital as to whether the symptoms merit a doctor’s visit or not. Keep in mind, while it’s a cool thing to do to be able to ask your speaker for medical advice, please remember to actually take your kids to the doctors when  [Read More…]

Where’s my Vive? HTC drops an FAQ to help answer that question

To help answer some of the questions surrounding HTC Vive shipments, the company has created an FAQ site with lots of answers. From information about when units will ship to delay issues, if you ordered a Vive you will want to check this out. Anytime you order something online, you want to be able to access information about the order progress, see when it will ship, and have a full understanding of what is going on. HTC  [Read More…]

The $105 Lemon 3 is Lenovo’s answer to the Redmi 3

Earlier this week, Xiaomi unveiled the Redmi 3, offering stellar hardware for the equivalent of $ 105. Lenovo has now launched the Lemon 3, which offers similarly-competitive hardware for the same price. The phone comes with a 5-inch Full HD display, Snapdragon 616 SoC, 2GB of RAM, 16GB storage, 13MP camera, 5MP front shooter, LTE, and a 2750mAh battery.

While Lenovo’s latest budget phone offers a higher-resolution display than the Redmi 3, which has a  [Read More…]

Get your friends to answer your burning questions with Google+ polls

Google is rolling out a new polling feature on Google+, letting users create their own polls. Polls let you see what your friends are thinking about various topics, like sports, movies, and more.

Android Central’s Question & Answer feature is here! (in beta)

You might have noticed the new Question & Answer feature we published in our forums last night. A lot of time and effort has been put into it, and we’re extremely excited to formally introduce it to you … right now.

Question & Answer ties directly into our forums, allowing power users an easy way to answer questions and provide expert advice. At the same time, newbies or guests now have a simple way to get  [Read More…]

Pushbullet now lets you answer text messages on your computer

The latest update to Pushbullet has recently been updated so SMS notifications that are mirrored on your desktop can actually let you reply to the message. Just click in the notification, type on your luxuriously huge desktop keyboard, hit enter, and away it goes. This feature was enabled for a few select partner apps before, but now it should work across the board. Another recent update allowed for a shared clipboard, so you could copy text  [Read More…]

EE in hot water over ‘priority answer’ customer service

UK carrier EE is being criticized for its new customer service system that allows some customers to pay to jump to the front of the call line. If you agree to a 50p fee, you will be able to speak to the next available representative rather than wait in line like everyone else. The move has sparked outrage, with many customers taking to social media, lambasting the carrier. EE still promises take calls as rapidly as  [Read More…]

Chrome Remote Desktop: An answer to your desktop access needs


Google has released an innovative new app that allows you to access your PC or Mac from your mobile device. This app is absolutely free and is accessible over WiFi, LTE, and 3G. It runs buttery smooth on a solid connection so 3G is not suggested unless you desperately need to send that important file you forgot to yourself.

Google has made it very simple  [Read More…]

Motorola Droid Bionic Review: Verizon’s answer to the Galaxy S II is fast, light, and thin


Verizon’s Droid Bionic is a hotly anticipated, ultimately delayed phone that has the fortune of facing its competition in the same launch timeframe. Bionic vs Samsung’s Galaxy S II phones has been a topic discussed non-stop since both were announced and delayed. Verizon even threw its confidence behind the Bionic while other carriers made they Galaxy S II  [Read More…]